Championing young musicians with the Royal Over-Seas League

Making Music is delighted to be partnering with the Royal Over-Seas League for the newly expanded PDGYA scheme to support the career development of promising young musicians.

The Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artists scheme (PDGYA) recognises some of the UK’s top young musical talents and provides Making Music groups with an affordable way of booking artists.

We are thrilled to bring on Royal Over-Seas League (ROSL) as a collaborator. Founded in 1910, ROSL is a non-profit private members' organisation dedicated to championing international friendship and understanding. ROSL supports talented young artists and musicians from the UK and internationally, providing performance and exhibition opportunities which bring their work to the attention of the professional arts community, media and general public.

Geoff Parkin, Artistic Director at Royal Overseas League, said:

‘ROSL are pleased to collaborate with Making Music in connecting the winners of our renowned Annual Music Competition with the PDGYA scheme. Undoubtedly concert opportunities are crucial for musicians at this stage in their careers, and the opportunity to enhance the experience for ROSL alumni by them joining the PDGYA scheme will be a significant and valued added benefit for them.’ 

The PDGYA scheme, in partnership with Royal Over-Seas League and Brighton Early Music Festival, is available thanks to funding from the Phillip and Dorothy Green Music Trust, a legacy of composer Phillip Green which supports the development of young musicians and composers.

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