Helping Tomorrow's Musicians Today
What we do
Cherubim loans professional-calibre instruments to first-study musicians aged 15-25 who cannot afford one that matches their potential.
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We have an instrument bank now numbering 32, ranging from violins to vibraphone. Maybe we can help you?
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Join us at one of our public performances. Next is Gabrieli: Magnificats, Motets, & Masses 7+8 April.
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Myleene Klass has condemned cuts to music tuition in schools, joining many public figures and musicians calling for all pupils to be given the right to learn an instrument. The classically trained former pop star said research showed music can help boost children’s intellectual, linguistic and emotional development. “Because it’s not maths or English, not what Read more about Top musicians unite in call for all pupils to have the right to learn an instrument[…]
‘Classical Music is for all – so why are young people being deprived of one of life’s great pleasures?’ says Rob Rinder in the London Evening Standard. ‘Learning a musical instrument nurtures independence, confidence, staying power, collaboration, even mathematical capability. More importantly, it fosters imagination, and the connection with something beyond everyday curricular drudgery. I Read more about Great music is for everyone[…]
Grace Callaghan is a third year BMus flute student at the RNCM. She writes ‘My tutors tell me that to progress further it’s vital that I have a flute of a professional standard, but I don’t have the means to buy a better one with my student debt now rising to £69,000.’ Principal flute in Read more about Can we make Grace’s dreams come true?[…]
No primary-aged child should miss out on playing music say former winners of the BBC Young Musician . When three musical prodigies took the stage on Sunday night to battle for the prestigious title of BBC Young Musician, the virtuosity on display will leave viewers in no doubt about the musical potential possessed by some Read more about No primary-aged child should miss out on playing music say former winners of the BBC Young Musician[…]
The winners of the BBC Young Musician competition unite in a plea for all primary school children to be given free music lessons This year, the BBC is celebrating 40 years of its Young Musician competition. All of us past winners take great pride in its legacy, which is a part of the musical heritage Read more about BBC Young Musicians plea for free music lessons for children[…]
On Friday 13th July 2018 we will be hosting the Midsummer Song event at Compton Marbling. Details here
The Gabrieli event held in St John’s Church, Tisbury over the weekend of the 7th and 8th of April was a resounding success! With the Cherubim Singers coming from far and wide to participate, joined by Michael Maxwell Steer on the Organ, Sam Wiggs on bassoon, and Resonate Brass (from the brass section of Exeter Read more about Gabrieli weekend: a great success[…]
Violinist Annie Pullar is a recent graduate of the Royal Welsh College (RWCMD). During her final year she began playing a viola loaned from the College. “I quickly realised I had really fallen in love with the instrument, and now want to return to college to undertake a Masters; but I can’t afford a second Read more about Annie Pullar[…]
Here’s something to celebrate: The Cherubim Music Trust has just received its first payment of £354 from the Co-op in Tisbury – which represents 1% of the purchases of Cherubim-supporting members in the Tisbury Co-op. A massive thank you to all who have contributed – well done everyone. The Cherubim Music Trust was adopted by Read more about Something to celebrate[…]