Supporting Jake

Jake is currently studying A level music and was in urgent need of a good quality electric guitar to meet his growing abilities, as well as his performance tests for the exams . His family situation was not going to make this possible. To his credit, Jake managed to raise some monies himself and we were delighted to be able to help with the rest. Here he is with his new pride and joy!

Jake Callis

Helping Valdas

Valdas used to play the accordion in his native Lithuania before moving to the UK in 1996. Sadly, he was not able to bring his beloved instrument with him when he came here. Valdas suffered a severe head injury after a fall in 2012 and has subsequent ongoing problems with memory and concentration. Valdas often leads music groups at the Headway East London organisation and playing music is significantly helping his general wellbeing. The one thing he really needed was his own instrument….and that is where we came in!

Valdas Zoruba

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Supporting Nayoung

Nayoung has made exceptional progress on the flute in the short time she has been learning, reaching Grade 8 within 2 years! A challenging domestic situation meant that her lessons were about to end. We were delighted to be able to step and keep her playing. She has now secured a place with the Oxfordshire County Youth Orchestra and we expect to be hearing more from this talented young musician in the future!

Nayoung

Drumming support for Daniel

Talented Daniel has achieved Grade 7 and 8 in both drums AND guitar and is studying music at Kesgrave High School. He badly needed an electronic kit to enable him to learn and rehearse both at home and at band practise. Working with other charities, we were able to help and here he is both rehearsing and performing!

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Helping Hannah

We are proud to help people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. Hannah is in her third year of studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire and badly needed a better cello to enable her to progress. Hannah raised a large part of the monies herself and we were able to help, along with some other charities.
Here she is performing where she is making excellent progress with both her technique and sound…expect to hear more from Hannah in the future!

Hannah Chappell

Support for Hannah and Penny!

Hannah and Penny are both members of Bromley Youth Music Trust and the one thing they both needed (but were not able to afford) was an instrument of their own. Our charity is very fortunate to receive regular donations of instruments from the general public. Here are the girls proudly playing their new instruments. BTMY sent this message – “Thanks you for making 2 girls very happy and investing in future musicians – music changes lives!”

Hannah Konradt-Williams

Penny McGhee