‘Every week you can find here a new recording of one of Bach’s 1080 works. In September 2013 we started performing and recording all of Bach’s works. The first recordings were made available on this site on 2 May 2014, followed by a new Bach recording every Friday. Each piece of music by Bach has its own page where site visitors can choose: the recording, interviews, background information or audience reactions. You can watch and listen to every single piece in its entirety. Musicians will talk about what the music does for them. Background information is provided for each work and all the facts about the recording are compactly summarised. The public section of the site has space for reactions from listeners.’


Also indexedNetherlands Bach Society

Mission is ‘to make classical music, opera and ballet events more accessible to a wider number of people all around the world and to enable those who want to find out what's on, to be able to do so quickly and efficiently’ ... ‘Bachtrack  was founded in January 2008 and is the largest classical event finder online. We list over 12,000 upcoming events in classical concerts, opera and dance. We also publish around 200 reviews every month from our team of around 120 reviewers based all around the world.’


'This site is building a comprehensive set of world-wide brass band contest results. It provides links between the various bands where they share conductors, test pieces etc., so it can easily be seen when a piece has been used and which band it was played by. We need your help! ... Make your contribution to this unique project today ...'


'Has achieved an enviable reputation as the premier 'listings" website for British and International Choirs. It also remains predominantly a free listing service "serving the choral tradition".' Contains Titles and Links for over 4,000 'British Choirs with Web sites or facebook pages or contactable email addresses'.


'Presents 50,000 recordings and their associated documentation from the Library’s extensive collections of unique sound recordings which come from all over the world and cover the entire range of recorded sound: music, drama and literature, oral history, wildlife and environmental sounds.'


'This Website aims to promote Choral Evensong by making it easy to search for services across the British Isles. Using just a place name or postcode one can find relevant information about cathedrals, churches, the type of choir, weekly service schedules, music lists, and contact details. Many people love the music of choral evensong services, which are arguably one of the glories of Britain. They are also free of charge. We think this wonderful tradition deserves to be better known.'


Brief details of forthcoming concerts submitted by UK choral organizations: who, where, when, what, ticket information. Organized by month, and within that chronologically by date.

Also indexedBritish Choirs on the Net

‘Promote your classical music concerts for free with Classical Events. Whether you are a soloist, choir, opera company, orchestra, string ensemble, brass ensemble, wind band, brass band or similar your concerts are welcome.’


WHO represents WHOM ‘Classical Music Artists aims to be the most reliable and up-to-date source of representational and management information for classical musicians around the world ... Published jointly by the Association Européenne des Agents Artistiques and the International Artists Managers' Association.’


'The interactive Concert Guide specialising in listings for Opera, Ballet and Classical Music Concerts.'


gigglemusic is the first social network for classical musicians. Whether you’re a music student, an amateur or professional musician looking for gigs, a fixer looking for music players, a music teacher looking for pupils, or a concert-goer looking for concerts, or if you provide a service to any or all of these music professionals, gigglemusic can help you to navigate the musical world ... Our mission is to be the global platform which connects the classical and jazz music industry with all its participants. We aim to create an accessible space where musicians can connect, communicate, grow and promote themselves by planning and discovering musical events and opportunities. It is our goal that, while striving to excel for all our stakeholders, we are conducted by the highest possible business and ethical standards.’


Making Music members promote over 12,000 music events each year in the UK. Our members include choirs, orchestras, music clubs, samba groups, jazz bands, folk groups, festivals and many more. If you want to find out about concerts, workshops and festivals near you, this is the place to come ... Make Music Day UK is an annual set of free music events taking place in venues and public spaces – from town squares to libraries, bandstands to school halls and arts centres. It takes place on the longest day of the year – on 21 June. You can organise or attend an event near you while joining thousands of other music lovers around the world in over 120 countries!’


Also indexedMake Music Day UK

'The world's most complete on-line database about opera ... Offering a plateform for opera fans and opera professionals as well: the Worlds biggest and most global listing of Opera performances. Proposing services for Professionals: access to the Archives and the Casting Tool, possibilty to list the production rentals for sale or rent ...'


'Since its inception in the late 90s, OrganFax has been a household name amongst organ and keyboard enthusiasts. Here you will find a wealth of information and useful resources related to the business of music making; this includes news, articles, directories and much much more.'


'The leading Website for organ recitals in Britain ... organrecitals.com is a service, not a business, that seeks to provide detailed concert listings – together with stop lists, maps, and other useful material – in an attractive format that's user-friendly. It is hoped that the free advertising and equal billing for the famous and the lesser-known will be beneficial to all concerned.'


ALERT  PLEASE NOTE: organrecitals.com is no longer maintained. The Site has now been taken offline (May 2022)


'This is a jumping off point for an unofficial round-up of the huge number of non-professional orchestras and ensembles in the UK. A large number of them now have their own websites, and I get frequent e-mails from people looking for places to play and letting me know of orchestras I need to add to my list - I welcome the correspondence! So, if you're looking for somewhere to play or somewhere to listen, select a region from the "Regions" drop-down ... or click on the map and you'll be there ...'


'Finding a folk festival has now become easier. We aim to list almost all the festivals in the UK. If you know of one that's missing, do let us know, so we can update the lists ...'


Sacred Harp Singing in the United Kingdom has increased considerably in the past few years, to the extent that there are now numerous monthly Local House Groups, and All-day Singings on at least three out of four weekends every month ... Although the words set to the songs are mainly from religious backgrounds, there is no requirement for participants to belong to any church or denomination whatever. Many, however, will find that the music itself is both deeply moving and spiritual. Nor is musical experience required — the music is written in the same way as it was over 200 years ago in America, where itinerant singing masters taught complete beginners to sing using techniques first conceived in England.’


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