The Signatur Programme seeks to support organisations and projects that aim to provide more people with access to broad qualitative music education and/or improve the opportunities for the public to enjoy high quality music.  We aim to reach in particular those, not least young people, who otherwise may not have that experience.

The Karlsson Játiva Charitable Foundation is fulfilling its mission by funding projects implemented by partner organisations who share our passion for music and who have the capability to reach across diverse segments of society to inspire quality music making and improve access to music from a wide range of genres.  Since 2018 we have funded projects run by Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice, Music Masters, ORA Singers, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Aurora Orchestra, London Music Fund, The Music Works, Music of Life, Royal Academy of Music, Awards for Young Musicians, Southbank Centre, Liverpool FC Foundation, Caritas Westminster and Signatur Foundation Sweden.


Together with like-minded partners, we aim to create a force for an improved society with the help of the unifying power of music. We want to open doors to the world of music for everyone, focusing on opportunities to those who might not otherwise have the chance to actively engage in, or have access to high quality music and music education. We seek to act as a counterbalance to the trends in society towards superficiality and intolerance, building on the innate potential of music and musicianship to unite people across ages and cultures.