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THE JAMES LANGLEY MEMORIAL TRUST

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The James Langley Memorial Trust (JLMT) is a grant-making charity assisting the young musicians of the CBSO Youth Orchestra.

Past recipients are to be found throughout the music profession. Many are highly successful teachers, performers and music administrators, whilst others enjoy a diversity of careers in other areas.

The JLMT was established in 1995 in memory of James Langley (1927-94), a BBC Senior Music Producer, Trinity College of Music Examiner, composer and brass band competition adjudicator who devoted 38 years of voluntary service to the Midland Youth Orchestra (MYO) which was founded in 1956 by CBSO General Manager Blyth Major. James was a founder member of the MYO as a French Horn player, subsequently becoming its inspirational Conductor, Music Director and Chairman. 

The original charitable objective of the JLMT was to award funding annually to MYO players. In 2004 the MYO was incorporated into the new CBSO Youth Orchestra and since that date the JLMT Trustees offer financial support to players in the current CBSO Youth Orchestra and to those who have left the orchestra within the twelve months preceding their application.

Charity No: 1045160

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