Harmony Works awarded grant by The Wolfson Foundation

We are delighted to announce that The Wolfson Foundation has awarded Harmony Works a grant to support the restoration of Canada House, to create a music education and performance venue in the heart of Sheffield.

The Wolfson Foundation is an independent charity with a focus on research and education. Its aim is to support civil society by investing in excellent projects in science, health, heritage, humanities and the arts.

Emily Pieters, Project Director said: “We are thrilled to have received The Wolfson Foundation’s support. It’s wonderful that an organisation with the reputation of The Wolfson Foundation has chosen to back Harmony Works, investing in heritage and music to make a difference to the lives of children and young people across the region”.

Find out more about The Wolfson Foundation’s work here.


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