Creative Learning

Our Creative Learning programme roots us proudly in the east of England, where we work with schools, families and communities to provide opportunities for the widest possible audience to access high-quality professional music making.

Wherever possible, our programme links to and is inspired by our concert programmes, and its diversity. Like the orchestra’s concert activities, it is the artistic vision, skills and passion of our players which drives our Creative Learning programme. 

On these pages you will find examples of our work with schools, for families, with partner organisations and our OPUS commissioning scheme for composers.  In addition, see our dedicated Britten Sinfonia Academy pages for information on our ensemble for talented musicians of secondary school age in the east of England. We also support young people wishing to achieve an Arts Award
 

News
News of recent and upcoming work will periodically appear on our homepage, blog and on this page.  You can also find examples of past work on our media page.

Recent news items:

For enquiries about Creative Learning, email learning@brittensinfonia.com or call 01223 300795 ext. 4 to speak to a member of the team.

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BBC Proms 2014 - Rufus Wainwright

Royal Albert Hall, London
11 September 2014 10:15pm

Britten Sinfonia once again join Rufus Wainwright on stage for this late night prom

Tavener: Flood of Beauty

Barbican Hall, London
28 September 2014 7:30pm

Britten Sinfonia give the world premiere of John Tavener's last completed concert work.

Kaleidoscopes

Milton Court Concert Hall (Barbican), London
29 September 2014 7:30pm

Nicholas Daniel is the soloist in John Tavener's theatrical oboe concerto, Kaleidoscopes.

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