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British Carnatic Youth Choir For Schools was introduced in 2015 across the West Midlands.

What is British Carnatic Youth Choir
Carnatic Music is one of the main classical style of music from India, having its origins from the Southern part of India.
British Carnatic Youth Choir For Schools aims to identify and recognize people, particularly children and youth, and adults of all abilities and from all walks of life who share a common passion to create a British Carnatic Community, one that reflects the multicultural mosaic of Great Britain.

Who is it for?

This is primarily aimed at children and young adults from Primary up to Secondary schools.
BCC encourages children & young adults from various schools who have/do not have music as part of their National Curriculum to participate and experience the South Indian Classical Music. They will have the opportunity to experience South Indian Classical Music, acquire expert training and also showcase their learning and talent in a different style of music, which includes the choral aspects of singing, in front of a large audience.

In addition, BCC encourages and nurtures young talents and provides learning opportunities with music experts and musicologists to enhance their learning further.

The benefits of British Carnatic Youth Choir is very extensive.

It is a great opportunity for the children and young adults to
· explore
· learn and present a new music style with great confidence
· learn voice techniques to enhance vocal abilities
· encourage team work by singing in groups
· help them appreciate tolerance and respect a different culture
· learn a new language and the culture of South India

Premiere Event

The British Carnatic Youth Choir premiere event was held on the 6th of November 2015, in partnership with the Birmingham Music Service and South and City College, Birmingham.

Vision

To raise awareness of mutual respect, tolerance for one another, bringing children together from various faiths and beliefs through Music.
To provide excellent training and advice
Encourage children to naturally enjoy singing
Organise events and create diverse opportunities to showcase their talents

BCC encourages children & young adults from various schools who have/do not have music as part of their National Curriculum and professional organisations to participate and experience the South Indian Classical Music. They will have the opportunity to experience South Indian Classical Music, acquire expert training and also showcase their learning and talent in a different style of music, which includes the choral aspects of singing, in front of a large audience.