Arts & Culture

Tomorrow’s Warriors at 30

The music development organisation Tomorrow’s Warriors has announced a series of events to mark its 30th anniversary.

The company aims to offer opportunities within the music industry to a wider range of people, some who would otherwise be less likely to be given a chance.

Its main group the Nu Civilisation Orchestra will be performing six concerts across the UK, including a night at the Southbank Queen Elizabeth Hall on 18 November.

The concerts will also mark 50 years since the release of Marvin Gaye’s album, ‘What’s going on’.

Anthony spoke to the Tomorrow’s Warriors co-founder Gary Crosby OBE.

Find more details on the concerts here

Tanya Francis 25th October 2021

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