'British Choirs on the Net' is a signatory to the Music Manifesto.
The music manifesto is about creating more music for more people. It offers a strategy and set of priorities for the next three to five years, focusing on children and young people. Developed by a sixty-strong coalition of musicians, composers, educators, music industry representatives and policy makers, the music manifesto has been designed to be a living, interactive resource, owned by all those who sign up to it. At the heart of the music manifesto is a determination that all those involved in music education should work together to deliver musical opportunities for young people. We intend it to be a benchmark for future activities across the music sector. We hope that it will act as a spur for those who want to contribute to music education but don't know how, and we believe that it will help both to nurture diversity and to channel it, so that activities are mutually reinforcing. In short, it is intended to celebrate, articulate, motivate and recruit! 'British Choirs on the Net' seeks to ensure, where possible, that Vocal music is a priority within the Music Manifesto and that Choral Music 'for all' is an important element in any subsequent National Vocal Strategy