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Music essay launches for Bromley readers: how has music changed your life?
AN ESSAY competition has been launched to give music fans a chance to experience a Royal Albert Hall concert.
Bromley Youth Music Trust (BYMT), an independent music facility based in Southborough Lane, is asking readers to write about how music has changed their lives.
The organisation provides comprehensive instrumental and vocal music education to youngsters throughout the borough and surrounding areas such as Croydon.
Now the company is giving people a chance to sit in the box at the Royal Albert Hall and watch Bromley Youth Concert Band perform at the National Schools Proms on November 11.
Principal at BYMT Mike Purton will conduct and even join the guests in the box at their interval.
The band recently won gold at the World Music Contest in Kerkrade, in the Netherlands.
Mr Purton said: “We are very excited about this competition to learn from Bromley residents how music has changed their lives.
“We look forward to welcoming the winners of this competition to join us in our VIP box for a thrilling and memorable night as part of a superb, action packed and night of music making.”
For a chance to win, write no more than 500 words on how music has changed your life. There is no age limit.
Entries must be received by October 20 and should be sent to Sue Brown, Bromley Youth Music Centre, Southborough Lane, Bromley, Kent, BR2 8AA or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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