The global annual Piano Day festival, founded by Nils Frahm, returns for its third edition next week.
The New Music 20x12 extravaganza will take over London’s Southbank Centre later this month, with an ambitious programme offering free concerts, discounted tickets, composing workshops and debates.
Fancy getting your hands on two tickets to see Graham Fitkin's Track to Track at the New Music 20x12 weekend at the Southbank Centre?
The Proms 2011 drew to a close last weekend and, while the BBC announced that the festival had attracted record audiences, M caught up with composer Graham Fitkin to find out more about his Proms premiere.
Diverse British composer Graham Fitkin has worked across genres and continents; performing, conducting, publishing, producing and educating others about classical composition.
To mark the 117th Proms, M has spoken to some of the key composers premiering new works this year - bringing you an insider's view of the world's greatest classical music festival.
To mark the 117th Proms, M will be talking to some of the composers whose work will be premiered at the Royal Albert Hall this year. We will be asking upcoming and established composers, including Simon Holt, Judith Bingham, Vartan Melkonian and Graham Fitkin, about their careers and finding out about the burning issues that face classical composers in Britain today.