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Posted on 27 October 2016
Entries are now open for groups to nominate themselves for an Epic Award - recognising the skill, innovation and hard work that goes into their...
Posted on 21 October 2016
Everyone’s heart sank when, for the second time in five years, the great collection of music scores known as the Yorkshire Music Library (...
Posted on 19 October 2016
The celebration will focus on good governance and the skills needed to make trustees effective leaders. Trustees and committee members from groups...
Posted on 12 October 2016
We were delighted that Rosie could join us so soon for an orientation visit at the end of September. In a full programme we visited three possible...
Posted on 11 October 2016
So I have recently been selected as the Adopt a Composer Scottish Pairing for 2016-17, working with the Strathendrick Singers on creating a new work...
Posted on 11 October 2016
They say that Scotland’s a small country, and the adage was – perhaps – proved true at the launch of the Adopt a Composer Scheme...
Posted on 10 October 2016
Brighton Early Music Festival (BREMF) run Early Music Live - a nine month training scheme and performance platform programme for exceptional early...
Posted on 6 October 2016
When I found out that I had been paired with the Glasgow School of Art Choir I was really excited by the many prospects and possibilities that the...
Posted on 6 October 2016
During the Autumn of 1936, Oswald Moseley led the British Union of Fascists on a march through the streets of East London, in what was seen by many...
Posted on 4 October 2016
Making Music is delighted to announce Lila Hallett as the recipient of its Lady Hilary Groves Prize for 2016. Awarded to one individual in the UK...
Posted on 27 September 2016
It always surprises me how quickly a piece can become external to its composer.  What had before been an ongoing process, an open book, becomes...
Posted on 22 September 2016
All registered charities with an income of more than £10,000 and all Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs) have to submit an annual...

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