Jon Eno, CEO of Bondholder Hot House Music Schools, has been awarded a Queen’s Birthday Honour for services to music education.
In recognition of his outstanding services, Jon will be required to attend a ceremony in London where he will be presented with the British Empire Medal (BEM) and subsequently invited to one of Her Majesty’s garden parties.
The British Empire Medal is awarded for a “hands-on” service to the local community. As a dedicated educator Jon is keen to use the award to promote the values of music in all young people’s lives.
He says: “Music has the power to make the world a better place, it is the universal language which enriches and engages people from all corners of society. The ability to listen, and work as a team, are fundamental concepts vital to both a successful music ensemble and in career as an essential part of a creative workforce. I am delighted to be receiving this award, but really, it should be for all of the wonderful students that make up the Hot House musical family. They are the future, and they deserve our support”.
Hot House Music Schools deliver an international award-winning program of services to young people across the U.K. Founded in 2002, in the heart of England (Derby), they have gone on to become one of the most recognized music education brands in the western world.