|Covid-19|April - While studying under Frank Bridge, 15-year-old Benjamin Britten composes his String Quartet in F.
9 August - Percy Grainger marries Swedish artist Ella Ström at the Hollywood Bowl.
September - Benjamin Britten goes as a boarder to Gresham's School, in Holt, Norfolk.
Edward German is knighted for services to music.
Eric Fenby begins work as amanuensis for Frederick Delius.
Malcolm Sargent becomes conductor of the Royal Choral Society.
Arnold Bax begins taking an annual working holiday in Morar, in the west Scottish Highlands.
Noël Coward - "World Weary"
Granville Bantock - Pagan Symphony
Arthur Bliss - Pastoral 'Lie strewn the white flocks'
Hamilton Harty - Suite for Cello and Piano
Gustav Holst - A Moorside Suite
John Ireland - Two Songs, 1928
Cyril Rootham - "On the Morning of Christ's Nativity"
Ralph Vaughan Williams - Te Deum in G major
William Walton - Sinfonia Concertante
William Henry Bell - The Mouse Trap; libretto after The Sire de Maletroit's Door by Robert Louis Stevenson
The Good Old Days of England, music by Percy Fletcher, libretto by Oscar Asche
17 January - Matt McGinn, folk singer (died 1977)
8 February - Osian Ellis, harpist
6 March - Ronald Stevenson, composer and pianist (died 2015)
13 March - Ronnie Hazlehurst, conductor and composer (died 2007)
2 April - April Cantelo, soprano
Jimmy Logan, entertainer (died 2001)
Monty Norman, singer and composer of the James Bond signature tune
19 April - Alexis Korner, blues musician and historian (died 1984)
27 May - Thea Musgrave, composer
6 July - Peter Glossop, operatic baritone (died 2008)
16 July - Bryden Thomson, orchestral conductor (died 1991)
26 August - Andrew Porter, music critic (died 2015)
6 October - Flora MacNeil, singer in Scottish Gaelic (died 2015)
1 March - Sir Herbert Brewer, organist and composer (born 1865)
27 March - Leslie Stuart, musical theatre composer (born 1863)
13 May - David Thomas, composer (born 1881)
21 June - Marie Novello, pianist (born 1898)
12 September - Howard Talbot, conductor and composer (born 1865)
30 October - Percy Anderson, D'Oyly Carte stage designer (born 1851)
26 November - Herbert Sullivan, nephew and biographer of Sir Arthur Sullivan (born 1868)
1928 in British music Wikipedia
This is a summary of 1928 in music in the United Kingdom.