Brighter Sound announces the latest events for Here Come the Grrrls – an exciting programme to celebrate, profile and inspire female musicians.
In one of our most original commissions to date, we appointed Sara Lowes as composer in residence at the National Graphene Institute, part of The University of Manchester. Her brief – to create a piece of music exploring the relationship between science and music.
After Hours at Manchester Museum: we tell you more about our part in Creative Tourist’s city-wide social. Don’t miss the live recording of the performance, now available on soundcloud.
As a preview and taster of our forthcoming Here Come the Girls programme, we’re delighted to be working with Natalie McCool, one of the UK’s most talented up-and-coming musicians at the top of her game.
To celebrate the end of the Echo Trace, we brought five local libraries together, for an incredible one-day showcase at Manchester Central Library. Here we look back at the fantastic programme. Don’t miss the free music download to keep.
Jennifer Batten, Michael Jackson’s guitarist for a decade and one of the most respected guitar players of all time, joins us for a masterclass to share her tips and talk about the experiences at the very top of her profession.
Call out for musicians. Brighter Sound announces Meklit Hadero as our next Artistic Director in Residence. An extraordinary opportunity to explore music and with a truly global musician.
Brighter Sound is delighted to present the Echo Trace, five brilliant creative projects in five local Manchester libraries.
Brighter Sound have joined forces with HOME for EIGHT, an international creative collaboration, which will take place in sister-city Wuhan, China.