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Posted on 23 February 2018
Director Rebecca Hanbury and composer Alex Groves, commissioned by Sky Arts and funded by Arts Council England, are looking for choirs to co-create a...
Posted on 23 February 2018
The 8 February Surrey County Council (SCC) Communities Select Committee adopted some recommendations for the future of SPAL which will now be put...
Posted on 9 February 2018
Travelbound arranges music and performance tours to Europe and beyond. All our tours are tailor-made and offer each performer the opportunity to...
Posted on 7 February 2018
Evidence of this impact is extremely useful when we are making the case for leisure-time musical activity, but we realised there was no research from...
Posted on 6 February 2018
Today is the 100th anniversary of the Representation of the People Act 1918, a piece of legislation that enabled all men and some women over the age...
Posted on 5 February 2018
In a new inquiry the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee is to investigate ways in which taking part in the arts, cultural activities and...
Posted on 2 February 2018
Would you like to join a choir of 400 singers in a three-minute mass choral performance at the newly renovated London Bridge Station? Choirs and...
Posted on 31 January 2018
Anna Appleby's new composition with the Merchant Sinfonia evokes images of wind, machinery, hillsides and a train journey. Once again, I am on...
Posted on 29 January 2018
What a fantastic opportunity this is! I have been following Adopt a Composer over the years and seen it celebrate, season after season, the breadth...
Posted on 26 January 2018
We’re pleased to welcome out latest corporate supporter; West Kensington Music Team (WKMT) They were founded by Juan Rezzuto, an Argentina...
Posted on 25 January 2018
Matching seven leisure-time music groups with emerging early-career composers for a collaboration could result in all sorts of complications. But...
Posted on 25 January 2018
Learn To Play Day is a free national event organised by the Music for All charity to inspire new and lapsed musicians to take up playing an...

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