New Corporate Member Polyphony Arts introduce their bespoke services supporting musicians and music organisations
Polyphony Arts is an innovative organisation offering classical music artist and project management. We provide support to musicians and music organisations through business management and strategic planning.
The latest DCMS guidance has put paid to Barbara Eifler's brass band's preparations for life in the 'new normal'. She tells us more.
The UK government guidance on reopening the performing arts published on 9 July has caused widespread disappointment, so we are now giving you the tools to make your views heard.
The guidance prohibits amateur groups or groups with amateur participants – unlike professionals – to play or sing together, except in the numbers of people currently allowed to meet in public.
The long-awaited guidance to cover the first three stages of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) ‘road map’ announced last week to the re-opening of the performing arts has now been published.
The stages covered by this guidance are:
Stage One - Rehearsal and training (no audiences);
Stage Two - Performances for broadcast and recording purposes;
We share the significant concern that an extended ban on amateur music making is being considered, and have put our name to this open letter, along with Fulham Symphony Orchestra and 190 others, sent to Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Oliver Dowden MP today
Dear Mr Dowden,
Create a route back to making music again
As a trustee of the Music Libraries Trust, Making Music’s Chief Executive has been working with fellow trustees to commission research into the use of music libraries.
Below we share a message from Music Libraries Trust Chair Sally Groves MBE, asking for your help.
Please complete the music library user survey by 9am on Monday 3 August.
As the lockdown set in, new Making Music member group Aberdeen & North East of Scotland Music Festival Association decided to move their annual music competition online. Janette Hall, Festival Director, tells us more.
The world's biggest grassroots music festival on 21 June went digital this year, lighting up people's homes with music and giving them the opportunity to create, perform and watch music!
An open letter to Oliver Dowden MP, outlining the concerns of the 27 organisations in the Singing Network UK about the return to singing for the 40,000 choirs and their 2.2m participants in the UK
Dear Secretary of State
I am writing to you as Chair of Singing Network UK, a network of 27 organisations involved in singing in choirs. Between us, we represent most of the 40,000 choirs in the UK.