Romsey Festival of Youth Music 2019

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Romsey Festival of Youth Music 2019

22 June to 7 July 2019

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First week

22 June - 29 June 2019

Second week

30 June - 7 July 2019

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4 October 2019

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About The Festival

The Festival was conceived in 2017 by Stu and Miriam Marchant who wanted to hold an event that showcased the broad range of musical talent among the young people.  At a time when Music in schools is being marginalised, the Romsey Festival of Youth Music aims to celebrate the sheer joy of young people making music together.

The first festival in 2017 was a tremendous success and it is now an annual event.  Taking place in the last week of June and first week of July, the Festival includes a wide variety of events from ‘Romsey Live’ to school concerts, and a ‘Pianothon’ to a ‘String Spectacular’.

Stu and Miriam are the Festival Directors of Music and arrange the events and musicians.  In 2018, a committee was formed to support them with the organisation of the Festival, raising funds and providing financial and general governance.

The Festival constitution can be viewed by clicking here.

Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy, Code of Practice and Procedures


The Romsey Festival of Youth Music fully recognises its responsibility to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children participating in any way in the festival.  The purpose of this policy is to provide the festival committee members and volunteers with the guidance they need to keep children participating in the festival safe and secure and to inform parents and guardians how it is intended to safeguard their children whilst participating in the festival.

The full policy can be viewed by clicking here.

Equality Policy


The Romsey Festival of Youth Music is an inclusive festival where we focus on the well-being and progress of every child and where all members of our community are of equal worth.

We believe that the Equality Act provides a framework to support our commitment to valuing diversity, tackling discrimination, promoting equality and fostering good relationships between people.  It also ensures that we continue to tackle issues of disadvantage and underachievement of different groups.

We recognise that these duties reflect international human rights standards as expressed in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities and the Human Rights Act 1998.


The full policy can be viewed by clicking here.