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In today’s news: Weapon found inside a flute at Munich airport. The disabled musicians coming to the proms. Watch this awesome 5-year-old play Chopin’s Minute Waltz like it’s nbd. Warner Music Group letter reveals Spotify windfall terms for artists. Richest US Millennials Listen to Classical Music, TD Ameritrade Survey Says. In Berlin, a project tries to drive out homeless people with atonal music. The russian Polina Semionova was voted the ballerina of the year. At Frankfurt Musikmesse there is a new program devised to search for different instruments to be used in music therapy. A forgotten Liszt Opera is staged in Weimar. A portrait of Sofia Coppola Traviata production going to Japan.

Classic FM

Weapon found inside a flute at Munich airport

Customs officials have discovered a sword with a 50cm blade packed inside a flute at Munich airport.

The Guardian

Batons not barriers: The disabled musicians coming to the proms

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s Resound Ensemble explain why it’s not about the disability, it’s about the quality of music-making

Classic FM

Watch this awesome 5-year-old play Chopin’s Minute Waltz like it’s nbd

Evan Le is an amazing young pianist who’s made a name for himself performing music by some of the greatest composers on YouTube – and millions of people have been wowed by his talent

Music Week

Warner Music Group letter reveals Spotify windfall terms for artists

Music Week has obtained a letter issued by Warner Music Group that reveals a starkly different approach between the majors in how the proceeds from the equity sale in Spotify will be passed on to artists.

The Epoch Times

Richest US Millennials Listen to Classical Music, TD Ameritrade Survey Says

The type of music that Americans listen to may say a lot about their bank account.

Limelight

Germany employs atonal music in fight against crime

Atonal music might not be everybody’s cup of tea, but Germany’s national rail operator is convinced that it is disliked enough to drive away drug users at one of its stations. The unusual initiative will be trialled next month by the Deutsch Bahn at the Hermannstrasse station, a known crime spot.

Berliner Morgenpost

Primaballerina Polina Semionova ist Tänzerin des Jahres

Die russische Primaballerina Polina Semionova (33) ist zur Tänzerin des Jahres gewählt worden. Die am Staatsballett Berlin auftretende Tänzerin wurde in der am Dienstag veröffentlichten Jahresumfrage der Fachzeitschrift „Tanz“ unter internationalen Kritikern zur Favoritin gewählt.

Musik Heute

Musikmesse Frankfurt sucht neue Therapie-Instrumente

Die Musikmesse Frankfurt schreibt einen Wettbewerb für Therapie-Instrumente aus. Gesucht seien sowohl handwerklich erstellte Instrumente als auch neue digitale Anwendungen wie Musik-Apps, teilten die Veranstalter am Dienstag mit. Instrumentenbauer, Künstler und Musiktherapeuten können bis zum 31. Januar 2019 Prototypen inklusive Produktinformation einreichen.

NMZ

Chamäleon Liszt: Uraufführung des Opernfragments „Sardanapalo“ in Weimar

Franz Liszt ist im kollektiven Gedächtnis der Musikwelt abgespeichert als umschwärmter Tasten-Löwe, als Dirigent und Pädagoge, als ingeniöser Komponist von hoch virtuoser und klangschillernder Klaviermusik und als Schöpfer groß angelegter sinfonischer Dichtungen.

Il Messaggero

Sofia Coppola, da Roma a Tokyo: lost in Traviata

«La musica travolgente, i costumi che sono opere d’arte, l’eleganza italiana per raccontare una storia così passionale. Credo che anche il Giappone sarà stordito da Violetta, perso per questa eroina verdiana, così come lo sono stata io».

 

 

‘It’s nice to have people expect more from you’ … conductor James Rose, centre, with members of BSO Resound, an ensemble of disabled musicians. (c) Graeme Robertson for the Guardian

(Written on August 22, 2018 )

In today’s news: India’s Carnatic musicians threatened over Christian hymns. Musicians honoured at Welsh Music Guild ceremony. 9 well-known left-handed classical musicians – how do they play backwards?! Madonna at 60: a colourful career in pictures. At the Tubax Festival musicians from all over Europe come together. Simon Rattle warns about the situation of the Venezuelan System of Orchestras created by Abreu. Andrew Joon Choi wins Neeme Järvi Prize 2018.

BBC News

India’s Carnatic musicians threatened over Christian hymns

Carnatic musicians in the southern Indian city of Chennai have often been accused of being elitist and upper caste.

Rhinegold

Musicians honoured at Welsh Music Guild ceremony

The Welsh Music Guild held its annual awards ceremony at the opening weekend of the National Eisteddfod.

Classic FM

9 left-handed classical musicians

Left-handed composers and musicians are few and far between, but we’ve found the most notable ones.

BBC News

Madonna at 60: A colourful career in pictures

Celebrated pop star, actress, director and writer Madonna celebrates her 60th birthday on Thursday.

Der Tagesspiegel

Der Nationalsozialismus und die Oper

Meister aus Deutschland.

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Wer erzeugt die tiefsten Töne?

Beim Tubax-Festival im Klangbüro kommen Musiker aus ganz Europa zusammen.

neue musikzeitung

Preis der Deutschen Schallplattenkritik: die Bestenliste 3/2018 ist erschienen

Der Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik (PdSK e.V.) veröffentlicht die dritte Vierteljahresliste 2018. 157 Juroren aus Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz sichteten die Neuveröffentlichungen des Tonträgermarktes im dritten Quartal.

El País

Simon Rattle: “Cada vez que escucho lo que ocurre en Venezuela quiero llorar”

El gran director de orquesta alerta sobre la situación del Sistema de Orquestas venezolano creado por Abreu mientras triunfa con la London Symphony en Santander.

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Andrew Joon Choi wins Neeme Järvi Prize 2018

At the Gstaad Festival in Switzerland, American conductor Andrew Joon Choi has won this year’s Neeme Järvi Prize.

 

(c) Getty Images. BBC News.

(Written on August 16, 2018 )

In today’s news: Ticketmaster shutters secondary ticketing sites Get Me In! and Seatwave. Nominate for the 2019 Music Teacher Awards for Excellence. Performers of Edinburgh finale revealed. New releases: James Horner – The Classics, Chouchane Siranossian – In Time. In Berlins Jewish Museum Comics are made into classical music. How a young generation of opera lovers uses social media. Another artist has cancelled its appearance at this years Ruhrtriennale. The finalists for the IFAC Australian Singing Competition have been announced.

Music Week

Ticketmaster shutters secondary ticketing sites Get Me In! and Seatwave

Ticketmaster has announced the closure of its resale sites in an effort to stamp out inflated prices online by touts.

Music and Drama Education Expo- A Rhinegold event

Nominate for the 2019 Music Teacher Awards for Excellence

Nominations are now open for next year’s Music Teacher Awards for Excellence, taking place on 6 March 2019 at the Sheraton Grand London Park Lane Hotel, Mayfair.

Rhinegold

Performers of Edinburgh finale revealed

Tenor Nicky Spence and soprano Lucy Crowe will perform songs from Bernstein’s West Side Story at the closing event of the festival on 27 August.

Classic FM

New releases: James Horner – The Classics, Chouchane Siranossian – In Time

Throughout the week Classic FM’s presenters bring you the best new recordings, including world exclusives and premiere broadcasts of latest releases.

Limelight

Finalists announced for the IFAC HANDA Australian Singing Competition 

The finalists for the 2018 IFAC Handa Australia Singing Competition have been announced. The five hopefuls were chosen from 11 young singers hoping to progress to the next round and win the premier award on offer, the Marianne Mathy Scholarship valued at $30,000.

FAZ

In jedem Bild steckt ein Klang

Im dunklen Saal der W. Michael Blumenthal Akademie des Jüdischen Museums Berlin ist eine einfache Leinwand heruntergezogen. Daneben steht ein Flügel. Kaum vorstellbar ist, dass mit so bescheidenen Mitteln Kunst zum Leben erwacht, die unbeteiligte Zuschauer in ihren Bann ziehen kann.

Tagesspiegel

Verdi auf Instagram

Die U-Bahn ist überfüllt. Hunderte sind unterwegs zum Konzert der Rolling Stones im Olympiastadion. Viele von ihnen sind sichtbar mit der Band gealtert. Zwei ziemlich junge Leute dagegen steigen schon an der Station „Deutsche Oper“ aus.

Welt

Ruhrtriennale: Auftritt Istanbuler Musik-Gruppe abgesagt

Zwei Tage vor dem geplanten Auftritt haben die Musiker des Istanbuler Hezarfen Ensembles ihr Konzert auf dem Kulturfestival Ruhrtriennale abgesagt.

