Our latest Impact booklet provides a snapshot of our work and its direct impact in the communities where we operate, as well as the new ground we’re breaking with orchestras, music leaders and creative practitioners.
You can also read about our plans for the future and how we intend to deepen our impact through innovation and leadership.
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Our infographic sheets give a quick overview of our four strands of work for people who prefer graphics and statistics.
Find out more about our highlighted projects and dive deeper into the topics we've been advocating about in 2022 below.
We work tirelessly with our partners and communities to co-curate creative solutions to support some of the most vulnerable people.
Our model of work ensures that new ideas are embraced, and sustainable relationships are built between professional orchestras, event audiences, community groups and local partners including local authorities, music education hubs and health and social care providers.
It just helped me a lot to inspire myself to be […] the best I am really, the best version of me.
~ Destinies participant
We use our voice to advocate for the role of music in improving the population’s health and wellbeing and championing local communities and their aspirations.
Our Regenerate series and Tea break conversations help us share best practice and learning, and encourage ideas exchange with people from outside the orchestral sector.
Arts have intrinsic value - social, community building, mental/physical health, education, innovation. All cultural work of any merit has intrinsic value.
~ Regenerate panellist
Our Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation uplift will enable us to create a three-year strategy, which tests and develops new ideas and ways of working with our communities, as well as extending our influence and leadership within the orchestral sector.
None of this could be achieved without working closely in partnership, with co-design and delivery at the heart of our collective approach.
~ Orchestras Live Producer
We are extremely grateful for the support we continue to receive from our funders and partners. In particular, for the core support we receive from Arts Council England, The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, The Scops Arts Trust, The Foyle Foundation and the Garfield Weston Foundation, which allows our vital work to continue.