Music Service Supported by JP

Music Service Supported by JP in mass concert


Hounslow Music Service in London is an exceptional music service in the UK; teaching more than 10,000 pupils ever week in schools across the borough. On 2 March 2020 they are celebrating their hardwork with a huge concert at the Royal Festival Hall on the Southbank.


John Packer Musical Instruments is assisting in the concert by loaning a JP2057 Sousaphone. The instrument will make up the street band that will be performing, along with two massed primary school choirs, a huge brass band, guitar orchestra and Indian dance ensemble.



Alongside lots of familiar tunes, attendees will be able to hear a newly commissioned piece for young string players written by Deborah Pritchard.

The concert also includes a commission for flutes and percussion written by Peter Michael Davison and featuring Gareth McLearnon.

Hounslow Music Service teaches more than 10,000 pupils every week in schools across the borough. They deliver 687 hours a week of instrumental and vocal tuition to the young people of Hounslow - an astonishing 20,623 hours a year! 


They regularly post videos of their music making on their Facebook page, which you can view here


For more information about the John Packer JP2057 Sousaphone click here

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