Source Luxury at the Royal College of Music
(Photograph of David Foster, Head of Lark Private Clients in the Parry Rooms, Royal College of Music)
On 16th April 2015 Source Luxury attended a classical music event at the Royal College of Music held by Lark Insurance and London Business Angels. Source Luxury and Lark Insurance are in partnership to provide our High Net Worth Private Clients with valuable insurance products insuring their assets and Lark have an extremely strong relationship with the Royal College of Music in many ways. No only do Lark insure some of the highest value musical instruments but Lark are a sponsor to some scholars of the College who are in constant need of financial assistance ensuring they have the right tools to hand to perform to their maximum ability, their instruments.
One particular young man who performed on the night is Joseph Devalle, an extremely talented and passionate Violinist who has spent his time with the Royal College but now is the time for Joseph to push ahead with his passion which means that sadly the use of the instrument from the Royal College becomes more restricted as more young talents progress through the ranks. In come the London Business Angels, a consortium of private investors all looking for opportunities in business and individuals which in collaboration with the Stradivari Trust are seeking investment to acquire a Violin for Joseph Devalle. Head of the Stradivari Trust is Nigel Brown who has been managing these investments on behalf of his musical talents for 30 years.
(Photograph of Joseph Devalle performing at the Royal College of Music)
We welcome all existing and new clients of Source Luxury to contact us should you feel the urge to support our young British musical talent, investment is a minimum of Â£5,000 and the target is Â£500,000. If you know a little about musical instruments they are very similar to classic cars and fine art, they appreciate in value making these items an interesting investment. Please get in touch to find out more.
Also performing was Louise Goodwin, Stefan Beckett, Will Riby, Yaroslava Trofymchuk and Kumi Matsuo. All delivering outstanding performances for the audience.