The first pieces of software from the Magenta project will be released at the start of June
When everyone strives to sound just like Adele or Westlife, something has been lost
Years following the 1916 carnage at Mametz Wood, artist-poet David Jones wrote his First World War epic poem, In Parenthesis. Blending reportage, eulogy and autobiography with historical collective dream, the combination proves eloquent in composer Iain Bell’s new operatic setting, commissioned by the Welsh National Opera for its 70th anniversary season to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme.
As he releases his 15th studio album, the French composer and music producer discusses his four-decade career
The British musician commended Noel Gallagher's songwriting abilities
The highlights of rare and controversial proms performances
Jim Carter, best known as Mr Carson, talks about interviewing some of the greats of Rock about the king of skiffle, Lonnie Donegan, who inspired them all
'Music is very important to us and is often closely linked to our identity'
Download: It’s You; Rear View; Borders; Blue
A guided tour of the offices of Robert Abel & Associates resulted in a significant addition to the singer's stage attire
Download: I Exhale; If Rah; Low Burn; Santiago Cuatro; Motorhome
It is possible to discover a remarkable amount of information about a person simply by asking about his or her musical tastes
A home run for Manchester as The Vanity Project are crowned the winners of this year's contest
Should we follow what research says, or is listening to music while working just down to individual preference?
With proper support and help in adapting musical instruments, the UK’s only disabled-led regional orchestra is hitting all the right notes with a unique musical event
Download: Please Be Naked; Lostmyhead; Somebody Else; Nana; She Lays Down