Rotary Launches Search For A Star

Chance to perform on a world class stage

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Ealing Youth Orchestra who took part in the 2009 Concert




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Music is considered by some to be the international language and Rotary in London is once again beginning its bi-annual search for some of the most talented young musicians in the capital.
The Rotary Youth Makes Music Concert gives talented musicians (who might not otherwise get the chance) the opportunity to perform on a World Class stage. Rotary Clubs all across London are presently looking for Young Musicians who would like the chance to demonstrate their skills at the Royal Festival Hall on the 14th March 2011.
This concert is open to young people between the ages of 11 and 18 in full time education on the date of the concert. If you know of such young people in your schools or youth groups then seek out your local Rotary club for details. Any young musicians who have achieved a good standard of proficiency may be considered. Vocalists, violinists, pianists, trumpeters or saxophonists – All are welcome.

Alternatively you can contact Bill Tillotson the Youth Opportunities coordinator for the Rotary Club of Hanwell & Northfields, for full details on how to enter, either: By Phone: 07534 260095
Or By Email At:

17 August 2010

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