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'The Federation of Recorded Music Societies (FRMS) can claim to have played its part in developing greater enthusiasm and understanding of recorded classical music over a substantial portion of the past century. The Federation was formed in 1936 as the National Federation of Gramophone Societies. Although the title has changed to reflect more recent developments, the aims of the movement have remained basically unaltered and the attraction is still present in the 21st century as well over 100 societies continue to meet on a regular basis.'

'Research at the Royal College of Music embraces the creative, cultural and scientific study of music. Our thriving community of researchers works on a diverse range of projects in musicology, performance science, music education, composition and performance.'

'The Royal Philharmonic Society is for people who love music - whether you listen to it, perform it, compose it, study it, explore it, or simply cherish it. We believe that classical music enriches all our lives and we work together to ensure it has a vibrant future ahead. Our membership comprises music lovers across the UK and internationally, as well as amateur and professional musicians. Those who govern and run the organisation each lead lives committed to music too.'

'An independent educational charity whose mission is to "promote the study, practice and improvement of music in Christian worship". We support churches, musicians, and church communities of all kinds, by ensuring that they have access to the relevant support, training and education resources to sustain them now and into the future.' The RSCM organize occasional series of Lunchtime Lectures: 'Covering a variety of aspects of sacred music, our experts will each deliver a lecture of approximately 45 minutes followed by a Q&A session to allow direct audience engagement'.


'The SCO makes a significant contribution to Scottish life both on the concert platform and beyond, working in schools, universities, hospitals, care homes and community centres through its award-winning Creative Learning programme.'

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