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Individuals, Graduates and Students

Membership for individuals at all stages of their career in Music Education. Graduates can join at a discounted rate and students can join for free.

We support your work through training and member-only resources and connect you with the wider Music Mark community and the music education sector at events throughout the year. For more details, please see the full list of member benefits below.


  • Get advice and support from the Music Mark team.
  • Get support from our Advice Partners on topics including fundraising, legal matters, human resources and child protection.
  • Get mentoring and coaching from experienced professionals.
  • Attend our member-only training and events including webinars, sector summits & Big Meets.
  • Get discounted tickets to our training, Annual Conference and other national and regional events.
  • Access our library of member-only resources including recordings of training sessions and webinars, toolkits, templates and lots more.
  • Get offers and discounts from our Industry Partners with our Member Offers.
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  • Join Peer Groups to network and problem-solve with colleagues across the country.
  • Get a listing in our Member Directory.
  • Publish your latest news and success stories with us.
  • Submit a proposal to present at our Annual Conference.
  • Sign up to receive our monthly Member Newsletter for updates on the latest national and regional sector news, training, events, resources and more.
  • Use the Music Mark logo on your website and publications.
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  • Join our nationally recognised subject association for music education.
  • Contribute your expertise to the development of guidance, resources and programmes.
  • Get your voice heard in our work advocating for music education to local and national government and across the sector.
  • Vote and stand in elections to our Board of Trustees.
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