In this new monthly video series, Marc Yeats explores his relationship to composing, painting and landscape.

Sound and Music and the Mexican Centre for Music and Sonic Arts (CMMAS) in partnership with Supersonic Festival are pleased to announce the artists selected for Digital Bridge – a new collaborative project supported by the British Council.  

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.

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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As part of our BMC Future Views series composer Rhiannon Bedford wrote about the Keychange pledge to increase gender balance in the music industry.

 

Gwen Siôn, a grant winner of Climate. Sound. Change, talks us through the experience of creating 'HS2 Ghostlands', a multidisciplinary arts and research project created in response to the climate emergency and HS2.

Discover a new work by Buster Woodruff-Bryant - the winner of the Young Person’s Opportunity for Climate. Sound. Change.

Sound and Music seeks artists, composers, curators, thinkers, or collectives from the African and Caribbean diaspora to take part in a new digital residency opportunity with the British Music Collection.

Listen to 'a remedy for the blues' by Sophie Marie Niang and Ruari Paterson-Achenbach, created as part of the LGBTQ+ Composers Open Call 

Discover 'Mass for the Masses', a new work by Ellie Showering, created as part of the LGBTQ+ Composers Open Call. 

We're looking to provide UK-based writers, creators and musicians aged 18-25 with a space to platform their unique idea as part of a new paid editorial series called BMC Future Views. 

Discover ‘Peace of Mind : Piece of Mine’ a new work by MÉLOMAN3, created as part of the LGBTQ+ Composers Open Call.  

Discover ‘Now the Time’ a new work by Lunatraktors, created as part of the LGBTQ+ Composers Open Call.  

 

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