An exciting opportunity for all String, Woodwind, Brass, Percussion and Guitar players, in year 8 and below to come together and perform. Musicians of all abilities are welcome.
Junior Music Day 2020 - bigger than ever!
Imagine spending a day, playing music you'll love, with other musicians of around the same age, who also like eating sweets between pieces! This is the day for you.
Lincolnshire Music Service are preparing a fun and exciting day for everybody who applies - you'll even get a chance to apply some new percussion skills in a SAMBA session!
Check out this video to see what we did last year!
Date: 28th March 2020
Venue: Queen Elizabeth's High School, Horncastle
Strings and guitarists arrive from 9:00am. Rehearsals begin at 9:30 with an informal concert for families and friends at 2:30 – 3pm
Wind, brass and percussion arrive from 10:00am. Rehearsals begin at 10:30 with an informal concert at 3:30 – 4pm
Cost: The cost for the whole day is only £20 (£10 for children in receipt of free school meals and free for looked after children) so please encourage all eligible young musicians to apply.
Your child's instrumental teacher will recommend which parts to download and practice and more detailed information will be sent to applicants approximately two weeks before the event.
To reserve your child's place, please complete the booking form below. Payment can be made using this ParentPay link or send a cheque to the Music Service Office with the pupil's name and 'Junior Music Day' on the rear.
Download and practise your music by clicking here. Your music for each piece of can be found on our dropbox site. Simply go to each piece folder, find your instrument in the file title and click to download, print, and off you go. Remember to bring it with you on the day!
Lincolnshire Music Service is part of Lincolnshire County Council and provides music opportunities for children and young people throughout Lincolnshire. We will only share your data when it is necessary to do so and will not share your information without your consent unless the law requires or allows the council to do so. Our full policy is available here.