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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]


Spaces available at singers' retreat with Sally Burgess

Thursday 2nd August 2012

From 28- 30 August 8 LMN singers and 2 pianists will be working with Sally Burgess in the beautiful surroundings of Rhosygilwen, in West Wales. In addition to Sally's classes, there will be sessions on Alexander Technique with Fiona Bryan and 'The Psychology of Performance'.… [read more]


Sarah Derbyshire, LMN Executive Director, to take up new appointment

Thursday 2nd August 2012

The Board of Live Music Now announced today that Sarah Derbyshire, Executive Director of Live Music Now, will be leaving to take up the position of Managing Director of the National Children's Orchestra on 24th September 2012. Ian Stoutzker, Chairman of Live Music Now,… [read more]


LMN at Luminate: Scotland’s creative ageing festival

Thursday 26th July 2012

Live Music Now is delighted to be featured in Luminate, Scotland's creative ageing festival, with twenty performances by LMN ensembles in care homes from Edinburgh to Shetland. Throughout October, Luminate will throw a spotlight on over 200 inspirational arts activities - many of them free… [read more]


LMN soprano Reisha Adams who won the inaugural Ian Stoutzker prize at the RWCMD

Wednesday 11th July 2012

LMN musician and MA Opera Performance student, Reisha Adams, has won the final of the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama's inaugural Ian Stoutzker Prize for outstanding musicianship. Her prize of £10,000 was awarded by a distinguished panel chaired by internationally renowned Conductor, Carlo… [read more]


Live Music Now featured in The Times

Tuesday 10th July 2012

Live Music Now's work is featured in an excellent article on the healing power of music in health settings of The Times' Section 2 ('Rocking all over the ward' by Barbara Lantin, 10vii12) There's little doubt that live music brings something extra to the party.… [read more]

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