Less than a year after publishing its 12-point action plan for gender equality in its operations, The Ivors Academy and Ivors Academy Trust have achieved an important and symbolic goal: 50 percent gender balance on their boards
The Royal Northern College of Music’s Principal Study Vocal Tutor is one of seven researchers commissioned by BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council to help expand the breadth, depth and ethnic diversity of the classical…
The D/deaf and Disability Arts Organisation of Liverpool has taken the bold step of accepting the joint application of Nickie Miles-Wildin and Grace Ng as its new Artistic Directors and CEO
As part of Sound Connections' promise and commitment to anti-racism, diversity and inclusion, we are dedicating our 2021 two-day conference to diversifying the workforce in music education
National industry association UK Music has published a detailed report showing notable improvements in diversity across the music industry but says there is still a long way to go
The music education membership organisation Music Mark has employed a consultant, Samantha Spence, to help its members address issues of diversity, inclusion and representation
London Music Masters (LMM) has announced that 40 music organisations will form the first two Cohorts of its new diversity and inclusion audit tool, I’M IN
All donations received between 23-30 June will be doubled as part of The Big Give’s 'Champions for Children' campaign and used to deliver the Future Sound music education programme
Arts organisations and museums in England are being warned they will lose public funding unless they meet 'stretching' targets to create and attract more diverse workforces and audiences.
Arts Council England has announced a year-long research project and sector survey to explore the diversity of the classical music sector.