Our runners had the chance to see an amazing variety of talented youngsters!

The following young people entertained runners at LLHM 2022:

Drum Works

London's inspirational and vibrant drumming group, Drum Works Barbican, use drumming as a tool to inspire young people creatively. On race day they inspired our runners too!

Waterloo Bridge, Mile 1

Midi Music Company Artists

Music education and artist development charity, The Midi Music Company are happy to announce their participation in the LLHM 2022. Fantastic emerging artists performed a range of contemporary music to the stage for all to enjoy.

Queen Stage, Mile 8

Club Soda

Club Soda is a charity based in Croydon that provides opportunities for people with learning disabilities to access and enjoy music and the arts. They run regular live events, workshops and deliver several pioneering projects including Gig Buddies Croydon and Leisure Link that aim to improve accessibility and promote inclusion.

King Stage, Mile 6

Royal Academy of Music - W1 Brass

W1 Brass was formed in 2018 by friends studying at the Royal Academy of Music in London. As an ensemble they hope to develop further and explore the repertoire available to brass quintets. They want to share their passion for brass chamber music to as many people as possible.  

King Stage, Mile 6

St Marylebone School

2 groups of sixth form students performed at LLHM 2022: one group played their own jazz arrangements of popular hits (including a very different take on a Britney Spears number), and the other was a jazz/R&B singer-piano duo, playing soulful, modern songs written by the singer. 

King Stage, Mile 6

 

Part of a youth group interesting in volunteering? Get in touch to find out more.