Can you help us nurture a nation of young jazz musicians?
Your donation, of any size, will help us to support more musicians like those in our case studies.
£20 could provide transport for a young musician facing rural isolation in Cumbria to attend a residential jazz course.
£50 could provide an hour’s 1:1 mentoring to an emerging professional musician, e.g. to accelerate skills progression, or provide specialist counselling for performance anxiety.
£100 could provide a bursary for a young musician in Woolwich to attend a NYJO holiday course spending 4 days developing composition and improvisation skills.
If you’re able to make a recurring donation, have you considered joining our Friends of NYJO, to get closer to our work while supporting a good cause?
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