Emergent: A Music Legacy is a Drake Music programme funded by Help Musicians UK and The Wingate Foundation to provide opportunities, support and greater profile to advance the next generation […]
Join musician Luke Lundin this weekend as he performs the world premiere of his new Drake Music commission at Bath Festivals. Luke was selected for the Emergent: A Music Legacy […]
Luke Lundin has been commissioned to write a piece of music about nature and the environment for Emergent: A music legacy. Over the last couple of months we have been working together on […]
Luke Lundin is one of our recent Emergent: A music legacy winners and has been commissioned to write a piece on music and the environment. Hear his thoughts on his […]
Don’t miss the premiere of composer Ben Lunn’s new work, a powerful piece dedicated to the disabled victims of the Nazi operation Aktion T-4 and Tory Austerity. Ben will be […]
Reflection on the final day of workshops for musicians and composers with St Magnus International Festival in Orkney
The first day of the composers’ workshop hosted by St Magnus International Festival got off to a flying start
This blog post charts the continuation of my work with BBC Performing Arts Fund fellow Bram Harrison a.k.a DJ Eyetech. Bram describes himself as living with ‘locked in syndrome’ and we’re working together to enable him to make music on his EyeGaze computer…
Seasons 4.0 is an experiment in dance, music and interactive technology. Please join us for a work-in-progress sharing in London, Friday 5th September at midday.
Following the success of Drake Music Connect and Collaborate London’s music and video commissions In Motion and Ethnomusicality, we recently commissioned DM Associate Musician Gary Day to direct a reinterpretion/re-imagination of an existing song/piece of music, working with a small group of disabled musicians using assistive music technology (AMT).