Musical Play in a Week, Monday 11 - Friday 15 August 2014
Click the image below to see photos from the 2013 Musical Play in a Week
A summer week of creativity and fun for 10 to 15 year olds!
The Secret Orchestra tells the story of how, in 1738, Emmanuel Bach arrives in Prussia. Crown Prince Frederick lives for music, and invites Emmanuel to join his group of talented players. But there is a problem: Frederick's tyrannical father, the King, has forbidden his son to make or listen to music. Frederick and his musicians defy his father's orders and perform in secret. Can Frederick's household be trusted to keep quiet? What will happen if the young musicians are discovered?
If you enjoy singing, making music (any instrument), acting, or just want to have a go, come and join us. No previous experience is required, just enthusiasm and commitment.
The daily sessions take place at the National Centre for Early Music from 10am to 4pm, with a performance for family and friends on Friday 15 August at 7pm. The fee is £100 per child. Places will be confirmed on receipt of the completed booking form (download below) along with your payment. To book click here .
A limited number of half price bursaries are available for children from low-income families, supported by The Rotary Club of York Vikings. Please email email@example.com or telephone 01904 632220 for further details.
To download the booking form click the link below below
To see images from previous Musical Play in a Week projects click here
The parents' response:
"The music was fantastic."
"It brought out the best in my child - she was so shy before but she has been buzzing from Day One."
"The expectation is high, but the children manage to exceed everything asked of them."
"The NCEM is a wonderful place and has the ability to bring out the best in all children with its education programme."
"The children really step up to the mark."
The children's response:
"It has become a highlight of my holiday."
"The staff and students are fun to work with and help me feel more confident on stage."
"I get a huge sense of achievement at the end of the performance. I am always left with a fantastic sensation that can only be described as buzzing."
"This week was epic!"
"Amazing!! I really enjoyed myself."
The Musical Play in a Week is supported by The Mayfield Valley Arts Trust.