Musical competition for youngsters

Salisbury Journal: Musical competition for youngsters Musical competition for youngsters

TALENTED young musicians have the chance to shine in a new competition being run by a Salisbury business.

The Sound Emporium, which works in partnership with schools and care organisations to offer musical opportunities for young people, is running a competition to find new talent in south Wiltshire’s schools.

Ross Sanderson and Kayleigh McCormick, who set up the business, decided to organise a big event to showcase what their company does.

The competition is divided into two categories – age seven to 11 and 11 to 16 – and will be judged by a panel of music experts at a live final.

Mr Sanderson and Miss McCormick will be going into schools from next week to promote the competition, which will have top prizes worth more than £400.

The event is supported by The Wiltshire Music Connect Music Education Hub, The Musicians’ Union and Musicroom Salisbury.

To get your school involved and apply for an application pack call 01722 500070 or email info@thesoundemporium.co.uk.

For more information about the competition, go to the events page at thesoundemporium.co.uk.

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