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Age 15 to 18, love music and wondering what to do next? The Benedetti Foundation launches its free Youth Ambassador Programme

Age 15 to 18, love music and wondering what to do next? The Benedetti Foundation launches its free Youth Ambassador Programme
Age 15 to 18, love music and wondering what to do next? The Benedetti Foundation launches its free Youth Ambassador Programme
Benedetti Foundation workshop (Photo:  Jamie Williamson)
Benedetti Foundation workshop (Photo:  Jamie Williamson)

The Benedetti Foundation is launching a new free Youth Ambassador Programme for 15 to 18-year-olds across the UK. 

Open to singers and instrumentalists, it is aimed at anyone of this age who is passionate about music and sharing it with the world. It will offer an insight into what a career in music could look like. 

The first course takes place from Monday 9 September to Friday 13 December 2024, with a range of activities to help participants explore a future in music. 

  • Explore different careers in the Arts and see what it’s like to work in the music industry from various angles
  • Learn to teach and start developing your own teaching style
  • Get creative and discover new ways to express yourself through performance
  • Focus on wellbeing and understanding how to balance mental and physical health with musical workload
  • Meet other young, passionate musicians, join mentor sessions, attend inspiring talks with leading professionals and participate in online and in-person activities
  • Gain hands-on experience and make connections

There will be mentoring, talks from educators, musicians on performance skills, information about handling performing anxieties and nerves, and interactions with a range of industry professionals from different areas of the arts world, along with hands on experience including delivering workshops in primary schools and participating in mass string-playing days.

Further information from the Benedetti Foundation website, along with the application form.
 


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