Our STories

FInd out more about how Live Music Now Scotland works with people and communities across Scotland to nurture talent and bring music into lives.

When our live programme of concerts was cancelled last year, we took our music online instead, with a colourful selection of workshops and performances.

I spoke with my deaf friends a lot and have a good general grasp of what works in terms of harmonies. Lower notes and vibrations tend to be less painful.

From childhood audience member to talented young musician - a meeting of two LMNS clasarch players.

In support of #ClassicalCOP26 we feature our range of sustainable focused projects.

As part of Live Music Now Scotland's 'Composing with Care' project, memories from older people in care homes became the inspiration for a brand new suite of songs.

I really wanted the piece to be interactive. I wanted the audience and the performers to enjoy it, and to give them something to take away.

Babies and toddlers can discover traditional Scottish tunes from an early age, thanks to interactive performances with LMNS artists.

A music residency in an Edinburgh early years centre allows children to develop their language skills through music, dance and percussion.