Music is the international language and Great Britain and Ireland is home to some of the most talented young instrumentalists and vocalists in the world. We celebrate this talent with a sequence of competitions that offer thousands of young people the chance to demonstrate their musical skills - classical and modern, in the UK and through our programmes overseas
Click HERE to find more about how to start your club's youth programmes
The Young Musician competition provides a stage for musical talent to shine in regional competitions before the grand final itself. Starting with club level competitions, winners progress to district events, then regional, and ultimately a national final
If you get the chance to attend any of the competition events you will not leave without being impressed by the talent that the young people demonstrate. The competition is open to young people aged 17 or under on the 31st August 2016
If you are a music student, teacher or looking on behalf of the school and interested then please ask for details from the Contacts list, alternatively email below and we will put you in touch
Full rules for the 2018/19 competition are available from the lnks below. Please note that these rules apply to the regional and RIBI finals. District and local event rules may differ
Our the Disrict 1060 Young Musician Competition is organised by Rtn. Dale Wilkins from the Rotary Club of Stourbridge and his team. Dale can be contacted from
Full rules will be available from the links on this page, along with a poster to print off to promote the event
Download the poster from HERE
Download the 2018/19 Information Pack from HERE
(N.B. The above downloads into a word document and make take a few moments)
Should you notice any errors or links that don't work please contact the administrator from HERE
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