International organisations

Music Education UK

Lang Lang International Music Foundation

+1 (0)212-518-7175

215 West 40th Street, New York, NY, USA

In 2008, our organization  set out to change the face of music education.

Our goal was to educate, inspire and motivate the next generation of music lovers and performers. With your support, we have not only achieved that, but we continue to do so on a larger scale than I ever imagined possible.

Music Education UK

Music as Therapy International

+ 44 (0) 20 7735 3231

11 Mowll Street, London SW9 6BG, United Kingdom

Our aim is to make the unique and life-enhancing benefits of music available to as many vulnerable, marginalised people as possible.

Our approach has been developed over twenty years of working internationally, beginning in Romania and expanding to reach multiple countries in four continents.

Drawing on the core principles of music therapy, our projects provide training to staff working in schools, care centres and residential homes. Our accessible approach equips them with new ways of working with vulnerable people in their care on a day-to-day basis, using simple music therapy techniques.

There is no one-size-fits-all model. We have a portfolio of adaptable activities we can tailor to suit local needs. These activities are developed in collaboration with our Local Partners, in keeping with our values as an organisation.

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European Concert Halls Organisation (ECHO)

Rue Ravenstein 23, Brussels, Belgium

The European Concert Hall Organisation (ECHO) is an active network bringing together many of the major concert halls in Europe in order to promote professional exchange, shared reflection and the initiation of joint initiatives.

The European Concert Hall organisation constitutes a platform for open exchange and for joint thinking on the opportunities, developments and shared challenges central to the lives of concert halls in the 21st century. The ECHO member halls come together to learn from, and be inspired by each other and to initiate ambitious international shared initiatives.

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PRS for Music

+44 20 7580 5544

2 Pancras Square, London, United Kingdom

We pay royalties to our members when their work is performed, broadcast, streamed, downloaded, reproduced, played in public or used in film and TV. 

We support them by influencing policy, supporting and hosting awards and events, and investing in new technology to ensure we’re fit for the digital music age.

Whether we’re funding new music, championing established artists, or helping our members, we’re here to support the future of music and its makers.