RPO resound 20th Anniversary Video > PLAY VIDEO
RPO resound celebrates 20 years of delivering ground-breaking projects, widening access to and engagement with classical music, with an inspirational short film narrated by Stephen Fry, showing the breadth and diversity of their projects and shedding light on the impact their work has had on those involved.
SEA LIFE London Aquarium > PLAY VIDEO
RPO resound musicians made a splash when they brought pupils from the Joseph Clarke School for the visually impaired together with educators from the SEA LIFE London Aquarium and Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) to create their very own 'Audio Aquarium'. Inspired by the ability of music to express a range of sensory ideas, this project was aimed at helping visually impaired children to explore the sounds, feelings and images of the ocean world through music-making and composition.
Pass the Torch – A World Symphony > FULL DETAILS
Six youth ensembles from Brent, Enfield and Haringey, along with a 3,500 strong choir of children from local primary schools, performed alongside the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall. The specially-formed orchestra played an original piece composed by participants from all six musical ensembles, led by James Redwood and conductor Nicholas Collon. Click here for video highlights.
It's Our Music, Corby > PLAY VIDEO
RPO resound teamed up with Corby Borough Council to deliver It's Our Music; an exciting fusion of urban, orchestral and digital music supported by a team of five RPO resound musicians under the expert guidance of RPO creative leader Tim Steiner.
The Soldier's Tale, Brent > PLAY VIDEO
The Soldier's Tale, a music and literacy project involving three Brent primary schools, demonstrates how a team of nine RPO musicians led by workshop leader James Redwood can help kids engage in classical repertoire and inspire the children's own compositions and some really feel-good songs.
Colour is Reborn – A Requiem for the Seasons > FULL DETAILS
A project in collaboration with the Oxford Bach Choir to celebrate the world première of Bob Chilcott's new Requiem, involving participants from St Gregory the Great and Cherwell School in Oxford. Click here for more.
Special Educational Needs project, Bejing > PLAY VIDEO
A Special Educational Needs project involving youngsters from the city’s Young Advocates Programme, a British Council initiated project organised in partnership with the Chinese Disabled Persons Federation, and run by the RPO resound team.