Roseland Youth Music (RYM) is the educational branch of Roseland Music Society. It promotes musical activity among young people on the Roseland; provides professional musicians to work in local schools; enables children to experience live music of all types; see and hear a range of musical instruments being played and offers students the opportunity to participate in practical workshops involving listening, composing, improvising, singing, playing and performing together.
Since RYM school visits began in 2004 more than 5,500 local pupils have had the unique opportunity to listen to Professional Musicians and expand their music education.
Next Event :
Composer Ian Stephens will undertake a whole day's Workshop on Friday 18th March 2022 in Roseland Academy, the secondary school in Tregony, working on music creativity and composition with the children at the school.
The Day's Workshop at the school is not open to the RMS membership or the public (due to the COVID-19 safety measures) but Ian will give a Lecture Recital immediately after the school day (with examples from his new Clarinet Concerto) in the adjacent St Cuby Church Hall in Tregony.
Parents and the general public are welcome to attend the Lecture Recital in Tregony which starts at 4.00pm. ( Tickets are Free to those Under 17 years. ) Click Here for Tickets
Ian is on the teaching staff at Chetham's Music School and his new work "Carricknath for Clarinet and Orchestra" will be premiered on the following day at Truro Methodist Church.
Ian's new work has been commissioned by the Radford Trust (a Roseland charity which celebrated its 50th Anniversary having done so much for music in Cornwall) and the 2022 Cornwall Music Festival, which also celebrates a big Anniversary this year.
The Cornwall Music Festival has been a core part of young musicians' performing opportunity for many years since Lady Mary Trefusis first founded it.
Duo del Fuego at Ladock
Flutes Fantastic - Trevor Wye
Zum Project a 3 day composition workshop at Gerrans school for local Schools
Sponsored by RMS, Making Music and The Ernest Cook Trust