We all love a good Christmas song. And we know it’s a little early to be thinking about the C-word, but we’ve got something quite exciting in the works….

We’re planning something a little different for our online advent calendar this year, and we want YOU to get involved! We’re calling for AMS students, alumni and staff from every centre, including AMSonline, to submit Christmas songs to us (either originals or covers) for unveiling over ’12 days of Christmas’ throughout December.

There’s 12 slots available so send us your tracks now for a chance to be featured!

Ideally, we’ve love some video content submissions, but if you don’t fancy showing your face, that’s absolutely fine, you can also send us an audio recording of your track for consideration. 

Tracks can be either re-worked covers of existing Christmas songs, or your own original material! If can you, aim for the track to be between 2 and 3 minutes long. 

Please send entries via email to our social media manager Isobel: isobel.trott@academyofmusic.ac.uk 

Or you can message us on any of our (main UK) social channels: @ams_uk | Facebook | Twitter 

We can’t wait to hear from you!

AMS x

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