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Happy Birthday Yehudi Menuhin!

Wednesday 22nd April 2015

Today would have been the 99th birthday of our inspirational founder Yehudi Menuhin.   He was born in New York on this day in 1916, and made his first public appearance aged 7, as a solo violinist with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. He went… [read more]


Live Music Now partners with Creative Inspirations in Shropshire

Sunday 29th March 2015

Live Music Now is helping forge an ambitious arts and health movement in Shropshire, led by Dr Jane Povey. Together, we hope to bring live music and arts participation to all members of the community.   Jane has been a GP for twenty years… [read more]


Profile: Tir Eolas

Sunday 29th March 2015

LMN South East ensemble Tir Eolas are an eclectic alternative-folk group who draw on their Celtic and English folk roots to create their unique combination of traditional folk and original material. The group first took form busking on the streets of London and have… [read more]


Can music be medicine?

Friday 27th March 2015

Last month, we addressed a group of MPs, peers and sector leaders at the House of Lords to discuss the potential for live music to play a greater role in society. Our musicians have seen countless times how their music can dramatically change the… [read more]


Live Music Now selected by Rhinegold Charity Fund

Friday 27th March 2015

The Rhinegold Charity Fund, which offers £10,000-worth of advertising spend across Rhinegold’s wide range of classical music and education publications,websites and services, has been awarded to Live Music Now and Young Classical Artists Trust for the 2015/16 financial year. Ciaran Morton, managing… [read more]


Congratulations to Julian Lloyd Webber on his appointment as Principal of Birmingham Conservatoire

Friday 20th March 2015

Following the retirement of Professor David Saint, Birmingham Conservatoire announced this week that Julian Lloyd Webber will be taking over as its new Principal next month. The news has been greeted with great excitement by the conservatoire, in Birmingham, and throughout the music and… [read more]


LMN International Development - Mumbai Music Residency

Friday 27th February 2015

The third of our international mentored residencies in Mumbai, funded by Creative Scotland, also got underway at the start of the year. Orkney-born musician Jennifer Austin is currently out in India for three months, leading workshops, teaching, performing and learning. Jen is working with five different partner… [read more]


Ground-breaking new music residency at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital

Friday 27th February 2015

Live Music Now has formed a new partnership with Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust in Liverpool to deliver a year-long musical mentoring programme for patients. Funded by Youth Music, the programme will include a unique training opportunity for four LMN musicians to learn about… [read more]


Profile: Slidin About

Friday 27th February 2015

LMN North West Branch Director, Kerry Kalokoh, speaks with Steve, Paul, Matt and Nick from brass chamber music group Slidin' About. Slidin’ About joined the Live Music Now scheme in July 2013. How did you hear about Live Music Now? Paul:  Ian Anstee (former… [read more]


All Together Now! Live Music Now's free interactive music event for families with children with special needs and their siblings comes to London

Friday 6th February 2015

Live Music Now presents All Together Now! at the Horniman Museum and Gardens Pavilion, Wednesday the 18th February from 10am -1pm. Join us for a FREE interactive and fun morning of music making for families with children with special needs and their siblings. Meet… [read more]

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