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8th - 9th July 2022, Birmingham

National Festival 2022

Music for Youth is delighted to host the National Festival 2022 in three venues across Birmingham. Thousands of young musicians will take part in two days of musical performances, engaging workshops and unique opportunities to meet and speak to music industry representatives. 

We also have non-performance opportunities for young people, including involvement in the curation and production of the festival.

Presenters

Robyn Richford

Robyn Richford is a Scottish Tv/Radio presenter, live host and voiceover artist.
She is best known for her work every Saturday and Sunday morning on ITV's SCRAMBLED, her weekend breakfast show on FUN KIDS Radio and BBC RADIO 1 breakfast and early breakfast takeover.
She has hosted countless Live events everything from introducing Baroness Karen Brady CBE to over 5,000 people too much more intimate panel discussions.

Summaya Mughal

Summaya Mughal is a Senior Broadcast Journalist for the BBC. She has presented shows on BBC Radio 1 and BBC 1, and has won a Radio Academy Award for 30 under 30, as well as the 2020 Newcomer of the Year.

Friday 8th July

Saturday 9th July

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