Well, it’s been an exciting week here at Orchestras for All!
Not only have we been busy celebrating the launch of our ambitious five-year strategy to continue our powerful work and the start of National Orchestras for All’s spring course, we’re also proud to unveil our bold new identity – designed in close collaboration with our recently recruited youth board.
To mark the occasion, we’ve released an inspiring video featuring our young musicians as they urge others to break down significant barriers to music making (see clip above).
Violinist, NOFA ambassador and young carer, Isaac, said: “Being a NOFA member gave me some of the most rewarding experiences of my life. You play great music, you meet amazing people – and there’s a tonne of support, so that any problems that you have can be dealt with.”
Current NOFA member and viola player, Hannah, added: “[NOFA] means a lot to me because I was able to gain my confidence and speak to new people. It encouraged me to share my ideas.”
It goes without saying, but helping young people achieve their dreams wouldn’t be made possible without the ongoing support of loyal friends, partners and donors just like you – and that’s why we’re taking this opportunity to say a tremendous thank you!
We feel so energised for the future and with our joyful line-up of musical activity planned for 2021 and beyond, we can’t wait to share more news with you soon.
Details on our Music Centres taking place on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday evenings.
Forest Foundation is an association of friends and parents, supporting the young musicians of Walsall: orchestrating a d...
Details of Tuesday evening Music Centre