As Live Music Now (LMN) Scotland celebrates its 30th anniversary this month, there is a real feeling that it has come of age. Last year, the branch devolved into its own organisation with a board of trustees, something which director Carol Main says offers more direct control. It is the latest milestone on a journey which started in 1984 when she was invited to set up a Scottish branch of the organisation founded in 1977 by Yehudi Menuhin. His dream of ‘bringing live music back into the everyday lives of people of all ages’ has given pleasure to hundreds of thousands of people while also providing unrivalled experience and paid work to a generation of young musicians.
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