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Blog » Music for Youth announces composer Jack Pepper as charity ambassador

9 Oct  

Yesterday Music for Youth announced that broadcaster, composer and writer Jack Pepper will be its latest ambassador, just ahead of the charity’s upcoming 50th birthday. 

 

As an Ambassador for MFY, Jack will help to raise the profile of the charity and support its events, while working to advocate its values of community, diversity, and youth music engagement. Jack’s role will take effect at the Music For Youth Proms this November, where he will host ‘Spotlight On: New Music’, a special free concert showcasing original compositions by young performers, in an exciting cross-genre concert where pop, percussion, jazz and classical works will come together. 

 

Pepper is known for his work on Scala Radio, where he presents Jack Pepper’s Culture Bunker, celebrating stories of the people behind great music - with guests including Nicola Benedetti and Sir Simon Rattle. Jack also writes a monthly column for Classical Music Magazine, and has written for The Telegraph, BBC Music Magazine and Gramophone. Additionally, Jack has composed for the Royal Opera House, Canada’s SymphRONica and the Royal Philharmonic Society, and has had his work performed on Classic FM and the BBC.

 

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Music for Youth

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