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BYMT Youth Choir and Bromley Youth Concert Band Christmas Concert
Saturday 7th December 2024 at 7:00 pm

Programme to be announced

 

Refreshments

Refreshments will not be available at this event.

Event Artists

Bromley Youth Music Trust

Where Music Changes Lives

Bromley Youth Music Trust is an independent music service nationally renowned for providing a very high quality comprehensive and inclusive instrumental and vocal music education to the young people of Bromley and surrounding areas, as well as providing opportunities for performance in a wide range of settings to enhance the musical understanding and appreciation of…

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Artist Information

Bromley Youth Music Trust

Where Music Changes Lives

Bromley Youth Music Trust is an independent music service nationally renowned for providing a very high quality comprehensive and inclusive instrumental and vocal music education to the young people of Bromley and surrounding areas, as well as providing opportunities for performance in a wide range of settings to enhance the musical understanding and appreciation of pupils and the wider community.

 

www.bymt.co.uk

Stephanie Seeney

Musical Director

Stephanie Seeney is Head of Singing for the Bromley Youth Music Trust, looking after the borough’s singers, singing teachers and choirs. She conducts several of the youth choirs as well as the adult community choir and school choirs. Stephanie studied with BYMT whilst at school, herself singing in the choirs that she now conducts, as well as the National Youth Choir. She then went on to complete undergraduate and post graduate studies at music college, before embarking on a career as a classical mezzo soprano. She spent many years singing with professional groups such as the BBC Singers, Academy of Ancient Music and London Voices, broadcasting on Radio 3 and recording film soundtracks, and sang in some of the most famous concert halls around the world.

BYMT is proud to have choirs available to every student in the Borough who loves to sing from Year 1 up to Year 13, with Young Music Makers for the younger children. We believe that it is important for children to sing a wide range of songs covering many different genres, and singing in a choir can help all musicians with aural training and general musicianship.



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