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BBCSSO announces 2016/17 season

The BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra has announced its 2016/17 season. The season, which is Thomas Dausgaard’s first as chief conductor,Read More

Sound and Music launches initiative to address lack of diversity in new music

Sound and Music has launched a new initiative to address the lack of diversity in new music. The Active Encouragement:Read More

Four new Jerwood Opera Writing Fellowships announced

Aldeburgh Music and Jerwood Charitable Foundation have announced four fellowships which will result in the creation of new opera projects.Read More

Gregynog Festival 2016

This year’s Gregynog Festival (16-26 June) will celebrate ten years with Dr Rhian Davies as artistic director with a programme exploring culturalRead More

Guy Woolfenden (1937-2016)

Composer Guy Woolfenden, best known for his work with the Royal Shakespeare Company, died on 15 April 2016. Born inRead More

ENO Chorus to perform Brahms’ A German Requiem

Mark Wigglesworth will conduct the Chorus of English National Opera in Brahms’ A German Requiem on 15, 16 and 29 April. The workRead More

Winners announced for the Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer Of The Year

The finals of the eighth Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer Of The Year Competition took place on 18 May atRead More

Win a class trip to see Bend It Like Beckham the Musical with an exclusive Q&A session!

Hit West End show Bend It Like Beckham the Musical and Hot Tickets For Schools have joined forces to provideRead More

Entries open for NCEM Young Composers Award 2016

Entries are now open for the 2016 NCEM Young Composers Award. UK-based composers aged 25 or under are invited toRead More

Duo Dorado

Early English music centred around the violin sonatas of Handel’s contemporary William Croft and other London composers of the period. Hazel BrooksRead More

BREMF: The Glories of Tudor England

Workshop and Performance Led by David Allinson. By the early decades of the 16th century, English church music had developedRead More

L’ESTRO ARMONICO

Cambridge Early Music Festival of Italian Music: La Serenissima. Adrian Chandler, director. It was 300 years ago that Vivaldi published his setRead More

BREMF:The Tallis Scholars

The Field of the Cloth of Gold – celebrating a great treaty Peter Phillips director The Field of the ClothRead More

BREMF: Celebrating Gabrieli

400th Anniversary Concert Multi-choir music for voices and instruments The English Cornett and Sackbut Ensemble BREMF Consort of Voices Deborah RobertsRead More

BREMF: Celebrating Food, Wine and Song

Picnic concert with cabaret-style format The Orlando Consort A grand celebration of medieval music and food, this is one ofRead More

Platinum Consort: In The Dark

Following the success of their first album, Platinum Consort make their debut appearance at Kings Place, with a live performanceRead More

The Choral Pilgrimage 2012

Harry Christophers and The Sixteen are touring their Choral Pilgrimage 2012 which features music by Franco-Flemish composers Josquin, Brumel andRead More

BREMF: Secret Carnivals

What nuns got up to in the middle of the night! Musica Secreta Celestial Sirens Deborah Roberts and Laurie StrasRead More

BREMF: Celebrating Coronations (and a Diamond Jubilee)

International Baroque Players The BREMF Singers John Hancorn director Coronations have, for centuries, provided an unrivalled sense of occasion withRead More

HEBREO The Search for Salomone Rossi: A film by Joseph Rochlitz, with Profeti della Quinta

2012 International Young Artists Showcase In the late Renaissance, a young Jewish violinist burst through the barriers of discrimination andRead More