London music hub Tileyard Studios has expanded Tileyard Education, a facility for the hands-on training of new generation music producers and artists.
The number of Britons regularly singing in choirs has hit a high of two million, but more funding is needed to support this growth, a new study shows.
Two EU culture committees have voted in favour of addressing the ‘value gap’ in the digital music market to bring fairer remuneration for music creators and rightsholders.
Music Venue Trust (MVT) and TicketWeb have launched Grassroots Venues Tickets, a website for fans to find listings and tickets for grassroots music venues across the UK.
Labour MP Tom Watson has called on members of the European parliament to use their voting rights to close the ‘value gap’ between digital service providers and music creators.
Sarah Frances Jenkins, Rebecca Farthing and Will Harmer are among the winners of the BBC Proms 2017 Inspire Young Composers competition.
Robbie Williams is to become the first ever patron of Music Support, a charity providing help for music industry professionals suffering from alcoholism, addiction and mental health issues.
Live music fans generated £4bn in direct and indirect spending at UK concerts and festivals in 2016, the new Wish You Were Here report from UK Music finds.
Illegal streaming devices and ‘stream-rippers’ threaten copyright progress, warns the Intellectual Property Office (IPO).
Stream-ripping now overshadows all other methods of illegal music piracy, a new report from PRS for Music and the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) finds.