A world where every child can access the transformative power of music

Our award-winning
music Schools 

What difference would it make if every child could access the transformative power of music? We see the answer to that question every day, teaching 1200 children each week in some of London’s most economically disadvantaged boroughs.

Musicians of Change (PGCEi)

Are you a musician ready to make a difference today?


Applications are now open for Musicians of Change (PGCEi), the year-long programme for musicians committed to transforming music education.

Our impact

We teach 1000 children from inner city primary schools in London every week. 41% of our pupils are eligible for free school meals.



of parents surveyed in 2018 agreed their child had displayed increased concentration and enhanced ability to work in a team during their time with Music Masters. 89% agreed their child has displayed increased confidence, and 88% said their child had displayed increased happiness.


pass rate for pupils taking ABRSM exams. In the last five years 15% of our pupils have reached grade 5 or above. 10% of our graduates continue to music conservatoires.

A diversity and inclusion strategy tool created by the music sector to change the music sector.

The Music Masters PGCEi In Group Instrument Learning

Join the team of teachers who believe in the undeniable power of music.


Teaching instrumental lessons in groups is crucial to building confidence and a sense of community for young musicians. Group teaching is a popular model of music teaching in UK primary schools due to its practical and economical benefits. Our PGCEi in Group Instrument Learning is a one-year course that will equip you with the essential and practical skills needed for the demands of group instrument teaching.

How you can help

Our supporters enable us to achieve life-changing outcomes for the children in our communities.
The generosity of individual donors, corporate partners, charitable trusts and foundations means we can work with primary schools in some of the most diverse and disadvantaged areas of inner-city London.

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