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Following the huge success of the Britten Centenary in 2013, we are currently developing new strands of activity for the department. This includes two new major programmes: one for those with or affected by Dementia, and one for adults in custody. We are also developing existing projects with the local community and schools including our annual schools' festival: A Celebration of Schools’ Music.
The success of Noye’s Fludde in November as part of the Britten Centenary has led to the creation of Group A: Lowestoft, a vocal performance group for young people, families and schools within the Lowestoft area.
We also continue to build on the overwhelming success of Friday Afternoons, with a relaunched website full of new commissions from an array of composers, as well as supporting interactive resources. This year, the project will culminate on Friday 28 November. Make sure you 'sign up and sing'!
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For more information please contact Phillipa Reive, Head of Education, on 01728 687100 or email email@example.com.
Last year 28 projects took place. A total of 337 sessions, involving 80,451 participants, 45,310 audience members and 142 artists.
2014 - Friday Afternoons was shortlisted for the RPS 'Learning & Participation' Award
2014 - Friday Afternoons was awarded 'Best Digital Resource' in the Music Teacher Awards
2013 - Friday Afternoons won the 'Action for Children's Arts' Award
2010 - Aldeburgh Music’s Media Project won the High Sheriff’s Community Partnership Award for it's work with Lapwing.
2008 - The work of Aldeburgh Education was recognised by the High Sheriff (of Suffolk) Awards. Aldeburgh Education won the overall 'Youth Organisation' award in recognition of our widespread work with young people in Suffolk, tackling anti-social behaviour and crime prevention.
2003 - Aldeburgh Education was part of the team responsible for HMP & YOI Warren Hill, Carlford Unit, winning the Butler Trust Terry Waite Award for work with lifers and long-term prisoners.