Urban Development’s Industry Takeover all-dayer is returning for 2016 with a packed programme of panels, networking and open seminars.
BBC Radio 3 is presenting a pan-industry conference to encourage greater inclusion from the UK’s black, Asian and minority ethnic communities in classical music.
EU safe harbour legislation and the repercussions of Brexit on music licensing policies will come under scrutiny at the next Music 4.5 seminar.
A panel of artists and industry experts will gather to discuss the potential issues facing the music business following the UK’s brexit vote.
Zara McFarlane and Guy Barker are among the composers to feature in an upcoming event from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA).
Festival No.6 has partnered with PRS for Music to present Melt Yourself Down, Fickle Friends and Get Inuit on its Lost in the Woods stage.
The inaugural Future Sound Conference will bring together experts from the worlds of academia and industry to discuss the future of music creation and assimilation.
The 2016 BBC Proms season is to pay tribute to David Bowie, celebrate the TV dance contest Strictly Come Dancing and expand from the Royal Albert Hall to host a show in a carpark.
The English Folk Dance and Song Society (EFDSS) has announced its summer season of activities including classes, courses and workshops for songwriters and musicians.
The independent music industry is set to come together for a one-day event to address the question, ‘is the punk ethic alive and kicking?