What We Do
The Trust can assist those who qualify for help with regard to:
Provision of a playable stringed musical instrument.
Lessons to learn a stringed instrument.
Exams to progress in the learning of a stringed instrument.
Provision of materials or tools that will enable the learner to reach their full potential.
Commissioning compositions for performance at special occasions.
Any other assistance which falls within the objectives of the Trust.
How To Help
"It is the objective of the Liverpool Quartet Trust to introduce, promote, maintain, improve and advance public education and extend public knowledge of all aspects of the arts, culture and craftsmanship especially musical string instrument appreciation, making, playing and performance throughout musical genres and world cultures.
Also the advancement of equality, diversity and harmony amongst people from differing social and ethnic backgrounds, and the relief of those in need, by reason of youth, age, ill-health, disability, financial hardship, exclusion or other disadvantage, through craftsmanship and the arts. "
“The Liverpool Quartet Trust believes passionately that music making should be considered a life-long joy and experience ... from the womb to the tomb as it were .
The aim of the Trust is to help and support individuals and groups to be 'as good as they can be' and in doing so improve health and well-being as we travel through our musical journey."
The Liverpool Quartet Trust needs donations to fund and facilitate its work. This includes the funding of the ‘Scouservarius Legacy Project ‘to help pay for the wood, materials, tools and time spent working on and documenting the project.
Donations would be gratefully accepted using the PayPal Donate button on the Trust website www.liverpoolquartettrust.com
And of course individual volunteers are required to help make the instruments.
If you’d like to take part in the project as a corporate sponsor or volunteer-maker please email us at: