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In today’s Classical News, The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has awarded grants worth over £1 million pounds, Roderick Williams has been appointed as visiting consultant in vocal performance at Birmingham Conservatoire, and BBC Proms has committed to making classical concerts welcoming to all, with a new disability-inclusive event at the Royal Albert Hall.

Classical Music

Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation announces latest grants

The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has awarded grants worth over £1 million pounds to 28 projects across the UK.

Classic FM

‘Simon Rattle is not afraid to say what he thinks about the state of music education – he’s great for music in the UK’

Gareth Davies is Chairman and Principal Flautist of the LSO and he spoke exclusively to our presenter Anne-Marie Minhall about the orchestra’s new music director, Sir Simon Rattle.

Music Teacher

Roderick Williams takes Birmingham Conservatoire post

Roderick Williams has been appointed as visiting consultant in vocal performance at Birmingham Conservatoire. The baritone, who was awarded an OBE earlier this year, will visit the institution on a regular basis to give recitals, individual coaching and masterclasses.

Huffington Post

BBC Proms Launches First Disability-Inclusive Concert To Make Classical Music Accessible To All

With their silent audiences, formal attire and clapping etiquette, classical music concerts don’t scream accessibility. But BBC Proms has committed to making classical concerts welcoming to all, with a new disability-inclusive event at the Royal Albert Hall.

Berliner Morgenpost

Bei Berlins Kulturstätten herrscht Sanierungsstau

435 Millionen Euro werden benötigt, um alle Theater und Konzertsäle der Stadt instand zu setzen. „Es muss dringend etwas getan werden.“

Fono Forum

Kulturinstitut der Musikindustrie

Joyce DiDonato, Matthias Goerne, Daniel Hope (!), Kent Nagano, Maurizio Pollini, Fazıl Say, Christian Tetzlaff, das Wiener Klaviertrio, Thomas Fritzsch, Sebastian Knauer, Linus Roth und der Nachwuchskünstler Lucas Debargue gehören zu den Preisträgern des ECHO KLASSIK 2017.

concerti

Experimentierlust lässt Besucher staunen

Das Festival vielsaitig gibt klangvolle Einblicke nicht nur in die Geigenbau-Historie

El Mundo

Cartas de amor de grandes compositores

“Es una última y dura prueba, pero mi amor es mi fe, y estoy sedienta por el martirio”, escribe Marie d’Agoult cuando deja a su marido para amar a Franz Liszt. Es uno de los fragmentos de una de las misivas que recoge el libro ‘Cartas de amor de músicos’ (Turner), de Kurt Pahlen.

Pizzicato

Genova organizes Paganini festival

Genova, the city of the Premio Paganini, is planning a festival with nine concerts, all with free entrance, with the participation of three winners of the Paganini Award.

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Music History    in 1840 FP of Hector ‘s Grand Symphonie funebre et triomphale in Paris.
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Image: Roderick Williams

(Written on July 28, 2017 )

In today’s Classical News, Wigmore Hall announces their 2017/18 season, and NYCGB search for their first Chief Executive. In Suffolk a new exhibition, ‘Queer Talk: Homosexuality In Britten’s Britain’, is inaugurated today.   In Nantes, toddlers are introduced to classical music in an attempt to break down cultural boundaries, and musical tips for your four-legged friends.

Rhinegold

NYCGB launches search for first chief executive

The National Youth Choirs of Great Britain are launching a search for their first ever chief executive. The new position was created in response to the organisation’s rapid growth over the past few years. Since 2012, NYCGB has gained ACE National Portfolio status, launched Widening Access & Engagement partnerships with music hubs in Cornwall, Cumbria and Nottinghamshire, and established the NYCGB fellowship programme.

Wigmore Hall announces 2017/18 season

Wigmore Hall’s 2017/18 season will include residencies from Isabelle Faust, Christian Tetzlaff, Sir András Schiff, Jörg Widmann and Sonia Prina.  The season will include a 17-concert survey of Haydn’s string quartets with the Castalian, Doric, Heath and Schumann string quartets, including all of Haydn’s quartets from the Opus 20s onwards, and the Cuarteto Casals will present a complete cycle of Beethoven’s string quartets, alongside new works by living composers.

