Hey you! You're interested in classical music, but you hate all the rules around it? Then you've come to the right place! We're Nonclassical, a record label and club-night with an innovative approach to classical music, taking away the rules and breaking the constraints of the traditional concert hall. Sounds good? Then have a look at our job descriptions..
Get in the mood for Rise of the Machines #2 with our new Drum Machine playlist.
On 17 January six musicians and ensembles from the widest range of backgrounds and genres have joined us at The Victoria, Dalston for our annual Battle of the Bands competition, presenting the latest trends and sounds in today’s new classical music scene.
Langham Research Centre's Iain Chambers talks to Elizabeth Alker on BBC Radio 6.
Find out how you can enter Battle of the Bands 2018.
Langham Research Centre's highly anticipated new album is now available to purchase.
Tape Works Vol. 1, the new experimental electronic album from Langham Research Centre, is now available to pre-order from Bandcamp and iTunes.
Nonclassical Executive Director, Eleanor Ward goes to classical music networking event Arena:Klassisk in Oslo to discuss what works for the classical promoter in 2017.
Get ready for the launch of Langham Research Centre's brand new album, Tape Works Vol. 1 with a playlist made by the group themselves.
An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Interim General Manager to join our team.
For the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution, we joined Gabriel Prokofiev and The Renegade Orchestra at The British Library for 'Late at the Library: Sounds of the Revolution'
Inspired by the book We Break Strings, a new website has launched, allowing you to keep up to date with the alternative classical music scene in London.
Langham Research Centre launch their brand new album Tape Works Vol. 1.
Our new offer guaranteeing you entry to all of our 2017/18 gigs at a reduced price.
Head over to Spotify for our summer playlist.
We're looking for two new interns to join us in our office in Bethnal Green.
Great news! If you don't live in London and haven't been able to make it to the Victoria, you can now catch our events live on Facebook.