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Following on from the talks I have done in Newcastle and Bristol, during April, I have three talks coming up on my Sting book – from Northern Skies to Fields of Gold. The first is at Birmingham City University – … Continue reading
Well, I am coming toward the end of the research into the relationships between live music and higher education in Wales. With the report due at the end of this month, I thought I would provide some comments below. Very … Continue reading
Contrary to some of my earlier posts, it is great to report news of a few national tours where artists are playing in Wales. A recent CMU post highlighted a few up and coming UK tours, and as I was … Continue reading
Two years ago, the ‘Roland Music Academy’s’ launch took place at the ATRiuM in Cardiff. It was a great event, so here are some pictures of the day, most which document Roland Founder Mr Kakahashi’s professorship.
I am currently writing a book chapter for Ashgate on the advantages and disadvantages of the Welsh music industry. Interestingly, there was a ‘Welsh Music Day’ on BBC Radio Wales on March 1st (St Davids’s Day), and selected links can … Continue reading