As part of the collaboration and exchange agreement between Sistema England and Venezuela's El Sistema, five teachers will come to England to work with tutors and children from The Nucleo Project, Sistema in Norwich and the In Harmony programmes in Lambeth, Liverpool and Nottingham.
The children of Sistema in Norwich always give their best in every concert, but on 30th July they will play better than ever as they are performing to the Royal Family at the Sandringham Flower Show.
"This is a ringing endorsement of the wonderful achievements made by the programme so far. Now we are all waiting to see the Department for Education make its own contribution to this inspiring - often life changing - scheme", said In Harmony founder Julian Lloyd Webber.
Sage Gateshead and Santa Marcelina Cultura have been developing the vision for a long-term exchange and knowledge transfer programme focusing on inclusion and excellence in music education.
Venezuelan harpist Leonard Jacome delivered a workshop for pupils from Catton Grove Primary School, who are involved in the Sistema in Norwich programme.
Children from the In Harmony scheme and The Nucleo Project performed with musicians of the Teresa Carreño Youth Orchestra of Venezuela during an event at London's Southbank Centre.
The Sounds Venezuela Nucleo Weekend is programmed around the visit of the Teresa Carreño Youth Orchestra of Venezuela.
The charity founded by Julian Lloyd Webber will support the independent programme that offers free music tuition and instruments to 100 children in West London.
Almost 250 instruments have been donated by Sistema England to the In Harmony and Norwich programmes, allowing more children to join these inspiring and life-changing programmes of social action through music.
In an interview with BBC Radio 4, the chair of Sistema England called for political parties to deliver on their commitment to allow every child in Britain to have access to music education.