By- May 12th, 2015
Bring your young ones along to the Hall this May half term to enjoy one of the Hall’s many holiday activities.
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Find out how Maxwell got on at one of the Royal Albert Hall’s Storytelling and Music Sessions for 0-4 year olds
Ahead of their headline concert, the band dropped in at a music workshop for young people helped by the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Students and elderly local residents work together to create works based on Puccini’s Madame Butterfly.
We are delighted to announce that our Road to Rio samba project that took place in March this year has been nominated as a Finalist in the Best Musical Initiative Award at the Music Teacher Awards for Excellence.
The Hall joins the global day of charitable giving and support.
For an hour on Monday 10 November, a group of Year 4 pupils from Weston Park Primary in Haringey followed up their Music and Maths workshop in the Hall’s Samsung Digital Classroom by commandeering the iconic venue’s Twitter account. After a brief introduction to the microblogging tool, the group were handed a tablet and put were in charge of the […]