London, Harrow
09 Aug 2018

A unique opportunity to showcase skills and celebrate cultural exchange.

The Young Talent Festival is a showcase of international talent for children aged 11-17 who have been selected especially to perform their art on our unique performance stage at the Ryan Theatre, Harrow School, England.

With a platform upon which to appeal to all aspects of the arts, some participants may be visual artists whose artwork is exhibited in our Art Exhibition, whilst others may be budding singers and/or actors who are looking for performance opportunities in front of an international audience.

Develop your creative art skills in our Masterclass.

Creating and sharing opportunities for young people from all backgrounds is at the very heart of this 2-day programme, and in addition to performing or exhibiting their work for all to see, the festival includes cultural exchange activities to learn more about cultures around the world, with a Masterclass programme in which participants develop their core skills in creative arts.

We are very keen on training children up to advanced levels of creative ability, regardless of background. The techniques used by our mentors allow the junior stars to rise up to the challenge of performing in front of hundreds of spectators. This is, undoubtedly, a skill for life.

Build lifelong friendships that cross borders.

Attendees can expect to make new friends, learn new customs and practices and, perhaps most importantly, enjoy the beautiful and inspiring location of Harrow School, whose prestigious scholarly and artistic legacy has shaped the world of literature, music and theatre for centuries upon centuries.

Recent luminaries to have graced the stage of Harrow School include Benedict Cumberbatch and James Blunt, with its not-so-distant past counting such masters as Lord Byron and Sir Terence Rattigan.

If you would like to apply, or indeed apply on behalf of somebody else, please follow the link: https://www.youngtalentfestival.com/performing-arts-application/


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