Facts and Figures
Every Year Young Voices brings together over 90,000 children and 6,000 teachers at the UK’s biggest School Choir Concerts
The key elements of Young Voices are:
- The sound of 8,000 voices singing as one.
- An amazing array of artists from across the musical spectrum.
- Sold Out concerts every year.
- Infectious enthusiasm of the choir and audience.
- Experienced coordination of Arena, Schools, Artists, Production Teams, Creativity and Management
- Over 1 million children have sung with Young Voices over the past 14 years
Young Voices inspires and motivates children and young people and introduces them to the joys of music and singing.
Young Voices believes in supporting our music teachers and giving them the extra resources with which to inspire and motivate their pupils
Young Voices believes in working with new, up and coming artists from all aspects of the musical spectrum.
Young Voices provides a platform on which to develop musical talent in the UK and even internationally.
“Young Voices is an inspiring project which is invigorating musical participation and enjoyment for hundreds of thousands of children. Not only that, but group singing of the kind fostered by Young Voices has been shown to build confidence, positive identity and a sense of belonging. Add to that the excitement of taking part in a performance at a major venue – all in all this is an experience which participants will always remember.” – Lucy Green, Professor of Music Education, IOE
“The challenging nature of a singing activity can bring about a sense of achievement, which in turn has a positive effect on self-esteem and confidence” – International Jounral of Mental Health Promotion, Volume Twelve, Issue Three: Genevieve von Lob, Paul Camic and Stephen Clift
“There may be particular health benefits for singing in relation to the immune system, breathing, adopting good posture, improved mood, and stress reduction. The research has been carried out with adults but these benefits could equally apply to children” – Year of Music report 2010