Find out how Sound and Music can support museums to work with composers, music and sound in new ways.
Sound and music professional development for composers
DIY is an opportunity for artists working in Live Art to conceive and run unusual training and professional development projects for other artists.
On 30 April we announced our programmes for the coming year. Find out about our new projects and how you can get involved.
23 - 30 April 2013
Mopomoso On Tour - 21 years of the best in UK free improvisation.
16 March 2013
Part of Sound and Music's Sounding Out series, this is an opportunity for artists and producers at an early stage in their career to hear directly from leading industry figures from the world of opera.
For this season's Embedded, we are really pleased to be continuing our partnerships with BCMG and Manchester Camerata, as well as working for the first time with Scottish ensemble, Red Note.
Closing date 1st March 2013
The British Music Collection PhD Scholarship, in association with The Centre for Research in New Music is designed for a musicologist or a composer wanting to use the archive in creative ways for the development of new original works.
The first round of our new artist development scheme has attracted a fantastic group of young composers who will be working with vocal trio, Juice, Ensemble 10:10 and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.
Brahim Kerkour
Brahim Kerkour has been awarded the George Butterworth Prize for 2013 for his work 'In Cirlculation', created as part of the Embedded composer residency scheme with Manchester Camerata.