Composer Nitin Sawhney and a group of stars of BBC music and radio have unveiled a new training programme called Open Music created by the BBC for musicians and other creative people from across the UK
Nile Rogers, Robert Downey Junior, Sir Andre Geim and UK Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden are among a host of VIPs speaking at the fifth CogX Global Leadership Summit and Festival of AI and Transformational Technology. CHORALLY readers are offered a free Premium Virtual Pass worth £345
Sir Elton John has posted an open statement on social media slamming the failure of British Brexit negotiator Lord David Frost and the UK government to appreciate or address the crisis the Brexit deal has caused music touring.
Do you ever wonder how composers compose? Where do they find the inspiration for your favourite choral music? And do they get writer’s block? Or, most importantly – do famous composers watch Netflix too?