Applications are now open for mjf originals, the bespoke scheme for commissioning new jazz work for first performance at mjf 2014.
The MU are supporting the TUC march to "Save The NHS" on 29 September in Manchester. As well as marching we have decided to quite literally "bang the drum" by putting together a samba band for the event with the help of "Manchester School of Samba".
Beyond Borders - a co-commissioning and touring programme run in partnership with Creative Scotland, Arts Council of Wales, Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Colwinston Trust.
Brighter Sound have been commissioned by Manchester City Council to conduct a consultation in relation to Manchester Music Education Hub (MyHub) the new music hub responsible for steering Manchester’s music education strategy.
The Musicians’ Hearing Service (MHS) is offering a set of ERs at £138, with a free hearing test for anyone who has ERs that were purchased in 2008 or before.
The MU is launching a campaign for fair pay for musicians which can be found at www.worknotplay.co.uk. The campaign comes in response to the growing number of examples of musicians being expected to work for free whilst other workers involved in the event are being paid. Share your comments on Twitter using #WorkNotPlayMU.
PPL collects money when records are broadcast or when artists perform on recorded music. But you can only receive that money if you are registered.
Join Creative England's national crew & facilities database and be on the radar for productions filming in the regions.
This project invites you to follow the methods and approaches of leading artists as inspiration to create an entirely new piece of work for an exhibition in Manchester.
The MU’s ‘Fair Play’ guide contains practical advice about co-promotion shows and other live issues, such as showcase events and competitions.