New Music Biennial
Discover new music all over the UK

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Order your New Music Biennial Subscription today and we will deliver to your inbox the download link for all 20* new works on the day of release. (mp3/FLAC files)

The works will be recorded at the New Music Biennial events in London and Glasgow and released soon afterwards. Works released prior to you purchasing the subscription with be available to download immediately.

Click on the images down the side of this page for more information about each commission.

 

THIS OFFER IS FOR DOWNLOADS ONLY (WORKS ARE NOT AVAILABLE ON CD)

 

*In the extremely unlikely event that one of these recordings isn't released by NMC a suitable refund/replacement will be offered.

 

new music biennialShowcase Weekends

Join us at the New Music Biennial weekend showcases featuring all 20 new commissions:

4 – 6 July 2014
Southbank Centre, London

1 – 2 August 2014
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

 


New Music Biennial is a PRS for Music Foundation initiative, in partnership with Creative Scotland, Arts Council England and the British Council. It is presented in collaboration with BBC Radio 3, NMC Recordings, Southbank Centre and Glasgow UNESCO City of Music.

20 new commissions from new music across all genres - from classical and chamber opera, to jazz, folk and electronic - will be performed live throughout the UK in 2014, broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and released as downloads (mp3 & FLAC) on NMC Recordings.


The press says:

'Arlene Sierra’s hypnotic Urban Bird’s for three pianos, Samuel Bordoli’s all-action film Grind in which the percussive clatter of skate-boarders vied intimidatingly with a clashing choral soundtrack, and the eclectic Gospel-infused Are You Worried About The Rising Cost Of Funerals, suavely performed by Mr McFall’s Chamber, epitomised the endless variety of approaches that made this enterprising event such an exploratory and explosive cocktail of free-thinking and originality.' * * * * The Scotsman

 

 

 

Album cover illustration: Brett Woodall, Southbank Centre

 

 

With thanks to the funders and partners who are supporting the New Music Biennial: New Music Biennial Funders and Partners

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