The Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) Music Awards are the highest recognition for live classical music-making in the United Kingdom. Presented in association with BBC Radio 3, the awards are governed by the Society's guiding principles of Excellence, Creativity and Understanding.
Baz Chapman, Sing Up Programme Director said:
"We are very honoured to be shortlisted for awards which are so prestigious and highly contested. Thanks to the support of Government and tens of thousands of people across the country, Sing Up has helped to ensure that music is a part of all children's lives and that they are singing more and singing better. We've enjoyed bringing a wide range of music into the classroom, including commissions from composers such as Orlando Gough, Ronald Corp and Alexander L'Estrange, and in so doing, are developing the musicians and audiences of the future."
So, fingers-crossed! Winners will be announced Tuesday 10th May 2011.
For more information or to view the others shortlisted, visit the RPS Music Awards website.