Past broadcasts

A small number of past broadcasts from previous years are available to view below.

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Sunderland Massed Sing from the Tall Ships Festival

Thousands of people tuned in to enjoy this amazing concert by school choirs from across Sunderland, with the stunning backdrop of the Tall Ships as they sailed into port.  Including specially commissioned songs, and old and new favourites, many with maritime themes, this concert is a true celebration of the voice and singing, and showcases the excellent vocal talents of the children and young people of Sunderland.

National Youth Jazz Orchestra
In partnership with Swaledale Festival

See and hear twenty of the finest young jazz musicians in Britain, directed by leading trumpeter Mark Armstrong. An uplifting event which positively invites finger-clicking, clapping and noodling! Includes big band classics and brand new commissions by this world-class band which has helped launch the careers of notable musicians such as Gwilym Simcock, Laura Jurd, Mark Nightingale, Guy Barker and Amy Winehouse.

The performance was broadcast from Risedale Sports and Community College, North Yorkshire, in front of a live audience of 500 local pupils.

A4 Brass Quartet
In partnership with Cumbria Music Hub & Lake District Summer Music

A4 Brass Quartet is one of the UK’s leading young chamber ensembles. Based at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, England, A4 is comprised of principal players from some of the UK’s leading brass bands, including the world famous Black Dyke, Grimethorpe Colliery, Wingates and Hammonds Saltaire bands.  This lively and inspiring performance also includes some great hints and tips about developing your skills as an instrumentalist.

Hope & Social: Behind the scenes of being in a band
In partnership with Grassington Festival

Known for their spirited, fun performances and passion for public participation in music-making, the much-loved Hope & Social will give a behind-the-scenes insight into being in a band, including showing how the recording process works – from playing the music to mixing the track.  It’s an entertaining and engaging way to learn more about music, music technology and the creative industries.

Acoustic folk band Maia
In partnership with Musicport Festival

An hour-long gig live from Whitby Musicport, the UK’s biggest indoor world music festival, featuring fun four-piece acoustic folk band Maia – hailed by Time Out Magazine as “youthful, spirited, richly atmospheric”.