The Royal Albert Hall is a world-class performance venue which delivers innovative education programmes and outreach projects for thousands of children each year, from schools matinees to Victorian tours, maths workshops and careers sessions.
RCM Sparks is the Royal College of Music's groundbreaking Learning and Participation programme. It provides opportunities for everyone to make or learn about music at the RCM and offers training for the next generation of music educators.
ABRSM is the UK’s largest music education body, one of its largest music publishers and the world’s leading provider of music exams, offering assessments to more than 630,000 candidates in 93 countries every year.
BBC Proms and London Performing Groups
The Bhavan is the largest centre for traditional Indian arts and culture outside India. Our expert teachers and visiting performing artists are dedicated to sharing classical Indian arts and culture - dance, music, languages, yoga, art, archaeology - in an authentic way. They delight audiences at our centre in West Kensington and inspire our students to value their communities and commit to their own development be it personal, artistic or spiritual.
Charanga is a UK company occupying a unique position in music education. Charanga develops specialist educational technology for music, creates its own high quality content utilising premium music copyrights, and combines these in a range of popular programmes for schools, teachers and children all supported by training and CPD. Charanga's award-winning Musical School programme is used by many schools across the Tri-borough Music Hub.
In 2011 Chickenshed launched a new inclusive theatre programme in Kensington & Chelsea.
Creative Futures is a multi-arts organisation delivering high quality music and arts programmes to meet targeted priorities in Early Years, SEN, Primary, and with Looked After Children.
English National Ballet brings world-class classical ballet to the widest possible audience - delighting them with the traditional and inspiring them with the new.
ENO aims to create new audiences for opera, by producing English language performances that are affordable and accessible to anyone and offering learning opportunities to all ages.
Fulham Symphony Orchestra is a big, ambitious amateur symphony orchestra based in West London, performing three or four concerts a year.
London Music Masters’ (LMM) vision is for a world where there is equal access to the very best music. We are raising standards of instrumental tuition in primary schools, focusing on the areas of greatest need. At the same time we support emerging international soloists to place education at the heart of their music, so that they are as skilled at engaging with communities outside the concert halls as they are performing to audiences within them.
As the UK’s organisation for amateur music we provide resources, advice and opportunities for amateur music groups and individual musicians, and campaign to ensure more people have the opportunity to experience music making in the UK.
The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Arts Service is committed to supporting the arts in Kensington and Chelsea, for the benefit of the arts community, residents and visitors alike, including increasing access to and participation in the arts.
The Academy is world-renowned as a centre for musical excellence. It is home to some of the greatest musical knowledge, talent, passion and commitment in the world. Open Academy enables participants from schools and a variety of community groups to become part of this unique energy by working creatively alongside our world class artists and students, making music at the highest level.
In addition to delivering more than 170 mainstream concerts per year, the Orchestra’s award-winning community and education programme, RPO Resound, uses the transformative power of music to reach the communities the Orchestra serves, providing inspiring musical experiences in a range of settings from prisons to primary schools and beyond.
An established innovator, Serious is one of Britain’s leading producers and curators of live jazz, international and new music. Serious’ Learning & Participation programme brings professional artists and the wider community together, offering opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to participate in music; to inspire, engage and learn.
Sound and Music is the national organisation that supports people of all ages and stages of life to create and enjoy new music, by providing activities, resources and training for young musicians and their teachers.
Sound Connections develops, enables & empowers young Londoners through high quality music-making opportunities.
The Classical Road Show
Provision of music lessons, concerts, storytelling and shows for early years, primary ages and those with additional needs.
The Rhythm Studio is a rock and pop music academy in London where students are inspired to develop their musical talents while learning the songs that they know and love, rocking out in bands, and playing live gigs.
The Voices foundation is a music education charity which helps primary schools to transform learning outcomes through the power of high-quality music education. VF aims to transform the lives of primary school children by developing their musicianship skills and thereby their self-esteem, socialisation and emotional intelligence.
Wigmore Hall's renowned Learning programme reaches a broad and diverse audience through innovative creative projects, concerts, events and online resources and it inspires new connections between people and music and builds connnections between people through music.
Youth Music Theatre UK (YMT) is the leading music theatre company for young people aged 11-21, specialising in creating brand new musical theatre and providing training opportunities for young performers and musicians as well as emerging directors, writers, composers, choreographers, designers and stage technicians.
Latymer Upper School is a leading co-ed school in West London for children aged 11 - 18 providing first class music and performing arts facilities. It focuses on both academic achievement and the development of pupils into well-rounded and caring members of an unpretentious, cosmopolitan and tolerant community. It has one of the UK's most generous bursary programmes and an equal spread of entrants from the state and independent sector.