Current signatories: 2044

  • Provide every young person access to a range of music experiences
  • Provide more opportunities for young people to broaden their musical interests and skills
  • Nurture our most talented young musicians
  • To develop a world class workforce in music education
  • To improve the support structures for young people's music making

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