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LMN musicians to perform at the Edinburgh International Festival

Wednesday 12th June 2013

LMN ensembles from across Europe will be performing a series of cafe concerts at this year's Edinburgh International Festival in celebration of Yehudi Menuhin and his close ties to the festival. In August 2013, ensembles from the UK will perform a concert series alongside musicians… [read more]


Live Music Now marks Mental Health Awareness Week

Friday 17th May 2013

Live Music Now musicians are performing at St Mungos Homeless Shelter in Camden and St George's residential Mental Health Unit in Islington to mark Mental Health Awareness Week. Dance and movement are encouraged in the sessions linking music to this year's national aim of using… [read more]


LMN film and musicians featured at Untold Stories launch event

Friday 17th May 2013

Live Music Now musicians Gnawa Yinga opened the launch event for the Media Trust's Untold Stories series at ITV Studios yesterday. Untold Stories is a new five-part series profiling the extraordinary work of small charities from across the UK. Each film has been directed… [read more]


‘Songs and Scones’ Brings the Elderly Together in Ryedale

Wednesday 15th May 2013

Older people throughout Ryedale are being brought together to enjoy monthly concerts, tea and conversation, with musicians from the renowned Live Music Now Charity (LMN). Older people are particularly vulnerable to social isolation and loneliness owing to loss of friends and family, mobility or… [read more]


Live Music Now seeks Strategic Director for Wellbeing

Wednesday 8th May 2013

Live Music Now seeks a part-time Strategic Director for Wellbeing to lead LMN's development of work with older people. Deadline for applications is Tuesday 28 May 2013 at 5pm. More information can be found here.

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Live Music Now welcomes two new trustees to the Board of Governors

Friday 8th March 2013

Live Music Now welcomes two new trustees, Alasdair Tait and Baroness Morgan of Ely, to the Board of Governors under the Founder Chairmanship of Ian Stoutzker CBE. Alasdair Tait will serve as the Governor of England's South East/London branch. An alumnus of the Live Music… [read more]


Live Music Now chosen to have film made by Media Trust

Wednesday 13th February 2013

Live Music Now has been given the opportunity to tell its story by national communications charity Media Trust, Sainsbury's and Google. The Untold Stories scheme matches small charities with top filmmakers who volunteer their time to create professional films that demonstrate the impact of… [read more]


Live Music Now welcomes new London and South East Director

Thursday 4th October 2012

Live Music Now welcomes Nina Swann as the new London and South East Director. Nina has over ten years of music outreach experience, developing and managing programmes at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, the London Symphony Orchestra, The Opera Group and Sound Connections.… [read more]


Piano postcards go on display as stars support University of Leeds charity initiative for Live Music Now

Tuesday 2nd October 2012

Piano postcards go on display as stars support University of Leeds charity initiative Live Music Now has been selected to benefit from a charity auction being organised by the University of Leeds. Famous faces as diverse as Sir Paul McCartney, singer-songwriter Emeli Sandé, acclaimed writer… [read more]


Jazz and Jabs - UK Older People's Day

Monday 1st October 2012

LMN jazz musicians brought a festive feel to the routine business of flu jabs to mark Older People's Day. Tom and Andrew Bunting played for two hours at St John's Way Medical Centre. They were joined by one of the surgery's patients, a retired drummer… [read more]

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