Festival of New is a whirlwind two days of freshly devised music and sound, exploring some of the most exciting work being made in the UK. This year, projects range from Hip Hop to contemporary folk and from electronica to experimental jazz. Some are ready to take flight, while others are just beginning to take shape. All have been developed at Snape on residencies that take place all year round, giving artists the freedom to take risks, be ambitious and release their creative spirit.
You can leave a comment on any of these projects anywhere you see to give feedback to and ask questions, or to show us things happening elsewhere we should know about.
Kit Downes & Tom Challenger: Dreamlife of DebrisRe-arranging a jazz study of Suffolk's church organs
Firefly Burning: Breathe ShallowExpanding the instrumentation of an art-folk group for new material
PropellorClarinettist creating a new ensemble combining folk, classical and improvisation.
Snape Residencies are generously supported by the John Ellerman Foundation, Help Musicians UK, PRS Foundation and British Council.