By- March 11th, 2014
45 teenagers from London schools visited the Royal Albert Hall on 28 February 2014 for a free day of workshops exploring how shows are put on at one of the world’s most iconic venues.
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The young singer-songwriter will get involved with the Hall’s education and outreach programme ahead of his sold out Albert Sessions concert.
One of the world’s most sought-after classical violinists is holding a series of workshops ahead of her auditorium concert as part of the Hall’s education & outreach programme.
Ahead of their performance at the BBC Proms, New York-based a capella group Naturally 7 held a vocal workshop with 26 young singers from Lewisham.
Since 2005 the Royal Albert Hall has worked with Teenage Cancer Trust to offer a daily music workshop for young people.