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Posted on 4 November 2019
Nathan James Dearden shares the inspiration behind Three Postcards, composed as part his 2018/19 Adopt a Composer...
Posted on 1 November 2019
Music Teacher introduce their magazine, plus an exclusive deal giving Making Music members a free digital copy of the British...
Posted on 28 October 2019
In our first 2019/20 Adopt a Composer blog, Carmell Smickersgill reflects on her introductory workshop with Junior Leeds College...
Posted on 28 October 2019
Sŵn Festival co-founder to provide fresh voice for leisure-time music in Wales.Making Music is delighted to announce the appointment of John...
Posted on 22 October 2019
Chloe Knibbs reflects on her 2018/19 Adopt a Composer collaboration with Ex Urbe, celebrating the 200th anniversary of Clara Schumann's birth....
Posted on 18 October 2019
In rural Wales, music clubs play a huge part in maintaining live music locally. In 2018/19, Rhyl Music Club launched an ambitious and highly...
Posted on 7 October 2019
Tommaso Napoli, President of Italy's AIMA (Associazione Italiana Musicisti Amatori), discusses how his organisation is working to...
Posted on 3 October 2019
Gig Heaven introduce their quick and easy service for sourcing musicians, entertainers and other event services worldwide.Gig Heaven was...
Posted on 30 September 2019
Nicholas Olsen reflects on his final rehearsals with Da Capo Alba before the premiere of his new piece at the Glasgow Royal Concert...
Posted on 30 September 2019
In September, Making Music hosted a symposium with key figures in the music sector to identify the barriers and needs of adults of all ages,...
Posted on 27 September 2019
PRS for Music, the live performance royalty collection body for music in the UK, is currently consulting on proposed changes and increases to the...
Posted on 26 September 2019
What’s a great way to form connections across boundaries? We learn about the European Queer Choir from its founder, Martin Brophy.After over 20...

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