The Worlds in Collision conference will bring together musicians, scientists and military personnel to explore how music can help soldiers overcome war trauma.
A new opera celebrating the life of suffragette Emily Wilding Davison is launching at the Hippodrome Theatre in Todmorden this summer.
The British Library is to host Poetry in Sound: The Music of Benjamin Britten (1913-1976), a new exhibition celebrating the life and work of the great British composer.
BBC’s Young Musician 2014 has launched its annual talent search with previous winner Nicola Benedetti as ambassador.
We went to The Ivors last week to chat to winners, nominees & guests. Watch the first instalment of our video series…
Booking for the 2013 events opened at 9am on Saturday 11 May and more than 114,000 tickets were sold in the first 12 hours. Last year 97,000 tickets were purchased during the equivalent period.
Manchester’s Halle Orchestra will close this summer’s Live From Jodrell Bank series with a concert inspired by space.
Singer songwriter Volente’s sonic experimentations and wild way with an outfit have seen her compared to the likes of Bjork and Kate Bush. And on her latest musical explorations she’s blending electronica and classical stylings in a way reminiscent of the Icelandic star. M caught up with her for 30 Seconds to find ask why music is so important…
Renowned British composer Steve Martland has passed away aged 53, his publisher Schott Music announced yesterday.
Lilly Vadaneaux, an 11 year-old composer, is the youngest ever winner of a National Centre for Early Music (NCEM) Composers Award.