|Covid-19|5 April - 25-year-old Michael Tippett gives a concert at Oxted consisting entirely of his own works—a Concerto in D for flutes, oboe, horns and strings; settings for tenor of poems by Fry; Psalm in C for chorus and orchestra, again with a text by Fry; piano variations on the song "Jockey to the Fair"; and a string quartet.
22 October The London-based BBC Symphony Orchestra gives its first concert in Queen's Hall, conducted by Adrian Boult.
"By the Sleepy Lagoon", by Eric Coates
"Someday I'll Find You", by Noël Coward
"The White Dove" w. Clifford Grey m. Franz Lehár
William Alwyn - Piano Concerto No. 1
Arnold Bax - Winter Legends
Arthur Bliss - Morning Heroes (oratorio)
Edward Elgar - Pomp and Circumstance March No. 5 in C
Gustav Holst - A Choral Fantasia
Legend for piano and orchestra
Piano Concerto in E flat
Peter Warlock - Carillon Carilla
Ernest Irving - Birds of Prey
25 June - The Love Race opens at the Gaiety Theatre where it runs for 237 performances.
30 October - Nippy (music by Billy Mayerl; book and lyrics by Arthur Wimperis and Frank Eyton), starring Binnie Hale, opens at the Prince Edward Theatre and runs for 137 performances.
Elstree Calling, starring Teddy Brown
Harmony Heaven, starring Polly Ward
Just for a Song, starring Lillian Hall-Davis, Roy Royston and Constance Carpenter.
The Nipper, starring Betty Balfour
17 February - Frank Wappat, singer and radio host (died 2014)
5 March - Isla Cameron, actress and folk singer (died 1980)
10 March - Jimmie Macgregor, folk singer
17 April - Chris Barber, jazz trombonist
30 May - Gordon Langford, composer and arranger
1 June - Edward Woodward, actor and singer (died 2009)
20 July - Sally Ann Howes, actress and singer
1 August - Lionel Bart, composer and lyricist (died 1999)
13 August - Bernard Manning, comedian and singer (died 2007)
12 October - Cyril Tawney, singer-songwriter (died 2005)
1 November - John Scott, conductor and composer
2 November - Peter Hope, composer and arranger, also known as William Gardner
1 December - Matt Monro, singer (died 1985)
17 February - Louise Kirkby Lunn, operatic contralto, 56
22 June - Mary Davies, singer, 75
17 December - Peter Warlock, composer, 36
1930 in British music Wikipedia
This is a summary of 1930 in music in the United Kingdom.