Date: Tuesday 13th February 2024 10am-3pm (with an optional additional 2 hours in the afternoon - up to 5pm)
Where: Kyoto House, County Hall (on the South Bank), Westminster Bridge Road
Cost: £20 per child (with additional £10 for late pick-up)

Join us for this unique Performance & Workshop Day led by award-winning Emma Arizza (Violinist) and acclaimed Waka Hasegawa (Pianist) - and discover your musical superpower!

This will be a special opportunity for up to 15 young musicians (aged 8+ to 17) to perform any piece(s) they have been studying and provide a platform to work and perform with professional musicians.

Please register for this Workshop by completing the Eventbrite link here.

Who can participate?
Any child (aged 8+) who's learning to perform an instrument. Any grade/standard

It’s anticipated that each Performance will be filmed and a video clip will be given to the participant after the Workshop.

What to bring?
Music / Your Instrument / Lunch (strictly no nuts)

Parents are welcome to stay or drop-off (late pick-up at 5 pm)

Our musicians are CRB checked

In the morning, we will start with performances, followed by some positive observations from their peers, the audience and teachers. This will be continued by a discussion-based workshop on performance anxiety and confidence.

We aim to create an environment where students help and assist others, based on their own experience. This will provide students with a great introduction to practise strategies and tactics to enhance their own performance skills and self-confidence development.

In the afternoon, musicians who wish to perform again using the tools we discussed at the workshop will be invited to perform alongside Emma and Waka.

You can find our Safeguarding Policy here.

Should you have any questions in connection with the Workshop, please email us at workshop@countyhallarts.com.

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