Musica Scotica Conference Registration Opens — Claimed From Stationers’ Hall

Must be the start of the year – there’s a sudden outpouring of calls for papers, conference registrations and other exciting challenges. Here’s one for this morning – Musica Scotica is a network I’ve long been associated with. Musica Scotica 14th Annual Conference Friday 3 – Sunday 5 May 2019 (Tolbooth, Stirling) Registration for the […] … More Musica Scotica Conference Registration Opens — Claimed From Stationers’ Hall

Open Letter responding to Midlothian council instrumental tuition cuts — HE Music and school instrumental tuition

This site hosts an open letter from Music academics at Scottish Universities, written in response to the announcement of planned instrumental tuition cuts by Midlothian council. Read the letter here. via Open Letter responding to Midlothian council instrumental tuition cuts — HE Music and school instrumental tuition

Should Article 50 be Suspended? — theblueanchor

Our current position regarding Article 50 has been debated and voted on by more people on more occasions than anything else in British history: 1, In 2013 David Cameron promised a simple in/out referendum and was rewarded with a working majority in 2015. 2, Parliament quickly approved the Referendum Bill by 544 votes to 53. […] … More Should Article 50 be Suspended? — theblueanchor

‘Brexit will spell the end of British art as we know it. Discuss.’ — theblueanchor

My publisher is on at me to write a fully revised edition of my book. Here is a sneak preview of the entry for the 13th October 2018… Saturday 13th October 2018 On this date Simon Roberts, a Brighton based artist convened a debate at the Friends Meeting House entitled: ‘Brexit will spell the end […] … More ‘Brexit will spell the end of British art as we know it. Discuss.’ — theblueanchor