Climate. Sound. Change.

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Climate Emergency Open Call – British Music Collection Today on the British Music Collection, we’re announcing Climate. Sound. Change.: 3 x £500 grants for artists working with sound and music … Read More

COVID-19: Resources for Music Educators

The COVID-19 lockdown presents an unprecedented challenge for educators, and we want to do everything we can to support you through it. In light of the ongoing and uncertain situation, … Read More

Case study: Lillie Harris

We caught up with Lillie Harris – one of our Summer School alumni – to find out how the course impacted her life and hear about what she’s gone on to do since. … Read More

Composer-Curator Q&A: QUE.E.F

Here, we speak to Composer-Curators Meesha Fones, Anna Palmer and Kaila Whyte, three long-time friends and musical collaborators from Birmingham who together created QUE.E.F: QUEER EXPERIMENTAL FUTURISM. To celebrate the … Read More

Composer-Curator Q&A: Naviar Records

Here, we speak to Composer-Curator Marco Sebastiano Alessi, founder of new music label and community Naviar Records, which explores the connection between experimental electronic music and traditional Japanese poetry. To celebrate … Read More

Composer-Curator Q&A: First Light Records

Here, we speak to Composer-Curator Rob Herrisone-Kelly of First Light Records, a Manchester-based label that fuses ideals of nature and heritage with the future-facing elements of electronic music and contemporary … Read More

Composer-Curator Q&A: Rufus Isabel Elliot

Here, we speak to Composer-Curator Rufus Isabel Elliot, a trans musician based in Govanhill, Glasgow who hosts the OVER/AT series: a platform for trans and non-binary folks to speak for, with … Read More