Filling the British Museum with sound

3 July 2013

Guest post: Daniel Ferguson, Head of Adult Programmes, British Museum The Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) first approached us in July 2012 with the proposal that eventually became Sound Histories. It was an enticing proposition from the very beginning. We are open late every Friday evening at the Museum and it is our chance to […]

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RNCM Compositions for the British Museum

25 June 2013

In today’s post we hear from four RNCM composers who have written new works in response to various objects in the British Museum’s collections. These works can be heard in full on Friday 5 July at the museum, where they will receive their world premières! Michael Betteridge on Two Leopards for two clarinets written for […]

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Sound Histories – An Enlightening Score for the British Museum

11 June 2013

Sound Histories is the latest and largest yet in the RNCM’s series of site-specific installations created to animate iconic public spaces with music. 200 musicians will perform 120 pieces to bring artefacts and different areas of the British Museum to life on the 5 July. This week we heard from Professor Richard Wistreich, RNCM Dean […]

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Sound Histories – An Evening of Live Music at the British Museum

31 May 2013

Our Director of Performance and Programming, Toby Smith, talks to us about Sound Histories, an exciting project set to culminate in a unique evening of live music for the British Museum collection, taking place on the 5 July:  Sound Histories is the latest and largest yet in the RNCM’s series of site-specific installations created to animate […]

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