A survey will be used to record the providers’ organisation and networks, as well as the contents, forms, contact groups, and costs of the offerings. The focus is on the courses offered by associations, lessons offered by private and subsidised music schools, workshops by socio-cultural institutions, and learning opportunities offered by self-employed persons. The data collected will be evaluated statistically and interpreted in the context of interviews with music professionals and feedback from an internationally-staffed sounding board. A publication, which will be printed and available online, will summarise the results, and will serve to support the various music learning providers in their quest for quality and innovation. In addition, capturing the field of music learning providers in a changing society will provide political decision-makers with an informational basis for the further development of musical education.