Our A&R consultant Nick Luscombe and executive director Eleanor Ward, spoke to The Quietus about 'Outside The Lines', the artists we're featuring and where we're headed in the future.
We've put together a playlist of our complete discography - your new favourite playlist! Shuffle your way through 14 years of Nonclassical history by listening on Spotify.
The Street Orchestra of London is back this summer!
We'll be heading to Classical:NEXT 2017 (17-20 May), held in Rotterdam, where Gabriel Prokofiev and Eleanor Ward, our Executive Director, will be performing DJs sets at one of the Club Showcases (18 May).
Following the success of their debut tour last summer, the Street Orchestra of London (SOL) is back and taking to the streets of London and Brighton this Easter bank holiday weekend (April 13-16).
We’re very excited for the Independent Label Market’s annual Spring Fling this weekend at Old Spitalfields Market!
This Friday we're presenting a showcase of our artists at Tallinn Music Week.
Today we’re incredibly pleased to release Outside the Lines - Vol. 1, the first in an annual series of EPs, which aims to support the best emerging artists on the contemporary classical scene.
March is an exciting month for us as we're bringing out a new album - Outside the Lines - Vol. 1 - and throwing a launch party for it on 8 March!
We’re excited to announce that in March we’re travelling to Estonia to showcase three of our artists at Tallinn Music Week!
On 11 January we held our annual Battle of the Bands competition to find the latest cutting-edge sounds of contemporary music today.
Our winner was...
We are excited to take on four Associate Composers to support and develop over the coming year: Beni Giles, Charlotte Harding, Laurence Osborn and Freya Waley-Cohen.
Starting 2017 with a bang, we’ve released a new compilation album, Nonclassical 001-020, celebrating our 20 album releases and showcasing some of our best tracks since we were founded in 2004 by Grabriel Prokofiev.
Compiled by radio DJ and presenter Nick Luscombe
2016 is almost a wrap! To celebrate the end of the year, we’ve put together some of the top records we’ve enjoyed from the last 12 months. Have a listen on Spotify and let us know what your favourite tracks/albums are from 2016 by tweeting us @Nonclassical.
Happy Christmas from all of us on the Nonclassical team! We look forward to seeing you in the 2017 for our first gig of the year on 11 January: Battle of the Bands.
The Street Orchestra of London, a pop-up orchestra we created last year, is back in town on 9-16 April 2017! The 40-piece symphonic orchestra takes music of all styles to London's streets, community spaces, prisons, hospices and beyond, and all free of charge.
Contemporary classical music acts: we want to see what you've got!
Applications are now open for our infamous Battle of the Bands, which presents the cutting edge of what is happening now in the classical world on 11 January 2017.
We are a small team with a big vision, and would love your help in your bringing new music to as wide an audience as possible. Joining the team as a volunteer will give you valuable experience in arts management and you'll get to see our gigs for free.
We’re looking for a Label & Artist Development Intern to join our team. The position is ideal for someone interested in going into arts management, who would like to learn more about the contemporary classical scene.
Some lovely reviews from our Monthly Night at The Victoria last week featuring The Hermes Experiment & Maarja Nuut.
A very big THANK YOU to everyone who came down to Ambika P3 on Friday night for our packed 'Rise of the Machines' event with Southbank Sinfonia. Exploring the mechanical influence on music, the night featured live-techno prepared piano from Klavikon, orchestrations of Aphex Twin and the UK premiere of Gabriel Prokofiev's 'Concerto for Trumpet, Percussion, Turntables & Orchestra', along with Shostakovich, Mosolov and Larry Goves. And The Times gave us a 4* review!