New for 2014
Scholarships have been awarded to Philip Lancaster, Martin Lamb and Nicola Wydenbach and Churchil Finzi Fellowships to Tina Lee, Alison Mackenzie and Ailie Reid.
The deadline for the 2015 Finzi Scholarships is 5 November 2014.
Find out more about Finzi Scholarship Awards
The Finzi Trust is also collaborating with the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust to award up to two Travelling Fellowships for British citizens who are over the age of 18 and resident in the UK to undertake projects specifically involving music in education that bring benefits for others in the UK. For further details visit here. Deadline for this is 23 September 2014.
Gerald Finzi is one of the most admired British composers of the 20th Century. His music embraces a rich variety of moods, from elegiac lyricism, through spiritual reflection, to radiant joy.
Find out more about Finzi
Read Finzi’s seminal Crees Lectures. The Trust is extremely grateful to Finzi’s biographer Diana McVeagh for editing the three lectures. You can now read them online.
Read Finzi’s Crees Lectures
The Finzi Trust is an organisation set up in 1969 to further the music, ideals and work of Gerald Finzi.
Find out more about the Finzi Trust
The Finzi Friends was formed in 1982 to further interest in Gerald Finzi's life and work and bring together people with similar interest. Read more and join online.
The clock of the years: this beautifully produced anthology celebrating twenty-five years of the Finzi Friends Newsletter, compiled by Rolf Jordan, is the first book to be published by Chosen Press. Here you can browse through archive material relating to the worlds of Gerald and Joy Finzi. A truly illuminating achievement.
Gerald Finzi: His Life & Music: read Diana McVeagh’s study of Finzi’s life and work – an intimate and scholarly portrait of the man and his music.
Visit the Green Plaque at Finzi’s birthplace - 93 Hamilton Terrace, St John’s Wood, London. From here it’s only a short walk for a tour of Lord's Cricket Ground or a bite to eat next to the beautiful canals of Little Venice.
‘Absalom’s place’ is Finzi’s own eloquent summary of his humanistic and artistic beliefs.
Read ‘Absalom’s place’ in full