Britains most adventurous orchestra, the acclaimed Manchester Camerata will be performing at Freebrough Academy on Tues 6 December 2022.
Musicians from the Camerata have been working with some fantastic young people from three schools and a youth group* from across Redcar and Cleveland, and together have co-created some brand new pieces of music inspired by what these young people love about where they live.
Led by Camerata composer Kate Pearson, the groups have been meeting regularly throughout the Autumn, and will be performing their new music for the first time at a concert on Tuesday 6 December, at Freebrough Academy…!
As well as the premiere of this brand-new composition, a 13-piece Orchestra from Manchester Camerata will be playing a selection of Film, Classical and Popular music, and will be joined for one piece by the wonderful Tees Valley Youth Orchestra.
Join us for this fantastic coming together of the local community, celebrating the wonderful Teesside area.
Our Music, Our Way is co-produced by Orchestras Live, Redcar & Cleveland Council and Tees Valley Music Service
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