At Hal Leonard Europe we have a passion for making music. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to benefit from lifelong music-making and to be able to have the opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument and sing. We strongly support music industry and music organisation groups who continue to lobby for music education to be a formal part of every school’s curriculum, enriching lives and helping to develop life-changing opportunities for young people. We are proud to support and participate in community music-making and learning projects, enabling music-making and creativity for anyone, crossing all musical genres and musical cultures.
Youth Music Awards
Youth Music is the UK’s biggest music charity. It funds over 350 projects across England every year, reaching young music makers from early years through to age 25, representing a huge range of styles, ensembles and ways of making music. The charity’s mission is for inclusive excellence, believing that every young person should have the opportunity to participate and achieve in music regardless of their background or circumstances. The projects they support are driven by the positive impact that music can have on young people, many of whom are facing a range of challenges in their lives.
Hal Leonard Europe is the principal sponsor of the Youth Music Awards. The annual event celebrates a more diverse future of music, platforming emerging talent and leaders who might face barriers into the industries because of who they are, where they’re from or what they’re going through.
You can find out more about Hal Leonard Europe’s support for the Youth Music Awards here.
The German Music Information Centre, part of the German Music Council
The Deutscher Musikrat (also known as the German Music Council) and Hal Leonard Europe work together to support musical life in Germany. The German Music Council runs a wide variety of long-term projects, including the German Music Information Centre (MIZ), which is a centre of excellence and a point of contact for anyone seeking information and data about musical life in Germany. Representing over 14 million music-loving citizens who, for professional reasons or as amateurs, are affiliated with the Musikrat and its member organizations. Throughout this partnership, Hal Leonard Europe supported the German Music Council and MIZ with several exciting projects, including the publication “Musical Life in Germany”, a research initiative collecting data on music in Germany captured in a series of unique infographic posters called Musical Life in Numbers (Musikleben in Zahlen), as well as the launch of MIZ’s brand-new website in German and English.
HAL LEONARD EUROPE IS PROUD TO BE PARTNERED WITH A WIDE RANGE OF MUSIC ORGANISATIONS AND CHARITIES