Reunited with her flute fourteen years ago thanks to the Cobweb Orchestra, their archivist Christine Macgregor reflects on how this unique organisation succeeds in tempting adults to return to an instrument that has been gathering dust, or to pick one up for the first time.
Making Music member groups have the chance to submit their carol recordings to Classic FM in the lead up to Christmas.
Entries will be whittled down to five recordings which are then broadcast over the space of one week in December. It doesn't matter if you're an instrumental or vocal group - if you have a good quality recording of a carol we'd love to hear it!
Here are some of last year's entries to give you inspiration.
New Corporate Member The British Voice Association introduce their network of support and provision for performers and professional voice users.
Our Adopt a Composer journey ended in style on 3 October in the fantastic venue, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall’s New Auditorium, where we premiered Nicholas Olsen’s composition, Three Carriages.
The #ChangeTheTune campaign has taken the first step in formally challenging the legality of charging fees for instrumental tuition in schools.
Making Music is supporting lawyer and community musician Ralph Riddough’s campaign, to clarify the lawfulness of fees for musical instrument tuition in Scottish state schools.
The OHMI Trust is a UK based charity that works to remove the barriers to music making faced by people with physical disabilities. Rachel Wolffsohn, General Manager of the Trust, explains how.
Music Teacher introduce their magazine, plus an exclusive deal giving Making Music members a free digital copy of the British Music & Drama Education Yearbook and discounted hard copy.
In these uncertain times for music education, Music Teacher magazine provides an essential meeting point and resource for industry practitioners.