LMM - June 2018 Newsletter

London Music Masters
June 2018 Newsletter

This month, we have exciting news regarding this year's Proms! We also have two articles for you to read, and information on a job vacancy at London Music Masters.

We’re playing at the BBC Proms!

This summer London Music Masters students from Ashmole and Jessop Primary schools take part in the world’s biggest classical music festival, the BBC Proms, at Royal Albert Hall.


30 students will perform alongside the BBC Symphony Orchestra at the Ten Pieces Proms (numbers 19 & 20) taking place on 29 July at 13.00 and 17.00.

Ten Pieces is a national programme that introduces school age children to the great composers. London Music Masters’ students teamed up with composer John Barber to create an imaginative response to Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations. Elgar’s original variations were dedicated to people he knew. For this new version, our students opted for some very well known figures to provide inspiration, creating their own variations for Barack Obama, Rebecca Adlington and Rosalind Franklin.

Join us at the Proms on 29 July and support our young musicians. Tickets available here from as little as £6.

In other news...

Our students have been busy helping us to assess our programme! Click here to read more about our evaluation work

Click here to read about the achievements of the graduating Year 6 students on our LMM Learning programme

We are recruiting!
We are looking for an experienced, fast learning, dynamic individual who can provide leadership for an award winning music education programme. This fixed term (maternity cover) contract will be ideal for a senior project manager with experience in arts education leadership.

Click here for full application details.