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  • Sarah Cassidy investigates an initiative that is trying to open up the world of classical music to a wider pool of talented young people.

  • As he takes the helm at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, American Jeffrey Sharkey discusses his leadership style and why he is excited to be in Scotland.

  • As cultural organisations rely more and more on volunteers, they risk becoming the exclusive domain of the middle class, argues Sam Reyes.

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Artistic Director and co-founder of learning disability theatre company Mind the Gap, TIM WHEELER, is stepping down to pursue other...
The Welsh government reshuffle has seen JOHN GRIFFITHS, Minister for Natural Resources, Culture and Sport, leave the cabinet. His role has...
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NICOLA OSMOND-EVANS is the new Press Manager for Rambert. Previously Senior PR Manager for English National Ballet, she replaces CAT...
The Barbican Centre Trust has appointed Founder and Chief Executive of Redleaf PR EMMA KANE as its new Chairman. Kane has worked in...
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Manchester’s new culture hub, HOME, has appointed KEVIN JAMIESON as Senior Producer: Theatre, and JASPER GILBERT as Technical Director and...

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Having worked in children’s arts and health in a London hospital, Victoria Jones, now in Melbourne in Australia, compares the respective creative programmes.