We're delighted to invite you to our online awards ceremony on Wednesday 8 September, which showcases the wealth of talent and innovative ideas among our members, and those who work with them. The ceremony will follow presentation performances by the winners of the 2021 Philip and Dorothy Green Award for Young Artists (PDGYA) and our annual general meeting (AGM).
Our President, composer Debbie Wiseman OBE, will be announcing the award winners for:
• Best music creator for leisure-time music group
• Best arranger for leisure-time music group
• Best project with a focus on new music
• Best music director
• Music group hero (decided by public vote)
• President’s Award for achievement by a volunteer for Making Music
• Lady Hilary Groves Prize for an outstanding contribution to music in the community
Our online awards ceremony is fully intended to be as glamorous and enjoyable as it might be in person – so do feel free to dress up and bring a drink!
Everyone is welcome to attend the awards or AGM, or both, but please note only full members of Making Music can vote at the AGM.
Cost: FREE for members and non-members
We will be using Zoom to host the meeting, and will send you full instructions the day before the event on how to join.
Please read the event information below before reserving your place.
- Questions will be taken via the chat function at this event
- Audio-visual content will be shared on screen at this event
- Automated closed captions (subtitles) will be available at this event
Expected event schedule:
7.00pm – Event starts, welcome and introductions
7.10pm – Performances from Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artists
7.25pm – Making Music AGM
7.55pm – Further performances from Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artists
8.05pm – Break
8.15pm – Introduction to the Making Music Awards
8.30pm – Awards ceremony
9.10pm – Event closes
Timings may vary on the day.
We may decide to record this event, either for publishing on our website, or so that we can review it internally.
- We will announce at the beginning of the event if a recording is being made and what it will be used for
- We will usually record in speaker view, meaning only people who speak will be recorded
- If you speak, your image and voice will be captured in the recording
- Attendee names as displayed in a Zoom meeting will not be captured in the recording
- If you do not want your image to be captured, you may turn off your camera during the event. However, please be aware that if you do, your name will be displayed in place of your image, unless you have uploaded an image to your profile in Zoom
- Breakout rooms will not normally be recorded
- Your comments in the chat box will not form part of the recording
By booking a place and attending this event, you consent to being recorded in this way.
We aim to make our events as accessible as possible. If you have any particular accessibility requirements or if there is anything else we can do to help make the event a better experience for you, please let us know.
Making Music reserves the right to cancel an event due to low attendance numbers, adverse weather conditions or other circumstances which make it no longer possible to run the event. If you have booked a place and Making Music cancels the event, we will offer you a full refund where applicable.