Making Music offers opportunities for professional musicians, ensembles, businesses and suppliers to get involved with us and our members

Professionals can apply for the Philip & Dorothy Green Young Artists awards, or to be one of our Selected Artists who we promote to our 3,700+ leisure-time music groups for bookings. Music creators can apply for our Adopt a Music Creator project and work with a leisure-time music group for a year. Or you can search the wide range of musical vacancies on our website for roles with our member groups.

Businesses can reach out to decision makers and raise their brand awareness among our 3,700+ music groups through advertising, or by joining our community as a corporate member and more.

The project pairs leisure-time music groups with up-and-coming composers for a year to produce a new piece of music, culminating in a premiere performance.
Looking to stretch your conducting muscles with a leisure-time music group? Fancy a new challenge as an MD? View our musical vacancies to find groups looking for you.
Our Recommended Artists Guide is a a searchable database of professional soloists, ensembles, music creators and workshop leaders.
The scheme for Young Artists (PDGYA) has helped kick start the careers of artists including Steven Isserlis, Thomas Gould and Craig Ogden.
Get discounts on advertising, meet music groups across the UK and build positive brand awareness among over 200,000 music makers with corporate membership
Reach tens of thousands of music lovers and makers across the UK through our email updates, website and printed publications
Our Direct Mailing Service provides access to key decision makers and purchasers in the leisure-time music sector - a vital audience for your products and services