 

(c) Beth Chalmers

(Written on August 14, 2018 )

In today’s classical news: Sound and Music is marking International Women’s Day 2017 with a week of activities promoting female composers. An uncredited sonata by Fanny Mendelssohn will be performed under her name for the first time on International Women’s Day. Cuba celebrates women percussionists at this year’s International Drum Festival, and Margo Price, Vagabon, Fatima Al Qadiri discuss the International Day of Action. American Feminist Susan Bordo discusses International Women’s Day Campaigns, GEMA honors Russian composer Sofia Gubaidulina. Along with the 18 women composers you should know, and how operas are trying to increase diversity in their audiences.

M Magazine

Sound and Music Launches International Women’s Day Intervention

Sound and Music is marking International Women’s Day 2017 with a week of activity aimed at opening up the debate and championing female composers.

Yes She Can To Promote Music Industry Gender Equality

Night czar Amy Lamé and Help Musician’s Richard Robinson will be among the speakers at Yes She Can, a new event aimed at promoting greater gender equality in the music industry.

Belated premiere for Fanny Mendelssohn

A sonata by Fanny Mendelssohn, which was mistakenly attributed to her more famous brother Felix, will be performed under her name for the first time on International Women’s Day.

ZEIT ONLINE

Ein guter Tag ohne Frauen?

Nichts ist nur ein Frauenthema. Gleichzeitig ist alles ein Frauenthema

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Gema ehrt Gubaidulina

Für die Gema ist die russische Komponistin Sofia Gubaidulina eine “große Mystikerin” der zeitgenössischen klassischen Musik.

concerti

Einblicke in die Kunst der Huzulen

In München bringt die ukrainische Dirigentin Oksana Lyniv dem Publikum den überdimensionalen Klang ihres Heimatlandes näher

WXQR

18 Women Composers You Should Know

March is home to both Women’s History month and International Women’s Day.

npr music

In Pursuit Of A More Diverse Night At The Opera

Symphony orchestras and opera companies across the country continually ask the same question: How do we attract a younger and more diverse audience?

Twitter

Music History@today_classical in 1903 Birth of English , pianist, and conductor, Avril -Taylor.

BBC Radio 3@BBCRdio3 Today is International Women’s Day! We’re celebrating by playing only music by women composers all day.

Women’s Day  So many great events lined up globally like WOW Festival in London More events at

Londonist  Lots of events celebrating and more going on in London on Wednesday

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(Written on March 8, 2017 )

In today’s news: a work by Thomas Tallis that is performed by Alamire, and Techstars Music reveal its inaugural class of startups. Also, an obituary to conductor Stanlisław Skrowaczewski, a portrait of Chinese pianist Ran Jia, and will Cologne’s opera meet the deadline for its planned opening date? The 15th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, which takes place every four years, and The National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine which performs at Mayo Performing Arts Center.

Classical Music Magazine

Tallis work to receive first performance in over 450 years

Alamire is to perform a work by Thomas Tallis which has not been heard for over 450 years as part of its concert at St John’s Smith Square on 14 April.

Manchester News

Should Manchester have a music museum? How to get tickets for the Manchester Music Legacies Centre debate

Industry experts want your ideas on how to celebrate Manchester’s music scene.

Der Tagesspiegel

Zum Tod von Stanlisław Skrowaczewski- Ein Leben mit Bruckner

Lange hat es gedauert, bis Stanlisław Skrowaczewski auch in Europa als großer Dirigent anerkannt war. Jetzt ist er mit 93 Jahren in den USA gestorben, die ihm zur Heimat geworden waren

klassik.com

Oper Köln: Weitere Verzögerung der Wiedereröffnung?

Die Wiedereröffnung der Kölner Oper nach der seit mehreren Jahren stattfindenden Sanierung könnte sich weiter verzögern

concerti

Das Herz auf dem Tisch

Ihre große Liebe hat die Pianistin Ran Jia schon sehr früh entdeckt: Franz Schubert. Seinetwegen zog sie sogar nach Europa.

npr music

Among Pianists In Moscow, An Abiding Love For A Show-Stealing American

The 15th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, which takes place every four years, begins later this spring in Fort Worth, Texas

broadwayworld.com

National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine to Perform at Mayo Center This February

The National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine performs at Mayo Performing Arts Center on Thursday, February 23, 2017

The New York Times

A Chelsea Manning-WikiLeaks Opera, Seen in a New Light

When you make art about current events, there’s a catch: Events change.

Forbes

Techstars Music Reveals Inaugural Class Of 11 Startups

Techstars Music revealed the inaugural class of startups for its brand-new program.

