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How to find funding to purchase a musical instrument.

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Benslow Instrument Loan Scheme
Benslow Instrument Loan Scheme

The Benslow Instrument Loan Scheme lends high quality string and woodwind instruments to musicians aged between 7 and 25.

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The Cherubim Trust
The Cherubim Trust

The Cherubim Trust lends professional standard instruments to music students aged between 15 and 23 for up to 5 years.

 

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Creative United's Take it away
Creative United's Take it away

Take it away aims to make musical instruments more accessible by providing interest-free loans of up to £25,000.

To be eligible to apply for a Take it away loan, you must be:

·         EITHER an individual over 18 buying an instrument for a child under the age of 18

·         OR an individual over 18 using the scheme to buy an instrument for themselves (or someone else, e.g. as a gift)

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The EMI Music Sound Foundation
The EMI Music Sound Foundation

The EMI Music Sound Foundation is an independent music education charity to improve young peoples' access to music education in the UK & Ireland. They offer musical instrument and equipment awards for schools, music teachers and individuals in full time education. You can apply directly to the Foundation for this assistance.

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Loan Fund for Musical Instruments
Loan Fund for Musical Instruments

The Loan Fund for Musical Instruments is a charitable trust set up to help young professional musicians buy the instruments that are appropriate for their career stage. They also run a grant scheme that helps students, professional musicians and established instrument makers in the UK.

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Royal Philharmonic Society Sir John Barborolli Memorial Fund
Royal Philharmonic Society Sir John Barborolli Memorial Fund

The RPS Sir John Barbirolli Memorial Foundation provides funding for young musicians who do not own an instrument suitable for their professional training. The scheme is open to students at UK Music Conservatoires or Colleges of Music.

 

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