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Guidance
No one can really just pick up an instrument and play it perfectly but we know how hard it can be to find time to dedicate to practice...
Guidance
Scales are a subject that strike fear into the heart of many musicians. Here we hope to give you a little bit of insight into why they...
Guidance
Finding a teacher can be a daunting task. Finding the right instrumental or vocal teacher is not simply a case of choosing the person...
Guidance
An instrument examination can be a worrying prospect, whatever age you are, but remember: examiners aren't there to catch you out...
Guidance
Many of us involved in music making in our spare time never think about why it matters. We enjoy it, so we assume everyone understands...
Guidance
Whether you're applying for funding or just want to tell your councillor or MP about your leisure-time music activity, we've...
Guidance
Losing one’s hearing can obviously be particularly distressing for musicians. From Beethoven to will.i.am, classical musicians...
Guidance
This guidance will outline when you need to pay performing rights fees and how to pay them. What are Performing Rights? ...
Guidance
Philip Emery, director of charity Changing Tunes and member of Beckenham Concert Band, gives a how-to guide for making music in...
Case studies
Philip Emery, Chair of member group Beckenham Concert Band, and Director of music charity Changing Tunes (London & South East),...
Guidance
It is in the best interests of voluntary arts groups to be well-informed on appropriate legislation in the area of equality and...
Guidance
This briefing explains how to go about developing your policy and outlines the areas you may need to consider. Although not...