Dozens of people are expected to attend an art event in Hull today which will see live music, theatre, comedy and poetry all come together to celebrate the talent of the city. Entrance Pearson Park is free.
"The Pearson Park Trust is delighted, in the splendours of their nationally recognised listed park in the heart of Hull's creative area, to arrange a showcase for the talents of Hull's cultural and creative community."
Artists will be showing their work throughout the park for all to see and the event will include a number of different acts and activities including musicians, crafts, poets and comedians. Food and fairground rides will also be available.
Primary school pupils are tuning up for their debut, alongside some of the best musicians in the country.
All 350 children at Windmill School in Leeds are taking part in the concert tomorrow at the city's Town Hall - and it's only 4 months since they started to learn how to play their instruments as Emily Kerr reports.
This video shows Alexandra Keeley from Ilkley playing a complex Mozart piece in D minor. The 9-year-old has won a place at the world famous Yehudi Menuhin School in Surrey.
It is one of the best music schools in the world with fewer than than 70 pupils. Alexandra is taught by her mum who was a professional violinist but the whole family is going to uproot to near the school to help Alexandra fulfil her dream.
A Rotherham woman with terminal cancer has achieved a lifelong ambition and recorded her own single. Sue Whitham wants her single - called Believe - to inspire others battling the disease.
It's available to download from iTunes now with money raised going to charity including Weston Park Hospital in Sheffield where Sue's received treatment.
Speaking after this year's awards at London's O2 Arena, singer Harry Styles said the award was "crazy". The band also revealed details of an upcoming 'access all areas' film.
Emeli Sande, Ben Howard and all the night's big winners here.
It's hoped a primary school in Leeds will be making sweet music with Opera North for years to come.
Every one of the 350 children at Windmill School will be getting their own musical instrument and being taught how to play them by some of the best musicians in the country.
The singer Jaki Graham has spoken to Calendar about the release of her new album which was recorded in Leeds. She is performing a series of jazz covers and says it is a chance for her fans to hear a new side to her music that is different from the 80s hits that first made her famous.
The singer Jaki Graham has recorded her new album at a studio in Leeds. She had a string of singles and albums in the 1980s and 1990s and is perhaps most famous for her songs 'Could it be I'm falling in love?' as well as 'Set me free'.
Jaki's new album, 'For sentimental reasons', was recorded at the Savile and Chrome studios in Leeds and takes her music in a new direction. It features a series of jazz covers performed with her own unique sound. She hopes it goes down well with existing fans and helps her win a new audience too.
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