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Meeting regularly across the year, Group A is an unauditioned vocal and performance group, for 13-18 year olds.
Led by Pete Letanka (Artistic Director), Michael Platt (Director) and Ellie Moran (Vocal Coach), the group also works with a variety of visiting artists, encouraging a wide selection of artistic techniques and developing new material ready for performance.
The group is almost at full capacity but there are still a few places left – it doesn’t matter if you have musical experience or not, young people with all abilities are welcome to join!
If you are interested then please contact Laura Mitchell email@example.com or 01728 687152
ProjectHMYOI Warren Hill
Now in its thirteenth year, the department continues to develop its relationship with HMYOI Warren Hill.
Through a year round programme of music based activity juvenile offenders in custody work with professional artists and musicians. Each project is crafted to provide positive learning experiences and encourages the development of vital life skills.
This year marks the start of one of our most ambitious projects - the creation of a “singing prison”.
For more information about this work please contact Lizzie Woods, Education Manager on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01728 687141
ProjectA Celebration of Schools' Music
A Celebration of Schools’ Music is the result of a long-standing and productive partnership between Aldeburgh Music and Suffolk County Council, with all ages and stages of Suffolk maintained schools (primary, middle and high) being represented during the week.
During Celebration, the performers are treated just like professionals, with a dressing room, crew and technical staff. Each school has a dress rehearsal for their own performance, after which everyone comes together at the end of the day to rehearse the specially commissioned finale piece.
2013’s event will use the theme of Celebrating Britten.
For more information please contact Lizzie Woods on email@example.com or 01728 687141
Last year 20 projects took place over a total of around 210 days, involving over 10,000 participants and 7,200 audience members.
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.