Interview with Dr Sarah Price

Interview with Dr Sarah Price Now more than ever arts organisations are searching for ways and means to begin to re-engage their audiences they once had before the COVID-19 pandemic began. Dr Sarah Price is an academic researcher, currently at The University of Sheffield, who focuses her invaluable research on Read more…

Albéric Magnard ‘Hymne à Vénus’: Love in all Forms

Albéric Magnard: Hymne à Vénus Context Although now relatively unknown in modern programming, Albéric Magnard’s collection of works reflects the impressionistic and highly romantic stylings of turn-of-the-century French classical music. His expansive orchestral works, rich with harmony and textures, highlights his time studying under Vincent d’Indy and Jules Massenet whilst Read more…

Florence Price ‘The Oak’: Stable Core

Florence Price: The Oak Context Born in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1887, Florence Beatrice Smith Price received early musical training from her mother. Price went to study at the prestigious New England Conservatory of Music, graduating in 1906 with a Soloist’s Diploma in Organ Performance, and a Teacher’s Diploma in Read more…