Trio of brothers selected for National Orchestras
THREE brothers from Bristol schools have won places in National Orchestras.
Jo Edwards, 15, has been accepted as a violinist in the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, Silas, 13, as a cellist in the main orchestra of the National Children’s Orchestra and Tolly, 10, as a viola player in the National Children’s Orchestra under 11s.
Jo and Silas attend Queen Elizabeth Hospital School in Clifton while Tolly attends QEH Junior School.
The National Youth Orchestra offers a national platform for Britain's brightest and best teenage musicians to come together to create performances. The orchestra is recruited each year and brings together 165 musicians aged under 18 from all over Great Britain.
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During the year there are three rehearsal residencies which culminate in public concerts. The venues will include Barbican Hall London, Leeds Town Hall, the Sage Gateshead, The Royal Festival Hall and Royal Albert Hall, where the prom will be televised.
Conductors will include John Wilson, Simone Young and Vasily Petrenko.
The National Children's Orchestra is Great Britain’s premier symphony orchestra for children, offering children a life-changing experience with training from top professional musicians.
Jo said: “It is a wonderful opportunity to meet and play with other musicians, work with inspiring professionals, wonderful conductors and guest artists.”