NYO’s Hope Exchange in schools across the UK | Lister Community School

NYO’s Hope Exchange in schools across the UK | Lister Community School

[Music] the whole idea of of this national orchestra can for someone who’s not in it and someone who’s not a main part of music it can seem really far away and it’s something that they’d never be near to to reaching but us coming to them and showing that we’re literally just normal kids like them like we get scared we mess up it’s everything like that it makes music seem a lot easier and a lot more accessible for them and also just it really shows that like everyone can enjoy it the nyo herp exchange has been really wonderful for me like as other people this is kind of my like first real life music event so it’s been really nice to get out of the house not doing it from home and actually really play your instruments with other people yesterday i learned about improvisation because before i didn’t know how to do it i was too scared but as we kept on doing it and make more up and i just got confident when you meet new people you’re always shy but when i met the mio people i got more confident speaking to new people it’s really pushed out my confidence pushed out my music ability and yeah it’s also pushed out my creativity trying to spread hope to people with the concert tours that we do they’re a brilliant way of spreading hope but this is equally as important in in terms of spreading hope because i think i mean we are the next generation and music sadly isn’t looking as strong as it was for other generations so we really need to make sure we we keep instilling the hope in in young children as well overall i think anyway is amazing like they can make you feel comfortable and since i’ve been with them i’ve like i’ve used to do songwriting but using everything that i’ve learned i’ll probably carry on doing it even better [Music] you
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NYO\'s Hope Exchange in schools across the UK | Lister Community School

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