Twitter

Music History @today_classical in 1903 Death of German composer and Friedrich

Classic FM @ClassicFM Check out the for all the best classical music, as voted for by you! Join now

 

Conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski (picture alliance _ dpa _ Hermann-Josef Wöstmann)

Conductor Stanislaw Skrowaczewski (picture alliance _ dpa _ Hermann-Josef Wöstmann)

(Written on February 23, 2017 )

WildKat PR is happy to announce that we are now working with conductor Alan Tongue and his new project Mozart In The Afternoon.

Alan Tongue is a conductor and musicologist who studied with Sergiu Celibidache,worked for the BBC, and later built his career around the world, from Eastern Europe to South America and the United States.

In 2007, he came across Vaughan Williams’ exercise for the Cambridge D. Mus in the University Library in Cambridge. He took the challenge to transcribe it, leading to the birth of critically-acclaimed project A Cambridge MassThe world premiere took place at the Fairfield Halls in Croydon, with the Bach Choir and New Queen’s Hall Orchestra, before being performed in London and the US.

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Alan is now back to London and is preparing for his upcoming project: Mozart In The Afternoon. The programme is as follows:

  • Divertimento in F, K. 138
  • Piano Concerto No. 13 in C, K. 415
  • Symphony No. 41 in C, K. 551 ‘The Jupiter’

Alan will conduct newly-founded The Beecham Orchestra, with pianist Iain Farrington (who performed at the 2012 London Olympic Games and composed music for the BBC Proms) and violinist Rick Friedman (co-leader and first violin of the Birmingham Royal Ballet).

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With its unusual timing of 2:30pm, the concert will benefit all sorts of audiences, offering a break from the busy city after lunch, and before the evening’s darkness: the perfect daytime activity.

Mozart In The Afternoon – Tuesday 4th April – 2.30PM

Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, London SW1X 9DQ

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(Written on February 20, 2017 )

Classical News

In today’s news, violinist Nicola Benedetti treats classical music like broccoli, The Catskill High Peaks Festival brings together renowned musicians, pedagogues and international students, and The New York Times reports on an orchestral concert to benefit the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, the international competition “Das Lied” will be held in Heidelberg in 2017, and the BBC Proms joins forces with 59 Productions and cellist Sol Gabetta to create a new film.

The Telegraph

Nicola Benedetti: Treat classical music like broccoli

The establishment has spent years trying to make classical music cool, enticing a new generation with a series of well-meaning projects. But the solution to teaching children to love classical music could be much simpler: sit them down and make them listen.

The Times

They can be Heroes, just for one Prom

The musicians Marc Almond, John Cale and Laura Mvula are to lead a tribute to David Bowie at a late-night Prom.

Classical Music Magazine

BBC Proms mark cello focus with short film

The BBC Proms has joined forces with 59 Productions and cellist Sol Gabetta to create a new film.

Broadwayworld

Bridge Street Theatre to Host Catskill High Peaks Festival’s „Music from High Peaks“

Renowned faculty and international rising young artists from the Catskill High Peaks Festival fill Bridge Street Theatre’s newly refurbished performance space with an exuberant display of virtuosity and talent.

The New York Times

For Black Lives Matter, Classical Music Steps In

In the wake of last week’s shootings, an orchestral concert to benefit the Black Lives Matter movement, scheduled for Wednesday night at the Cooper Union, has become tragically timely.

The Washington Post

Songwriting team hopes to soon have its Cinderella moment at the Broadway ball

The musical theater writing duo of Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler would like to clear up a common misconception about their most popular song: “Taylor the Latte Boy” is not an anthem of unrequited love.

The Strad

5 ways to improve playing in thirds

Tips for hand position, bow distribution and intonation from The Strad Archive.

Klassik heute

Bund fördert Barenboim-Said Aklademie

Die Staatsministerin für Kultur und Medien, Monika Grütters, fördert den Bau der Barenboim-Said Akademie für junge Musiker aus dem Nahen Osten mit 20 Millionen Euro. Auch die Betriebskosten sollen künftig vom Bund aus dem Haushalt der Kulturstaatsministerin finanziert werden.

Internationaler Wettbewerb “Das Lied” ab 2017 in Heidelberg

Der 2009 von Gesangslegende Thomas Quasthoff ins Leben gerufene Internationale Wettbewerb „Das Lied“ findet vom 28. Februar bis zum 4. März 2017 erstmals in Heidelberg statt.

klassikinfo.de

Harte Zeiten für Bayreuth-Besucher

Das Bayreuther Festspielhaus verfügt über die vermutlich unbequemsten Opernsitze der Welt. Fünf Stunden Wagner werden hier schnell zu einer Herausforderung für Rücken und Beine, selbst für ausgesprochene Fans des Meisters.

