Join us online this evening at 7pm when we’ll be taking a look at some beautiful archive performances from the violinist Yehudi Menuhin, whose birthday was last week.
The American musician, conductor and human rights campaigner was born in New York City on April 22 1916 and founded Live Music Now with Ian Stoutzker in 1977.
Wed 29th Apr, 7pm
We share another fabulous concert from Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now München e.V., this time with music for clarinet.
Fri 1st May, New Antonine Brass, 11am
A fun, interactive music workshop, suitable for under fives
Sunday 3rd May, 7pm
Traditional Scottish singer Iona Fyfe, suitable for the general public, older people in care homes and those living with dementia.
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Many thanks for all your support.
Live Music Now Scotland continues bring the joy of music into people’s lives, even during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our Together at Home series is a programme of brand new concerts, recorded especially for sharing with our longstanding audiences, whether that’s older people in care homes, children in school or nursery, or people on lockdown in every one of Scotland’s 32 local authorities. And now even further beyond!
Live Music Now Scotland was keen to find alternative ways of sharing music in the community during the Covid-19 lockdown. Music is more vital than ever in these uncertain times, providing a way to take our minds off the current realities that are unfolding and lift us out of the stress and worries of daily life. It was also crucial that we found a means of financially supporting our 118 emerging artists during a difficult time and ensuring their work remained accessible.
We have commissioned a special series of videos, recorded in living rooms around Scotland – or wherever our artists are on lockdown – that will be available to view on YouTube for a limited time. Here are some dates for your diary, please join us on Facebook to share some wonderful music Together at Home.