In the third of Alex Ho's curated series on transnational identity in new music, we hear from composer Ayanna Witter-Johnson.
Composer Alex Ho brings together blogs from seven award-winning composers with non-European heritage investigating the relationship between transnational identity and music.
We're excited to announce the next group of winners of the 'Interpreting Isolation' grants, who will be presenting 6 new works that respond creatively to this unique moment in our history.
In this edition of our regular highlights feature, Sound and Music intern Imogen Lawlor explores 5 musicians in the collection from North-East England.
As we approach the application period for Sound and Music's New Voices 2020, take a look back at some of the work and experiences the programme has led to so far
6 projects were selected as creative responses to COVID-19, as part of our 'Interpreting Isolation' grants. Over the next 4 weeks we will be premiering these works - discover them here.
In this edition of our regular highlights feature, Sound and Music intern Tamaratare Amgbaduba explores 5 Jazz musicians from the British Music Collection
On May 14th Drake Music and Sound and Music are hosting a cross-genre showcase of new music from emerging Disabled musicians. Find out how to get involved here.