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.
A record number of women have been shortlisted for the Music Producers Guild (MPG) Awards 2019, with rising stars Cecile Desnos, Dani Bennett Spragg and Rhiannon Mair all in the running.
A new music industry session will explore the constant battle for the public’s attention, and how content is adapting to meet the new short-form trend.
London's Wigmore Hall has teamed up with Classic FM to launch a discount ticket scheme which will provide under-35s with £5 tickets to concerts at the venue.
‘This is the first really significant change in copyright law in decades’: Grammy Award-winning songwriter Paul Williams reacts to the passing of the Music Modernization Act.
Experimental producer Klein, sound artist Mark Leckey and producer/artist Mark Fell are among the names confirmed for the 2018 edition this December.
Your chance to see South London grime MC and producer Novelist headline the next PRS Presents, with support from ace newcomers Dylan Cartlidge and Oscar Jerome.