Blue in Green is a student run jazz ensemble led by trumpeter Tim Wearden. They performed at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday 12 November.
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Performers: Monday 12 November 2012
A day of rehearsals, 5000 audience members, and an evening of performances, all rolled into an amazing time-lapse video
This vast ensemble of over 600 young musicians from Bradford and the surrounding area will perform on Monday 12 November.
Maria Fidelis Convent School is a split site inner city London Roman Catholic comprehensive. The choir will perform at the Schools Prom on Monday 12 November
The 77 strong orchestra spoke to Classic FM before their performance at the Schools Prom.
This large big band consists of many students from North Kesteven School and other schools and colleges in the area - we caught up with the band after their sound check.
Ben & Alfie are a unique duo of five string violin and double bass. They gave a special performance backstage ahead of their Schools Prom debut.
Rock band Double Helix from The de Ferrers Academy in Burton Upon Trent, Staffordshire caught up with Tim Lihoreau after their rehearsal.
The quartet's current players have been together for nearly two years and we caught up with them after their sound check.
This amazing group was a collaboration between young people and staff from Gorron in France and Rochdale. We spoke to them ahead of their Schools Prom debut.
The band is made up of young people from the county of Angus in the North East of Scotland and will perform on Monday 12 November.
Singers Limited is a close harmony group from The Royal Grammar School in High Wycombe. We spoke to them ahead of their performance at the Royal Albert Hall.
56 young performers from Marshfield Primary School, Newport, Gwent make up Marshfield Taiko - we spoke to them ahead of their Royal Albert Hall debut.
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92 young musicians from 21 schools from the Belfast area performed at the 2012 Schools Prom. They spoke to Tim Lihoreau about their performance.
Room 5 are a young, up and coming traditional band from the Outer Hebrides. They spoke to Tim Lihoreau ahead of their Royal Albert Hall debut.
Over 130 young people are members of the orchestra performed on Tuesday 13 November.
This percussion quartet from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire spoke to Welsh harpist Claire Jones about performing at the Royal Albert Hall