It is a curious feature of Thame that if one looks upwards, there is often a surprising abundance of birds of prey meandering across the sky.
Learn to Play Day 2016 (12 and 13 March) is run by Music For All, the charity associated with the Music Industry Association – that’s music shops to you and I.
On that weekend, many music shops engage local teachers to offer free instrument taster lessons to the general public. Great for the shops, great for the teachers – and it could be great for you, too.
Well: are you looking for new members?
If you’re a registered charity, then once a year, no later than 9 months after the end of your financial year, you need to file an annual return with the Charity Commission.
Dorset has some beautiful, historic churches, rich with architectural merit. This was not one of them.
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?