Every year the Tower of London welcomes local school children to take part in a week long arts festival.
Water City Music at the Tower mixes history with music and takes cross-curricular learning to a new level, while creating life-long memories for primary and secondary school students.
This year, the festival will take place from 17-23 June.
London school groups are invited to perform at the Tower as part of choirs, instrumental groups and bands across three stages set within the iconic Tower location. All the music is connected to the Tower's history as a fortress, palace and prison.
The festival is for primary and secondary schools and is free to take part in. It includes a visit to the Tower for all performers including a session, resources and CPD support from professional musicians to help you prepare your students.
Family members are given free entry on the day of their child’s performance so that they can share in the magical experience.
In June 2018, 60 schools took part, with almost 2000 young people performing.
Want to make Music at the Tower with your school? Register your interest via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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