While I had the chance, I decided to take a few days to visit colleagues in London to catch up on all the latest. Fortunately (for me) they were working hard during the summer and hadn’t skipped town. Enjoy this virtual travelog!
Dorico, the long-awaited music notation software by Steinberg, will be presented in special public showcases in October in London, Vienna, and streaming online.
A UK man has begun serving a prison sentence for committing brazen frauds against composers, orchestrators, and music publishers over the course of several years.
A British man is under investigation by police after being suspected of committing fraud in connection with many projects in the music industry occurring over the course of this year and the last several years. He is known to have contacted and victimized people in the United Kingdom and the United States, and he has […]
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tdjXbVVWfM[/youtube] With just 73 days to go until the opening ceremony of the London Olympic and Paralympic games, the anticipation around the UK, and indeed the world, is building. One of the key ways in which LOCOG, who are staging the games, are getting young people excited about the games is through the mascots for […]
If you’re within easy reach of London and have Sibelius 4 or later, you may be interested in spending an afternoon at Somerset House in the company of Neil Luck, a lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire and an editor and engraver for Faber Music. Neil will be running a Sibelius workshop on Tuesday 16 […]
Between July and October this year, the famously unoccupied Fourth Plinth in London’s Trafalgar Square is the scene for an intriguing public art project masterminded by Antony Gormley called One & Other. Every hour a different member of the public is lifted up onto the empty plinth to do… something. This summer, sculptor Antony Gormley […]
This coming Friday, 17 October, film and TV composers Michael Price and Jim McWilliam will be running a film composition workshop using Sibelius as part of the London Film Festival. Up to 30 school students will be able to participate in the workshop. So says the blurb: Michael Price and James McWilliam will explain how […]