Tune in to Project Remix 2024!
If you're a secondary-school musician in Birmingham and the wider West midlands around Grade 5 (or above), we'd love to hear from you!
In spring 2024, join us to explore the soundtracks of some of the most popular TV shows including Stranger Things, Wednesday, Squid Game and the Umbrella Academy. Participants are all mentored at rehearsals by players from the CBSO over a number of weeks, before they take to the stage to perform at Symphony Hall on Sunday 25 February.
We are still accepting applications for select instruments. Find out more and apply below.
About Project Remix
Each year, Project Remix celebrates a different theme through exciting orchestral arrangements. In the past, we've performed music from MOBO award-winning CBSO Youth Orchestra alum Laura Mvula, as well as celebrating Birmingham's rich cultural heritage with a collection of South Asian hits alongside Bollywood singer Navin Kundra, and sitarist Tommy Khosla. Last year, we explored the music of video games like Final Fantasy, Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros.
- Project Remix is free of charge to participants
- We ask that participants are around Grade 5 or above in their instrument/voice
- This project is open to students aged 11-18
- The project is non-auditioned, but participants need to send in an application by Monday 13 November 2023
- Places on the project are limited and will be allocated once applications close
23-24 Rehearsal Dates
Rehearsals will take place from 6pm - 8pm at the CBSO Centre on the following dates:
Tuesday 9 January 2024
Tuesday 16 January 2024
Thursday 18 January 2024
Tuesday 23 January 2024
Tuesday 30 January 2024
Tuesday 6 February 2024
Thursday 8 February 2024
Tuesday 20 February 2024
There will also be a sectional rehearsal for the rhythm section only on Monday 8 January 2024, 6pm - 8pm.
There will be a rehearsal at Symphony Hall on Sunday 25 February 2024, 1:30pm - 2:30pm before the performance at 4:15pm.
Project Remix is generously supported by The Roger & Douglas Turner Trust and The Leverhulme Trust.