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The Show Goes Online! Live Music Now musicians continue to connect with audiences in the South West

Friday 5th June 2020

Elly Hopkins and Stuart Oliver of the Hopkins Oliver Duo are recording concerts for older people in care. From April 2019 to March 2020, Live Music Now South West’s musicians delivered over 500 sessions reaching more than 15,000 people throughout the region.… [read more]

 

Welcome to week 11 of Together at Home with Live Music Now Scotland!

Thursday 4th June 2020

  This week we include a concerts from across the LMN family, from our friends at Live Music Now Berlin and also Live Music Now's Northern Ireland branch (part of their #LMNatHome programme). We'll be realeasing links to the concerts below on our social… [read more]

 

Evan Dawson to leave Live Music Now

Monday 1st June 2020

  Evan Dawson will shortly step down as LMN’s Executive Director, after seven years in the role. During Evan’s leadership, the organisation has come a long way. It has delivered over 27,000 music sessions, working with over 1,000 professional musicians, reaching over half a… [read more]

 

Welcome to June and week 10 of Together at Home with Live Music Now Scotland!

Monday 1st June 2020

  This week we cross borders with a collaboration between Northern Irish musicians based in Scotland and the South East of England alongside concerts by musicians from our friends from LMN Munich.  All of our concerts are available to view at www.youtube.com/livemusicnowscotland We hope you… [read more]

 

LMN musicians continue to reach audiences in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, East Midlands and the North East of England

Friday 29th May 2020

LMN musician Rosie Hood has recorded a series of songs for the Singing Club at Tweendykes School.   LMN North East exists to bring exciting live musical experiences directly to people in special schools, care homes and community settings. In a ‘normal’… [read more]

 

NI musicians take isolated audiences on musical journeys online

Wednesday 27th May 2020

 

Live Music Now, the leading UK musicians’ development organisation, has responded to the challenge of the pandemic through new ways of bringing the uplifting power of music to people in care homes, special schools, hospices and others. Its young musicians, who usually… [read more]

 

This week’s online video schedule from Live Music Now Scotland

Saturday 23rd May 2020

Hard to believe that we are already entering week nine of lockdown! Thank you for enjoying some music with us along the way. It has been great to discover new artists in Live Music Now branches around Europe and it has given the musicians… [read more]

 

A Musician’s Life in Pandemic: Deirdre Galway and Conor Lamb

Friday 22nd May 2020

An excerpt from a commissioned series of videos the musicians are creating for care homes

  Northern Ireland Branch Director Alice Lewis interviews musicians Deirdre Galway and Conor Lamb of Live Music Now ensemble Réalta.   What did your ‘normal life'… [read more]

 

National survey launched to look at singing for health groups and community choirs during lockdown

Wednesday 20th May 2020

  Live Music Now is partnering on a new study led by The Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health on the measures taken by Singing for Health Groups and Community Choirs to keep singing, despite the lockdown.   The Sidney De Haan Centre… [read more]

 

This week’s online video schedule from Live Music Now Scotland

Monday 18th May 2020

Thanks to everyone who has watched our music videos during lockdown. We are grateful for all the likes, subscribes and donations and really appreciate your support. We hope the concerts are bringing some joy into your lives at the moment, despite the difficult circumstances.… [read more]

 
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