PRS Foundation has revealed the 19 new works selected for the New Music Biennial 2019 that will offer a snapshot of UK contemporary music across two major festivals, on air and online.
The Association of Independent Music (AIM) has released a host of new names for its AIM Sync conference that will take place at the Barbican Centre, London, on 28 January.
Calling all screen composers and music publishers – the Music+Sound Awards is calling for submissions for its eighth annual ceremony.
Genesis and David Bowie producer Hugh Padgham is to receive the Music Producers Guild (MPG) Award for Outstanding Contribution to UK music.
The Association of Independent Music (AIM) has announced a new international sync licensing conference, with panellists including composer Jessica Curry and Stuart Braithwaite of Mogwai.
The one-day conference created by, and for, independent musicians returns to London next month for the fifth year running.
The festival celebrates its 10th anniversary next year, with performers including Laura Mvula, plus a series of talks, workshops and showcases.
Next year's event will be the biggest yet, with over 1,800 live music professionals set to attend across the week.
Want to find out how performing, sync and mechanical rights work? Attend the Inside Music Publishing session from YGN and PRS for Music to get the lowdown.
The upcoming 50 Years of the British Music Collection event will celebrate the national archive’s birthday and explore its impact on composers working today.