The trade mission aims to boost British music in China and will take place from 30 March to 4 April 2020.
The Department for Education (DfE) has announced an £80m investment by the Government in music hubs to help thousands more children to learn instruments and play in orchestras or choirs.
Following a landslide victory for the Conservatives, the BPI’s chief executive Geoff Taylor urges the government to deliver a trade deal with the EU that ‘boosts’ UK music exports.
The BRIT’s will celebrate its 40th show with a number of changes that will mark a new ear for the awards ceremony.
Creative Industries minister Nigel Adams has chosen one album from the last seven decades to display in his ministerial office.
The UK industry trade mission aims to open the door for British music businesses to explore the growing opportunities in the South American Country.
The BPI reports that data from the IFPI’s 2019 Music Listening Report reveals that the UK’s love of music has been developed by the growth in streaming combined with continuing access to music on physical formats.
Bring the Noise is designed to inspire children to become musicians and discover the joys of music making.
The latest round of Music Growth Scheme (MEGS) funding will support British acts including Self Esteem, Dave, Afro B, Tusks and Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes.
Yesterday (Wednesday) Nicky Morgan, Chair of House of Commons Treasury Committee, was appointed Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, by the new Prime Minister Boris Johnson.