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October 2020

On Black History Month 2020 By

June 2020

We paused, we must now act – how fair access has to be at the heart of the new normal By

March 2020

Where Next for Gender Equality? By

March 2019

On International Women’s Day 2019 By

April 2018

New Voices 2018 – Reflections On Applicant Data By

February 2018

We are the change that we seek By

Learning, adapting and growing together By

June 2017

“Diversity: the art of thinking independently together.” By

Some Thoughts on Coaching and Mentoring By

March 2017

Calling all creative listeners: Can you make some new Minutes? By

50:50 by 2020 By

February 2017

Want to work with us? Call for partners By

Getting More Diverse? By

January 2017

Hull teachers get started with Minute of Listening! By

Join the SaM Summer School for young composers and music creators! By

December 2016

Thoughts on the New Voices networking day By

Minute of Listening comes to Hull! By

September 2016

New Music – Audience Survey the Results By

August 2016

New Voices 2016 – 24.06 – 05.08 Music Recommendations // Reviewed By

July 2016

New Voices 2016 – 06.05-17.06 Music Recommendations // Reviewed By

June 2016

How can we help pupils Listen, Imagine and Compose? By

An insight into the Adopt A Composer scheme By

We want to hear more about your audiences By

Make Do and Bend: An Introduction to Sound and Music By

May 2016

What works for you when teaching composing in the classroom? By

Learning from artists – let’s try it. By

April 2016

The Francis Chagrin Award and what we’ve seen change in the last few years By

March 2016

Because it’s 2016 By

What three years of equal opportunities data has taught us. By

September 2015

The newly relaunched Audience Labs and why you should apply this very instant. By

July 2015

Minute of Listening #3 By

April 2015

Breadth Charge By

February 2015

Developing audiences for new music in 2015. Part 3 – Consistency and Continuity By

Developing audiences for new music in 2015. Part 2 – Language and Communication By

“I thought all composers were dead and with a beard” – Susanna Eastburn on our second Composers’ Conference By

January 2015

Digital Discrimination By

7 new opportunities for composers and those working in new music in 2015 By

December 2014

Artistic Collaboration & Neuro-Linguistic Programming By

November 2014

Adam Cooper on Sound and Music’s Christmas Crowdfunder By

July 2014

The Questions Informing our Toolkit for Exporting By

Why are there so few female composers? By

A call to action for female nominations for the British Composer Awards By

Sounding Out: Digital – Audiences Online and New Platforms By

What Next? By

June 2014

Portfolio partner EXAUDI By

Portfolio partners The Bohman Brothers and Richard Thomas By

Portfolio partner Joby Burgess By

An open letter in response to Michael Church’s review of the UK premiere of Italian composer Luca Francesconi’s opera Quartetto (on at the Royal Opera House until 28 June). By

Sound and Music’s New Music Stage By

Why I Love Per Nørgård’s Music By

Richard Whitelaw on Talent Development at Sound and Music By

May 2014

Richard Whitelaw on Kuwaitscapes: part 2 By

Richard Whitelaw on Kuwaitscapes By

July 2013

Richard Whitelaw discusses the Clore Leadership course and the five levels of listening By

June 2013

The Language of New Music By

November 2012

Spotlight: Susanna Eastburn on Richard Ayres By