Love Music inspires and empowers people to be curious, creative and adventurous with music, regardless of their skill base or background, raising aspirations and changing lives.
For our communities to have no-barrier access to the highest quality musical encounters that leave them inspired to engage in their own creative journeys and open to new ideas and experiences.
Love Music’s work focuses on:
~ No-barrier *, accessible experiences, and a culture of equality across all activity
~ The power of learning and the educational impact on participants
~ Providing the highest quality experiences with exceptional artists and practitioners
~ Embracing diversity and providing access to culturally diverse music
~ Creating inspiring experiences that enrich participants’ lives, and inspire their families and communities
~ Insisting on excellence and being artistically ambitious
~ Innovation, enhancing its work and enriching the sector through new thinking around delivery, planning and engagement
* No-barrier access means that wherever possible we do not discriminate on the basis of ability to pay, social background, previous experience, musical skill, or physical or mental ability, and that we have an aspiration to deliver inclusive and accessible experiences to all who wish to take part.
What we do
Love Music creates and produces a portfolio of adventurous participatory projects and new music through which young people and communities can come together with musicians in a professional setting and participate in inspirational music making.
There are 2 clear strands to our work: Community and Young People, and under each strand we offer a number of projects and opportunities for people to participate. Click on Projects in the menu to find out more about each project.
The Love Music Team
The team expands depending on how many and what type of projects we are working on. We also partner with many arts organisations and local authorities from across the UK and are very grateful for all the support we receive from these colleagues – there are far too many to name here but they know who they are! More information on our project partners can be found on each project’s website or Projects pages.