Stories and announcements

6Jan. 2020.

Music 4all Festival Winners now announced!

Last year we invited applications from all over the UK for young, emerging musical artists who wanted to take part in our Music 4all Festival (11th – 16th May).   The winners are now being mentored by a professional individual or organisation and rehearsing at Wilton’s, ready to perform live as part of the Festival in May.

We are thrilled to announce that the winners in each category are as follows:

Opera: 11th May

Lucy Elston
Thomas Isherwood

Edward Kim
Theodor Uggla

With thanks to Nicholas Roberts and English National Opera for mentoring the Opera category.

Contemporary & Jazz: 12th May

Gabrielle Chudi
Julian James  

With thanks to Bengi Ünsal for mentoring the Contemporary & Jazz category.

Rock, Pop & Indie: 14th May

Foxes & Hedgehogs
Saachi Sen
Sam Wilkinson

With thanks to Dan Gillespie Sells for mentoring the Rock, Pop & Indie category.

Cabaret & Alternative: 15th May

Ruth Connick – Selector Le Pooch
Ena Fay
Freddie Love

With thanks to Tim Whitehead for mentoring the Cabaret & Alternative category.

Urban, Electronic & DJ: 16th May

Jess Fisher
Eliza Willmott

With thanks to DJ Yoda for mentoring the Urban, Electronic & DJ category.  

We are also thrilled to announce that the eight groups taking part in Songs for the Hall, a day of music making on 13th May are: 
St Edmund’s Catholic Primary School, London Fields Primary School, Lansbury Lawrence Primary School, St Paul’s Whitechapel CE Primary School, Hermitage Primary School, St Peter’s London Docks Primary School, Mayflower Primary School, Isle of Dogs Children’s Choir.

Songs for the Hall will be presented in association with Snape Maltings’ Friday Afternoons, with free vocal leadership training for all teachers involved.    

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