St Sepulchre’s, a church in the City of London, was in the headlines this summer.
St Sepulchre’s in the City of London is known as the National M
Professional music organisations seem more likely to network amongst themselves and to talk to a similar musical ensemble, music
You’ve probably had your fill of campaigning already, but let me enthuse – or alarm – you by briefly looking at the parties’ mani
When we (and other music advocacy organisations) are making the case for amateur music groups to those in power, being able to de
Local authorities are implementing cuts of unprecendented scale for the financial years 2016/7 and music libraries continue to be targets. Find out how we're fighting back.
An official Parliamentary petition asking the Department for Education (DfE) to include expressive arts in the English Baccalaureate (EBacc) has been signed by over 70,000 people.
A government consultation open at the moment looks at making the Ebacc – which does not include arts subjects – compulsory for schools. Here’s what you can do to help protect arts subjects.
Why leisure-time and community music making matters (and why it could be useful for you to know how to say that)
A range of reports, resources and further reading that provide evidence of the wide-ranging benefits (to individuals and communities) of lesiure-time music. Useful for funding applications, campaigns and general advocacy.
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