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Posted on 9 March 2016
I thought I’d better check others’ posts to see what kind of thing had already been said – I don’t want to go over aspects of...
Posted on 7 March 2016
The sessions will offer ideas to improve technically and build confidence, including on specific topics such as rehearsal technique, vocal production...
Posted on 2 March 2016
Classic FM’s John Brunning might be best known for presenting the station’s popular Drivetime programme but he’s also a skilled...
Posted on 1 March 2016
Celebrating a decade of CoMA's ground-breaking Open Score project, the Festival promotes contemporary music with a participative approach and...
Posted on 1 March 2016
An official Parliamentary petition asking the Department for Education (DfE) to include expressive arts in the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) has been...
Posted on 1 March 2016
Last year, many members wrote to Birmingham City Council when, as part of their budget consultations, they proposed closing down the music library...
Posted on 26 February 2016
As part of the VCM Choral Music Foundation's outreach programme for the 2016/17 season, British vocal ensemble Apollo5 is available to...
Posted on 26 February 2016
We are sad to announce the death of Andrew Potter, Vice President and former Chairman of Making Music, at his home in Sussex on February 18th 2016....
Posted on 10 February 2016
The life of accomplished musician, principal teacher and Tayside Symphony Orchestra founder Ron Walker will be celebrated at a memorial service on...
Posted on 10 February 2016
Whether you’re a singer, an instrumentalist or part of an ensemble, WML are happy to consider including you in their events programme; they can...
Posted on 10 February 2016
On Sunday 31st January I visited CYCO (Chiltern Youth Chamber Orchestra) for the first read through of Journeys.  ​ACT III, the third movement...
Posted on 3 February 2016
It is a curious feature of Thame that if one looks upwards, there is often a surprising abundance of birds of prey meandering across the sky. ...

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