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Music Live is an exciting annual festival of events, offering young people a taste of world-class music up close; players from top orchestras and bands come into schools and venues across the county, giving concerts, running workshops, and playing alongside young musicians.
In 2020, we are work with music hub partners in Bedford and Norfolk.
For Music Live 2020 we welcome back Megson, Simon Mayor and Hilary James, Britten Sinfonia, Goldfield Ensemble, Demon Barbers – Breaking Tradition, Grand Union Orchestra, Brook Street Band, Blues and Root Ensemble, Traveling by Tuba, Sonrisa, Academy of Ancient Music and Brass Funkeys.
All schools are encouraged to book a concert, and if cluster schools join together, children can benefit from the additional experience of workshops.
Concerts and workshops are targeted for specific key stages, ranging from nursery and pre-school settings to Key Stage 4. Workshops may be included and will be tailored to suit individual schools or clusters of schools, and can encompass other art forms.
Streamed concerts – Friday 13th March 2020
Four concerts will be available for you to enjoy through streaming directly from Cambridge Junction to your schools:
Concert 1: 09.15-10.00 Megson
Concert 2: 10.20-11.15 Breaking Tradition
Concert 3: 12.15-13.00 Grand Union Orchestra
Concert 4: 13.30-14.15 Sonrisa
Costs to schools for each concert is £10.
Cambridge Junction – Friday 13th March
Schools can attend a live concert by one the four bands [times above]
Cost for attending is £50 per concert and schools may request up to 50 seats for each concert. Morning schools will need to arrive by 8.45 to be seated and leave at 11.30. Afternoon schools will need to arrive at 11.45 and leave at 14.30.
Workshops and concerts can support students with Arts Award Discover, and schools with achieving Artsmark.
FOR: Primary and secondary schools EYFS to KS4
DATES: March 2020
COST: Schools are being asked for a single, all-in contribution to costs. As far as possible, there will be three concerts per day, and some schools will request up to a whole day of activity. If secondary schools host for a day, they may invite several primary schools and enjoy a combination of concerts and workshops.
£150 per concert and workshop
£100 per workshop
Fully funded for schools using this project as their Artsmark case study.
Sept 2018: Rough guide to available concert and workshop dates published on this page
Oct 2018: Digital brochure published on this page
Oct 2018: Provisional booking opens
Nov 2018: Printed brochure circulated
Dec 2018: Bookings confirmed
Jan 2019: Contracts sent to schools
Feb 2019: Returned contracts, payment and confirmation
Find out more about Music Live 2019 in our full evaluation report here: