Congratulations to performers & figures in the music world receiving Queen’s Birthday Honours

A number of musicians and key figures in the industry have been recognised in the 2015 Queen’s Birthday Honours list for services to music.

Amongst the recipients include legendary singer-songwriter Van Morrison, head of Universal Music Group Max Hole, composer Karl Jenkins, conductor Sir Neville Marriner and PPL’s Director of Performer Affairs Keith Harris.

Presented by Queen Elizabeth II and published in the official Crown newspaper, the royal honours celebrate outstanding commitment and achievement across various areas, with 2015 seeing a total of 35 recipients from musical backgrounds.

Help Musicians UK want to say a big congratulations to all the recipients and for making a positive contribution to the world of music that we enjoy and appreciate so much.

You can read a full list of the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2015.

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