10 January 2022
By Ellie Palmer
The foundation's new office will allow a focus on expanding partnerships and programmes in the UK, USA, and globally.
The Lang Lang International Music Foundation, one of the premiere music education organisations focused on educating, inspiring, and motivating the next generation of musicians, has established a brand new office in London.
This is the foundation's first major office in the UK and will focus on expanding partnerships globally. The new office will be headed up by Oli Rose, who has previously served as the foundation’s Creative Director throughout 2021.
Rose plans to scale its initiatives that bring entertainment and inspiration to children going through bereavement and to children with illness or limited life. He hopes to develop a wider global community of ambassadors, artists, musicians, and creatives to help support and inspire children who are going through unimaginably difficult times.
Over the coming year, new programme initiatives will be created for in-need areas worldwide. He comments, “On a daily basis, we see first-hand how music education and experiences with music can impact a child’s life for the better. Not only with social development and confidence-building but with emotional connection, even in our current and collective hard times. The foundation’s global development aim is to continue building opportunities to provide this positive impact to the children that need it most, all over the world.”