Elicia was nominated for a Scholarship at the age of seven, because she clearly loved playing in her beginner violin group at primary school and showed real natural talent, both musically and technically on the instrument.
13-year-old violinist Maxwell from Lambeth is one of our 2016-20 Scholars, and had it not been for the pandemic, he would have had his graduation ceremony this week.
Today is the day... our Champions for Children page is now live, and any donation (up to £12,000) received this week will be matched!
A New Created World, one of our 2019-20 Partnership projects, was a collaboration between Camden Music Service, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (OAE) and the Royal Academy of Music (RAM). It was an ambitious and imaginative project led by an incredibly talented team, which took place over two terms and culminated in a joyous performance.
12 year old Shreya from Harrow has been a London Music Fund Scholar since 2017 and is an incredibly talented and dedicated musician.
12-year-old Dean is a guitarist from Hounslow, and one of our 2018-22 Scholars. He sent a lovely video for our Scholars Making Music campaign to keep everyone smiling, and it really cheered us up in the (remote) office!
Ten-year-old Africa is one of our new 2019-23 Scholars and is a very gifted musician. She is making brilliant progress on the saxophone thanks to her hard work and dedication, and she is enjoying playing with the Haringey Training Wind Band.