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Schott Music London has recently we opened two new practice rooms – alongside three already available for hire – to be rented out to teachers, students and music hobbyists alike.


If you are or know a venue or promoter based in East England (that’s Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertforshire, Suffolk and Norfolk), we’d urge you to get involved in a new piece of music industry research that Cambridge Junction is delivering in partnership with the hub.


This one-day course on Saturday 27 July will help you develop strategies to get classes under control, improve your composure, confidence, and prepare you for any challenge in the classroom.


National Lottery Community Fund applications have been made easier. Organisations can now submit their idea through a website form, structured around six main questions.


The Women Chainmakers’ festival will be held 11:00 am – 8:00 pm Saturday 6 July in Mary Macarthur Gardens, Cradley Heath, B64 5AB. The MU is looking for volunteers to steward or help on the stall on the day.


Musicians’ Union Deputy General Secretary Naomi Pohl spoke to BBC Woman’s Hour about sexism, sexual harassment and abuse in the music industry following a Newsbeat investigation into the harassment experienced by fans.


Members are urged to write to the Council, after developers seek to by-pass the protective measures put in place by Milton Keynes Council to save established music venue the Stables.


The MU welcomes the news that the Welsh Government has officially announced that it will now primarily argue for the UK to stay in the EU.