James Mead, one of our tutors with Kent County Junior Singers, has retired after 15 plus years’ service to Kent Music.
Another hard-working holiday period for our County Groups has come to an end. Read about what they have been up to here!
Click to read about The Kent County Youth Orchestra’s second concert to celebrate their 50th anniversary.
Music-lovers can enjoy an afternoon of live entertainment with one of the South East’s leading wind ensembles as Kent Youth Wind Orchestra stages its Easter Concert.
The Easter Holiday sees our wonderful youth choirs away on residential courses at Sutton Valence School. KYC directed by Benjamin Rous & KYS by Laura Howe will give a post course concert in St Mary the Virgin Church Ashford at 7pm on Friday 5th April. Do please come along & support [...]
2013 is the 50th Anniversary Season of the Kent County Youth Orchestra and for our final concert of this celebratory season (Saturday, 7th September) we will be performing Beethoven’s Choral Symphony at Mote Hall, Maidstone. We are looking to recruit a chorus of over 200 experienced choral singers for this concert and, as we are [...]
The Kent County Youth Orchestra, founded by Béla de Csilléry in 1963, continues to offer a unique opportunity to the gifted young musicians of Kent, aged 13-21 years, to regularly experience the challenge of rehearsing and performing symphonic music to the highest possible standard. The orchestra works with professional conductors and tutors from major national [...]
Kent County Junior Choir members join English Touring Opera!
JAM is bringing three varied and exciting concerts to St. Leonard’s Church, Hythe and St. Nicholas Church, New Romney, featuring the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Bob Chilcott, Nicholas Cleobury, Onyx Brass, The Chapel Choir of Selwyn College, Cambridge and organist, Daniel Cook. In a unique collaboration between JAM and Kent Music, all Kent [...]
Kent County Junior Choir performed live on national TV at Bluewater shopping centre to help raise funds for BBC’s Children in Need on Friday November 18.