National Open Youth Orchestra

About the National Open Youth Orchestra

Now in its fifth year, the National Open Youth Orchestra (NOYO) is a hugely creative, pioneering inclusive orchestra where talented 11-25 year-old disabled and non-disabled musicians rehearse and perform together. It works with cutting-edge composers to create exciting new music that marries the sounds of  acoustic, accessible and electronic instruments such as the Clarion, Seaboard RISE and LinnStrument.

Come watch NOYO live in their debut concerts, with four relaxed BSL-Interpreted performances:

24 April - Milton Court Concert Hall, London, 4-5pm
15 May - St George’s Bristol, 4-5pm
22 May - Lighthouse, Poole (live and streaming), 4-5.30pm 
5 June 2022 - Town Hall, Birmingham, 4-5pm

'What Fear We Then?' Music Video