“The Orchestra da Camera, as part of its work with children and young musicians, has become an Arts Award Supporter. This means that if you are currently doing any level of Arts Award, we can help you achieve it; young people can get involved in our instrumental days, come to our concerts (see the ‘family discount’ on tickets), meet or interview our musicians and even work alongside the orchestra.
Arts Award Discover & Explore: come to one of our concerts – if you let us know in advance, we can arrange for you to meet one of our musicians during the interval!
Arts Award Bronze: attend one of our instrumental days (see the workshops page) and work with a leading instrumentalist, come to one of our concerts and review it (we can share your review on this page) or interview one of our musicians as your arts hero/ine!
Arts Award Silver: get some lessons from one of our professional performers to extend an instrumental skill for your arts challenge, review one of our concerts (we can share your review on this page or add it to our Facebook page), talk to one of our musicians about their career pathway and training for your arts research, attend one of our inspiring instrumental days (see the workshops page), or volunteer to support our front of house team on a concert day as work experience.
Arts Award Gold: extend your arts skill by getting lessons or coaching with one of our professional performers, or develop your skills by producing work with them as a collaboration, volunteer to support our front of house team on a concert day as work experience or take part in one of our instrumental days (see the workshops page) and interview the artist leading it as part of your research into the wider arts sector, review our concerts (we can help share your work on this page or on our Facebook page) and interview the leader of the orchestra or the conductor, or interview our professional performers as part of forming a view on a musical issue. “