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Culture Recovery Fund news

We’re very pleased to have been awarded a grant from the Culture Recovery Fund grants programme in the funding round announced on 17th October.

Two Goodall choral works newly available

Two recent choral works by Howard Goodall are now available in digital formats

Michael Daugherty's choral cycle Writ in Water

Writ in Water is a major new choral cycle from US composer, Michael Daugherty

Oxford launch for Neil Brand's new choral/orchestral anthem

Neil Brand's anthem, Say Not the Struggle Nought Availeth, has been launched in a new version for choir and orchestra

Nothing to be Written: Anna Meredith's WWI choral tribute now available

Newly available, Anna Meredith's a cappella Nothing to be Written, from her acclaimed BBC Proms commission, Five Telegrams

Introducing Violin Basics

The exciting new beginner method from authors Paul Harris and Jessica O'Leary. Find out more in this interview with Jessica...

Anne Boyd at 75

Composer of the modern choral classic 'As I Crossed a Bridge of Dreams'

Giving our students a balanced diet of piano repertoire

Karen Marshall, creator of the PianoTrainer series, sets out how piano teachers can provide a balanced diet of repertoire for students and provides a Repertoire Record free download.

Eat Sleep Sing by Stacey DeLooze

Eat Sleep Sing: a new book to encourage everyone to explore the life-changing benefits of singing.

Marc Canham Scores 'I Care A Lot'

Marc Canham scores J Blakeson's latest thriller feature, 'I Care A Lot' with a TIFF premiere to high praise.

Julian Bream (1933 – 2020)

A tribute to one of the foremost guitarists and lutenists of the 20th century

Accident Dancing - a new poetry book by Keaton Henson

Musician, writer, and artist Keaton Henson to release poetry book on 22 October 2020.

Repertoire suggestions: music for ensemble

from modern masterpieces to arrangements of repertoire classics

Repertoire suggestions: music for strings

A selection of works for strings, from modern masterpieces to arrangements of repertoire classics

Ardittis to premiere Tansy Davies quartet in Berlin

Nightingales: Ultra-Deep Field will be premiered on 11 October

Oper Köln stage new production of Written on Skin

Benjamin Lazar's production will be the opera's ninth to date

Anders Hillborg writes Cello Concerto for Nicolas Altstaedt

Concerto to be premiered in October by the Antwerp Symphony Orchestra

This Departing Landscape: a new orchestral work from Martin Suckling

Suckling's ambitious 20-minute work was unveiled on Radio 3

Mercury Prize nomination for Anna Meredith

Anna Meredith's stunning second album 'FIBS' has been nominated for the prestigious Mercury Prize

Simon Parkin signs to Faber Music

We are delighted to announce representation of Manchester-based composer-pianist Simon Parkin's catalogue of orchestrations, arrangements and reductions of much-loved classical works.

Anne Lovett gives Bastille Day recital for Institut Français

Anne Lovett gives Institut Français recital to mark Bastille Day & 10th anniversary of the founding of Diaphonique.

Sally Cavender to step down as Performance Music Director

After almost four decades with the company, Sally Cavender will be stepping down as Performance Music Director and Vice Chairman of Faber Music on 1st December 2020.

The Mindful Pianist: the curse of perfectionism

The Mindful Pianist author Mark Tanner considers the ‘curse’ of perfectionism and how pianists can move past this restrictive mindset...

'Never to Forget' - Howard Goodall's musical tribute to healthcare workers who have died of Covid-19

Howard Goodall's moving choral tribute to UK healthcare workers who have died in the Covid-19 pandemic is launched online by the London Symphony Chorus.