Survey on the impact of the EBacc on arts and culture in schools
The Music Education Council is asking for more information from teachers about the possible impact of the EBacc on the provision and prioritisation of arts and cultural subjects in schools.
Posted: Mon 24th December 2012 | Read More
Last chance for applications to NW Honour Choir 2013 with Bob Chilcott
There is still time to get an application in for next year's North West Honour Choir with Bob Chilcott. The booking deadline has been extended to the end of January, but get your application in now for the chance to work with one of today's leading composers.
Posted: Tue 18th December 2012 | Read More
Opportunity for young singers with Genesis Sixteen
The Sixteen is seeking 22 young singers aged between 18 and 23 to take part in its pioneering and unique training programme, which aims to nurture students with exceptional musical ability and the potential to become professional ensemble singers.
Posted: Fri 14th December 2012 | Read More
Final month for applications to the UK's first international youth singing festival
Applications to WIFYS 2013 need to be in this month. This ground-breaking event for the UK choral scene takes place next July in Worcester. Young people from around the world will come together to sing, work and share their musical cultures under the banner of "Peace & Unity between Nations".
Posted: Wed 05th December 2012 | Read More
Help save the future of creativity in schools
Support the Bacc for the Future Campaign to save the future of creativity in schools. The ISM is heading a campaign to ensure that music and other creative subjects are included in the proposed new English Baccalaureate.
Posted: Thu 15th November 2012 | Read More
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Revised guidelines released for Performing Arts
The Government's Performing Arts guidance was updated last night. We are reading it carefully and will post an update later, however it confirms that amateur choirs and groups can continue in England, as previously advised in the government's Coronavirus FAQs, despite confusion earlier in the week.
Posted: Friday, 25th September 2020 >
New government guidance
The governments general social guidelines for England were updated late last night, 22 September. We hope that the performing arts guidelines will be updated soon to reflect these and will be asking for any clarity that's needed as a result.
Posted: Wednesday, 23rd September 2020 >
New government restrictions
Not surprisingly, we're already getting queries about what the government announcement today means for amateur performance and we realise choirs will be anxious to know as soon as possible. Once the new arrangements have been published we will, as ever, be reading carefully and will endeavour to get any clarifications that are needed in conjunction with colleagues. We'll post here and on social media as soon as we can.
Posted: Tuesday, 22nd September 2020 >
Good news for amateur performers
The DCMS have confirmed this morning that the performing arts guidelines will be updated today to confirm that 'non-professional performing arts activity can continue to rehearse or perform together where this is planned activity...
Posted: Thursday, 17th September 2020 >
Risk management guidance and template for choirs
New resources to help conductors and their choirs make plans to return to singing and work their way through the Government guidelines are now available on our website.
Posted: Tuesday, 8th September 2020 >