We're seeking to support UK-based LGBTQ+ composers, music-creators and collectives to create new sonic works as part of a series celebrating LGBTQ+ histories, sounds and stories
In partnership with the LGBTQ+ Music Study Group, we're launching a programme of interventions and activities to mark LGBT+ History Month,
Four projects have been selected as creative responses to the climate emergency, as part of our Climate. Sound. Change. Open Call.
In this edition of our highlights feature, Sound and Music intern Anushka profiles 5 musicians of colour in the collection "who are changing the game, from making new sub-genres to creating social change"
We are seeking to support UK-based Black composers, artists, music creators and collectives from the African and Caribbean diaspora for 'Black Composers Open Call' - 2 x £500 grants for new sonic works.
As part of Sound and Music's Composer-Curator programme, Dafydd Roberts curates Ysbrydnos/Hallowmas, an AV launch night for 'The Shining Pyramid', a new collection of tape music based on Welsh occult writing.
Introducing...Climate. Sound. Change. 3 x £500 grants for artists working with sound and music to create new works that respond to the climate emergency
Francis Chagrin award-winner Hugh Sheehan breaks down his BBC Arts commissioned piece 'Lost Time' - which explores the time lost and experiences gained by LGBTQ+ people in getting to truly be themselves.
Following their involvement with 'Interpreting Isolation' - The Keeling Curve wrote about their experience of the series and how their work Mersey Beat came to be.