Catch up on the digital content created in lockdown!
Viva la Youth:A week of inspiration; music, debate, masterclasses, workshops and industry events for the next generation.
The news from the arts world has become increasingly desperate. And participatory arts are in danger too.
More Music continue our commitment to inclusion and anti-racism in all we do.
During the lockdown, More Music has been using Zoom to conduct sessions with our existing groups so we can stay connected with each other and make music together.
More Music has a history of standing for human rights and inclusion. Inclusion is a journey, all– including us – need to keep doing better.
What music has been (re)discovering in this time is the power of small.
Never before have I heard music so clearly, listened so carefully...
Being well has been at the front of all our minds through the Coronavirus outbreak. But what does it mean to be well?
the core of music is listening – which is an activity of the mind, body and heart. It is an activity of stillness, attention, and some humility.
Digital culture in lockdown must not reinforce old barriers to the arts.