‘Music is becoming a cultural preserve that is gradually only becoming accessible to those who are from wealthy backgrounds. This is a huge concern for future generations’: composer Philip Herbert talks about the future of classical music.
‘There are serious issues with what one might describe as classically based work. I think it still has a major, major image and access problem’: Red Note Ensemble’s John Harris chats about the challenges classical music faces.
The Association of Independent Music (AIM) has teamed up with Stonewall, the UK’s principal charity for lesbian, gay, bi, and trans equality, as a Diversity Champion and is encouraging the industry to join them in fighting for better inclusivity and representation.
UK Music published the results of its 2018 Music Industry Workforce Diversity Survey on Monday, but chair Keith Harris OBE has warned there are still 'significant issues' around minority representation at senior levels in the music business.
Annabel Allum, FINNO, and Rebecca Hurn are the final wave of artists to be chosen for Festival Republic and PRS Foundation’s ReBalance programme, which provides a step-up for female led bands and solo artists in …
Further to the BMI’s reaction to the election result today (Friday), the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM), Bacc for the Future, AIM and UK Music have responded to the Conservative’s landslide victory.