Aldeburgh Young Musicians (AYM) is a progressive artist development programme for musicians aged 10-18, based at Snape Maltings Concert Hall. Part of the national network of Centres for Advanced Training, Aldeburgh Young Musicians facilitates the musical development of over 50 passionate young people, unlocking their potential through a range of inspirational and immersive residential courses and additional activities.
Members of AYM have access to some of the best musical training on offer, collaborating with expert professional musicians and like-minded peers to explore a diverse range of musical styles and approaches. Through interactive musical activities with an emphasis on autonomy, AYMs are encouraged to innovate as their creative selves.
Each AYM experience is unique. We work with a vibrant range of inspirational professionals who bring their own individual approach, expertise, and experiences to the programme.
An introduction to AYM
We are so grateful to our supporters, without whom none of our work would be possible. Visit Support us to find out how you can help.
Supporters contributing toward Aldeburgh Young Musicians include:
Ganzoni Charitable Trust, The Leverhulme Trust, Sorkin Family Charitable Trust and Trinity College London.
AYM is a Department for Education Centre for Advanced Training (Music)