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Oct 2012 - Oct 2013
The Adopt a Composer scheme pairs amateur choirs, orchestras, and ensembles with a composer for one year.
This season's Embedded cohort are an incredibly inspiring and talented bunch, representing a wide cross-section of contemporary practice.
19 - 23 September 2012
September sees the arrival of the BE OPEN Sound Portal in Trafalgar Square as part of the London Design Festival 2012. Sound and Music has commissioned five sound artists and composers to present work in this unique structure.
2012 - 2015
Sound and Music is pleased to announce a three year strategic partnership with New York’s MATA festival to support the work of emerging British composers through dedicated commissioning and performance support at the festival.
Sound and Music Embedded Artists  2012- 2013
After an extremely competitive call process the latest Embedded Artists have been selected and are working with a fantastically diverse range of UK organisations.
Thursday 21 June
Aligned to the summer solstice, Sacred Music - Sacred Spaces presents a bold re-envisioning of John Coltrane's A Love Supreme, performed in the warm, spiritually charged setting of The Chapel in Kings College.
Friday 8 June, 12.30pm - 2.00pm
SuperCritical Mass are looking for tuba and euphonium players to take part in Super Critical Mass in Spitalfields Market on Friday 8 June 2012 at 12.30pm.
17 May 2012
Sound and Music and noise = noise present a special concert to celebrate the CD launch of Nerve Cell_0, a collaboration between Zbigniew Karkowski and Anton Lukoszevieze on the Subrosa label.
April - May 2012
In the latest series of The City Rings Galliard Primary School in Enfield team up with schools in Barcelona and Portugal to share experiences of the places where they live by means of sound.
6 - 15 April 2012
Sound and Music is supporting the international Counterflows festival, linking Cafe Oto in London with the experimental music scenes in Berlin and Glasgow.
28 - 31 March 2012
Sound and Music presents a UK tour of the first duo performances by two legendary female composers and performers.
21-25 November 2011
A historic double-bill tour featuring two pioneers of improvisational music: Cult Australian trio The Necks. Harold Budd, joined by improvising musician/composer Werner Dafeldecker.
19 - 22 November 2011
Sound and Music is a partner in the world premieres of major works by Richard Barrett and Zbigniew Karkowski at Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival.
Thursday 3 November to Sunday 6 November, 2011
If you missed the live festival last week at the ICA, you can still listen again to the second BBC Radio 3 broadcast until 19 November. Find out more...
Monday 1st - Saturday 6th August, 2011
SAM is at the Full of Noises festival in Barrow-in-Furness this August supporting a series of sound installations and schools projects.
July - November 2011
SAM is collaborating with the legendary EMS studios in Stockholm in the creation of two new works for cello and electronics.
14 – 17 July 2011
A site-specific public sound installation created by sound artist Scanner, which will be presented on the award-winning ARUP-designed Kingsgate footbridge in Durham, 14 - 17 July
15 June 2011
In the first event in a new series, Apartment House performs a highly visual programme of works, curated by Jennifer Walshe.
12 - 26 June 2011
Sound and Music presents the first major UK retrospective of the work of Eliane Radigue, one of the most celebrated and influential living composers.
May 2011
SAM are delivering Sonic Postcards as part of the St Abbs Music Project: a new initiative celebrating the significance of St Abbs Head in Scotland.
a national programme of research and exchange based on listening
commencing March 2011
Ways of Hearing is a national programme of research and knowledge exchange focused on listening and the urban soundscape.
Embedded
Embedded, Sound and Music’s artist development programme, is a programme of residencies for ambitious artists within pioneering arts organisations in the UK. Read about the current residencies and check out the open calls.
September - October 2011
The City Rings II links Year 9 pupils in the UK with students at schools in Barcelona and Ghent to explore their local environments by means of sound.
Ghédalia Tazartès
24-25 March 2011
Two nights presenting two disparate figures from the French experimental music tradition of musique concrète: One featuring musical outsider Ghédalia Tazartès and the theoretician, producer and musician Michel Chion.
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