Vulture

How Moonlight’s Composer Chopped and Screwed Classical Music

Host Hrishikesh Hirway interviews Oscar-nominated Moonlight composer Nicholas Britell about the process of creating the themes for the movie’s protagonist, who’s called “Little” when he’s a kid, “Chiron” as a teen, and “Black” when he’s fully grown. As Britell explains, he borrowed techniques from hip-hop to create three different themes from the same piece of music.

New Republic

Breaking Elgar’s Enigma

Bob Padgett used to work for large insurance companies in northern California, assessing property damage from fires and floods. But he was also a talented classical violinist, and he would moonlight for different orchestras, which is how he came to plumb a century-old mystery called the Enigma.

Pizzicato

Queer Talk: Homosexuality in Britten’s Britain Exhibition Inaugurated

 At the Red House in Aldeburgh, Suffolk, where Benjamin Britten and his partner Peter Pears lived for almost 40 years, a new exhibition, Queer Talk: Homosexuality In Britten’s Britain, is inaugurated today. It will outline the life and work of Benjamin Britten during the period of social change that led to the 1967 decriminalisation of homosexuality.

Klassik Heute

Henle-Klavierwettbewerb 2017

Junge Klavierspieler zwischen 6 und 11 Jahren sind aufgefordert, ihr Video auf YouTube zu stellen! Zu spielen ist ein Satz aus den Wunderkind-Sonaten von Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, zu gewinnen sind Noten oder Geldpreise. 

Der Tagesspiegel

Der Himmel der Carnegie Hall

Neun Konzerte, geballt an elf Tagen: Daniel Barenboim und die Berliner Staatskapelle zelebrieren in New York ihren Bruckner-Zyklus. Ein Wagnis, das vollends zu begeistern weiß.

Abendblatt

Das erste “Konzert für Hamburg” in der Elbphilharmonie

Das NDR-Orchester, Geigerin Patricia Kopatchinskaja und Cellist Nicolas Altstaedt warfen “Klassik-Köder” aus.

Galileo

Diese Musik solltest du spielen, damit dein Hund entspannen kann

Ja, auch Hunde haben Musikgeschmack. Genau den haben Wissenschaftler jetzt untersucht. Denn natürlich wollen wir, dass es unseren Vierbeinern gut geht. Und da hilft es manchmal schon, wenn man die richtige Musik an macht.

Le Monde

Les femmes donnent de la voix aux Victoires de la musique classique

Unique émission de musique classique sur une chaîne de télévision du service public en prime time, les 24es Victoires de la musique classique, qui se tenaient mercredi 1er février à l’auditorium de Radio France, à Paris, ont été diffusées en direct sur France 3 et France Musique. La mezzo-soprano Marianne Crebassa a été récompensée dans la catégorie artiste lyrique.

La Croix

Nantes, la Folle Journée initie les enfants à la musique classique

Dans le cadre du festival de musique classique la Folle Journée qui se tient du 1er au 5 février, la compagnie Musiqu’Éveil a imaginé des concerts adaptés aux enfants de 18 mois à 3 ans, pour mieux faire tomber les barrières culturelles.

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Music History @today_classical #Today in 1875 Birth of Austrian-American #violinist Fritz #Kreisler #MusicHistory #classicalmusic

Mondoweiss @Mondoweiss The Palestine Philharmonie — an orchestra is born in Bethlehem

3sat Kulturzeit @kulturzeit Hamburg: Schauspielhaus-Intendantin Karin Beier verlängert um weitere drei Jahre.

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Image: Wigmore Hall

(Written on February 2, 2017 )

 At a concert at the Sendesaal in Bremen, Anna Reszniak catches falling pages of music during a performance by violinist Christian Tetzlaff and pianist Lars Vogt.

(Written on October 13, 2015 )