Phoebe's funding takes her to China
Phoebe Haines
HMUK-funded artist
27th July 2017

Phoebe received HMUK funding to go to China as the UK-representative at I Sing International Young Artists Festival,  a cross-cultural collaborative musical programme between western and Chinese opera singers.

Tom Langley wins a place at MBschool
Steve Melhuish
MMBE Course Leader
24th July 2017

This is Tom Langley. He is over the moon to be joining Music Business School at Tileyard on 20th September for our last 13-week course of 2017.

EAF-supported artist shares what the funding means
Ralegh Long
18th July 2017

The EAF award marks the culmination of a wild journey for this record. I am delighted and hugely grateful to have won.

I made the record sort of as a last hurrah, as someone who'd almost given up; I could never have expected it would go on to win the Emerging Artists Award.

Music Business School Alumni Share Their Experiences
Tigerlily Raphael
Creative Programme Assistant
13th July 2017

At the Brighton Music Conference in April 2017, HMUK ran a competition for two free places on the September ‘Managing a Music Business Enterprise’ (MMBE) course at the Music Business School in Tileyard.

Ahead of the next course starting, Tiger Lily from the Creative Programme caught up with two previous alumni to find out how it was for them…

Carla Easton's Banff Residency - Career Development Bursary
Carla Easton
Singer songwriter
5th July 2017

Carla J. Easton is a singer & songwriter, with a background and education in visual arts, based in Glasgow, Scotland. Graduating from the Masters of Fine Art programme at Glasgow School of Art in 2011, Easton has been performing and writing music for the all girl-band TeenCanteen ever since

She was supported through our Career Development Bursary.