We hear from groups about how they have managed to put on risk-assessed, COVID-secure performances for their audiences.
The UK has moved to a new phase of its Covid response. All four nations of the UK either have removed all, or most, legal requirements for measures to stop the spread of Covid.
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Ongoing research published in the Journal of Music, Health, and Wellbeing continues to provide strong evidence of the pa
The most recent data about the spread of Covid infections at leisure-time music group rehearsals shows that 4% of reported infect
Now that images of bustling streets, packed stadia and night-time revellers have returned to our screens, you’d be forgiven for t
As many leisure-time music groups are back in the swing of in-person activity, we want you to tell us about your plans and how th
Neil Whyte, treasurer of Cadenza, fills us in on an exciting return to in-person activity as he prepares for a Christmas performa
Since lockdown measures have eased, identifying poorly ventilated areas has become a priority area of risk assessment, and monito
Miriam Iorwerth updates us on Helensburgh Orchestral Society's musical activity during the pandemic, including award success for
Jane Whittle, founder and managing director of The film Orchestra, talks us through an eventful return to rehearsing and performi
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