Our Grants for the Arts funding programme is open to music projects
We support all kinds of musical genres to meet the needs of artists and to make music accessible to everyone.
Music in the National Portfolio
One hundred and two music organisations currently receive regular Arts Council funding as part of our national portfolio.Find out more
We aim to bring the most inspiring musical experiences to both audiences and participants, whether in traditional venues like concert halls, churches and schools, or unconventional spaces like libraries, swimming pools, and even car-parks!
In 2014/15 we invested £168.2 million in music organisations and musicians across all kinds of genres. One hundred and two organisations currently receive regular funding as part of our National Portfolio, ranging from large-scale opera companies and orchestras, to independent music producers and local music teaching and participation organisations.
We want music to be enjoyed by all and our focus is on identifying new talent and finding new audiences through touring, digital media, and presenting music in fresh and surprising ways.
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Find out how our Music Education Hubs work across the country
Latest news, blog posts and case studies
We’re investing in Capsule’s international plans to celebrate the musical influence and fandom of the Birmingham-born band, Black Sabbath.
We supported Punch Records to take four UK-based artists back to their homelands to discover their musical roots. These are their stories.
Headteacher Andy Gamble blogs about how our In Harmony programme has transformed his two schools
Six Music education hubs in the south west are included on the 13-strong longlist for the 2016 MEC UK Music Education Awards announced last week.
Hear about the team of specialists, funded through our Museum Resilience fund, who make sure anything the dead (and undead) leave behind gets the best possible care!
Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery have made a successful application for £4,175,000 to our large Capital Investment programme to support world class spaces for contemporary art in the new History Centre, planned to open in 2020.