Discover the Piano – Piano Fantasia
The Leeds International Piano Competition is offering Leeds primary schools free tickets to a fantastic piano extravaganza this year. We want to make sure everyone in Leeds is involved this Competition year as part of our programme of extending and expanding our piano activities across the city. We are delighted to announce our first large scale primary school project!
We have developed a unique and engaging musical event, supported by Artforms and Arts Council England, which will take place in the iconic Leeds Town Hall on Monday 21 May. We would like to hear from Leeds primary schools who are interested in attending! Performed by creator and pianist, Will Pickvance, the event will create musical memories as pupils are entertained and educated.
We are offering your school up to 70 free tickets for Year 4 pupils and accompanying staff for Discover the Piano – Piano Fantasia. Contact us today to take part to ensure your pupils will:
- Take part in a new and memorable experience for pupils of a live performance event in a central Leeds venue
- Discover and explore the piano alongside hundreds of peers from Leeds schools
- Learn about musical composition and be introduced to high-quality music and explore some of the great composers.
- Experience a curriculum enriching show to help pupils understand and be inspired by the piano
- Be able to access to travel bursaries to enable your school to attend
- Participate in the inaugural and landmark musical event in Leeds for young audiences
- Enjoy an exciting event with audience participation, brilliant animation and fascinating investigation inside the piano.
If you would like your pupils to be part of this exciting Leeds musical event on Monday 21 May 2018 please email ASAP firstname.lastname@example.org to be sent a booking form.
“A highly entertaining maestro of musical education for young and old alike, Will Pickvance should be hired to take this show to every school in UK” – The Stage
“A thoroughly charming and craftily educational hour. There’s something inspirational and empowering about the way he places experimentation and boundary-pushing at the heart of his story” – The Scotsman