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Sound Young Minds project wins Royal Philharmonic Society award

At the Royal Philharmonic Society annual awards, November 2020, the City of London Sinfonia (CLS) school-based project, “Sound Young minds” won the Impact Award: 

 “Impact Award – for an outstanding initiative or organisation which set out to engage and have a lasting positive impact on the lives of people who may not otherwise experience classical music.”

This award was given for joint-working between pupils and CLS across both sites of the school over 3 years.

Big congratulations to all those at CLS for winning this award for their work with our pupils!   

Below is a link to the awards show. The City of London Sinfonia receives their award at 31 minutes, 57 seconds (segment finishes at 34m 2 sec).

https://royalphilharmonicsociety.org.uk/rps_today/news/2020-rps-awards-winners-announced

Below is a clip with CLS Director of Participation Fiona Lambert being interviewed about the award on BBC Radio London: