We provide life changing experiences around mass musical events transforming the meaning of music making for all participants. We strive to ensure all our activity is fully accessible and that everyone is able to attend our events regardless of background or circumstance.
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“The sessions of course focus on the experience of the child but trust me it has had an enormous emotional impact on me as a parent..... Youth culture is currently digital devices, virtual reality, games and any child learning an instrument is increasingly 'different' (at least in the state education sector) so this extra effort to 'holistically' support children learning a string instrument, bringing them together in this inspiring and fun way is vital food for the soul of our future humanity and the future of music.”
If you would like to make a donation to the Foundation to support future Benedetti Sessions, both live and virtual and enable thousands more young people and teachers to experience the transformational effect of our workshops, we would be pleased to hear from you.
Your donation will enable:
children, students, teachers and adults to continue to attend and participate in Benedetti Sessions both in person and virtually
the development of our virtual series of activities including the Virtual Sessions, lunchtime and after school online live sessions
the development of our online video series, ‘With Nicky’ bringing Nicky and our team of tutors’ teaching tips into the home of every child and teacher (this series so far has over 4.8 million views)
primary school classes and classroom teachers to access the Benedetti Sessions Primary School Workshops
My child has has a huge musical growth spurt due to the workshop experience, both before and after. Her confidence has skyrocketed and she is more inspired and motivated than ever.
- Parent of London Intermediate participant