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UPDATE

We are very sorry to announce that this event will no longer take place as scheduled due to the developing coronavirus situation, which has seen us have to close the Royal Albert Hall until further notice with a heavy heart.

We are working as hard as we can to reschedule all affected events and will be in touch with bookers as soon as we can with further details regarding your booking. Unfortunately this will not be possible right away; as you can hopefully understand we are facing a lot of immediate challenges following the sudden closure of the venue, about which our full statement can be found here: www.royalalberthall.com/spring20

On Easter Day 2020 British Suzuki is delighted to present a magical Gala Concert – a true celebration and showcase of Suzuki music – at the Royal Albert Hall.

This inspirational event will present the very best of Suzuki with performers from across Europe and the UK as well as from further afield. Just imagine it: Over twelve hundred children performing beautiful music from heart. Together. Live on stage. In the beating heart of the classical music world, the iconic Royal Albert Hall.

To give the concert an intimate and personal feel, it will be presented by former Suzuki student and the BBC Radio 3 host, Clemency Burton-Hill: Clemency’s positive attitude and energy will ensure a lovingly presented musical concert of the very highest standard.

As well as Clemency’s fantastic energy and genuine love for the event, the performances of our young Suzuki musicians will be supported by the British Suzuki Ensemble – a group of UK Suzuki teachers and professional players of the highest musical calibre.

With an exciting repertoire, a wide range of instruments showcased and more children on stage performing than has ever been seen at a Suzuki concert in Europe before, the British Suzuki Gala Concert really will be something special that you won’t want to miss – a musical delight for participants and audience alike.

The concert will sound, look, feel and be fantastic and we can hardly wait to hear all those young Suzuki musicians play together.


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