Ailie Robertson, Robert Allan, Benjamin Graves, Philip Ashworth and Daniel Kidane have been selected for the Royal Scottish National Orchestra’s RSNO Composers’ Hub.
PRS for Music and Trinity Laban have come together for a third year to host The Composers Seminar – an evening of careers advice and networking. Apply for your free ticket now.
‘I’m far more moved by authenticity than originality': composer Ailie Robertson on the musical past and present of Scotland.
Sir Neville Marriner, esteemed conductor, violinist and founder of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, has sadly passed away aged 92.
As the music and gaming industries boom over ever louder collisions, Anita Awbi looks into what’s on offer for composers willing to embrace their inner geek…
We spend 30 seconds with rising composer and artistic director of the London Graduate Orchestra to learn more about his unique approach to sound and how he first got into composing...
Alexandra Coghlan dives into the contemporary classical world to discover how composers, commissioners and programmers must unite to thrive in 21st century Britain.
The BBC Philharmonic is to launch a new series of interactive concerts set to change the way music lovers experience orchestral performances.
Hull’s Humber Bridge is to be turned into a sound installation as part of the programme for Hull’s year as Capital of Culture in 2017.
We meet some of our newest members to join PRS for Music in the latest quarter including Declan McKenna, Mutado Pintado and Wolfgang and Camilla Buttress...