The London Philharmonic Orchestra works with schools in its four home boroughs of Greenwich, Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark. Each year 16,000 people come to the RFH to watch a BrightSparks concert and we work with 4,000 pupils and teachers within school.
All our work in school is designed to complement and extend existing musical provision in school and in the borough, and to reflect and illuminate areas of the relevant National Curriculum.
BrightSparks schools' concerts
Daytime schools' concerts at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall tailored to different Key Stages. How to bring a group to the concert.
Resources for teachers
Details of Teachers' Sessions and Teachers' Resource Packs to help get the most out of BrightSparks concerts.
A year-long project in two special needs schools in South London.
Composition projects working with both GCSE and A Level Music groups, linking to LPO repertoire.
Films of concerts
Debussy and Wagner - A Level introduction and complete performances.
Frequently asked questions
Answers to your questions about the London Philharmonic Orchestra's schools' programme.
"I think this is an opportunity that most children would not get outside school. It was wonderful to see them excited when they heard the orchestra play music they had been introduced to in school."Teacher, Southwark