St Patrick's Day Countdown 🍀

Open search Close search

Close menu


Anfield Teenager wins scholarship for one of the UK’s top music schools

5 years ago

By The Guide Liverpool

Anfield Teenager wins scholarship for one of the UK’s top music schools

An Anfield teenager is celebrating after being awarded a full scholarship to attend one of the UK’s top music schools.

Charlotte Meredith, 18, who attends North Liverpool Academy, will have her tuition fees paid for her full course when she starts her three-year music performance degree at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire in September.

Although already accepted to study at the conservatoire, Charlotte had to do a further audition before a panel to secure the funding.

Charlotte’s musical journey started at Anfield Road Primary School when she started playing the ukulele in Year 5 with her classmates. Her potential was spotted and she then began to attend Resonate , Liverpool’s Music Education Hub, based at Notre Dame Catholic College, which then enabled her to choose her next instrument – the double bass. She now also plays the bass guitar.

MORE: The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s only outdoor concert is happening in Birkenhead

Charlotte said: “When I chose to play the double bass my mum said, ‘let’s think about this, what about the violin?!’, but I said that’s what I want to play! It was just the sound of it that made me want to play it.

“When I have my degree I want to come back to Liverpool and do a PGCE. I already volunteer at Resonate and at the primary school where my mum works so I already know how great to be able to see children progress and it’s lovely to get that feeling.

“Resonate has done so much for me, they have made a real impression and they see people as musicians.”

Resonate has also supported Charlotte to study for her music GCSE and A level in the evenings and she is part of the first cohort of young people to study the A level through Resonate. The hub also supported her university applications.

Although Charlotte hasn’t even started her degree yet, she already has plans to return to Liverpool to study for a PGCE when she has completed it.

Resonate, formerly the Liverpool Music Support Service, is an Arts Council-funded service that works with 16,000 children and young people a year in most schools across Liverpool. Find out more about them here.

Get all of the latest news for Liverpool and beyond here.

Got a story you would like to share with us? Email us at and follow us on TwitterFacebook and Instagram for regular updates for Liverpool.



The Guide Liverpool

About Us

We showcase the very best of Liverpool City Region through stunning video features and keep residents and visitors updated on what's on and what's good. About Us

The Guide Liverpool

Meet Our Team 👋

Meet Our Team
Eurovision 2023 - Jay And Gem - The Guide Liverpool Video Production

The Guide Liverpool

Video Production & Advertising

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Suspendisse quis eros sit amet mi eleifend tincidunt. Services