Music For Youth sends schools to the Royal Albert Hall

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Music For Youth sends schools to the Royal Albert Hall
12th November 2014

The Music for Youth School Proms have seen more than 3,000 musicians take part over its three days and tonight is the turn of schools from the south east of London. 

Performer Tasha Mhaka-yakora and Andrea Spain, the Assistant Director of Music at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, discuss performing in such illustrious surroundings and what the Music for Youth event hopes to achieve. 

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