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Arts Award

Arts Award inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents.

Arts Award

Arts Award is a national qualification, accredited by Trinity College London and aims to inspire young people to grow their arts and leadership talents: it’s creative, valuable and accessible. Glyndebourne is dedicated to introducing young people to the arts through opera and is a Trinity Champion Centre for 2021-22.

Over the years, Glyndebourne has supported hundreds of participants to achieve their Arts Award through various projects, including; Primary School Backstage Tours, Glyndebourne Youth Opera and Performances for Schools. Through the national lockdown in 2020, Glyndebourne supported young people to complete an Arts Award at Home, providing the opportunity to watch opera digitally with supporting online worksheets and guidance from our dedicated Arts Award advisors. To find out more about how we guided participants through their Arts Award at Home, read our blog post

We are currently offering young people the opportunity to complete an Arts Award with Glyndebourne as part of their participation as a chorus member in our 2022 Youth Opera Pay the Piper. We will also be supporting up to 200 students to complete an Arts Award as part of their Performance for Schools visit this Autumn. 

If you have any questions about Arts Award, please contact us at takepart@glyndebourne.com.  

Arts Award is managed by Trinity College London in association with Arts Council England, working with ten regional Bridge organisations.

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