Do you love music? Are you in Year 12 at a maintained school near London or Manchester? Are you studying Music A Level or Grade 8 Theory?
The Cambridge Young Composer of the Year competition is now open for entrants under the age of 17.
On the 18 and 19 June 2016, Cambridge will host two days of singing workshops for students in years 7-12.
CaMEO and the Outreach Choir have led singing workshops at a number of local prisons throughout this academic year.
CaMEO partnered with Revelation Rock-Gospel Choir to lead a Gospel singing workshop at St. Bede's School.
As part of the Cambridge History Festival, CaMEO partnered with Historyworks to present the Creating My Cambridge: Singing History Concert, featuring local primary school children's work.
A group from CaMEO went to lead singing at Phil's People Christmas Party- a care in the community group held at St. Philip's Church.
CaMEO and local community choirs led community singing event - Sing in the Season as part of Mill Road Winter Fair.
As part of Curating Cambridge CaMEO assisted sound recordist Chris Watson and community choir leader Rowena Whitehead with the Museum of Zoology's Ocean Song workshop, to launch the whole project.
On Sunday 2nd November 2014 CaMEO hosted the Cambridge Young Composer of the Year award at West Road Concert Hall, in partnership with Cambridge Youth Music.
CaMEO and Cambridge Youth Music partnered to host the Clarinet and Sax Play Day as part of the Festival of Ideas 2014. The day was led by Dan Forshaw, who was assisted by Ellie McMurray, Jamie Elston and Matthew Nixon.
Hip Hop Psych was an evening of hip hop, rap, break dancing and talks on hip hop and mental health, featuring talks by Dr. Becky Inkster, Dr. Akeem Sule, Dr. Griff Rollerfson and Juice Aleem.
The 'Your Song' Concert was hosted by CaMEO for the Festival of Ideas 2014 on 29th October, featuring local community and children's choirs, to celebrate community singing.
The launch of the Creating My Cambridge: Singing History project at the Fitzwilliam Museum, with Michael Rosen leading workshops for local primary school children.
The CaMEO team visited HMP Bedford to lead 2 days of drumming and singing workshops with prison residents, culminating in a performance to staff and other residents.
Celebrating the visit of the Tour de France in Cambridge with primary school children through the Cycle of Songs
Music students played in a Beethoven trio for Key Stage 1 children at Crosshall Infant School.
The CaMEO team went to visit Beford Prison during their Community Week, to facilitate a choir workshop and performance later in the day, for the other residents.
Music students performed Tudor pieces to give Key Stage 2 children a live experience of Tudor Music.
CaMEO visited to perform a variety of pieces for residents of Mulberry 2, at Fulbourn Hospital.
A multimedia performance for schools and families, with Cambridge University Musical Society Symphony Orchestra, as part of the Science Festival.
Cambridge students visited Bedford Prison to sing at their Christmas Concert.
CaMEO took a number of music students to observe and take part in music lessons at St. Ivo School in St. Ives.
On 19th October, the Music Faculty helped lead an 'Ideas in the Community' day at St. Paul's, encouraging people to give singing in a choir a go!