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Encouraging Musical Life in Plymouth

Concerts are now resuming - please see the Concert Diary page and follow the link

See the new PMA Book & CD


Our fundraising events all had to be cancelled during Covid, so we are more than ever dependent upon donations and subscriptions to fund our activities, especially the Tuition Project when schools re-start.
Please consider becoming a member or making a donation through our PayPal account.

Plymouth Music Accord is a Registered Charity supporting the appreciation and performance of music around Plymouth for the benefit of all and the young in particular.

Our activities include:

  • Championing live music in the Plymouth area
  • Providing free tickets for children to attend concerts
  • Funding group tuition in secondary schools
  • "Internships" for young musicians to work with orchestras, choirs, etc.
  • "Young Musicians' Platform" helping talented young people start a musical career
  • Representing local orchestras, choirs, ensembles and venues
  • Producing a Concert Diary listing our members' events


We raise money to to fund our work with children and young people - encouraging and developing musical interest and talent.

You can help..

 ..by coming to concerts, becoming a member, sponsoring our work or making a donation.

Please browse our website to find out more.


Choir MD Opportunity

Plymouth Phoenix Chorale is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced Music Director.
See full details here. Applications by 30th April please.



Benedetti Foundation

Benedetti Foundation

Online tuition sessions for young string players are available on the Benedetti Foundation website. These Mini-Sessions are held via Mini-Sessions are held via Zoom, last from 30 minutes to an hour, and cost from £5 to £15 to join.

Our President

Julian Lloyd Webber - copyright Simon Fowler

We are proud and delighted to have Julian Lloyd Webber as President of Plymouth Music Accord. After a stellar career as internationally famous cellist and recording artist, Julian is now Principal of the Birmingham Conservatoire.
He is very active in promoting musical education in schools and is founder of the British Government's In Harmony programme. He is also Chair of Sistema England, encouraging community development through music in some of England's most deprived areas.

"Our dream is that EVERY child should have access to music"
Julian Lloyd Webber


Contact the Plymouth Music Accord

For general enquiries please contact the Secretary:
Roger Viles
14 Kingsland Gardens Close
Plymouth PL3 5NR
Tel: 01752 262668
e-mail: roger.viles@ic24.net

For specific functions please see our Contact List



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