Apollo Music Projects brings classical music to life for children who might not otherwise experience it.
The aim of Apollo Music Projects is to use the language of classical music to develop children’s observational skills, communication skills and teamwork, as well as to excite children about the joy of classical music. Apollo Music Projects provides a unique opportunity for children to work closely with professional musicians, enabling students to discover for themselves how to listen to and enjoy classical music, using their own imagination and experiences to enter a new world of sound, stories and feelings.
£1000 per year per school
Costs include: 6 class sessions, 1 chamber orchestra workshop, 1 symphony orchestra concert, see a live orchestra concert
Schools will need to get in touch.
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How to Get Here
Buses: 26, 30, 236, 242, 276, 308, 394, 425, 488, W15
Parking: Free limited parking
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