In partnership with the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group, we're excited to announce the winners of our open call for LGBTQ+ composers, music-creators and collectives to create new sonic works.
In the second in our new ‘Sounds of’ series on the British Music Collection, sound artist and composer Ruth Hughes (part of Sound and Music’s Composer-Curator 2021 programme), introduces us to Makina - a fast-paced style of techno popular in Sunderland and the North East of England.
In this new monthly video series, Marc Yeats explores his relationship to composing, painting and landscape.
Sound and Music y el Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sónicas (CMMAS) con el apoyo del Festival Supersonic, están lanzando dos nuevas oportunidades de colaboración para mujeres y géneros minoritarios* compositores, creadores de música y artistas que trabajan en música electrónica.
Sound and Music and the Mexican Centre for Music and Sonic Arts (CMMAS) with support from Supersonic Festival, are launching two new collaborative opportunities for women and minority gender* composers, music-creators and artists working in electronic music
In partnership with the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group, we're inviting UK-based writers, researchers and thinkers to pitch us editorial on queer music, sounds and the people who make it.
In partnership with the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group, we're seeking to support UK-based LGBTQ+ composers, music-creators and collectives to create new sonic works as part of our 2nd series celebrating LGBTQ+ histories, stories and sounds.
In partnership with the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group, we're launching two new opportunities to mark LGBTQ+ History Month 2022.
In our new 'Sounds of...' series on the British Music Collection, composer, producer and music-maker and part of Sound and Music's Composer-Curator programme, Stewart Baxter brings our attention to some of Hull's local composers past and present.