London Music Masters believes that enabling opportunity, diversity and excellence in classical music will inspire positive change for individuals and communities.
Beginning in 2009, the LMM Awards are given every three years to violinists between the ages of 16 and 25 who demonstrate the potential to become artists worthy of an international career.
The Bridge Project is an educational initiative which identifies and nurtures young children who might not otherwise have the opportunity to engage in classical music.
LMM Ambassador Benjamin Grosvenor has had a busy summer so far with his recent appearance at the BBC Proms, the release of his brilliant new album, Dances and preparing to perform a new piece of work, Day Break Shadows Flee, which has been composed for him by Judith Weir, the newly appointed Master of the Queen's Music.
Click here to read about Benjamin's summer!