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Performers: Tuesday 13 November 2012
A day of rehearsals, 5000 audience members, and an evening of performances, all rolled into an amazing time-lapse video
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
Bells Angels are a unique handbell group comprising of students from Carew Manor School in Wallington, Surrey. They spoke to Claire Jones before their Royal Albert Hall debut.
Egglescliffe School is a comprehensive school from Stockon On Tees spoke to Welsh harpist Claire Jones about performing at the Schools Prom.
This nine piece band from Durham performed on Tuesday 13 November 2012
This ensemble involves around 500 young people from the Huddersfield area in West Yorkshire. They are performing on Tuesday 13 November.
The piano trio is one of many senior groups from Milton Keynes Music Service. They spoke to Welsh harpist Claire Jones before their performance.
The jazz orchestra is made up of members from Blaenau Gwent, Monmouthshire, Newport and Torfaen. They spoke to Claire Jones ahead of their Schools Prom performance.
Carnatic music is considered one of the oldest systems of music in the world and this ensemble form London will be performing on Tuesday 13 November
The choir was established in 2009 and is based in the Rhyl area of North Wales. They spoke to Claire Jones before their Schools Prom performance at the Royal Albert Hall.
Ripple Escola de Samba are from Ripple Primary School in Barking and will be performing on Tuesday 13 November.
Mammoth Sound are a London based band, who write and perform their own material. The band will perform on Tuesday 13 November.
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This vast ensemble of over 600 young musicians from Bradford and the surrounding area will perform on Monday 12 November.
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.
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.