The Edinburgh International Festival returns in August 2019 for its 73rd year, and they have announced a programme that includes 293 performances across 17 venues featuring 2600 artists from 40 nations.
Roger Charley, known as Ranking Roger, vocalist for the Beat and General Public has died aged 56.
The European Parliament has voted to adopt the Copyright Directive, which will transfer copyright liability from users to internet platforms.
The Independent newspaper has announced the acts that will appear on their stage at this year’s Live at Leeds festival, including Ibibio Sound Machine and Kate Tempest.
The leading charity for professional musicians, Help Musicians UK, has teamed up with High Speed One at St Pancras International for Pianists of St Pancras on National Piano Day.
The British Academy of Songwriters, Composers & Authors has announced that it will now be known as The Ivors Academy in a move to enhance it visibility as a champion of music creators.
The news that experimental pop artist Scott Walker has died came via his label 4AD this morning (Monday).
Ahead of the European Parliament vote on the Copyright Directive tomorrow (Tuesday) industry bodies have united in support of creators.
The Britten-Pears Foundation and Snape Maltings have announced they will combine to create one organisation, the Benjamin Britten Foundation.
According to research in the BPI’s latest yearbook, All About the Music 2019, UK recorded music revenues are up by 20 percent, which has been boosted by surging subscription streaming.