Backstage staffing opportunities at the Music for Youth Proms 2016.
Eleanor Mumford and May Robson make up the duo Miss Jones. They joined 10,000 other musicians at the Music for Youth National Festival in July. Throughout the week, they performed on Festival Fringe and Main Stages and took part in music workshops throughout Birmingham City Centre.
Over 70 emerging musicians from across the country took part in this whole day event as part of the Rich Mix Youth Music Takeover.
Music for Youth invites proposals from music education providers and arts organisations across the country for large scale performance projects which are currently planned for 2017/18, for inclusion in one of the three MFY Prom concerts in November 2017.
Would you like to have some exciting hands-on experience of working at one of the biggest youth music festivals in the UK? Would you like to earn some money at the same time? Are you 18 and over?
Earlier this month, Music for Youth returned to Platform, Glasgow with Exchange, a music event inviting young musicians, industry professionals and organisations from across Scotland to perform, collaborate and get ahead in the music industry.
Over 50 young up and coming musicians from across the country took part in this whole day event featuring a collaborative music workshop, industry networking, industry panel session and live performance.
Massed Ensemble Performance – Expression of Interest
Following a successful launch last year, Frequencies returns with four new events nationwide.
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