31 October 2019

Aston Lark announces continued support of the Royal College of Music

By Aston Lark

Aston Lark is delighted to announce our continued support of the Royal College of Music (RCM) scholarship programme.

Our relationship with the RCM goes back to 2012, and we will continue to support two scholars in the 2019-20 academic year. The Aston Lark music scholarship is awarded to outstanding young musicians recommended by the college.

This year, we welcome back violinist Vera Beumer, who performed so memorably for a select group of our clients earlier this year. We also have a new scholar, Italian violist Elena Accogli, who is starting her first year at the college. Both Vera and Elena are studying for a Bachelor of Music (hons).

Vera, who has played the violin since the age of seven, says: ‘I am delighted to be the recipient of the Aston Lark Music scholarship. I now have opportunity to study at one of the leading musical institutes in the world, with excellent professors. I cannot express my gratitude enough for this.’

Aston Lark’s Royal College of Music scholars, Vera Beumer, left, and Elena Accogli.

Aston Lark Executive Director, David Foster, says: ‘It is a privilege for Aston Lark to be able to foster and promote talented young musicians like Vera and Elena.’

Aston Lark, and our sub-brand Lark Music, is one of the leading providers of musical instrument insurance in the world. The Royal College of Music is one of the world’s greatest conservatories and has been recognised as the top institution for performing arts in the UK by the QS World University Rankings for four years running. Aston Lark and Lark Music remain committed to providing support and instrument insurance to the best young players throughout the UK, Europe, and other parts of the world.

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