Faber Music supports young composers with Sound and Music bursaries
Faber Music to support ten young composers and music creators, who face socioeconomic barriers, with bursaries to attend Sound and Music Summer School in 2021
Dame Fanny Waterman DBE: 22 March 1920–20 December 2020
Dame Fanny Waterman occupied an eminent position in the piano teaching world for over sixty years. Her emergence as a visionary teacher led to relationships with many internationally renowned pianists whose lives she touched through her work.
Grange Park Opera presents online production of Britten's Owen Wingrave
A retelling of Britten's television-opera classic for the 21st century.
Coll's guitar concerto Turia released on disc
Coll's concerto for guitar and ensemble has been released on BIS records
Jonny Greenwood's Horror vacui wins at The Ivors Composer Awards
Jonny Greenwood's 2019 violin concerto 'Horror vacui' has won the Large Orchestral category at The Ivors Composer Awards
New production of Written on Skin receives digital premiere by Köln Oper
Production premiere of the celebrated opera, directed by Benjamin Lazar, to be available to view worldwide.
Hindson orchestral lullaby opens Canberra Symphony season
Matthew Hindson's The stars above us all launches Canberra Symphony Orchestra's return to live concerts
Jessica Curry's Clouds and Starlight - a cappella version now available
Newly available is an a cappella version of Clouds and Starlight from Jessica Curry's award-winning score to the video game, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture
New choral/orchestral version of McCartney's The Frog Song marks Rupert Bear Centenary
Sir Paul McCartney's 'Rupert and the Frog Song' launches in new live film version to mark Rupert Bear Centenary
Gaffigan and Lucerne Symphony Orchestra to premiere Coll’s Hímnica
Coll's 10-minute passacaglia will premiere in March 2021
Loving Kindness - Howard Goodall's setting of Gandhi premieres
Loving Kindness - Howard Goodall's setting of Gandhi debuts on disc and online
Anssi Karttunen to premiere Colin Matthews’ Three Fragments in Knussen tribute
Buro's 'Stowaways' used in SpaceX Starlink Mission
'Stowaways' from Buro's 'Halogen Hearts' album features in Elon Musk's SpaceX Starlink Mission launch film.
Sonny Chua's Cool Keys announced
Sonny Chua's Cool Keys Books 1 and 2 for solo piano to be published on 18 November 2020.
Faber Music Signs Sheku Kanneh-Mason
We're delighted to announce our signing of the outstanding young cellist and winner of the 2016 BBC Young Musician competition
Behind the new method, Violin Basics
We delved deeper into the writing process behind Violin Basics with co-author Jessica O’Leary.
Harry Escott Scores 'Roadkill'
The gripping political thriller starring Hugh Laurie has recently aired on BBC One
Accident Dancing by Keaton Henson, out now
Accident Dancing is a book of poetry by artist and musician Keaton Henson, detailing his life in fragments, from the extreme to the mundane.
The John Harle Collection: major retrospective released for Help Musicians COVID-19 charity
John Harle launches a huge 20-album retrospective in aid of the Help Musicians COVID-19 charity.
Tony Award Nomination for Paul Englishby
'The Inheritance' has been nominated for Best Original Score
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