Ipswich Education Programme – Video

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Musicians from RPO resound, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s Community & Education team, have recently been supporting our residency at the Ipswich Regent Theatre with bespoke workshops, presentations and master-classes, tailored to benefit a wide range of local young people.

More than 1000 primary and secondary pupils were provided with the opportunity to hear performances by Orchestra members, directed by composer and workshop leader Hannah Conway. The presentations focused on Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition, and at the end of the workshops smaller groups of students created their own Mussorgsky-inspired compositions.

Follow the link to the short video to find out more about the programme: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l31z-VOdijg

You can hear some of the young people that we worked with prior to our concert on Friday 18th October, 7pm at Ipswich Regent Theatre. Please note that the pre-performance is free and no tickets are required.


About Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Acknowledged as one of the UK’s most prestigious orchestras, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) enjoys an international reputation for bringing audiences worldwide first-class performances and the highest possible standards of music-making across a diverse range of musical repertoire. This was the vision of the Orchestra’s flamboyant founder Sir Thomas Beecham, whose legacy is maintained today as the Orchestra thrives under the exceptional direction of its new Artistic Director and Principal Conductor, Maestro Charles Dutoit.
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