The Create Yarmouth programme invites local people to create and perform music within Great Yarmouth, and culminates with a performance. Musicians from London Mozart Players will be running community workshops for early years to elderly, and they are working with Creative Collisions to recruit Young Promoters who will work with industry professionals.
Students from 4 schools in the region will be taking part in creative workshops with Sarah Freestone, multi-instrumentalist, composer and arranger. Together they will work on a new piece as well as orchestral repertoire by 2 WCET violin groups, to be performed at the culmination concert on Thursday 14th October at Minster, Great Yarmouth.
For this culmination event, there will be performances for school groups in the afternoon and for people connected with the participants and general public in the evening.
The schools involved in this project are: Caister Academy, Lynn Grove Academy, Woodlands Primary Academy, and Wroughton Primary Federation.
Afternoon concert: 2pm – 3.15pm
The London Mozart Players’ concert on 14th October will begin at 2.00pm and last approximately 75 minutes with no interval. Presented by music leader Sarah Freestone, the programme will include amazing music by a range of historic composers as well as a brand new piece made and performed with over 100 young musicians from Great Yarmouth.
The afternoon concert for schools is free to attend and no tickets are required. It is a wonderful opportunity for school groups to experience a live music event in a safe large venue, and to be inspired by a world class professional orchestra and talented young musicians from the local area.
Evening concert: 7pm – 8.15pm
A special performance by the London Mozart Players and 100 young musicians from Great Yarmouth, featuring a brand new piece they have created with composer Sarah Freestone, as well as orchestral music from around Europe.
Come and be inspired by a world class professional orchestra and emerging young talent from the local area.