Lizzie is excited to present Remix-ED, the very first Classical Kicks show for children and schools as commissioned by United Learning. Lizzie and the UL team have been extremely busy in recent months creating this exciting project which focusses on bringing curriculum GCSE set pieces of classical music, amongst others, to life using an 8-piece band of the best of Classical Kicks’ favourite musicians and directed by acclaimed educator and musician Kevin Hathway. For more info on the project, which premieres next week in United Learning Schools, please visit this link http://musicpa.unitedlearningblogs.org.uk/classical-kicks-bringing-gcse-music-to-life/
Lizzie has recently created a Classical Kicks schools workshop project called “Classical Kicks Shine”, due to premiere in 2016. In addition to this Lizzie has designed “Classical Kicks Creative Success in the Workplace” a workshop designed to help businesses with their teamwork challenges. Both projects are available to book. Lizzie is also a Mentor of the City Music Foundation City Music Foundation , where she is asked to advise their team of talented young artists on their futures and choices.
"Thankyou so much for helping me to think as creatively as possible about my career path choices at this very important time for me"
Recent Mentor Events
Sorry for the silence folks, its been a busy time at LB HQ. Delighted to announce Tracks4Change, a songwriting competition which aligned democracy with the power of music for change. I co-founded T4C and have been quietly working on it for two years with a group of brilliant people. Together with our amazing judges Actress Maisie Williams , Entrepreneur Jamal Edwards MBE and Bestival Founder Rob Da Bank we have created the UK’s first purpose focussed songwriting competition for 16-22 year olds with something to say using music as their change-making tool. I will be doing some fun tricks and press in the comings weeks to highlight our mission, with the competitions deadline in only a few weeks time. Visit www.tracks4change.co.uk for more info on how you can enter…
Lizzie has been busy creating another type of workshop together with co-collaborator cellist and expert cloud architect Adam Spiers. Earlier this year they piloted their brand new model at the acclaimed Judge Business School of Cambridge University.
The workshop experience is aimed at young business professionals in higher education aswell as for team building exercises and creative days in corporations and businesses.
Lizzie recently visited her old school Lady Manners with CK have percussionist Pedro Segundo.