Megan Steinberg appointed as RNCM PRiSM Lucy Hale Doctoral Composer in Association with Drake Music.
Watch the performances here!
A year on from 200th Anniversary of Peterloo, listen to the world premiere recording of The Anvil from Manchester International Festival 2019.
Premiere of Ireland: A Dataset incorporating material generated using PRiSM SampleRNN, by Jennifer Walshe.
Melanie Wilson’s new work in partnership with PRiSM and Fuel, as part of Sound and Music’s New Voices Composer programme.
Featuring interviews, new music and videos exploring AI and Creativity.
Meet the new PRiSM Writers and Scientists in Residence.
The Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (BCMG) and PRiSM join forces to mark the event of 100 years since the birth of the composer Iannis Xenakis.
Deadline midnight October 23 2020
See who came to help us celebrate the launch of the new PRiSM lab space…
We are delighted to announce that Professor Marcus du Sautoy, Co-Director of PRiSM, has been elected Honorary Visiting Professor at RNCM.
Opportunity for climate science students to work alongside RNCM composers and performers in a research project led by PRiSM.
The RNCM has been awarded £914,000 from Research England’s Expanding Excellence in England Fund (E3) to support its ground-breaking interdisciplinary research centre, PRiSM.
Health data research group Connected Health Cities and RNCM composers transform five key projects into contemporary musical pieces.
The PRiSM team has received its first commission for a new work in the Barbican Centre’s 2019-20 season, announced last week.
We are delighted that composer Robert Laidlow will be joining the PRiSM team at the RNCM in September as our first doctoral student in association with the BBC Philharmonic.
Emily Howard and Marcus du Sautoy spoke on BBC Radio 3′ Music Matters about PRiSM and The Music of Proof
Manchester’s Lord Mayor Eddy Newman opened the new RNCM research centre for Practice & Research in Science & Music (PRiSM) on 4 October.
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