Chris Ruffoni talks us through ‘Solarphones’, his latest sound installation formed from self designed solar-powered acoustic instruments.
Jasmin Kent Rodgman investigates the relationship between her music and identity ahead of the premiere of her new piece, ancient stone, for Tangram at LSO St. Luke’s.
We've highlighted a new group of connected composers from the collection. Check out 5 composers who work with sculpture and instrument building.
We've once again highlighted connected composers from the collection. This time we've chosen 5 sets of composer families.
Sound and Music New Voices composer Alex Ho introduces Tan Dun’s ‘Ghost Opera’ in relation to locating Chinese diasporic identity.
In a new feature, we highlight 5 connected composers from the collection. First off: pioneers of early Electronic Music.
Following a second placement with Sound and Music, intern Aaron Harrex shines a light on three of his favourite composers from the British Music Collection.
Composer Caro C interviews electronic music pioneer Janet Beat, discussing her fascinating history - alongside an exclusive online premiere of Janet's work.
Jack Robinson reflects on the legacy of lesser-known composer, music educator and teacher Margo Fagan.
Edewede Oriwoh on the lack of accurate representation of African composers, and the history of African composition, across the internet.