We don’t just love music: we think it is vitally important too. As the representative for amateur and community music at a local, national and UK-wide level, we work hard to respond to any threats to music making and to support and encourage measures to help more people experience the joys of singing, playing and experiencing music.

Help for your campaigns
Are you campaigning to support leisure-time music? We've put together a set of resources to help with your campaigns, including research and statistics on the benefits of music making to help you make your case.
Save our music libraries
Music libraries, a crucial resource for amateur music groups, are under threat. Find out what you can do.
BACC for the future
Find out what Making Music is doing to help create opportunities for everyone to access music education, and what you can do to support this.
BACC for the future
The Bacc for the Future campaign is back again following the Department for Education’s announcement of plans to introduce a compulsory list of subjects at GCSE level.
Cultural commons
Our Cultural Commons sets out to explore new ways to sustain and develop the creative lives of our communities in all their diversity.
50p for Culture
The National Campaign for the Arts (NCA) is leading this campaign to increase local authority investment in arts and culture.
Singign Network UK
Singing Network UK is a free forum, bringing together all and any organisations with an interest in singing to meet twice a year, face to face.
Music education
Making Music joined the ISM and other supporters in successfully defending music education from a government consultation proposing that Local Authorities cease funding for Music Education Hubs.
Wakefield Music Collection
In 2011, Making Music successfully campaigned to save the Wakefield music collection, one of the most important national collections in the UK, used by thousands of amateur music groups