Robin Hood Youth Orchestra
From classical to popular music, folk, jazz, Bollywood and more - the Robin Hood Youth Orchestra is an exciting, evolving ensemble that plays a diverse range of musical styles & genres. RHYO performs at unique venues around the country & even abroad and is the perfect place to play music, make friends & lifelong memories.
RHYO is looking for new members! For 11 - 19 year olds in Nottingham City who can play their instruments from around grade 4 to diploma standard. If you're interested in finding out more, email email@example.com or download the flyer below.
When & Where:
RHYO rehearses every Saturday morning from 9 am- 12.30 pm during term-time. We are back to live rehearsals every week and are absolutely thrilled to have a brand new venue: The Space at Nottingham Contemporary.
Nottingham Contemporary: Weekday Cross, Nottingham NG1 2GB
Nottingham Contemporary is centrally located in Nottingham City Centre, only a few minutes walk from Broadmarsh Shopping Centre. The easiest way to get to the venue is by tram. The closest stop is the Lace Market Tram Stop.
The nearest car park is Lace Market (NG1 1QE).
For all current RHYO members, don't forget to check the RHYO Noticeboard to stay up to date on all things RHYO!
For young people who live in the city and/or study in a city state school, the annual cost of joining any music hub ensemble is £54 (£15 concessions). Please note that you only have to pay one annual fee but can be part of more than one Music Hub ensemble (for example, your child may play in RHYO InterConnect as well as Guitar Connect but just pay the ensemble fee ONCE).
For all other young people, please note that the annual cost of joining a music hub ensemble is £110.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss alternative payment options.
Ensemble Fee Payment - January to July 2022
For new members joining from January onwards, please see below for payment options.
Ensemble Fee Payment - April to July 2022
Please see below for payment options for this term.
Not even a pandemic stopped RHYO from making music: watch players from RHYO tell their story of making music throughout the lockdown year...
This fantastic VLOG was featured on Notts TV! Watch our very own RHYO members talk about the film here (five minutes into the clip).
Exciting Partnerships & Performances
RHYO works closely with many fantastic musicians and venues. See below performances of Fire Track, with incredible tabla player Durgesh Parmar, and Into the Unknown, a collaboration with the Jugendorchester Stadt Karlsruhe, the youth orchestra from Karlsruhe, Germany that RHYO has a close partnership with, giving players the chance to travel, rehearse and perform with amazing musicians across Europe.
To hear more, see the RHYO playlist on the music hub YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8uczjIbAr9hr1Y...