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Traditional Tunes for Tiny People

Wednesday 30th September 2015

After being awarded funding from Creative Scotland Youth Music Initiative, Live Music Now Scotland was delighted to be able to develop its project ‘Traditional Tunes for Tiny People’.  

The project, which first piloted in 2011, exposes babies and infants to traditional Scottish songs… [read more]


Calling all care homes and music leaders - please complete our Choir in Every Care Home survey!

Tuesday 29th September 2015

A Choir in Every Care Home is an exciting new initiative to explore how singing could feature regularly in care homes across the country. Please help us to achieve this vision!

We have created two surveys: to gather views about music in care homes and… [read more]


Live Music Now Wales presents FESTIVE ALL!

Friday 25th September 2015

Live Music Now Wales is excited to announce plans for a very special fundraising event this November 29th.

Festive All! is a one day inclusive music event for all the family, held in the Grade II listed banking hall of their new offices in… [read more]


Ursula Crickmay joins LMN as the South West Branch Director

Friday 25th September 2015

“The potential of live music to engage people, bring them together and give them a voice is something that has inspired me since I first joined a choir as a slightly tuneless 7 year old.  So I’m really excited that I have got the opportunity… [read more]


Harp to harp with HRH Royal Harpist Anne Denholm

Friday 25th September 2015

Gillian Green (LMN Auditions Director and harpist) spoke with our newest musician who also happens to be the Official Harpist to the Prince of Wales, Anne Denholm.

Gillian Green: Congratulations and a warm welcome to LMN. As HRH The Prince of Wales is our Royal… [read more]


Live Music Now at the Royal Society of Medicine

Wednesday 16th September 2015


All at Live Music Now are delighted to be partnering with the Royal Society of Medicine to lead a conference examining the current evidence base for using music to impact different neurological disorders amongst older people. This includes how live music can affect… [read more]


Live Music Now auditions for musicians in Scotland

Wednesday 16th September 2015

Are you a musician based in Scotland? Want to play gigs in unusual settings, and get paid?

It’s approaching audition time once again at Live Music Now Scotland. We’re looking to find musicians and bands to play paid gigs in unusual settings. Do you… [read more]


All Together Now returns to the Horniman Museum - Free music event for families with children with disabilities and their siblings

Thursday 10th September 2015


Live Music Now presents All Together Now! at the Horniman Museum and Gardens Pavilion, Sunday the 13th September from 2pm - 4pm.

Join us for a FREE interactive and fun afternoon of music making for families with children with disabilities and their siblings. Meet… [read more]


Live Music Now Auditions for London & South East Musicians

Tuesday 8th September 2015

Calling all musicians in London and the South East of England! Is your ensemble looking for regular, paid performance opportunities?

Live Music Now, the UK's leading musician development and outreach charity, is auditioning for new soloists and ensembles based in the South East of England.

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Rising stars perform morning concerts in the Usher Hall

Tuesday 8th September 2015

Last Monday the Edinburgh Festival came to an official close with an impressive Fireworks Concert from Edinburgh Castle that was seen across the city, marking the end of another packed programme of theatre, dance, music and comedy. The culture didn’t disappear overnight though. The morning… [read more]

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