Cross-Channel project involving Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, Court-circuit, Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

A cross-Channel concert including works by composers with cross-European links Read more

BCMG opens applications for NEXT 2019-2020

BCMG and Royal Birmingham Conservatoire open applications for the second intake of NEXT Read more

BCMG to premiere new work by Robert Reid Allan

A new work by BCMG Apprentice Composer-in-Residence 2018-19 Robert Reid Allan, in collaboration with filmmaker Sasha Balmazi-Owen and actor/dancer/singer Richard Court will be premiered on Friday 21 June at the CBSO Centre in Birmingham. Read more

BCMG appoints Seb Huckle as Executive Director

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (BCMG) has appointed Seb Huckle as Executive Director. Read more

Celebrating Rebecca Saunders and welcoming Wu Wei

BCMG celebrates the music of award-winning composer Rebecca Saunders and presents the world premiere of Donghoon Shin’s concerto for Sheng virtuoso Wu Wei on Thursday 21 March Read more

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group announces Robert Reid Allan as Apprentice Composer-in-Residence for 2018-19 season

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group has announced the appointment of Robert Reid Allan as Apprentice Composer-in-Residence for its 2018-19 season. Read more

Celebrating Brian Ferneyhough

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (BCMG) and the Arditti Quartet will join forces at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire to celebrate the 75th birthday of one of today’s most influential and internationally-renowned composers, Brian Ferneyhough. Read more

O Hototogisu nominated for British Composers Awards 2018

Oliver Knussen's last work, O Hototogisu, a BCMG Sound Investment commission, has been nominated in the British Composers Awards 2018 Read more

London concert announced

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group will perform a programme of music exploring the life and works of Karl Marx at Kings Place on 24 October. Read more

NEXT Musicians 2018-19 Announced

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group (BCMG) and Royal Birmingham Conservatoire announce the first 11 musicians to join the NEXT Music programme, a brand new, innovative programme of study to support early career musicians who want to dedicate their professional life to contemporary music. Read more

Oliver Knussen

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group are devastated to learn of the passing of our dearest friend and Artist-in-Association, Oliver Knussen. Read more