"Whenever I think of Churchill Music! I think of two words: 'Innovation' and 'Excellence'"
Dr Barry Wratten - Head Teacher, Churchill Academy
The next event
6.30pm, Friday 9 December Young Composers' Showcase 2016 Seventh year of our flagship event featuring performance of works on a dance theme composed by local students
Welcome to Churchill Music! - a charity which is an oasis of musical excellence in the beautiful Somerset village of Churchill, 15 miles south of Bristol. Churchill Music! promotes five concerts each year, given by top professionals at affordable prices. The Concert Series runs in conjunction with YoungChurchill Music! where national and international musicians present workshops and conduct innovative projects in primary and secondary school in addition to working with community groups. Churchill Music! also holds an annual Young Musician of the Year Competition for
students at Churchill Academy that encourages and rewards not only technical
excellence but also performance skills and presentation. We hope you will enjoy browsing our website to see what we've
already achieved and glimpse our exciting plans for the future. If you feel
you would like to support us, please consider becoming a Champion of Churchill Music! and take advantage of our special ticket prices which this year includes a 30% discount on Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra concerts at the Colston Hall, Bristol, and our spirited newsletters.
Churchill Music! is an established partner
of St George's Bristol for
projects in the areas of concert promotion and education. We share a passion
for the way music can enrich the lives of children and adults alike, as well
as a keen desire to bring the very best artists to the South West. This forms
the basis of a relationship that explores all potential avenues of collaboration.
Churchill Music! is proud to be a partner in Music Education Partnership, North Somerset. This alliance of local providers, regional bodies and national organisations aims to respond strategically to local music education needs. It will help all those passionate about the importance of young people's music-making to use joined-up thinking to ensure the best possible education opportunities and support for all young people.