- The Music Man Project
- Tri-borough Music Hub
- Royal Albert Hall
- RCM Sparks Juniors
- Early Years
- Turtle Song
- Past Projects
Tri-borough Music Hub
The award-winning Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH) is the lead organisation that oversees the delivery of music education in three West London boroughs - the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea; the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham; and City of Westminster - working with schools, pupils and the workforce. It is a centralised Local Authority which receives core funding from the Department for Education via the Arts Council England.
The Royal College of Music and Royal Albert Hall are the Strategic Partners of the TBMH. In addition a dedicated and quality-assured group of delivery partner organisations, with evidence of a successful track record, work to meet the TBMH’s strategic aims
The Tri-borough Music Hub aims to provide opportunities for all to develop a life-long love of music and realise their musical potential whilst developing their personal and social identity. A broad range of progressive musical pathways will be provided in partnership with outstanding music organisations that are committed to our ethos.
To find out more about music provision in the Tri-Borough see the Tri-borough Music Hub website.
Support for local young musicians continues through regular RCM student and graduate mentoring for:
- Youth Orchestra
- Folk Ensemble
- Saturday Music School
- FIFTHS whole class instrumental programme
Royal College of Music graduate Charlotte Harding has had an ambitious new composition commissioned by the Tri-borough Music Hub (TBMH) in collaboration with the Royal College of Music (RCM) and Royal Albert Hall, supported by funding from the John Lyon’s Charity.
The composition, entitled ‘Convo’, will have its world premiere at the Royal Albert Hall on 7 March 2019. Read more about the project here.
In June 2015, the hub celebrated three years with a large scale performance of a newly commissioned vocal work Seven Seeds at the Royal Albert Hall involving 160 Tri-borough schools, over 20 students from RCM and 150 music co-ordinators. Click here to access the documentary film about the event. We were thrilled than in November 2015 Seven Seeds was awareded the prize for 'New Music' by the Music Education Council of Great Britian (MEC) and was also shortlisted for the 'Best Classical Music Education Initiative'.