Bristol Junior Choir is made up of 80 singers aged from seven to 12. The choir aims to foster a love of singing in its members by helping to read music and sing parts in a fun and relaxed way, whilst always aiming for the highest standards. In 2014 the Junior Choir sang for the BBC Food and Farming Awards on BBC Radio 4 and live on the Clare Balding Show on BBC Radio 2. They have given concerts for Open Doors Day, The Rotary Club, Southmead Hospital and this year will be performing with young singers
from South Africa as part of Project Zulu.
Starter Strings and String Group provide a complete progression route for starter and
early stage musicians and act as a precursor to the Junior String Orchestra which is for