When you attach your name, the name of a loved one or the name of your company to an AYM Award, you’re associated with giving wonderful music to the world. If you would like to set up an annual Award to support a genre, instrument, region, organisation or in honour of an individual, we can help you find the best way to arrange the support of a young musician. Here are some of the Awards that have been established by individuals or by their families:
Klaus and Celia Meyer AwardRead more
The Chris Hall AwardRead more
AYM-Milapfest fellowship Awards for Indian Music
In partnership with Milapfest, AYM presents up to six fellowship Awards to young musicians studying Indian Music.
John Lewis Partnership Awards for InnovationRead more
The Alfred Gundry Piano Award
Established in 2017, in the memory of Alfred Gundry, this Award will benefit a talented young pianist based in East London.
The Cheryl King (Hirst) AwardRead more
The Chris Isaac Award for Jazz PianoRead more
The Diana Toeman Award for WoodwindRead more
The Henry McKenzie Johnston Awards
These Awards were launched in 2016 and are funded by AYM Guardian Angels Stephanie and Marek Kulesza. They have endowed this Award for the best young musicians in Scotland and for AYM projects in Scotland in honour of Stephanie's Scottish parentage and especially her father's family from whom she inherited her deep love of music.
The Rose Walker Award for WoodwindRead more
The Simon Richards Award for young violinsRead more
The Viola Bent AwardRead more
The Richard Toeman Memorial Award for Young PianistsRead more
The Joan Scrutton Music Trust AwardRead more
The Edith Hemingway Memorial AwardRead more
Des Simmons Award for GuitarRead more
The Ashford AwardRead more
The Helen Sibthorpe Award
The Helen Sibthorpe Award is supported by the Promenaders’ Musical Charities in memory of Helen Sibthorpe, a former Trustee of the organisation.