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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

Belvedere Competition makes South African debut

For the first time in its history, the International Hans Gabor Belvedere Singing Competition travelled outside Europe to South Africa,Read More

National Theatre Connections Festival 2016 a success

As the 21st annual nationwide youth theatre festival National Theatre Connections concludes, in the face of a worrisome climate forRead More

ABO/Rhinegold Awards – nominations open

2017 ABO/Rhinegold Classical Music Industry Awards We are delighted to announce that the sixth annual ABO/Rhinegold classical music industry awards willRead More

ABO/Rhinegold Awards

2017 ABO/Rhinegold Classical Music Industry Awards We are delighted to announce that the sixth annual ABO/Rhinegold classical music industry awards willRead More

Funding the future

New music occupies a strange position: after a work receives its premiere, its allure is lost. Unless it is oneRead More

Tom Gortler wins ACM’s 2016 Basca scholarship

Tom Gortler is the winner of the Academy of Contemporary Music’s 2016 Basca scholarship. He was chosen from three finalists afterRead More

Academy of Contemporary Music to open London campus

The Academy of Contemporary Music is to open a London campus in September 2016 as a college of Falmouth University.Read More

Luke Rittner steps down as LAMDA chairman

  The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) have announced that Luke Rittner is to step down asRead More

National Youth Theatre’s West End performances to be sponsored by Spotlight

  Spotlight, the UK’s leading casting resource, is to represent the National Youth Theatre’s (NYT) industry performances for their WestRead More

West End actors back Mayor Sadiq Khan’s message: #LondonIsOpen

Brexit uncertainty and animosity has sparked Mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s message that #LondonIsOpen to everyone, a message that hasRead More

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

‘Music industry’s thermometer’ shuts down

Musikmarkt, the leading music industry magazine in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, has closed after 57 years. In a whimsical editorialRead More

Matt Hancock replaces Ed Vaizey as culture minister

Matt Hancock has replaced Ed Vaizey as minister of state for digital and culture. He will cover policy areas includingRead More

Radio 3 announces Diversity and Inclusion in Composition conference

Applications are now open for Radio 3’s Diversity and Inclusion in Composition conference, which aims to facilitate greater inclusion ofRead More

Genesis Sixteen 6 singers announced

The 22 new singers selected for the sixth Genesis Sixteen ensemble have been announced. Sopranos: Charlotte Bowden, Catriona Holsgrove, Sarah Keirle,Read 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

Sound Frontiers: Radio 3 live at Southbank Centre

Radio 3 will mark the 70th anniversary of the Third Programme with its ‘Sound Frontiers’ residency at Southbank Centre. The residency willRead More

Well planned albums can survive the age of streaming

One of the more interesting digital streaming-related news nuggets to emerge in recent months was the announcement in February thatRead More

Harrison Parrott executive expresses post-referendum concerns

Harrison Parrott executive chair Jasper Parrott has written an open letter to culture minister Ed Vaizey to ‘seek assurances’ followingRead More