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

In our new 'Sounds of...' series on the British Music Collection, composer, producer and music-maker and part of Sound and Music's Composer-Curator programme, Stewart Baxter brings our attention to some of Hull's local composers past and present. 

Stewart Baxter

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

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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The Keeling Curve

We're excited to announce the winners of the 'Interpreting Isolation' grants, who will be presenting 6 new works that respond creatively to this unique moment in our history. 

In this edition of our regular highlights feature, we explore composers and sound artists who write music for film.

Here at Sound and Music and particularly on the British Music Collection, we feel it is important to capture this moment in our history and to create a space to reflect on COVID-19 and individual responses in a creative way.

In this International Women's Day edition of our regular feature, Rebekah Orugboh curates 5 composer highlights from the collection.

This International Women’s Day we’re excited to highlight our ongoing support for the campaign on the British Music Collection, and celebrate the return of our ‘A Composer a Day’ series.  

Liz Dilnot Johnson

Marking the culmination of her Sound and Music’s New Voices 2018 project, we present 3 films from composer Liz Dilnot Johnson in collaboration with filmmaker Oli Clark.

In this edition of our regular highlights feature, we explore composers and sound artists inspired by the written word.

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.

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