CBSO New Adventures – FREE KS2 & KS3 Digital Concerts – Extended viewing until 17th December 2021
In this hour-long Schools’ Concert, presenter Tom Redmond will take you on a musical adventure, exploring some of the CBSO’s favourite pieces they have recorded over the last 18 months. The CBSO is delighted to be delivering these performances in partnership with Services for Education, and thanks to their generous support we are able to provide FREE access for schools until Friday 17th December 2021. In order to access these concerts, schools will need to visit the CBSO website New Adventures – City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (cbso.co.uk) where you will be guided through the booking process. Once you have booked your concert, your school will have access to all the relevant digital resources and will be able to view the concert as many times as you wish until the 17th December 2021.
CBSO Schools Concerts 2022 – BOOKING OPEN!
Booking is now open for our Schools Concerts in February 2022. Please see the links below/information attached containing booking information. Tickets are £5 per pupil/teacher with 2 free tickets for organisers of groups of 20 or more. Bookings are made via the B:Music Box Office – please call 0121 289 6333 or email [email protected].
- KS1 Concerts – Key Stage 1 Concerts – City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (cbso.co.uk)
- KS2 Concerts – KS2 Concerts – City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (cbso.co.uk)
- KS3 Concerts – KS3 Concerts – City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (cbso.co.uk)
- Relaxed Concerts for Special Schools (live at CBSO Centre on 17th & 18th February 2022, OR online streaming option available) – Booking will open soon. Please contact [email protected] if you would like further information.
CBSO Project Remix 2022
The CBSO is looking to recruit around 60 instrumentalists aged 11-18 (in school Years 7 – 13) to take part in Project Remix. Project Remix fuses well-known music with contemporary orchestral arrangements. Each year, the project has a musical theme and in previous years the Orchestra has performed the music of Led Zepplin, UB40, Barry Manilow, and BRIT-Nominated CBSO Youth Orchestra alum Laura Mvula. This year we are celebrating and exploring Birmingham’s rich cultural and musical heritage, and the repertoire will include a range of recent releases written and performed by popular South Asian artists.
Project Remix is open to instrumentalists who are Grade 5 standard or above. Participation in this project is FREE OF CHARGE, however places are limited. There is no audition, but musicians need to apply online. Participants will be mentored through weekly rehearsals by a team of CBSO musicians before culminating in a live performance in the spectacular surroundings of Symphony Hall on Sunday 20th February 2022. For further information and to apply, please visit: Project Remix – City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (cbso.co.uk). Please note that the application deadline is Wednesday 8th December 2021.
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