Family and Schools Concerts

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Teeny Prom Participants
Family

Teeny Prom

Tuesday

28 June 2022

10:15

Central Square Minyan
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Rachel Groves

Led by Rachel Groves

There will be two sessions: 10:15 (3 years and under) and 11:30 (3-5 year olds). 


Bring your children and grandchildren to Teeny Prom for a fun morning of singing, dancing, percussion, props and laughter. The sessions are led by experienced teacher and performer Rachel Groves and other fantastic musicians.

Please note that all children MUST be accompanied by an adult!

Supported by:

DaCapo Music Foundation

Will Dollard
Family

The Sea - Schools' Concert

Thursday

30 June 2022

12:45

St Jude's Church
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Schools Prom

led by Will Dollard

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By invitation only

Pupils from local schools will perform The Sea - a series of songs specially commissioned by the DaCapo Music Foundation from Tracey Mathias and the late John Ashton Thomas. Participating schools include: All Saints; Alma; Brookland; Martin Primary; St John's, N20; Wessex Gardens; and Wren Academy junior schools


Archer Academy; The Henrietta Barnett; and Whitefield secondary schools.

Supported by:

DaCapo Music Foundation and Brent Cross Town

Albert's Band
Family

All Aboard!

Sunday

3 July 2022

15:00

Henrietta Barnett School Hall
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Kevin Hathway

Kevin Hathway (presenter)

Join the Royal Albert Hall’s resident ensemble, Albert’s Band, as we set sail on an action packed nautical adventure. Presented by Kevin Hathway and his band of musical pirates, we’ll be stopping off in all sorts of exotic locations.

A versatile and highly skilled group of musicians, Albert's Band put on bespoke performances and workshops for all ages, both at the Royal Albert Hall and in the community. The six piece band incudes a violin, trumpet, clarinet, trombone, tuba and percussion. The group are the resident ensemble for the Royal Albert Hall's extensive Education & Outreach programme and perform at everything from family concerts in the Hall's Elgar Room to free Songbook sessions in care homes and hospices. This afternoon they play music with the theme of The Sea.