Join us to learn how you can make use of the British Music Collection: the UK’s national archive for new and experimental music.
The collection’s digital platform offers ways to discover a vast range of artists, including many neglected in mainstream programming. As a composer, you can use the platform to boost your profile and find out more about your peers’ work. From rare 1970s graphic scores, to recordings, books and unpublished letters, the collection is a prism on to the little-known material cultures of British new music – a way of bringing times, places, scenes and sounds vibrantly to life in the present.
As well as an opportunity to experience first-hand some of the collection’s most fascinating items, we’ll also hear from Susanna Eastburn MBE and Angharad Cooper, both of Sound and Music, who are working to develop and expand the collection for the future.
Discover online at britishmusiccollection.org.uk
Sound and Music is the national charity for new music in the UK. Its mission is to maximise the opportunities for people to create and enjoy new music. Sound and Music champions new music and the work of British composers and artists, and seek to ensure that they are at the heart of cultural life and enjoyed by many. Its work includes composer and artist development, partnerships with a range of organisations, audience development, touring, information and advice, network building, and education.