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Profile: Ruth Hopkins of K'antu Ensemble

Monday 22nd August 2016

  We asked Ruth Hopkins, Soprano and Director of K’antu Ensemble, to reflect on her career and work with Live Music Now.                                                                                                         Deciding to train as a professional musician is not for the faint-hearted. Dedication to years of training, saving every penny… [read more]


New Age Music: launch of major new LMN project

Thursday 18th August 2016

We are delighted to announce a unique and creative new LMN project. Award-winning composer Kerry Andrew is collaborating with LMN musicians based at 18 care homes, to draw ideas and inspiration from hundreds of older people. Over the course of 12 months, we will deliver… [read more]


Dementia-friendly LMN events at Edinburgh arts galleries

Thursday 4th August 2016

Live Music Now Scotland teamed up with the National Galleries of Scotland and the Festival and King’s Theatre Edinburgh to create a brand new type of dementia friendly music activity. “All three organisations have been organising events for audiences living with dementia for some… [read more]


Live Music Now Scotland launches Free Fringe Music programme

Tuesday 26th July 2016

Live Music Now Scotland is delighted to launch another programme of afternoon concerts, to run during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the largest arts festival in the world.   In an ongoing partnership with the National Museum of Scotland, the music outreach charity will be… [read more]


New funds awarded for working with young people in York

Friday 15th July 2016

The York Vikings Rotary Club invited Live Music Now's Assistant Director (North East) Deborah Welch to attend a Rotary meeting and to speak to them about our work. She provided background about how and why the charity was founded and explained the different strands of… [read more]


LMN Scotland Director Carol Main attends the European Forum on Music

Tuesday 12th July 2016

Live Music Now is proud to be a member of the European Music Council and part of the network of key music organisations it supports across Europe. The theme of this year’s annual European Forum on Music was ‘Musical Homelands: New Territories’, held in… [read more]


LMN ensembles perform at two events in South London for children with disabilities and their families

Monday 4th July 2016

Catch two free fantastic events in Lewisham this weekend for families with children with disabilities featuring Live Music Now ensembles Palisander (Lewisham People's Day - 9th July) and Tir Eolas (All Together Now at Horniman Museum - 10th July)   Saturday 9th July -… [read more]


Live Music Now returns to Harrogate International Festival on 7 July with a performance by Aurora Trio

Monday 4th July 2016

  Live Music Now returns to Harrogate International Festival with a performance by Aurora Trio as part of their Young Musicians series. The Aurora Trio was established in 2012 by Emma Halnan (flute), Joe Bronstein (viola) and Heather Wrigton… [read more]


Profile: Anna Huntley

Friday 1st July 2016


Described by The Guardian as a ‘fast-rising British talent’, award-winning mezzo-soprano Anna Huntley sings on concert, opera and recital stages in the UK and internationally. 

Anna was on Live Music Now with accompanist James Baillieu from 2008 to 2013.… [read more]


Live Music Now in 2015 – what a year!

Friday 24th June 2016

We are delighted to publish our review of LMN's work in 2015. The Yearbook demonstrates the remarkable range of different approaches that LMN takes. It shows how we have developed our offer for special schools, creating new training programmes, and specialist techniques for use… [read more]

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