Chiltern Music Academy

YOUNG MUSICIANS TO HIT ALL THE RIGHT NOTES AT SERIES OF ISLE OF WIGHT PERFORMANCES

80 young musicians from Chiltern Music Academy in Buckinghamshire will visit the Isle of Wight for a series of free performances from 25th – 27th May 2024.    

The young musicians who form an orchestra, concert band, jazz band and 2 choirs will perform 4 concerts during their stay on the Island.

Saturday 25th May –19:30 – St Saviour’s on the Cliff, Shanklin (free entry)
Sunday 26th May – 15:00 – Esplanade, Ventnor (free entry)
Sunday 26th May – 18:30 – St Catherine’s Church, Ventnor (free entry)
Monday 27th May – throughout the afternoon at IW Steam Railway, Havenstreet

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Chiltern Music Academy, which is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this year, is an independent centre of vibrant community music making, formed by a group of parents and music professionals passionate about the development of musicianship.

This will be the 4th time that Chiltern Music Academy has visited the Isle of Wight. The group is staying at the Urban Saints Residential Centre at Westbrook near Ryde.

Elen Môn Wayne, Chiltern Music Academy’s Principal, says:

“We are absolutely delighted and excited to be returning to the Isle of Wight in our 10th Anniversary year and look forward to sharing the joy of music with audiences in Shanklin, Ventnor and Havenstreet.”

Marc Morgan Huws, Isle of Wight Steam Railway general manager, adds:

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“We are always looking to put on extra events for our visitors to enjoy and we are delighted to welcome Chiltern Music Academy who we know will put on a fantastic performance”.

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James T
James T
26 days ago

Ventnor, the most unreachable place on the island now… hope they get at least a few spectators…

 

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