The majority of British gig-goers would support measures to reduce mobile phone filming and photography at live shows, according to new research.
A study by Universal Music Group examining recordings of Bach’s work has found that some pieces are now performed almost 30 percent quicker than half a century ago.
A new study into work-life balance in music and the performing arts has found that carers, parents and freelancers are hit with a £3,000 a year 'career penalty'.
Women are defining the emerging guitar market, according to a new study by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation (FMIC).
A newly released YouGov study claims that the number of UK residents illegally downloading music has fallen dramatically by 18% in the last five years.
Ever wondered why live music gives you goosebumps? Well, researchers think they may have cracked the science behind it.
Attending a live music gig once a fortnight could increase your life expectancy by nine years due to the increase in feelings of wellbeing, according to the O2 commissioned study.
According to a new academic study, earworms – the songs which get stuck in your head – have a common set of characteristics.
A new Norwegian study has found that musicians in the country are three times more likely to face deteriorating mental health than other citizens.
Listening to classical music can help boost concentration and self-discipline, a new study has showed.