A handy guide to the top stories published on M online this week, Monday 5 August to Friday 9 August, in case you missed any...
Are you a student composer looking to have their work broadcast on the radio and performed by an award winning musician? Apply now for the British Composer Awards Student Competition.
We talk to BBC Proms director Roger Wright to get a glimpse behind the headlines and find out what it’s all about...
This week we're celebrating the breadth and diversity of the BBC Proms. With the 119th season now in full flow, we've scoured the exhaustive programme to unearth some of the most interesting UK composers taking part this year. From Julian Anderson's opening piece
Harmony to Django Bates’ The Study of Touch, many of Britain’s best working composers have won new commissions or premieres. Listen to our pick here.
The Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) has awarded £81,500 in grants to young classical composers and musicians.
BBC Radio 6’s Steve Lamacq will go head to head with Radio 3’s classical music specialist Tom Service for a crossover night at The Proms later this month.
The BFI is celebrating 100 years since the birth of composer Benjamin Britten with a season of events showing how his music has been used in film and TV.
Arts and Business (A&B) are now accepting nominations from UK arts bodies for the 6th Prince of Wales Medal for Arts Philanthropy.
M hears from two of composers - Andrew Pearce and Matt Dunkley - on how to score and work with brass instruments when composing for the screen…
We talk to the pioneering soundsmith as he launches his latest sonic adventure at National Theatre outcrop The Shed.