2019 Summer Residency at The Wallace Collection

CMF returns to The Wallace Collection for our 4th annual Summer Residency. Monday 22nd – Friday 26th July 2019 Featuring six CMF Artists, 2019 sees the residency expanded beyond the popular free lunchtime recitals to include a children’s concert, a performance for dementia sufferers, and an evening concert centred around Schubert’s ‘Trout Quintet’ with guest performer, […]

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Sound Unbound: full schedule

This weekend City Music Foundation is partnering with Barbican and Culture Mile for Sound Unbound, a free music festival taking place in the City of London. This weekend-long classical music festival will explore unexpected spaces across Culture Mile, which stretches from Farringdon to Moorgate in the north-west of the Square Mile, celebrating fantastic music alongside the history and […]

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Reviews Round-up for Alexander Soares’s debut album: Notations & Sketches

Notations & Sketches, the debut album from Alexander Soares was released on Rubicon Classics in January 2019 and features solo piano works by Boulez, Dutilleux, and Messiaen. City Music Foundation is proud to have funded this album, one which has now garnered plaudits from both of the UK’s most prestigious classical music magazines. Gramophone Magazine (Editor’s Choice, May 2019)“Although […]

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Vacancy: Communications & Events Officer

We’re recruiting for a Communications & Events Officer to join our team based in Smithfield, EC1. We are looking for someone educated to at least degree level with a real knowledge of and passion for classical music (and jazz, if possible), as well as a love of social media and experience in marketing and publicity. […]

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CMF partners with Barbican and Culture Mile for Sound Unbound

We’re delighted to announce that City Music Foundation is partnering with Barbican and Culture Mile for Sound Unbound, a free music festival taking place in the City of London Saturday 18 – Sunday 19 May 2019. This weekend-long classical music festival will explore unexpected spaces across Culture Mile, which stretches from Farringdon to Moorgate in the north-west of the […]

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A4 Brass Quartet depart on Scotland tour

Continuing a busy year of concerts throughout the UK, A4 Brass Quartet (2018 CMF Artist) begin a five-date tour of Scotland starting Friday 22nd March. Supported by The Tunnell Trust, the multi-award-winning brass group will travel to Melrose Music Society (22nd March), Ayr Music Club (23rd March), Gatehouse of Fleet Music Society (24th March), Biggar […]

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We’re hiring: Artist Manager

We’re recruiting for a new Artist Manager to join our team based in Smithfield, EC1. The role is wide-ranging, with involvement in every stage of the development of our artists while they are on the two-year CMF Artist Programme. The post-holder will get to know the artists personally over this period, supporting them from the […]

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City Music Foundation Data Protection and Privacy Policy

We are committed to protecting the privacy of your personal data. We will respect any personal data you share with us and keep it safe. We aim to be clear when we collect your personal data and not do anything you wouldn’t reasonably expect. Please read this Policy carefully to understand our practices regarding your […]

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Meet Michael Foyle

Ahead of his performance with the English Chamber Orchestra next week, we caught up with violinist and CMF Alumnus Michael Foyle to talk about Prokofiev, dreaming and Mexico!   Tell us something you’ve learned about Prokofiev whilst preparing to perform his 1st Violin Concerto? It is a great time to look into Prokofiev’s life as […]

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2017 CMF Artists announced

  Each year it is an enormous pleasure, as well as a huge challenge, for our judging panels to select the musicians for the CMF Artists Programme from the ever increasing number of exceptionally accomplished applicants. This year we’ve selected four soloists and one ensemble, which include classical as well as jazz musicians with talents […]

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Tabea Debus to perform on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune

Ahead of her concert at the Baroque at the Edge festival, Tabea will perform on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune with lutenist Alex McCartney on Thursday 4th January. Baroque at the Edge invites leading musicians ranging from classical to world, jazz and folk to take the music of the Baroque and see where it leads them. […]

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CMF takes part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2017

  We’re delighted to announce that CMF is taking part in the Big Give Christmas Challenge 2017, the UK’s largest online match funding campaign. CMF is one of the charities that’s been selected to receive match funding from the Big Give, which means that donors have the rare opportunity to Double your Donation. For one week […]

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City Music Foundation Summer Residency at the Wallace Collection

City Music Foundation Summer Residency at the Wallace Collection Following last year’s successful residency at the Wallace Collection, our annual Summer Residency returns in the week of 24th July, as we present 5 more CMF Artists in a series of lunchtime performances. Held in the stunning Great Gallery in the Wallace Collection, each concert commences […]

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Behind the scenes at Miriam Nerval’s video shoot

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Samson Tsoy wins first prize in Spain!

Pianist and 2014 Artist Samson Tsoy has taken first prize in the 9th Campillos International Piano Competition, hosted in Malaga, Spain. The jury consisted of pianists from across Europe and US, and was chaired by D. Juan Lago.  Tsoy succeeded 50 finalists to claim the prize, which is a cash award and a number of […]

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Samson Tsoy wins first prize in Spain!

Pianist and 2014 Artist Samson Tsoy has taken first prize in the 9th Campillos International Piano Competition, hosted in Malaga, Spain. The jury consisted of pianists from across Europe and US, and was chaired by D. Juan Lago.  Tsoy succeeded 50 finalists to claim the prize, which is a cash award and a number of […]

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Rave reviews for Tir Eolas’ debut album

Since their album launch on 11th February, Tir Eolas have performed at the Union Chapel as part of their Daylight Music Series and received some rave reviews for Stories Sung, Truths Told. Photo Credit: Francis Gallagher   

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Bridie Jackson and the Arbour appear on 6 Music

This Saturday 21st June at 21:00, Bridie Jackson and the Arbour will appear on Tom Robinson’s 6Music show as a featured artist. This will be

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