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UK Classical Music Publishers' Letter regarding the planned closure of the BBC Singers

The below UK Classical Music Publishers' Letter was sent today to Tim Davie (Director General, BBC), Richard Sharp (Chair of BBC Board) the BBC Board and BBC Commercial Board, regarding the planned closure of the BBC Singers.

Neil Brand – Unmade Movie Themes

Neil Brand discusses his album, ‘Unmade Movie Themes’

New Improve your sight-reading! for brass instruments

Paul Harris launches new Improve your sight-reading! brass books for Trumpet, Trombone and Horn.

New folk tunes from 100 women to be published by Faber Music in bumper collection

This International Women’s Day, Faber Music is proud to announce a tune book like no other. ‘Folk Tunes from the Women’, to be released on 5 May 2023, is a bumper book of over 150 contemporary tunes from 100 female composers from Britain and Ireland, brought together all from different areas, traditions and backgrounds.

Vacancy: New Works & Catalogue Administrator

Faber Music is recruiting a New Works and Catalogue Administrator as part of the promotions team. This varied role is suited to someone with some administration experience a love of contemporary music. Applications open until 26 March 2023

Nash Ensemble perform Colin Matthews at Wigmore Hall

Claire Booth and Martyn Brabbins perform in programme of recent and more rarely-heard chamber music

Lawrence Power to premiere Miller’s I cannot love without trembling with Brussels Philharmonic

New viola concerto conducted by Ilan Volkov in Brussels

LA Philharmonic announce US premiere of Leith’s Last Days

Chamber opera after Gus Van Sant's film to be performed at Walt Disney Concert Hall in 2024

Critical acclaim for UK premiere of Adès’ The Tempest Symphony and music from Dante

Rapturous reception for orchestral pieces based on stage works conducted by composer

BBC Philharmonic and John Storgårds celebrate David Matthews’ 80th birthday

Studio concert marks longstanding creative partnership between composer and orchestra

Ryan Bancroft and BBC National Orchestra of Wales tour Davies’ Monolith: I Extend My Arms

Work for strings and percussion tours Wales

Edward Gardner and the London Philharmonic Orchestra perform Benjamin’s Sudden Time

1993 orchestral work performed in Madrid, Zaragoza, and London

Aris Quartet premiere Another Journey Calls by John Woolrich

Latest installment in quartet cycle A Book of Inventions premieres in Birmingham

Aurora Orchestra premiere Suckling’s The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse

Story by Barnett and Klassen adapted for orchestra and narrator performed at Southbank Centre

Houston Ballet premiere Daugherty’s Summer & Smoke

Second ballet score with choreography by Cathy Marston opens inspired by Tennessee Williams

Danny Elfman’s Suite for Chamber Orchestra announced

Co-commission from Library of Congress, The Andre Kostelanetz Royalty Pool, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, and the National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland announced at LACO Gala

Askonas Holt welcomes Francisco Coll to its roster as conductor

Morten Lauridsen at 80

Nigel Hess commissioned for Coronation of King Charles III

New work continues longstanding artistic relationship with Royal Family

Faber Music has a new London home!

After 15 happy years at Bloomsbury House on Great Russell Street, Faber Music will be moving to a new London location from 1st March 2023.

Vacancy: IT Technician

Faber Music is seeking a skilled IT Technician who will hit the ground running as our multi-faceted business transitions onto a new ERP system and expands into new digital distribution channels.

Flexi Violin – enjoyable and rewarding repertoire with added versatility!

Paul Harris takes us through his new series with Jessica O'Leary - Flexi Violin

Edward Gardner and LPO give first London performance of Coleridge-Taylor’s Solemn Prelude

10-minute piece also scheduled for further performances in the US

Karin Schaupp and Flinders Quartet premiere Vine's Endless

Guitar Quintet to tour Australia, presented by Musica Viva