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ROH renews partnership with BP

The Royal Opera House (ROH) has renewed its partnership with BP for a further five years. The relationship between theRead More

Echo Klassik 2017 award winners announced

The winners of this year’s Echo Klassik awards have been announced. The awards will be presented on 9 October atRead More

ISME world conference 2016

The International Society for Music Education’s world conference 2016 will take place at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow fromRead More

Justine Greening appointed education secretary

Prime Minister Theresa May has appointed Justine Greening as education secretary. She replaces Nicky Morgan. MP for Putney, Roehampton andRead More

Guildhall School appoints Lynne Williams as new principal

Lynne Williams is to become the Guildhall School’s new principal. She will take over from Professor Barry Ife in earlyRead More

Generation Change

Music teaching can be a uniquely isolating and challenging career path, whether we are classroom music teachers or peripatetic tutors.Read More

London Calling: David Pickard on the Proms

‘There’s a slight sense that everybody expects to open the guide and find out it’s no longer taking place atRead More

British Council’s Paul Parkinson has died

Paul Parkinson MBE, specialist advisor for music at the British Council, has died following a long illness. In a letter toRead More

Rhinegold British Music Education Yearbook

Parliament debates ‘unthinkable’ EBacc without arts

The English Baccalaureate (EBacc) was debated in the House of Commons on 4 July, after a petition calling the measure’s exclusionRead More

Guildhall seeks adult non-singers for research project

The Guildhall School of Music & Drama is seeking to recruit adult non-singers for the first phase of a newRead More

Music in Secondary Schools trust receives £2.8m

The Music in Secondary Schools Trust (MiSST) has received £2.8m, securing its future for the next four years. 3,700 youngRead More

Orchestral manoeuvres: aid to cultural relations or diplomatic window dressing?

On the face of it, symphony orchestras are a strange medium in which to conduct contemporary international cultural relations. TheyRead More

High fidelity: the Fidelio Trio

A good year for the Fidelio Trio culminated in a shortlisting for a Royal Philharmonic Society award in May. UpRead More

Study recognises positive impact of Arts Award

A study carried out by London South Bank University has concluded that the Arts Award is having a positive impact onRead More

LCO announces 2016/17 season

The London Chamber Orchestra‘s 2016/17 season includes two concerts celebrating music inspired by Shakespeare. The season will open with aRead More

Charity fund recipients

2016/17: Southbank Sinfonia Founded in 2002, Southbank Sinfonia aims to transform the prospects of some of the world’s most promisingRead More

Web resource: www.shakespearelives.org

Two and a half stars The British Council specialises in international educational and cultural opportunities and it’s their aim to connect millions ofRead More

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland announces new partnership

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has announced a new partnership with Dumfries House. The conservatoire will launch a new arts education programmeRead More

London Youth Choir appoints Nina Camilleri as executive director

Nina Camilleri will join the London Youth Choir as executive director in autumn 2016. Currently director of strategy and development withRead More