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Nurturing talent

Supporting musical talent across the region

We are committed to nurturing musical talent and excellence, offering many opportunities for young people to develop their skills including



Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Company
comprises Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Orchestra and Liverpool Philharmonic Youth Choir, offering valuable opportunities for young musician's to hone their skills.



Higher Education partnerships

Through our partnerships, we support training in music for performers, composers and students hoping to achieve a career in music and events. We have long term partnerships with Liverpool John Moores UniversityUniversity of Liverpool and the Royal Northern College of Music enabling young people to gain practical experience learning from our world class musicians and experienced staff.



Young Composers

We offer young composers opportunities to develop new work, and to receive mentoring from professional composers through two competitions: Rushworth Young Composers for composers aged 14-18 and the Christopher Brooks Composition Prize open to North West-based composers aged 18 - 30.



National College for the Creative and Cultural Industries
We are part of the Industry Steering Group establishing a new National College for the Creative and Cultural Industries, commissioned by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and led by Creative & Cultural Skills. The College will develop and deliver new qualifications for backstage roles that are devised by employers and address current and future skills needs in the workforce. Other organisations involved include the BBC, Live Nation, ATG, White Light, BECTU, ABTT, Royal Opera House and the National Theatre.

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