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Many media outlets have been reporting that musicians from all genres are furious that the imposition of red tape and visa fees will mean that working in Europe will simply not be viable.
Osian Ellis, one of Britain’s most widely respected harpists, died on January 6th at the age of 92.
The new Gilbert & Sullivan streaming channel gsopera.tv has announced its catalogue of upcoming productions.
A new recording of the opera Margaret Catchpole by British composer Stephen Dodgson is being released on Naxos.
This generous collection of song settings contains 33 items: 21 are sung by baritone Roderick Williams, 10 by tenor James Way and there are two short piano solos played by Andrew West.
Some of our BMS friends and members have been sorting through their photo collections over Christmas and have unearthed some interesting photographs of musicians. Now we would like your help to identify who they are. Some we recognise but we are not sure about many of...
Read about a musical migrant who settled in Britain in 1790, living in London and Liverpool until he made Edinburgh his home from 1815 until his death in 1848.
The revival on CD of Bowen in recent years has been astonishing, although I wonder if he has yet found a wider public…
This carefully designed and interesting programme reflects the cultural warmth which developed in Edwardian times between France and England…