AWARD – Parliamentary Jazz Award for Jazz Education (2017)
Gary Crosby OBE, Founder & Artistic Director, Tomorrow’s Warriors
AWARDS – The Queen’s Medal for Music for major influence on the musical life of the nation (2018); Honorary Fellow of Trinity Laban for Outstanding Contribution to Music Education (2018); Parliamentary Jazz Award for Jazz Education (2012)
Tomorrow’s Warriors believes in the right of every child to access creative education, and works regularly and extensively throughout the year with schools, colleges and higher education institutions in the UK and internationally, offering bold, ambitious, and bespoke music education programmes that deliver successful outcomes for learners and leaders.
Our 2017 nationally touring programme, The Jazz Ticket is an ambitious music education and performance programme in 9 cities, 11 venues, and 54 schools across England designed to bring young people, their families and friends into contact with some of the most exciting jazz artists in the UK. The programme has been devised in partnership with Turner Sims and Southampton Music Hub and, in 2017 will deliver 162 workshops for around 600 young musicians around the country..
Here’s a video to give you an idea of the project. To find out more about this project visit The Jazz Ticket website.