Great first @OAENightShift at @CamdenAssembly. @LuiseBuchberger wants you to guess what we played from her glasses! https://t.co/Xte5CRStLg
I’ve been lucky enough to see loads of the wonderful Education work we’ve been doing over the last few months: going to Hastings to watch a fabulous Anthem for a Child concert, taking part in workshops at a special needs school in south-east London and going on a journey with OAE TOTS at the Southbank Centre (as well as lugging children’s instruments to/from school and shepherding schools into Kings Place)!
And, I have to say, kudos to our Education team Cherry and Ellie- the logistics of organising so many different projects is exhausting to even think about and they’re still smiling after every event!
And on Monday 25 June, the Anthem tour will be on the Clore Ballroom at the Royal Festival Hall for a free concert at 5pm, where children from across London will perform the two specially written Anthems by composer James Redwood.
Finally, the whole project comes to an end on Friday 29 June at Cecil Sharp House where OAE musicians will be joined by local London primary schools and groups from the nationwide Anthem tour for a final sing and send off.
Wow. Those girls deserve a medal, or at least a well-earned rest after all that!
For full information on what happened on the Anthem tour and to watch a video about the project, visit our Education pages.
Natasha Stehr, Marketing and Press Officer