Titan is delighted to be working in partnership with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra on the ‘All Kinds of Everything’ project. This project, funded by Arts Council England through their Grant for the Arts programme, is giving 90 secondary school students and 120 primary school students the opportunity to create original music and songs.
Three secondary schools and four primary schools have been given the opportunity to:
- Participate in workshops with musicians from the CBSO to create original music and songs
- Have their original work developed by a professional composer into a piece of music for performance
- Experience a live performance by a CBSO ensemble in school
- Receive specialist coaching and rehearsals on the new piece from CBSO musicians
- Rehearse alongside CBSO musicians led by a professional conductor
- Perform at Symphony Hall Birmingham
The project, inspired by the diversity and inclusivity of our network, asks students to think about how they would spend 24 hours in Birmingham and to write and compose an original piece inspired by this. Workshops began in May and will continue ahead of the final performance on 27th November 2018 in Symphony Hall Birmingham.
The schools taking part are: Anglesey Primary School, Brownmead Academy, Cromwell Junior and Infant School, Lozells Junior and Infant School, George Dixon Academy, Handsworth Wood Girls’ Academy and King Edward VI Aston School.