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A government committee has been warned that a crisis is facing music in Wales and new ideas are essential.
£2.5m has been pledged to enable the feasibility study for the £278m venue to be concluded after the Government pulled out.
Chelsea Theatre’s Community Development Manager Michelle Abbey discusses her career engaging audiences and promoting diversity.
News of the scheme’s holistic benefits follows the announcement of £660k funding to music charities across the country.
Boys and children with special educational needs remain under-represented in the music education programme’s extra-curricular provision, according to a new report.
Tired of seeing classical music magazines filled with middle-aged white faces, James Fleury proposes four ‘mental makeovers’ that could help increase diversity in the sector.
The intervention by soundLINCS will enable the Lincolnshire-based MUSIC:LINK to continue operating into its 30th year.
Anti-social hours, lack of pay and exhaustion lead to a ‘profound difficulty’ in sustaining a living in the industry.
The hubs survived increasing local authority cuts but the failure to engage boys and young people with special educational needs persists, a new report finds.
Organisations that “challenge the status quo” will be eligible for funding through Help Musicians UK’s new open access grants programme.
Chad Lawson’s music has been used on The Walking Dead and Vampire Diaries. His advice for 22 year-olds? Never stop learning. Or baking cookies.
A meeting of the Countries of Culture inquiry this week heard about the challenges facing regional arts organisations following local authority cuts.
As she prepares to retire, Sound Sense’s Kathryn Deane reflects on those that have – often unknowingly – inspired her work.
A new internationally recognised qualification will assess practical performing skills.
Access and prejudice still need to be fought, but the British Paraorchestra has talent and fearlessness on its side, says Charles Hazlewood.
Composer Neil Myers says keep practicing, keep listening, and keep going.
Disabled music fans and their assistants attending events such as Glastonbury and Latitude Festival brought an estimated £7.5m to the economy in 2015.
Eight London state schools are to be supported over four years by £2.8m in funding from the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation and Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust.
Cardiff’s first international festival celebrated what Wales is most famous for – the human voice. Graeme Farrow reflects on the launch of the biennial cultural event.
Life is full of twists, turns, knocks and challenges, says composer Aleah Morrison-Basu – but this doesn’t have to be a bad thing.