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Enter our Photography Competition
Anyone is welcome to enter our National Photo Diary Competition, which aims to depict musician's experiences throughout the pandemic!
You do not need a fancy camera to enter, and we welcome photos from young musicians as well as their educators and music leaders.
All the photos submitted will be featured as part of an online photo gallery, and the winning entrant will receive £100 to spend on musicroom.com
Prom Digital Channel
Our Prom Digital Channel will include an online National Photo Diary Gallery, depicting musicians' experiences of making music during the pandemic, video interviews with participants, new episodes of the REMIX Podcast and blogs and written interviews.
Watch this space for new REMIX podcast episodes from Ben and exclusive video interviews by Wilfred with our performers. Our Young Reporters are busy editing and producing their Prom interviews and we will be publishing their work in the next few weeks via our social media channels!
Roles for Young People
We're working with a number of Young People, this includes young presenters for our live event, as well as behind-the-scenes roles. This includes a Social Media Reporter, who will work with our marketing department before, after and during the prom, a Podcaster, a Video Interviewer and a Written Reporter.
The MFY REMIX Prom 2021
All The Hall's A Stage in this special event that brought young musicians from across the country back together for our most inclusive Prom ever. The Prom featured a creative project for up to 2,000 young people led by composer Tim Steiner, performances to support and encourage young musicians and music educators as they restart, rebuild and reboot live music making post-Lockdown, young people in presenter roles and a spectacular finale for all performers inspired by a video made in lockdown which featured on our National Festival video wall in July 2021.
The Creative Project
This bespoke creative project, which was rehearsed for the first time together on the day of the concert, involved up to 2,000 young people and was led by composer Tim Steiner.
This project was free to take part in, and we invited young people in musical groups to take part, whether those groups be a school class, a Music Hub group or an independent group.
Covid-19 Safety and Procedures
There are currently no restrictions on Out-of-School activities or Performing Arts but the safety of all children, young people, teachers, artists and staff at Music For Youth events remains a major priority for us. We will continue to monitor government guidance and work in close collaboration with the venue (Royal Albert Hall) in the lead up to the MFY Remix Prom 2021 to ensure a safe environment for everyone attending and participating in the event. Any updates to guidance and protocols in relation to Covid-19 will be clearly communicated to our participants, performers, chaperones, crew and staff.
If you would like more information about this, please contact our programmes team by emailing email@example.com
Music For Youth is grateful to the Royal Albert Hall for their support of this event through a charity discounted let. This is one of the many ways in which the Hall, which is an independent registered charity, supports others in the charitable sector.
Find out how you can take part with Music for Youth today!