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Helping Karla

Karla has been passing her Grades with Distinction and her beloved teacher (in the picture) believes she is one of the most talented and receptive pupils she has ever encountered! A challenging family situation meant that future lessons could not take place. Karla’s...

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The amazing benefits of music making!

We’ve recently come across a blog that imaginatively explains the wonderful benefits of music making. It’s informative, fun and ties it all together quite smartly. The article covers many different aspects, from music during early development and how music effects...

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Help for Anna

Anna originates from Ukraine and has been living in the UK since 2009. This was a more unusual request for our charity, but we naturally try and help everyone possible with their music making. Anna is a talented mezzo-soprano and needed our help with lessons to allow...

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A clarinet for Antonia

Antonia has been making real progress on a loaned instrument and is about to take her Grade 6. A challenging family situation could not raise the monies to buy Antonia her own instrument. Working with other charities, we were able to step in and help. In her words,...

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A new Ambassador for our charity!

We are very proud to annouce that Parv Kaur is supporting Music for All. Parv said : "I was very fortunate enough to grow up in a musical family, playing instruments on a daily basis and having inspiring musicians around me. From a young age I always wanted to be like...

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Save The Date: 17-18 March 2018 is Learn To Play Day weekend

Join us on 17th & 18th of March 2018, for Music for All’s UK-wide event. Returning for its’ seventh year, the Learn to Play Day will once again offer the general public the chance to have a free 'taster' lesson on a range of musical instruments. In 2017, over...

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More support for Community Sound

We recently ran a story (30th October) on how we had supported the Community Sound project with instruments for their community music events. Working with the lovely people at Markson Pianos, we have also been able to give them a digital piano! Check out this great...

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Help for Paul

Paul used to play drums in bands in his earlier years before his life faced a number of serious challenges involving his mental health. Thankfully he is on the road to recovery and is now living in supported accommodation. What Paul really needed was some drums to...

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Helping Maxim

Maxim has some real talent on the bassoon and had already progressed to Grade 7 with a school loan instrument. He really needed his own instrument. Working with a number of other charities, we were able to make this happen and he is now taking Grade 8 in the new year....

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Supporting MIND

The MIND branch in Ealing and Hounslow is an amazing day centre that recently launched a music group to help their clients. What they needed was instruments and they approached us for support. We were delighted to be able to...

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Helping Livi

We were delighted to be able to support Olivia recently with the new violin she so urgently needed. We have just had an amazing update from her Mum : “Just to let you know that thanks to all the help she received with the new violin purchase, Livi is now flying with...

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The Bursar Primary Academy

This lovely school in Cleethorpes needed our help to provide violin and djembe instruments and specialist teaching to the pupils. The school faces a number of challenges and the Headteacher wanted to extend the music provision to as many of the children as possible....

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Helping the Ensemble Reza

The Ensemble Reza Community Orchestra in West Sussex was established in 2015 in order to bring musicians of all ages and abilities together (there are over 80 of them aged 6 to 81!). This really works and the orchestra even has whole families participating. The...

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Our thanks to Dave!

Dave Hunt tirelessly supports our charity and he spent all of his weekend running a raffle for us at the London Drum Show. Here he is on a special cover of Rhythm magazine and here are all the lucky winners of the raffle. Thanks...

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Support for Liam

During his years at school and college, Liam developed a passion for the bass trombone as both a solo and ensemble instrument. Liam needed our help to source a special mouthpiece to help his playing. He is now a freelance musician and we wish him all the best for his...

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Drums for Rylee!

Young Rylee faces a number of major challenges in his life. Drumming (as is often reported) really helps him to focus and to escape from his medical problems. What he really needed was drum kit of his own that he could play at home. We...

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Supporting the Sweet Recorder Consort!

This amazing London project provides professional training on the recorder at specially subsidised rates for students and especially supports children from poorer backgrounds and ethnic minorities. We had recently had a range of recorders kindly donated to us and we...

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An update on Alex

We supported Alex a few years ago with a violin and she made one of the most charming videos thanking us that we have ever received! We are still in touch with her and her Mum and have been helping with piano lessons over the last few months. She is flying through her...

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Help for the Community Sound Project

Community Sound in London needed our help to be able to run their monthly community music events. The focus here is on participation and breaking down social barriers. Have a look at the pictures, people got involved from the very young right up to a gentleman in his...

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Help for Joshua

Young Joshua is studying for his Masters in Musicology at the University of Oxford. He excels on the violin and needed our support to obtain an instrument worthy of his ever-growing talent. We were delighted to be able to help and expect to hear more from Joshua in...

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Support for the Muntham boys

Muntham House School was set up in 1953 to support young boys with challenging behaviour. We recently met teacher Sydney, who had just started at the school and wanted to bring more music into the school day. Together with our good friends at Sound Technology, we were...

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