The Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artists (PDGYA) awards have helped kick start the careers of artists including Steven Isserlis, Elizabeth Watts and Craig Ogden, by providing up-and-coming classical musicians with opportunities to be booked for performances with Making Music’s 3,600+ group members.
The Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artists (PDGYA) awards have helped kick start the careers of artists including Thomas Gould, Elizabeth Watts and Craig Ogden, by providing up-and-coming classical musicians with performing opportunities with Making Music’s 3,500+ member groups.
*Applications for 2021 are now closed*
Making Music presents a number of awards, bursaries and prizes to individual musicians, groups and organisations in both the voluntary and professional sector.
Some of these, such as the Groves Prizes, recognise lifelong contributions to the musical life of the UK, while the music awards celebrate the music creators, arrangers and innovative new music projects that leisure-time music groups are involved with.
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.