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Posted on 19 February 2020
Jo Towler explains how promoter, Music in the Round, is bringing musical and cultural fusion to Sheffield.Music in the Round recently led a...
Posted on 12 February 2020
Jono Heale, Director of ACS Custom and bassist, highlights the problems around hearing loss for leisure-time musicians and what you can do to keep...
Posted on 6 February 2020
Susannah Wapshot, Musical Director of Helensburgh Oratorio, reflects on the groups first workshop with composer Aileen Sweeney and the Adopt a...
Posted on 5 February 2020
Club Europe introduce a new easy-to-reach French destination for your next choir tour. L'Aisne in North East France is a little-known gem in...
Posted on 30 January 2020
Arts Council England has just published its new 10-year vision. So why is that relevant to you if you don’t get funding, or if you’re in...
Posted on 27 January 2020
It’s not as glamorous as it sounds, and often involves investing a lot of time before results become tangible… so what does it look like...
Posted on 22 January 2020
Learn To Play Day, organised by the charity Music for All, is a free, nationwide initiative to get people of all ages and abilities playing a...
Posted on 15 January 2020
Singers in community choirs across the country can testify to the feel-good nature of raising their voices together. One of these is the Big Noise...
Posted on 3 January 2020
For the first time, government proposals to overhaul business rates will include rates for grassroots music venues.Among a raft ...
Posted on 19 December 2019
I can get very miserable, especially when it’s dark in the morning, dark in the afternoon, and grey and rainy in between. The house is a mess,...
Posted on 17 December 2019
First opened on 1 August, the consultation has now been extended twice and will finally close on 31 December – so there’s still time if...
Posted on 16 December 2019
Dr Daisy Fancourt introduces the first World Health Organisation report on the evidence base for arts and health interventions.For the last 18...