Water City Music

Inspiring young musicians to perform at striking venues across the UK
About Us

Events and Programmes

Current WCM events

  • July 4th – Berrybank Amphitheatre ‘Classical Light’ event in partnership with Orchestra Pro Anima
  • July 5th – Oasis concert at Roof Gardens, Canary Wharf London
  • July 6th – Oasis event at HSBC Canary Wharf
  • October 19th – Leominster ‘Classical Light’ event in partnership with Orchestra Pro Anima
  • October 20th – Northleach ‘Classical Light’ event in partnership with Orchestra Pro Anima
  • October 21th – Dragon Connects Festival at Southwark
  • November 10th – Oasis event at St George the Martyr Southwark
  • November 16th – Oasis event at Burford Oxfordshire
  • December 8th – Oasis event at St George the Martyr Southwark

Celebrating Music in Southwark – joyous

“Thanks for putting on an amazing concert. Thank you, Esther and Michael, for working with our children and giving them a fantastically enriching experience. The children were beaming. Wow. I can’t wait for the next one!”

– Head of Music, James Woolfe Primary School and Centre for the Deaf

“Thank you so much for organising last Saturday’s violin concert. It was such a great opportunity for my daughter. She really enjoyed it and felt very inspired by playing with real concert musicians. We loved it, too!”

– Parent

“Water City Music embodies my ideal of egalitarian music-making, where musicians of all ages and stages enjoy performing together. Playing an instrument has transformed and enriched me throughout my life, and I am so happy to be part of a project that enables others to be touched by music, too.”

– Esther Cavett, accompanist

“I thoroughly support this project and the inclusion of children in concerts so that different generations perform together. It is their future and the future of music.”

– George Ewart, professional violinist

“Nothing inspires the fledgling musician more than combining with those to whom music is their calling, in front of an audience composed not only of peers and relatives, but the general public. I wish every success to Water City Music”

– Chris Yapp, Chairman, Oxfordshire Youth Music Trust

“Water City Music bridges the gap between generations of music-makers and the wider community”

– Alice Murray, cellist

Children involved in the Children in Wonderland Project 2020

Children Performing at the Tower of London in 2019