Orchestral concerts for children. fun, educational and never stuffy! for families and schools
Playing music together helps us learn to listen, to become good team players and to develop our creativity and confidence. At Kidenza we introduce children to FUN orchestral music in the hope that they will be inspired to learn an instrument and perhaps join a band or orchestra.
Kidenza aims to break down barriers to orchestral music for children of all ages and backgrounds. We use music to inspire, to increase confidence and to improve wellbeing, using a child-centred, creative approach to music education.
As with any Arts Organisation, funding and support is vital for our survival and this has never been truer than this year. Please consider donating to help subsidise our work in schools
LIVE, ONLINE WORKSHOPS FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS
COMING SEPTEMBER 2021
Delivered straight to your classroom or home via Zoom.
Fun, educational, interactive sessions run by our musicians, many of whom will already be a familiar face. Choose from percussion or composing and singing.
More information to follow. Join our mailing list to receive priority booking.
COVID-19 UPDATE 2021
May 2020 Update:
Like so many in the arts sector, we have been hit hard by the pandemic. We have taken the decision to postpone our live concerts until such time that it is safe for us to resume doing what we do best – inspire, educate, and entertain thousands of children.
We are concentrating on educational resources for schools and home learning and will keep you posted as soon as we have more news.
We miss you all!
Best wishes and stay safe,
Resources and Support for Artsmark Schools
Kidenza is proud to support Artsmark, Arts Council England’s creative quality standard for schools. Find out more about our offer here.
“I think the concert was absolutely incredible, I have been telling all my friends about it! It was so informative and fun for the children. We bought the cd of Peter and the Wolf at the concert and my daughter listens to it constantly , always referring back to the instruments we saw.”
“Amazing concert! At the end I had children almost hyperventilating to tell me how much they wanted to learn an instrument. They have never seen anything like that before. Fantastic!” (Head of Music)