New Music Biennial 2022 Bundle

New Music Biennial 2022 Bundle

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Release date: 23 September 2022

In 2022 New Music Biennial celebrates its 10-year anniversary, and NMC are thrilled to continue as digital partner for PRS Foundations' landmark new music series. 

New Music Biennial's critically acclaimed free festival took place this year in both Coventry and London, featuring brand new commissions from across all genres and musical styles: from classical and chamber opera to jazz, folk and electronic music, by some of the most exciting composers and creators in the UK today. NMC provides a lasting legacy for this new music by making it available to listen to as digital releases.

The New Music Biennial 2022 Bundle includes seven brand new works premiered at the festival this year, for only £5:

1) Yazz AhmedThe Moon has Become
The Yazz Ahmed Ensemble • Commissioned by WOMAD
2) Paul Purgas: Tape Music
Commissioned by Capsule - Supersonic Festival
3) Martin GreenSplit the Air
Commissioned by Lepus Productions and The National Youth Brass
Band of Great Britain • Orchestrated by Benjamin Woodgates
Conducted by Robert Childs
4) NYX x Rakhi Singh x Vessel: Logos
Commissioned by NYX Electronic Drone Choir
5) Keeley Forsyth & Ross Downes: Bog Body
Commissioned by Sound UK
6) Roopa Panesar, Al MacSween & Camilo Tirado: The Crossing
Commissioned by Opera North
7) AFRODEUTSCHE: He Sings Over Me
Commissioned by Manchester Camerata and NEWFORM

All tracks are also available to buy seperately as singles from the NMC shop.

New Music Biennial 2022 comprised of 20 pieces of music: ten brand new works and ten pre-existing works from across the festival’s 10-year history. Download the ten pre-existing works from NMC’s online shop for only £5 here

Listen back to 10 years of New Music Biennial with our five genre-themed curated playlists. From jazz, to folk, to electronic music, they demonstrate the breadth and diversity of music showcased at the festival over the years: listen here


Release date: 23 September 2022
Catalogue number: NMCDL202201-7