Transforming Communities

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


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

We hope you will enjoy it. Feel free to share with anyone who may appreciate some music right now.



Week 10 schedule: 
Monday 1 June , 11am
We share a short documentary looking back at the European Federation of National Youth Orchestras Bootcamp when 15 young musicains from across Europe met in Glasgow for a intensive 4 days to make music and experience performing for different audiences, produced in partnership with the National Youth Orchestras of Scotland. Suitable for the general public.
Wednesday 3 June, 11am

We’re delighted to share a short concert from Live Music Now Munich with the Tetra Brass Quartet. Suitable for the general public. 

Thursday 4 June, 11am
A concert aimed specifically for pupils of the Royal Blind School in Edinburgh by Sirocco Winds.
Suitable for all including young people with additional support needs.
Friday 5 June, 7pm
Clarinetist Seraphin Maurice Lutz, from Live Music Now Munich, performs Weber’s Grand Duo Concertant for clarinet and piano.
Sunday 7 June, 7pm
Rebecca Murphy, soprano with Live Music Now Scotland and Fionnuala Ward, pianist with Live Music Now South East, perform a concert of songs from the 1920s, 30s and 40s era.  Suitable for older people at home in isolation, those that would have attended day centres, those living in care homes, those living with dementia and suitable for the general public too.
A group of people in a recording studio, singing and clapping hands

Asylum Sounds

Life is sweet when we sing together Life is cool when we dance all night We need kind people to make life better We take

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