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Face coverings and singing

Face coverings have become part of everyday life and, even as restrictions ease, it's likely they will continue to be around for a while. So how do you use them as a choir or singing group?

Guest blog: Watch or take part in Messiah

Festival Director Samir Savant unveils exciting online plans for the Handel Festival, and invites you to watch and participate -

Opinion: In praise of face masks

One choir member shares their view on face coverings in choral settings

Exploring music making report

One of the three priorities in our five-year-plan (which we started working to in 2017) is to welcome even more kinds of music groups to become part of the Making Music community. 

With a grant from the Arts Council England, we engaged Fiona Goh to look into this for us, and she delivered her report at the end of 2018. 

Welcome to our new Corporate Supporter Melofonetica

Welcome to our new corporate supporter! Singing resource provider Melofonetica, explains what they do.

Guest blog: Singing belongs to everyone

When I was trying to justify my existence as a music student I often suffered from crises of confidence.

New British Songbook commission needs choirs of all shapes and sizes from across the UK!

Director Rebecca Hanbury and composer Alex Groves, commissioned by Sky Arts and funded by Arts Council England, are looking for c

Calling all singers for 'The Great War Symphony'

The Great War Symphony will première at London's Royal Albert Hall on 9 October 2018 in aid of