Everyone interested in studying music in the UK had a great opportunity to meet representatives from top British universities and music schools
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Representatives from the best British universities, music schools and conservatoires participated in Study UK: Discover You educational fair in St. Petersburg
Are you a Russian organisations wishing to present UK music of any genre in Russia? Deadline: 10 February 2019
At this open event, a round table of international and Russian specialists discussed opera’s place in society.
UK musician or music professional? Apply for a grant for professional and creative development in Russia. Deadline: 21 February 2019
We encourage applications from emerging Russian film composers to attend Envision Sound Russia. Deadline: 10 March 2019
Emerging or experienced music professional? Apply for a free intensive course on music artist management as part of Selector PRO. Deadline: 10 March 2019
Ian Bostridge, one of the leading UK tenors, presented the Russian translation of his new book "Schubert’s Winter Journey: Anatomy of an Obsession". Moderator of the talk: Alexey Munipov
Selector After Dark Beefeater Sessions comes to the Strelka bar, Moscow
The Future Culture open call offers individual bursaries for professional development in arts and culture. Deadline: 31 March 2019
The festival of British music, programmed as part of the exhibition "Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud and the London School" will take place in the Pushkin museum of Fine Arts
BIMM's Course Leader will cover the working methods of artist managers and the industries within which they operate
The exhibition revolves around the autonomously sounding musical object — the “Poet Mechanic" — a hybrid instrument borne out of extreme transformations of the classic vinyl player
In 2019, Selector After Dark comes to the Strelka bar, Moscow. The second gig presents Danny McLewin, from the Psychemagik duet, a connoisseur of rarities and a vinyl treasure collector
Danny McLewin performs in Kuznya bar in St. Petersburg the day before his gig at Strelka in Moscow as part of Selector After Dark series of gigs
All the music performed was written by English composers who, with the exception of the modern John Tavener, were members of the Chapel Royal - institution, which serves the British monarchy
Screening of "Scandal in Belgravia" and Q&A with the composer Michael Price!
The Britten's masterpiece will premiere in Moscow this April!
MOBO nominated Northern Irish jazz drummer David Lyttle makes his first visit to Russia to collaborate with pianist Alexey Ivannikov in Moscow and St. Petersburg
Four Russian groups: Shortparis, Chkbns, Fogh Depot and Lucidvox, will be presented at The Great Escape, the main UK’s showcase festival for emerging musicians
Music professionals are invited to apply for grants through an open call to visit a UK music festival or conference. Deadline for applications: May 15
The sextet performs specially-commissioned pieces from the world’s top living composers just as artfully as bespoke arrangements of popular music
Don't miss the British cult artist, poet, musician, and puppeteer Ted Milton performing in Russia for the first time!
English jazz pianist and composer Mike Westbrook, OBE brings to Russia one of his most prominent ensembles to celebrate the 20th anniversary of DOM Cultural Centre
The Ninth International Young Composers Academy invites the participants to study with the leading contemporary composers! Deadline for applications: 25 May
We invite women working in the music industry to take part in the professional development programme ‘Parallel Residence II’. Deadline for applications: 13 May.
The workshop will take place at the Moscow Music School and is open to music professionals with previous songwriting experience. Application deadline: June 15
This grant scheme is for Russian organisations who wish to present UK music of any genre in Russia between 1 September 2019 and 29 February 2020.
Open call for Russian regional cultural organisations interested in holding professional development workshops for middle and senior cultural managers in their city.
This grant scheme is for UK musicians and professionals, for professional and creative development in Russia.
Launched in 2015 as a showcase of Russian independent rock, Bol festival has become one of the main summer events in Moscow.
A special Selector Live Showcase at Afisha Picnic festival brought together talented British and Russian musicians.
The workshop will take place at the Moscow Music School and is open to music professionals with previous music production experience. Application deadline: August 11