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Music Production Expo 2016

The Music Production Expo (MPX) will take place on 18 November at the MK Arena, Milton Keynes. Aimed at buddingRead More

Helios Collective announces Formations masterclasses 2016

The second edition of the Helios Collective’s Formations masterclass series will take place 14-25 November. The masterclasses allow participants to engageRead More

City Music Foundation announces 2016 artists

Tabea Debus (recorder), Miguel Gorodi (jazz trumpet), Joseph Houston (piano), Hannah Morgan (oboe), Ligeti Quartet, Nérija (contemporary jazz ensemble) andRead More

Report: Diversity and Inclusion in Composition Conference

Britain is diversifying and the classical music industry needs to diversify with it, was the general consensus at Radio 3’sRead More

Radio 3 makes diversity pledge

Radio 3 controller Alan Davey pledged to reappraise the station’s commissioning process at the inaugural Diversity and Inclusion in ClasssicalRead More

Robot Orchestra to give debut performance

An ensemble of robots will give its first performances as part of Manchester’s Science Festival on 26 October. Made byRead More

New score to accompany silent film at Manchester screening

A recently discovered silent film showing how Europeans in the 1920s enjoyed the science museums of London, Paris, Munich and ViennaRead More

Uptake of arts subjects drops again

Figures published by the Department for Education show that the percentage of pupils entering for at least one arts subjectRead More

Annual survey now open are now running their annual survey, which seeks to look at the theatre experience of audience members – noRead More

Chi-chi Nwanoku MBE named Black British Business Person of 2016

Double bassist Chi-chi Nwanoku has been named Black British Business Person of 2016. Now in their third year, the awardsRead More

Basca Gold Badge recipients announced

The recipients of this year’s Basca Gold Badge awards include Gillian Moore MBE and Sally Groves MBE. As the creativeRead More

Help Musicians to launch Northern Ireland brand

Help Musicians is to introduce a new brand in Northern Ireland next month. The charity’s first outreach operation, Help Musicians Northern IrelandRead More

Birmingham City University announces partnership with UK Music

Birmingham City University is to become one of the Music Academic Partnership‘s 11 member organisations. Run by UK Music, MAP offersRead More

Rockschool launches Cubase competition

Rockschool is giving away ten copies of Cubase Elements 8 to celebrate the launch of its music production exams. Rockschool MusicRead More

First Freddie Mercury scholarship winner announced

Arjelevez Maxwell has been named as the winner of the inaugural Freddie Mercury scholarship. The scholarship was created by theRead More

UK Music report highlights industry’s resilience

UK Music’s Measuring Music 2016 report highlights the growth of the British music industry over the last four years. TheRead 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

TheatreCraft moves to the Waldorf Hilton Hotel

TheatreCraft, London’s largest free careers event for 16–25-year-olds seeking non-performance careers in theatre, returns later this year in a newRead 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

Stage Directors UK announces opera direction workshop

Stage Directors UK (SDUK) will run a workshop in opera direction in association with the National Opera Studio. Aimed at mid-career directorsRead More