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Tenebrae announces associate artists 2016/17

Tenebrae has appointed soprano Bethany Partridge, countertenor Tom Lilburn and tenor James Robinson as associate artists for 2016/17. The year-longRead More

Yamaha seeks piano scholars for 2017

Yamaha Music is seeking scholars for the 2017 Yamaha Music Foundation Piano Scholarship programme. The scholarships are open to pianoRead More

MU announces Teachers’ CPD weekend

The next edition of the biennial Musicians’ Union Teachers’ CPD weekend will take place on 28 and 29 October inRead More

MiSST appoints Nicola Benedetti as patron

The Music in Secondary Schools Trust (MiSST) has announced Nicola Benedetti as its new patron. The violinist will work closely withRead More

Corbyn launches new arts policy

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has launched a new arts policy outlining his priorities for the arts and arts education inRead More

Open access

Although CM is celebrating 40 years this issue, Arts Council England and Radio 3 are marking an even greater milestone.Read More

International Youth Choir Festival officially launches

Two of London’s top concert venues will be taken over by young voices from all over the world next AprilRead More

Culture minister makes mostly positive first impression in keynote

‘Creative industries will be absolutely central to our post-Brexit future.’ No shortage of pep talk from Matt Hancock, the newRead More

Theresa May outlines radical changes to English schools

In her first major policy announcement as prime minister Theresa May today outlined a radical set of education reforms forRead More

Creativity without borders

Much has been made about the uncertainty that the UK is experiencing post-Brexit and things won’t be settled for severalRead More

Registration open for Music & Drama Education Expo 2017

Visitors can now register for their free ticket to the Music & Drama Education Expo 2017. The next edition of Europe’sRead More

Five years on: Expo 2017

Head of content Alex Stevens on plans for the Expo’s fifth anniversary It may not seem possible, but when itRead More

Scholarships available for Sing for Pleasure’s young conductors programme

Sing for Pleasure is inviting choral conductors aged 18-25 to apply for its 2016/17 young conductors programme. Four successful applicants willRead More

Scottish Opera to present UK’s first dementia-friendly opera performance

An abridged version of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro will be the UK’s first dementia-friendly opera performance. With a running time of 1 hourRead More

Concert marks the foundation of the Oleg Prokofiev Trust

The children of Oleg Prokofiev have founded a trust in memory of the artist, sculptor and poet. The Oleg Prokofiev Trust isRead More

Paul Harris to give ISM Trust seminar

Teacher and author Paul Harris will give a one-day seminar at the University of Aberdeen from 10.15am to 4.15pm onRead More

ICMP announces partnership with HCM

The Institute of Contemporary Music Performance (ICMP) has announced a new partnership with Hertfordshire College of Music (HCM). The partnershipRead More

Nominations open for the 2017 Music Teacher Awards for Excellence

We are now accepting nominations for the 2017 Music Teacher Awards for Excellence, which will be presented at a galaRead More

Edinburgh’s Royal High School to become music school

Edinburgh Council has approved plans to transform the A-listed Royal High School into a new home for St Mary’s MusicRead More

NYOS chief executive announces retirement

Joan Gibson has announced her retirement as chief executive and artistic director of the National Youth Orchestras of Scotland followingRead More