Making Music and the Music Industries Association are among the organisations supporting Bacc for the Future, a campaign to preserve music education in schools.
Sister Ghost, Treehome, Owen Denvir and Plague Artists are the four acts chosen for the Oh Yeah Music Centre’s Scratch My Progress programme.
Young people should be exposed to classical music instead of computer games, violin player Nicola Benedetti has urged in a new interview.
Classical musician James Rhodes is calling on the government to do more to deliver on its promise to give every child in the UK the chance to learn an instrument.
Abbey Roads Studios has announced the launch of a new educational hub to help provide courses for aspiring music producers and sound engineers.
Music education can play an important role in equipping children and young people with a ‘wide range of skills’, a new report has revealed.
Primary school children are being offered the chance to be part of the BBC Proms 2015 by creating their own compositions in response to music programmed for the festival.
Creative Industries Minister Ed Vaizey is hosting a Skills and Schools day in conjunction with UK Music and PRS for Music.
The English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) and Philharmonia Orchestra are among the organisations shortlisted for a Best Musical Initiative Award.
Music education is to be a renewed focus for Arts Council England (ACE) and its latest National Investment Portfolio (NIP).