Bristol Choral Society actively encourages local children to experience choral singing, both as singers and listeners. In addition to the Apprenticeship Scheme for teenagers, the choir has an active outreach programme working with primary schools.
Currently the choir is a partner organisation in Bristol Sings Music, the singing strategy for Bristol. On 13 and 14 March 2018 we will be performing Alexander L’Estrange’s Zimbe! at Orchard School in collaboration with Bristol Plays Music, Orchard School Bristol and children from nine local Primary Schools.
Bristol Choral Society has recently completed a 3 year programme of outreach work in some of Bristol’s primary schools. The choir secured funding from charitable foundations that enabled outreach activities in some 20 primary schools (often culminating in a shared concert with Bristol Choral Society and professional musicians in Bristol’s premier concert hall), commissioned new works for adults and children’s choirs and paid for singing teachers/choir leaders to work with classes of children.
In collaboration with Bristol Sings Music and Orchard School, the choir organised a concert in March 2016 when children from more than 10 Bristol schools joined with Bristol Choral Society and the Call Me Al Quintet in a performance at the Colston Hall of Ahoy! by Alexander L’Estrange.
Get in touch
For more information please contact our education and outreach coordinator Caro Barrett by selecting the ‘Schools/education’ option of our contact form.