Aldeburgh Music, founded by Benjamin Britten at Snape Maltings in Suffolk
Britten–Pears Young Artist Programme
Bridges the gap between music college and a successful career. The BPP is the UK’s largest provider of development and performance opportunities for emerging professionals. Auditions are held internationally each year, with around 300 of the world’s finest young artists selected to take part. Alumni include Thomas Adès, Simon Keenlyside, Dame Felicity Lott and many others.
Scotland and Suffolk are a few hundred miles apart. But, like the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the Britten-Pears young artist programme aspires to excellence - a fabulous 'next step' that could really set you on the road to stardom.
East Anglia is an understated region. Famed for sea, sky and wildlife, it's also a kick in the pants off London and all the artistic attractions there.
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