New Voices is an annual composer support scheme raising the profile of some of the most talented and exciting new voices in the UK today.



 

New Voices 2018

Introducing a new series of articles mapping the last fifty years of new music in the UK

Composers or sound artists based in or born in the UK are invited to join the British Music Collection. Scroll down to find out more...
Photo: Na'ama Zisser, London-based composer featured in the British Music Collection.

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Janet Beat

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.  

We've partnered with Celtic Connections to bring you a series of interviews with artists from the 2019 festival line-up, exploring newness and experimentation in traditional music.

For our 50 Things series, musician and Sound and Music team member Sam Corcoran delves into Andie Brown's world of self-made instruments.

Jolyon Laycock, of the Severnside Composers' Alliance, on the history and importance of the British Music Collection.

Sound and Music Intern Aaron Harrex on the composer and researcher Ashley John Long.

Nicola at Victoria Music Library as a part of the 2018 Fun Palaces Community Campaign.

Nicola Jane Buttigieg introduces her ‘Beatbox Notation Loop Builder’ - which explores alternative ways to approach musical notation.

Performer Chi Chi Nwanoku explaining idea, a woman standing in a room with her arms wide

Join composer Des Oliver as he explores issues surrounding black identity and the breadth of new music produced by black composers across the UK.

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