Love Music: In Harmony Liverpool

Support In Harmony Liverpool in their expansion from Everton into Anfield. Your support will give children and their families in North Liverpool the tools to build a brighter future for themselves.

About In Harmony Liverpool

In Harmony Liverpool works with 900 children and their families every week in Everton to deliver immersive musical education that improves the life chances of young people. Our families want the very best for their children and future generations. However, many face daily challenges arising from poverty, special educational needs, mental health issues and social exclusion.

Working with children, their teachers, school leaders and community partners in two primary schools and a large nursery school produces a whole-school approach that is child-centred, adaptive and responsive to children’s needs, providing consistently excellent musical education.

The result is that making music, learning a musical instrument, singing, creating, listening and being part of an orchestra that rehearses and performs throughout the community and in venues such as Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is now a normal part of life for Everton’s children.

The life-changing results of In Harmony

The results of In Harmony have been consistently positive. Children become more self-confident, more resilient and more independent. They concentrate more, work effectively as teams, and support one another to achieve their common goals as a community of musicians. Children feel empowered and equipped with the necessary skills and aspiration to succeed in whatever they strive to achieve.

In Harmony not only creates opportunities for young people, but puts them in a position to make active and informed choices about their own future.

It gives you new opportunities so that you can earn a better living, live a happy life.
Year 5 pupil

Our goal for the future

We now plan to extend the reach of the project into neighbouring Anfield, an area facing similarly significant socio-economic challenges where nearly half of children live in poverty.

Your support will enable over 1,500 children and their families to make music through In Harmony each year. With your help, we are confident that we can make a positive difference to the lives of children and families in North Liverpool.

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