50-year-old Paul Fisher from St Ives hopes a song he wrote about terminal illness before he was diagnosed will become a charity hit.Read the full story ›
The ska band will play at Thetford Forest, near Brandon, in June 2020.Read the full story ›
A team from the University of Cambridge helped break a record for the number of people playing one piano at the same time.Read the full story ›
Ten people have been arrested after an unauthorised music event held in a disused warehouse in Kettering and attended by up to 1,000 people.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people are expected to attend the popular Cambridgeshire Folk Festival this weekend. Many have already arrived at the four day event which has grown in size each year. Held at Cherry Hinton Hall, it's now one of the longest running and best known music festivals in Europe. It hosts an eclectic line-up with traditional and cutting edge contemporary acts from around the world.
Thousands of children are taking part in a music festival this weekend in Colchester to celebrate the county's musical heritage.Read the full story ›
He's one of the biggest musical superstars - but Mark Ronson still had the time to help a seriously ill girl from HertfordshireRead the full story ›
A world musical star from the ITV Anglia region is raising money for the refugee crisis by giving fans a chance to see her huge instrument collection.
The profoundly deaf percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie has sold ten tickets on eBay to have a tour of her instrument store near Huntingdon.
The money raised will go to Oxfam's Emergency appeal.The Glennie Aluphone played at the London Olympics will be one of many instruments on display.
ITV News Anglia reporter Stuart Leithes was lucky enough to be shown the collection and you can watch his report by clicking below
New research is underway into how music can help people with dementiaRead the full story ›