The government’s Taking Part survey may have its flaws, but it does give us some significant – and useful – statistics on leisure
There is a lot of debate about music education and arts funding at the moment.
When we (and other music advocacy organisations) are making the case for amateur music groups to those in power, being able to de
Our latest research reveals the varied nature of roles and engagements by amateur music groups of professional musicians.
This page summarises some of the results from our survey in January 2016, and then gives full findings on each type of musician, including average, lowest and highest fees, and ranges.
Do you love the idea of digital scores and rich-media choral apps, or does the thought of losing physical scores make your blood boil?
Read the results of our 2013 Treasurers' Survey - a snapshot of the state of leisure-time music in the UK, with useful statistics and figures for music advocacy and campaigns.