Adrian Johnston BAFTA Nomination for Giri/Haji
Congratulations to Adrian Johnston who has been nominated for a BAFTA TV Craft Award for Original Music
Mastering violin technique with Mary Cohen
Author Mary Cohen talks about her new book for violinists, Violin Technique in Practice
Morgan Pochin's 'The Salisbury Anthem' premieres as virtual choir project
Launched on 31 May, 'The Salisbury Anthem', a virtual choir project by Faber composers Morgan Pochin & Salisbury Cathedral Choir to mark 800th anniversary of the foundation of the cathedral
Third Coast Percussion to livestream Danny Elfman commission
Third Coast Percussion are to livestream Danny Elfman's Percussion Quartet on 29 May, with a composer Q & A to follow.
An Update from Faber Music and Faber Music Distribution
Making practice purposeful
In this concluding article on music practice, author Paul Harris sets out methods and resources to help you make it as focused as possible.
New Jazz Piano Anthology joins the popular Faber Music series
A collection of some of the best jazz music ever written, arranged for solo piano.
Paul Harris asks: Can slow practice ever be exciting?
Following on from his recent articles on music practice in these unprecedented times, Paul Harris explores the idea of slow practice and why it's not all that bad...
BBC's Don't Quit Film - Music By Alex Baranowski
The BBC launched a 90 second film this weekend to demonstrate it's role as a public broadcaster during a national crisis. The film is a montage of real-life footage from the last few weeks, set to the poem "Don't Quit" by Edgar Guest, read by Idris Elba, and music by Alex Baranowski.
Killing Eve Returns: Music Supervision by Faber Music's Catherine Grieves
Killing Eve returns for a third series this week, with new episodes available on BBC iPlayer every Monday, and broadcast on BBC One the following Sunday.
Developing a new approach to music practice
Paul Harris delves deeper into the concept of Personal Bests and Mini Outcomes to help us with our music practice...
Paul Harris's thoughts on practice in these unprecedented times
Personal Bests and Mini Outcomes: Some thoughts on your pupils’ practice from educationalist Paul Harris
George Benjamin at the Stockholm Composer Festival
ten works were featured over five concerts
Présences 2020: an excellent vintage
Radio France celebrated Benjamin’s music in Paris with an impressive and compendious focus
Repertoire focus: Orchestral Openers
Works by Anne Boyd, Tansy Davies, Jonathan Harvey and more
David Matthews: Towards an opera
support from the PRS Composers Fund has enabled Matthews to realise a long-held dream
Riot Ensemble record Song Offerings
A second recording of Harvey's masterful song cycle
Kopatchinskaja premieres Coll Violin Concerto
an imposing new work that pushes lyricism to breaking point
Colin Matthews’ Postludes released on NMC
The work is scored for oboe (doubling cor anglais), string trio and string quartet.
Dame Fanny Waterman celebrates 100th Birthday
Faber Music educational author, Dame Fanny Waterman, celebrates her 100th Birthday.
'One of America’s great living composers at the top of his game' - Grammy nomination for Derek Bermel's new release 'Migrations'
Derek Bermel's Grammy-nominated orchestral release 'Migrations' impresses the critics
The rule is love: a new song cycle from Tansy Davies
The 10-minute work sets texts by John Berger and Sylvia Wynter
Barbican announces Adès focus in 20/21
The season includes a world premiere for the Australian Chamber Orchestra
Anna Meredith's FIBS - 'irreverent genre-bending and serious innovation'
'Brimming with contrary combinations, irreverent genre-bending and serious innovation' - Anna Meredith's second album, FIBS, is released to great acclaim