Coronavirus

Return to rehearsals member blog: Brewood Singers

Jen Beardsmore, secretary of Brewood Singers, outlines the steps her group took to make a safe return to in-person music making.

England moves to step 4 of roadmap from 19 July

Following the government announcement on 12 July, England will move to step 4 of the roadmap on 19 July when most restrictions wi

Latest guidance on the route out of lockdown

All four nations of the UK are starting to open up again after lockdown, each with a different roadmap and timeline. 

Returning to in-person rehearsals? Let us know how!

As many leisure-time music groups make a long-awaited return to in-person activity, we want you to tell us about your plans and h

WellRehearsed app now available on iOS and Android

WellRehearsed app launched to collect data on the Covid safety of leisure-time music groups rehearsing in person

Return to rehearsals member blog: Invicta Jazz Orchestra

With Step 3 now in effect in England, David Price of Invicta Jazz Orchestra outlines how his group made a safe and long-awaited r

Return to rehearsals member blog: North Kingston Choir

Penny Hamilton of North Kingston Choir reflects on a successful return to in-person singing and looks ahead to a sunny (fingers c

WellRehearsed app for rehearsals

WellRehearsed is a free and anonymous rehearsal Covid-19 infection reporting app for leisure-time music groups of all kinds, instrumental and vocal, developed by the Association of British Choral Directors (abcd) and Making Music.

Covid-19 is likely to stay with us for a while, so this monitoring tool is intended to provide statistics on safe group music making during the pandemic. 

It will help your group, and the sector, in two ways:

Corporate member blog: Club Europe

Jenny Dalton, communications and marketing manager for Club Europe, talks us through their Covid protection framework