Helping Tomorrow's Musicians Today
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Cherubim loans professional-calibre instruments to first-study musicians aged 15-25 who cannot afford one that matches their potential.
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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[…]
We’re very excited that we have so far raised £354 through our Co-op members in Tisbury. Huge thanks to everyone concerned – keep it up! Here’s where to sign up if you haven’t already: Co-op membership causes We have produced a new brochure to explain the benefits of partnering with us to businesses in preparation for Read more about More news from Cherubim…[…]
One of our cellists, RCM student Nina Kiva, has Just returned from giving two concerts at the UK embassy in Delhi, as part of a partnership with the Jaguar Land Rover new cars. She writes: “We performed on an outdoor stage, which was a little cold, but we really enjoyed the performances; and the audiences were Read more about Nina Kiva performs in Delhi[…]
Jenni Moss has had an exciting start to the year. She was performing in a new opera company, Siren Operatic Productions, led by soprano Marienella Phillips as artistic director. The production was themed around the Seven Deadly Sins, with arias and scenes representing each of the Sins performed by singers from the Royal Welsh College Read more about News of awardee Jenni Moss – exciting times[…]
Julia White has been giving regular concert tours for P&O and Cunard: and this year she is looking forward to trips to Hawaii and the South Pacific, the Med, Iceland & Greenland. Shes says ‘If any Cherubim supporters happen to be on one of the same cruises, it would be great if they made themselves Read more about Julia White embarks on cruise ship tours[…]
Cherubim is holding a reception on Friday 16th March (7.30 for 8) at the Festival’s new home, Compton Marbling, Fonthill Gifford, SP3 6SG (by invitation of Humphrey & Solveig Stone) to announce plans for Cherubim Youth Music Festival ’18. We are greatly honoured that the Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire, Mrs Sarah Rose Troughton has agreed to attend, Read more about Cherubim reception – 16th March 2018[…]
Cherubim awardee Daria Lalji (Double Bass) has rejoined the London Schools Symphony Orchestra and will be playing in their concert at the Barbican on 9th January 2018. She has had a busy Autumn term which included playing in the orchestra for her school musical Oliver!, and in the Chamber Orchestra accompanying professional soloists in Mendelssohn’s double concerto. Daria also obtained Read more about News flash: Daria Lalji rejoins London Schools SO[…]
Great news about our Cherubim awardee and flautist Octavia Lamb: she has won the place of 2017/18 flautist on the English National Opera’s ‘Evolve Pathway scheme’. Octavia plays in rehearsals for ENO and is mentored by their principal flute. We wish her every success in this exciting new role.
Cherubim has acquired two new bows to complement the 1752 Klotz violin given in memory of Keith Dale. One is a baroque bow, the other an early classical design. Both are modern copies made by the young Israeli bow maker Eitan Hoffer. Eitan Hoffer bows