The music education charity joined the Big Give campaign, which matches any money raised by selected UK Charities, and exceeded its target of £27,500 to raise £30,994.
London Music Masters champions the life changing effects of learning a musical instrument.
The music education charity teaches entire classes of inner city primary school children to play the violin or cello and has welcomed nearly 2500 children and their families since it was founded in 2008.
London Music Masters has continued its work alongside its ambassadors, including violinist Nicola Benedetti, and has conceived and designed Britain’s first accredited qualification for group instrumental learning.
The Big Give Christmas Challenge began on Tuesday 3 December and ended today (Wednesday), when it now fully matches the money raised by selected charities.
This year the Big Give Christmas Challenged ended with £6,379,399 raised of the original target of £7,236,506.
For more information on London Music Master, please visit londonmusicmasters.org.
You can find out more about the Big Give here.