Live Music Now has received a grant of £168,653 from the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund to help the organisation recover and return to live.
The first time that I felt the immediate impact of the pandemic within my own work was on 2 March 2020. I was singing in an opera at the Guildhall School of Music
Live Music Now musicians have been chronicling their pandemic experiences in our diary series. I was due to be leaving my formal studies at Guildhall School
In response to the pandemic, the Northern Irish branch of Live Music Now has produced over 30 films from its musicians, which have been made available online:
Live Music Now is celebrating #SocialPrescribingDay with the launch of Including Me, an online family music programme in Cheshire and Merseyside.
Live Music Now Wales is looking for older people living in Cardiff and the Vale to take part in a new, funded music-making project, Mewn Tiwn!
It wouldn’t be St Patrick’s Day without a bit of craic agus ceol (fun and music) so join Live Music Now’s Irish trad musicians Conor Lamb and Deirdre Galway for a
Welsh beatboxer, DJ and rapper Dean Yhnell (Beat Technique), has been part of the Live Music Now scheme in Wales since 2017, working as a soloist and as part of
Live Music Now was saddened to hear of the death of Tony Thornton, MBE at the end of January. Through the regular support of Mayfield Valley Arts Trust which
Mae cerddorion Cymru Live Music Now sydd wedi’u lleoli yng Nghymru a Llundain wedi bod yn brysur yn recordio a pharatoi cyngherddau i ddathlu Dydd Gwyl
Welsh Live Music Now musicians based in Wales and London have been busy recording and preparing concerts to celebrate St David’s Day* and share the joy of
A professional cricket player and BBC Sports commentator, Mr Peter Walker was well known for his contributions to the sporting world, but he had a secret talent.