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Ensemble Reza's April Fools Family Concert ... and have a go on a range of instruments!

  • The Kings Church, 33-35 Victoria Road Burgess Hill, England, RH15 9LR United Kingdom (map)

Come and hear Ensemble Reza perform a lively April Fools Concert (for strings and typewriter!) and then ‘have a go’ on a wide selection of instruments including wind, brass and strings with West Sussex Music.  Come and also meet the brilliant Kindermusik team.

Ensemble Reza are excited to be running their fourth Family Concert this year. These events are always a sell-out and prove very popular with children, parents and grandparents, so remember to tell all your friends and book early!

Audience feedback from previous Family Concerts:

‘Great music – you know how to get little children interested in music – wonderful atmosphere’
‘everything was fabulous! I loved the way the musicians were explaining different pieces of music making it so very enjoyable and bringing it to life for the children!’
‘Amazing afternoon – great idea for children to try different instruments’

There will be a number of activities for you to enjoy:

Ensemble Reza will start the afternoon with an interactive April Fools Concert with plenty of audience participation and musical jokes for everyone to enjoy. 

After the concert there will be an opportunity to try a range of wind and brass instruments with teachers from West Sussex Music and string instruments with Ensemble Reza.

Kindermusik will also be available for you to take part in their Imagine That and Young Child programmes, focused on developing musicianship at pre-school and primary school age.

Tickets, valid for both concert and activities:

Ticket Type
  • Adults: £10 and children 5-18 years: £5
  • Family tickets: 2 adults + 2 children: £28 & 2 adults + 3 children: £32

Tickets available from: Carousel Music (Haywards Heath), Wealdon Stores (Cuckfield), SWALK (Lindfield), The King’s Church (Burgess Hill) and online at

Ensemble Reza have been running concerts and an innovative programme of education and community work in the region for over 4 years.  The group became a BBC Ten Pieces Champion in 2015 and works closely with partners West Sussex Music delivering workshops in schools. Their fourth community orchestra programme started in January 2017 for people of all ages and abilities and currently has over 80 members.