Throughout the month of March, in support of International Women's Day 2018, Sound and Music is showcasing incredibly talented women in music. On the British Music Collection we will be celebrating female composers both past and present, with a different profile featured every day.
Today, we recognize Phyllis Tate and her significant contribution to new music.
For our 50 Things series, pianist Siwan Rhys writes about Steve Martland's Horses of Instruction (1995). #BMC50
The fifth in a series of twelve videos that have grown out of a deep research into the nature of Free Improvisation by artist, teacher and curator, Blanca Regina.
50 Things is a series of short blogs marking the 50th anniversary of the British Music Collection, using items from the collection to offer a bold new perspective on the recent history of new music in the UK. #BMC50
Introducing a new series of articles mapping the last fifty years of new music in the UK
The fourth in a series of twelve videos that have grown out of a deep research into the nature of Free Improvisation by artist, teacher and curator, Blanca Regina.
"problem solving is something I hold dear to my music - I like treating my music like studies whereby the music has a reason to exist"
"if you consider that the origin of the word comes from the Latin componer meaning ‘one who puts together’ I think it is an adequate reflection of what I am doing – putting sounds together."