The next Label Evolution event, in association with Association of Independent Music (AIM), will examine the role of the record label in the post-streaming economy.
The Ultimate Seminar returns to London next month with a programme including songwriters Etta Bond and Cass Lowe, and BMG’s Charlene Grant.
Composers Fraser Trainer and James Redwood are taking part in Music for Youth’s 2018 Proms to celebrate inclusivity, accessibility and diversity in music.
This year's edition will feature nine world premieres, and introduces new artists and audiences to the organ.
Connie Constance, Fontaines D.C. and Squid are among the acts set to play in east London in November, offering a first glimpse of the talent lined up to play the festival next year.
BASS2018 will pay homage to 50 years of reggae, with live acts including Toots and the Maytals and Carroll Thompson, a four-week film series, The Art of Reggae exhibition and lots more.
Mercury Prize winner Speech Debelle and country-pop singer-songwriter Jerry Williams are among the artists slated for PRS for Music panel sessions at BBC Introducing Live.
Brighton Music Conference, the UK’s leading electronic music business event, has announced a venue change for its sixth year.
A new seminar from MIDiA Research will examine opportunities for growing revenues in the digital music market as audio and video streaming reaches maturity.
The next Music Publishers Association Specialist Seminar will delve into disruptive technologies including blockchain, cryptocurrencies and artificial intelligence. Learn more and book your place...