‘There is a lot going on at the edges of the classical world, but a lot of the mainstream still feels quite backward looking’: Composer Matthew Whiteside discusses his latest album and more.
The Ivors Academy have revealed 33 nominated compositions, with shortlisted composers including Sir Harrison Birtwistle, Sir James MacMillan, Helen Grimes and Gavin Higgins.
CBSO chief executive Stephen Maddock celebrates the orchestra's 100th birthday with a selection of pieces that have inspired its work and some which feature in upcoming events...
Calling all composers – submit music for choir, brass quintet and/or organ for the possibility to feature in JAM’s 2020 launch concert in London.
Anna Meredith, Clara Iannotta and Rebecca Saunders are among the composers shortlisted for the 30th annual Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) Awards.
Decca is supporting the launch of a new Universal Music UK Sound Foundation bursary, The Decca Bursary, to help give children a classical music education, whatever their financial background.
Classical Music magazine has launched a survey to evaluate opinion of mental health support in the music industry.
‘There are serious issues with what one might describe as classically based work. I think it still has a major, major image and access problem’: Red Note Ensemble’s John Harris chats about the challenges classical music faces.
Gramaphone have revealed the top three recordings in the ten main categories for the annual Gramophone Classical Music Awards.
The Ivors Academy is offering a 50 percent discount on tickets to the upcoming In Conversation With: Daniel Kidane composers’ event.