A new era of modern music-making opportunities in Bristol for 2016/17
The beginning of this academic year marks the start of a number of exciting new music-making opportunities for young people across the city.
Bristol Plays Music will no longer be running the long-standing Remix programme at Colston Hall* instead we will be increasing our support for community arts organisations who deliver similar projects through the new ‘3rd Space Music’ network as well as introducing new activities at each of our Music Centres around Bristol. More information on this and other events can be found below.
3rd Space Music
‘’Discover youth music in Bristol’’
At 3rd Space Music we believe in providing communities with local access to safe spaces, quality equipment and inspirational guidance. We’re a group of arts organisations working together to support the next generation’s musical progression across Bristol. Each of us offers a variety of projects in learning how to make music, record and perform. Get in touch to see how we can help you to develop your skills and discover a city full of music learning opportunities!
For up-to-date info and how to get involved click here.
BPM has a great reputation for providing high quality instrumental music lessons and a range of ensembles, choirs and music technology sessions at music centres throughout the city.
We now offer more opportunities than ever to learn, play and perform and are always seeking to develop new activities in order to make sure there’s something for everyone.
Click here to see what we currently offer.
£1 tickets for under 18s
Discover new sound worlds and be inspired by incredible soloists
Tickets: £1 incl. booking fee for under 18s, 1 free teacher’s ticket per 10 under 18s ticket. Please contact the box office for information and to book.
Young people aged 8 to 25 can obtain free tickets to certain concerts – just ask for a Cavatina ticket at the Box Office. Proof of age may be required. Cavatina tickets are not available online.