In Action

Click on the video thumbnails below to watch RPO Resound in action in a number of community and education projects.

RPO Resound at the Science Museum

In August RPO Resound Community & Education team in partnership with the Royal Society for Blind Children (RSBC) delivered 3 days of workshops culminating in a performance of four pieces composed and performed by Royal Society for Blind Children RSBC participants, alongside RPO musicians in the Information Age Gallery at Londons Science Museum.


25 Years of RPO Resound
25 Years of RPO Resound
RPO Resound at the Science Museum
RPO Resound at the Science Museum
RPO Resound in Kuwait
RPO Resound in Kuwait
Berkshire Maestros and RPO Resound
Berkshire Maestros and RPO Resound
Farm City, Found Sounds
Farm City, Found Sounds
Pass the Torch - A World Symphony
Pass the Torch - A World Symphony

STROKESTRA
STROKESTRA
7UP: Supporting transition through music-making
7UP: Supporting transition through music-making
RPO resound - The Soldiers Tale
RPO resound - The Soldiers Tale
About Me: Paddock School
About Me: Paddock School
ConneXXions 2014
ConneXXions 2014
Behind the Lines Summer School
Behind the Lines Summer School

Me, Myself and I: KS2 project with Northern Trust
Me, Myself and I: KS2 project with Northern Trust
Ipswich Orchestra Outreach Programme
Ipswich Orchestra Outreach Programme
SEA LIFE London Aquarium
SEA LIFE London Aquarium
First Time Live - Scunthorpe
First Time Live - Scunthorpe
Westminster Urban Orchestra
Westminster Urban Orchestra
We Got Rhythm
We Got Rhythm

La bohème Creative Project with RLSB
La bohème Creative Project with RLSB
RPO resound 20th Anniversary
RPO resound 20th Anniversary
Here I Go: A short animated film about music in mental health settings
Here I Go: A short animated film about music in mental health settings
 

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Here I Go: A short animated film about music in mental health settings

The RPO and Cambridge Live teamed up with The Phoenix Centre – a specialised eating disorder unit for young people aged 12-18 based at the Ida Darwin Hospital in Cambridge - to deliver a creative music-making project. A team of RPO musicians and workshop leader Sigrún Sævarsdóttir-Griffiths have visited the centre to work with young people currently receiving treatment. The project aimed to improve mental health, encourage self-exploration and boost confidence through creativity, and included elements of poetry and lyric writing, guided group improvisation and composition.

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