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MMY - Overview

 
In memory of the Manchester arena bombings, Manchester Musical Youth, an amazing youth group and choir, recorded a song in our studios to raise funds for the Manchester Emergency Fund.

Performing "Sail To The Stars" which is adapted from the musical "The Pirate Queen" a recent, well performed, production from the Musical Youth Group.The song fittingly talks about loss and grief. A perfect way to commemorate those lost and raise some money for the cause.In the video to the right you can see a short capture of the day.
With interviews by Ben Richardson with some of those involved, including Kimberly and Dave See the whole day, from the live room recording to the epic choir session. 

The song fittingly talks about loss and grief. A perfect way to commemorate those lost and raise some money for the cause.In the video to the right you can see a short capture of the day. With interviews from some of those involved, including Kimberly and Dave. See the whole day, from the live room recording to the epic choir session.

 

Special Thanks to the following people

 
Musical Director Kimberly Holden
Keys 1 Giles Deacon
Keys 2 Ruairi Leonard
Bass Dave Holden
Drum kit Patrick Noone
Percussion Trevor Bartlett
Clarinet Elliott Holland

Singers
Soloist Eliza Nelson
Manchester Musical Youth
Manchester Musical Youth Apprentices
Manchester Musical Youth Graduates

“Sail To The Stars”
From ‘The Pirate Queen’
By Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Sch?nberg
Music by Claude-Michel Sch?nberg
Lyrics by Alain Boublil, Richard Maltby, Jr.
and John Dempsey

Copyright © 2005, 2006, 2007 by Bouberg Music Ltd.
These lyrics, sung by students of Manchester Musical Youth, have been recorded with special permission

 

Sound Engineer Jamie Bradbury  

Videographer Callum Hilditch Crimes

Interviews by Ben Richardson


Manchester bombing: Arena to reopen with charity gig in September 2017

   

 

Manchester Arena will reopen on 9 September with a charity concert to raise money for a permanent memorial to honour the 22 people killed at the venue in May. We Are Manchester will feature an eclectic line-up of the city’s artists, including Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, the Courteeners, Blossoms and Rick Astley.

The poet Tony Walsh will perform This Is The Place, his celebration of the Mancunian spirit, which reduce thousands to tears at a vigil the day after the bombing.All profits from the concert will raise money for the Manchester Memorial Fund, a charitable trust overseen by the lord mayor of Manchester, which will go towards establishing a permanent memorial for the attack.