Today – Thursday 28th March 2013 – sees the publication of the first volume of ‘The History of Live Music in Britain’ since 1950, written by Simon Frith, Matt Brennan, Martin Cloonan, and Emma Webster, published by Ashgate.
Arts Council England sets out its investment strategy for music for 2012-2015.
Information on awards to artists offered by the governments of fourteen countries, examining over thirty awards (as distinct from grants) with details of how they are judged.
Report outlining the importance of a healthy live venue environment in New South Wales, which presents the survey findings and details several recommendations.
A report providing the foundations for a long term strategy of ensuring a successful and economically viable live music sector in Wales.
A semi-autobiographical account in which Sir Alan Peacock examines the subject of arts funding.
Critique of orchestral music in London by Gavin Henderson, then Manager of the Philharmonia Orchestra and Artistic Director of the York Festival.