MFY Proms


12th - 13th


Royal Albert Hall

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MFY Proms

The Music for Youth Proms concerts are a celebration of the entire Music for Youth annual season, showcasing high quality performances from some of the UK’s most creative, innovative and energetic young musicians. 

This year, the Music for Youth Proms 2019 will take place on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th November. 

The spectacular finale to the year of Music for Youth events, each night 1000 different young musicians take part in a concert like no other: full-scale orchestras showcased side by side with some of the brightest young jazz bands, chamber groups, rock bands and choirs from across the UK. Truly a not-to-be-missed occasion! 

We are very excited to announce that this year’s Massed Ensemble performances will be from Newham Music & Lister Community School and Norfolk Music Hub & Norwich Theatre Royal. 


Click the Programme tab to see this year's lineup!




Line-up for Music for Youth Proms 2019

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Tuesday 12 November


St Peter RC Primary School Choir
High Wycombe Music Centre Senior Big Band
Rubik’s Cube
Bridgend Brass Ensemble
Kay Greyson
Sax Pac
Rastrick High School Senior Choir
Louis Coupe
Ruby Hive
Oxfordshire County Youth Orchestra


Massed Ensemble:

 Newham Music & Lister Community School. 

Wednesday 13 November


 Northamptonshire County Youth Concert Band
QES Salsa Band
Canons Choir
Musica Youth Strings
The Wandering Winds
Owain Felstead & Friends
Georgia Morgan Turner
WSFG Steel Pans
Boston Youth Pop Choir
Oldham Youth Orchestra
Greater Gwent Youth Jazz Orchestra


Massed Ensemble:

Norfolk Music Hub & Norwich Theatre Royal



Spotlight On: New Music

Wednesday 13th November


Maria & Sila – Duncombe Primary School

The Walker Project

The Wilkes Lee Duo

Harmony Army

Massed Ensembles

As part of the celebrations, across each night we welcome a different massed ensemble performance project from across the country 

The Massed Ensembles for the Music for Youth Proms 2019 will join us from different regions of the UK and each offer a wider group of young people an opportunity to take part in a large scale project, showcasing their locally produced work on a national stage.

By supporting these ensembles Music for Youth aims to encourage innovation, ambition and good practice.

We will be announcing more details about each of the projects very soon, so stay tuned!