The past two weekends have seen our youth groups out & about, bringing their end of term performances to venues across Nottinghamshire!

Greeted by lovely crowds and even lovelier weather, Music for Everyone’s youth did not fail to impress in the gorgeous surrounds of Rufford Abbey, Beeston Canalside Heritage Centre and Rushcliffe’s Proms in the Park.

Click the names of our youth groups to learn more about them!

Saturday 22 June

Nottingham Youth Band @ Beeston Canalside Heritage Centre


Saturday 29 June

Nottingham Youth Band, Nottingham Youth Voices + Nottingham Junior Voices @ Rushcliffe ‘Proms in the Park’


Sunday 30 June

East Midlands Youth String Orchestra, East Midlands Youth Wind Band, + Strictly Strings @ Rufford Abbey

  • Nottingham Festival Chorus met on Saturday for a choral singing day of English Romantic Partsongs – songs about the delights and torments of the English Summer. Pictures on the website here. 
  • Our next NFC course is in October – The Armed Man, limited availability so book your place today!

Have a good week!

Your friends at MfE.

24/06/2019

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The Nottingham Youth Band of MfE were looking forward to entertaining the crowd last Saturday in Beeston. Sadly rain stopped play of any kind. Another time guys. Thanks for turning out on such a grey day.

emyso0716THIS weekend, however, there is hope of sunshine. Why not hop over to Sudbury Hall on Sunday and hear MfE’s wonderful East Midlands Youth String Orchestra, directed by Richard Howarth? They will be entertaining visitors to this National Trust property in 2 or 3 slots between 2.30pm and 5pm. Their programme includes works by Handel, Tchaikovsky, Ellerby, Vaughan Williams, Meyer and Biber. The last composer’s work, Battalia 9, brought great amusement and enjoyment to the audience at the Summer Celebration a couple of weeks ago. Never mind comb and paper, listen to cello and 80gsm A4 plain!