Eton College is soliciting entries for the first Malcolm Arnold Prize Essay. The prize, established by The Malcolm Arnold Trust and The Malcolm Arnold Society, is intended to promote scholarly inquiry into the work of one of England’s leading composers. The winning essay will receive £1000 and there will be a […]

Powerhouse/Indicator films are releasing The Reckoning on 28th August in the UK. (Blu-ray/DVD dual format) The film features one of Sir Malcolm Arnold’s final film scores. It will be the world premiere on Blu-ray and the UK DVD premiere.*   Starring Nicol Williamson and Rachel Roberts Directed by Jack […]

Are you a member of the Malcolm Arnold Society? Then the brand new issue of Beckus (No 106) should be with you shortly! If you are not yet a member: Just click here! The contents: Exhibition at Eton College The Tempest at Eton Statue of Malcolm Arnold unveiled at Northampton Guildhall […]

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On Monday 31st July 2017 a statue of Sir Malcolm was unveiled in the composers hometown of Northampton in the presence of Sir Malcolm’s family and members of the Malcolm Arnold Society. A detailed report will appear in our Beckus Newsletter No 106  to be send out to society members […]

If you join the Malcolm Arnold Society you get the following benefits: Discounted rates for tickets and accommodation for the annual Malcolm Arnold Festival The quarterly newsletter Beckus! With performance diary, news, reviews, features, analysis and archive material Regular email updates about broadcasts, breaking news, etc. Special offers for recordings and […]

The US Blu-ray of Suddenly, Last Summer with an isolated music and effects track will be released by Twilight Time on 15th August 2017. The music was written by Malcolm Arnold and Buxton Orr. Other Malcolm Arnold related Twilight Time releases are Roots of Heaven (isolated music track) and Salomon and Sheba […]

A new recording of the Fantasy by one of the rising stars in the world of classical guitar. Dreams & Fancies on Delphian Records The Arnold is exceptional An Interview with Sean Shibe