Fundraising event in aid of international flaustist Carla Rees in Croydon on Friday!
The 2011 Christmas Collection is now available from our online shop.
The closing date for applications to our Awards for Ensembles and Groups and Professional Development Awards is Monday 31 October.
Applications are now open for the 2011 Peter Whittingham Jazz Award, one of the most prestigious awards available in UK jazz.
Tickets for the Service at Westminster Cathedral are now sold out, however we have a limited number of combined Service/Lunch tickets remaining.
Edward Gardner, conductor of this year's Last Night of the Proms, praised and thanked the Musicians Benevolent Fund's 'ongoing wonderful support' in his traditional Conductor's Address.
A proportion of fees from the innovative Art Enterprise Diploma run by the London School of Business and Finance will be donated to the Musicians Benevolent Fund.
Musica Benevolens, commissioned by the Fund, has been composed by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Master of the Queens Music and the Fund’s President.
A grant has been given to vocalist Eva-Maria Hess after her home was burned to the ground during the recent London riots.
The Musicians Union has recently claimed that professional musicians are being "emotionally blackmailed" into working for free at charitable and fundraising events.
This September, WorldService Project embark on their European musical adventure 'Match and Fuse', a project made possible by the Peter Whittingham Jazz Award.
This year’s BBC Proms have begun at the Royal Albert Hall with a host of performers and composers from all over the world. There is something for everyone to enjoy at this extraordinary array of concerts, and we’ve picked out two which may be of special interest to supporters of the Fund.
Musicians Benevolent Fund Suggia Gift recipient Michael Petrov has won the European Suggia Prize, competing against some of Europe's finest young soloists.
Book tickets for this special celebratory concert taking place at the Royal Festival Hall this Saturday 9 July at 7.30pm.
After a day of auditions, six talented young individuals have been awarded a total of £18,500 to help with the study costs of musical theatre courses.
Address: Musicians Benevolent Fund 7-11 Britannia Street, London, WC1X 9JS
Telephone: 020 7239 9100