Lauren Franceschini

Adele Concert Review: Broken Basses and Booming Ballads

On Monday, March 21st, Adele took to the O2 stage for another night of the London leg of her European tour. Monday was her fifth consecutive performance at the O2 and she had high hopes for the crowd during the show, “Five is my lucky number; I was born on the fifth of the fifth, […]

 Hyunsu Yim

New Artist Alert: C.Nichole

Born in Dallas, Texas, genre-crossing American singer Christin Nichole proclaims herself as a music fan since the age of 2. After setting a goal of breaking into the music industry at a very young age, she chased her dream by winning numerous local talent shows and participating in choir. She now has her own record label which she […]

 Kalli Damschen

How Technology Is Revolutionising the Arts

How Technology Is Revolutionising the Arts

In the last couple decades, technology has revolutionised the way we relate to the world. These changes extend to influence all aspects of life, from communication to entertainment and from education to employment, and the arts have been far from unaffected. New technologies have impacted how artists in every field make, share and fund their […]

 Leah Byron

Artist Alert – Charlotte Campbell

Charlotte Campbell, a young 18-year-old musician, has been busking at Tube stations around London for about three years. She wakes up in the early morning hours to sing and play her guitar to early commuters. Through busking, which is what the British call it, she has been able to gain a fan base and has […]

 Leah Byron

Do you want to Be In The Band?

Are you a young female musician with talent you want to share? Join other fellow singers, bassists, and guitarists in audition for Be In The Band. A major record label is looking for young girls between the ages of 16 and 20. Sponsored through Sony Music, it is rumoured that Louis Tomlinson, one of the […]

 Leah Byron

Matilda: Summary and Review

Matilda: Summary and Review

I was fortunate enough to see Matilda during my time here in London. My group consists of about twenty women and ten men, plus my supervisor and his wife. I’ll be honest, as a group of 30 college students, we stuck out amongst the youngsters of the crowd. We gathered at the Cambridge Theatre and […]

 Mercedes Fraenzel

How Cool Conducting Can Be

On a Wednesday morning I was waiting at Strand Campus to meet up with Bertram Yap, a conductor in his final year at King’s College London’s music department. Bertram kindly took the time to talk to Youth Arts Online about his passion for orchestra and his pathway within the competitive music world. Seeing as we […]

 Mary Babin

Raising Awareness One Song at a Time

Raising Awareness One Song at a Time

It is not often that you find talented youths who want to use their abilities to make a difference in the world. There are times when artists can become so caught up in the journey to fame and fortune that they forget what is important to them. However, this is not the case for this […]

 Ernest

Laurence Gardner Speaks With NOISE Founder Denise Proctor

Laurence Gardner Speaks With NOISE Founder Denise Proctor

Offering a platform for young creative individuals to gain recognition and work with leading industry figures, Noise Arts Festival has hosted an array of impressive curators, including Giles Deacon, Brian Eno and Elaine Constantine since it began in 2004. Youth Arts Online spoke with festival founder Denise Proctor about this year’s event. How did NOISE […]

 Ernest

Songwriters: The Jack Petchey Foundation Wants You!

If you’re a songwriter, or an aspiring one, your big break might be just around the corner: The Jack Petchey Foundation is seeking a young composer to pen the soundtrack to celebrate its 15th Anniversary. The Foundation is accepting entries from those aged 11-25 that focus on the themes of inspiration and achievement. The winning […]

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