Live Music Now case studies

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A music residency in an Edinburgh early years centre

Friday 23rd October 2015

Scottish Book Trust believes babies are born musical; after all, the first sound a baby hears is its mother’s heartbeat. Live Music Now Scotland has teamed up with Scottish Book Trust to work on their ongoing Bookbug programme, designed to explore the links between music and language development.  Scottish Book Trust invited musician Marianne Fraser to Fort Early Years Centre… [read more]


International Residency - Blue Frog in Mumbai

Wednesday 20th March 2013

Scottish traditional musician Laura Grime completed a 3 month 'Creative Futures' residency in Mumbai, funded by Creative Scotland. Laura worked with young people in Dharavi, one of Asia's largest slums, in a project hosted by music venue BlueFROG. Laura also worked to develop the skills of outreach music leaders and music teachers in Mumbai.

"The last 3 months have… [read more]


Wee Drams, Live Music Now Scotland

Saturday 9th February 2013

This was a South Lanarkshire Council partnership multi-arts project. It was developed in response to an identified need outlined by the Care Commission's focus on meaningful activity. The programme focused on Dance, Reminiscence through Drama, Arts, Music and finally Screen. Projects were run in 7 central care homes and LMN Scotland delivered the music element of the project comprising a… [read more]