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How are we putting Talk into Action?

Social justice and musicianship have long been intertwined as recent research from the University of Glasgow confirms. As a sector Equity, Diversity…

200 tracks and lesson plans free to download including Mozart, Queen, Aretha Franklin & many more…

Queen’s I Want to Break Free, Think by Aretha Franklin and Rag ’n’ Bone Man’s Human are to join favourites by Mozart…

12th May 2022

New social prescribing resources launched to harness the health benefits of singing and playing with others

Making Music, the UK’s membership organisation for leisure-time music, and Singing for Health Network announce the launch of free downloadable guides on…

12th May 2022

Music Fans Want More Action on Climate Change

‘Turn Up The Volume’ survey from Music Declares Emergency. Music fans are most likely to care about climate change and place a…

10th May 2022

How to improve your event ticketing with Trybooking

Are you planning your next concert or event? Do you need ticketing support? Trybooking can help. Trybooking are Music Mark Industry Partners…

4th May 2022

A Common Approach Relaunches Today

Twenty years after it’s original publication the essential framework for a meaningful musical learning journey relaunches, expanded and developed for 2022: musicmark.org.uk/a-common-approach…

Celebrating ‘The Power of Music’, new research by Dr Susan Hallam and Dr Evangelos Himonides

Ahead of its publication and Q&A webinar, we take a look at the forthcoming book by Dr Susan Hallam and Dr Evangelos…

22nd Apr 2022

Hal Leonard Europe launches new Primary Music Platform

Leading music company Hal Leonard Europe (HLE) has announced the launch of Essential Elements Music Class, its new online platform which gives…

20th Apr 2022

Young Singers Invited To Audition For National Youth Choir

The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain (NYCGB) is inviting anyone aged 18-25 with a love of singing to audition for the…

11th Apr 2022

Amplify London launches round 3 of fund to support grassroots music projects  

The London Music Fund has launched Round 3 of Amplify London, its fund in partnership with YouTube Music. Amplify London supports grassroots…

8th Apr 2022

Good Vibrations: A Musical initiative supporting young people in Hampshire

Music can be an important intervention for young people struggling with social interactions and communication at school. Good Vibrations, a project developed…

Developing musicality using The Maestro Online

According to its users The Maestro Online is: “unlike anything else I’ve seen” “revolutionary” “like three months of lessons in one magazine”…

24th Mar 2022

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