Central to Voices of London’s mission is a commitment to offering high-quality educational experiences for young people and adults. Our events include workshops, come-and-sing days, lectures and a bi-annual schools outreach project.

Our 2020 Programme will include primary-school workshops in the local area. For more details of our education work, including year-long schools support, get in touch.

Under 18 and love all things choral?

Attend every Festival event for FREE in 2020

Free Festival Youth Pass

Once again, during the 2020 season Voices of London is pleased to offer free Festival Passes to all young people aged 5-18 in full-time education or training. The Passes offer free access to all of our concerts and events, and are designed to encourage young Londoners to experience to wealth of choral diversity on offer in London for themselves.

To apply for a free Youth Pass, just email us: with your name, age, and school or college – we’ll send you everything you need.

Work Experience Opportunities

Voices of London is currently offering internships and work experience opportunities for anyone considering a career in arts administration. We offer experience in marketing, development/fundraising and concert management. You will be mentored by a member of the Festival Committee, with opportunities to attend planning meetings and work behind the scenes during the Festival. We want our interns to get as much as possible out of their time with us, and will work with them to adapt their work to their specific area of interest, as well as giving an over-arching understanding of the work that goes in to planning an event like the Festival. While many of our past interns have been at university, we are equally happy to offer week-long work experience placements to schools and individuals interested in the Arts.
"I took part in the festival not only as a performer but also helping out backstage. As a young performer in different choirs, the music I had to sing for the events was varied, from Handel to traditional spiritual pieces. When I was helping out, one of my particular roles was to look after our special guests at the opening reception, making sure they had everything they wanted. I was also involved in front of house duties, such as ticket sales. I learnt valuable skills which will no doubt be of use in the future. More importantly, it was an experience which I am eager to repeat."
Festival Intern 2016

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