Aspiring young Plymouth musicians come together to celebrate their ‘Musicality’

Young musicians from across Plymouth are uniting to share their talent for playing at the city’s annual youth music concert.

Musicians from Plymouth Music Education Hub’s (PMEH) city-wide ensembles will take over Plymouth Pavilions on Saturday 3 February at both 2pm and 6.30pm.

The Musicality concert is the highlight of the young musicians’ year and provides a fantastic opportunity to perform in front of an audience whilst also inspiring other up and coming young players.

Over 600 young musicians will play a range of pieces, performing a dazzling programme; from big band and steel pans to choirs there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Tickets are available from the Plymouth Pavilions box office and under 16s go free when accompanied by an adult.

Council Leader Ian Bowyer said: “This is a great opportunity for young musicians to come together and share their love of music. The programme offers a chance for some to experience the thrill of performing and to consider where it may take them next on their musical journey, whilst for others it could be the spark to start their musical journey.”

Plymouth Youth Music Service is part of Plymouth City Council and is the lead organisation for Plymouth Music Education Hub. PYMS organises performance opportunities, ensembles, teaching both in and out of schools and networks to enable young people to get involved in all things musical.

For more information contact Plymouth Youth Music Service on 01752 398929 or