At the Making Music Council meeting in October 2015 a member asked Making Music to facilitate connections abroad. So where can you start?
BBC Music today announces a major initiative, Get Playing, aimed at shining a light on amateur music of all kinds across the nation, and launches a search for the UK’s most inspirational amateur orchestras.
What can YOU do to help preserve creative subjects including music in schools?
The New Year’s Honours list, as usual, includes a number of musicians, the most prominent of which – David Joseph, Chair and CEO of Universal Music; pianist Radu Lupu; conductor Steuart Bedford; violinist Alina Ibragimova; composer Damon Albarn – have received much press coverage already. So let us turn to the less well-known.
Do you love the idea of digital scores and rich-media choral apps, or does the thought of losing physical scores make your blood boil?
It is with great sadness that we report the recent death of Roy Carr, a longstanding supporter of Making Music and previous chair of the Yorkshire Regional Committee.
National Learn To Play Day is back for its fifth successive year on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th March 2016.