Founded in 2001 with the support of the Gosling Foundation, the Cherubim Music Trust offers professional-calibre instrument loans for up to five years to young, gifted musicians at a stage in their career when little other help is available. Click here to see what instruments we currently have available. You can make an application by following this link. Please note that the Trust does not give monetary loans or grants, and does not offer electronic instruments.
You can also view videos of our current awardees in performance with their loaned instruments here.
To donors, the Cherubim Music Trust offers a community of discriminating music lovers whose interest is in promoting the highest standards of instrumental music, and provides an opportunity to follow the development of the young musicians the Trust supports. Find out how you can be part of this by following this link.
David Ganderton and Jo Broad were elected to the Cherubim board as Trustees this week. Both are music lovers local to Tisbury. David has had contact… read more >
We welcome Nina Kiva as the first awardee of the ‘Judith Rocke’ cello. This is a magnificent instrument presented to us by Judith Rocke’s family… read more >
This summer Cherubim Music Trust is hosting a Summer Festival of four concerts featuring Cherubim Musicians in Tisbury Wiltshire. We’re very excited about this venture,… read more >
Trust director Michael Maxwell Steer gave his first organ recital for 50 years in aid of Cherubim Music Trust and St John’s Development Appeal last Saturday.… read more >
Fortunately it was the last day of good weather when our new Cherubim Musician Diogo Gomes came to Tisbury to perform on our new Majestic vibraphone with… read more >
Gabriella Jones put our 1756 ‘Keith Dale’ violin through its paces in an inaugural performance of Corelli and Bach at the Savile Club Aperitif Concert… read more >