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Global music sales up for the first time since 1999

The music industry breathes a collective sigh of relief as new figures reveal that global music sales have risen for…


Opera world launches international awards to survive budget cuts

Amidst dangerous budget cuts, the opera world has united to conduct its very own international awards in the hopes of…


BRIT Award winners announced

The UK’s greatest celebration of British music recently wrapped up in London and we have a full list of the…


UK official intervenes in funding process

Deputy Labour leader Harriet Harman has intervened in the Newcastle arts funding process in an attempt to prevent the council…


Picasso’s lover sells for $43 million

A Picasso portrait of his mistress Marie-Therese Walter has sold at a Sotheby’s auction for $43 million.


School of Scottish Studies archive under threat

Students and academics at Edinburgh University are fighting to preserve the archives and libraries belonging to the School of Scottish…


‘Pride and Prejudice’ celebrates 200 years

Austen fans all over the world are reaching for their bonnets in celebration of the 200th year anniversary of ‘Pride…


Sam Mendes and Tori Amos to be part of 2013 National Theatre season

The National Theatre has unveiled its 2013 season which includes a Sam Mendes production of ‘King Lear’ and a new…


Art not only for the 1% says Christie’s chief

Christie’s chief Steven Murphy has boldly declared that the future of art will not be limited to those 1% rich…


UK college to offer X Factor auditions course

Bishop Auckland College in the UK has unveiled a new course which will teach students how to prepare for auditions…

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