Twitter

Top Classical News @topcmnews Facing the music: Richard Tognetti

klassik.com @klassikcom Strenge Vorgaben für Zuschauer der Bayreuther Festspiele

neue musikzeitung @musikzeitung 7548 Musiker versuchen als ein den Rekord: Frankfurt/Main – Klassische

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Nicola Benedetti photographed at the University of Edinburgh. Credit: Getty

(Written on July 11, 2016 )

Classical News

The winners of the Menuhin competition, pianist Eoín Fleming has been awarded with The 2016 Catherine Judge Memorial Award & the BBC Radio Ulster School Choir Of The Year competition names North Ireland’s top school choirs.

The Guardian

Menuhin competition: young talent and hints of greatness to come

The gala concert that closed the biennial competition showcased the prodigious talents of the two winners, while Julia Fischer – a previous winner – gave a glorious performance of Bartók’s first concerto.

Classical Music Magazine

Winner of Catherine Judge Memorial Award announced

The 2016 Catherine Judge Memorial Award has been awarded to pianist Eoín Fleming. Fleming received the award following his performance of Chopin’s E-flat nocturne and the third movement of Rachmaninov’s second sonata on 16 April in the Great Hall at Queen’s University, Belfast.

Northern Ireland’s top school choirs named

The choirs of Dalriada School, Ballymoney and St Patrick’s Primary School, Rathfriland have been announced as the winners of the BBC Radio Ulster School Choir Of The Year competition.

The Strad 

Documentary charts friendship between Holocaust survivor and schoolgirl through donated violin

A new documentary has premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival detailing the friendship between a 93-year-old survivor of the Holocaust and a 14-year-old schoolgirl from the Bronx, brought together by a violin.

Music Week

Sony/ATV inks multi-territory European deal with SoundCloud

Just over two weeks after subscription service SoundCloud Go was launched in the US, the platform has signed a critical, multi-territory European licensing agreement with publishing giant Sony/ATV Music.

SFCV

In Memoriam: Brian Asawa, 1966-2016

One of the most explosive talents ever to come out of San Francisco Opera’s Merola and Adler programs, countertenor Brian Asawa had an illustrious — if at times troubled  — career in opera and recitals around the world. He died on Monday after a long, unidentified illness; he was 49 years old.

Reuters

Afghan teenager braves threats, family pressure to lead women’s orchestra

Like many teenagers, 19-year-old Negin Khpalwak from Kunar in eastern Afghanistan loves music, but few people of her age have battled as fiercely to pursue their passion in the face of family hostility and threats.

Pizzicato 

Christoph-Mathias Mueller verlässt Göttinger Symphonie-Orchester 2018

Der Generalmusikdirektor des Göttinger Symphonie Orchesters, Christoph-Mathias Mueller (49) will seinen im Sommer 2018 auslaufenden Vertrag nicht verlängern.

klassik.com 

Pulitzer Preis für Komponist Henry Threadgill

Der Amerikaner Henry Threadgill ist Träger des Pulitzer-Preises im Bereich Komposition. Der Saxophonist und Flötist erhält die Auszeichnung für seine Aufnahme “In for a Penny, In for a Pound”.

Musik heute

hr-Sinfonieorchester: Orozco-Estrada bleibt bis 2021

Das hr-Sinfonieorchester hat seinen Vertrag mit Chefdirigent Andrés Orozco-Estrada bis 2021 verlängert.

Twitter

BBC Radio 3 @BBCRadio3 Exploring music where voices & instruments are on an equal footing in both Stravinsky & Gabrieli #

Top Classical News @topcmnews Classical music should be appreciated more – Daily Trojan Online

BR_Klassik @BR_KLASSIK # Der große Geiger und Pädagoge ist heute unser “Klassik-Star”, ab 18:05

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Photograph: Rhinegold Publishing

(Written on April 19, 2016 )

Caterina Grewe is not only an uprising star within the classical music world, she also has an interesting multicultural background and a remarkable perception of the music industry.

Ahead of the release on 21 April 2016 of her debut solo piano album “Schumann” featuring works by Schumann, we met with her for a chat during a practice session.

 

(Written on April 18, 2016 )

Classical News

In our news today, the media mourns the record producer Sir George Martin after his death at the age of 90 and cellist Julian Lloyd Webber maintains that the Royal Festival Hall is a great concert hall.  In France, four opera houses decide to join forces and in Germany the Vogtland hopes to attract more visitors to the region through its musical traditions.

Guardian

Cellist Julian Lloyd Webber defends Royal Festival Hall

Julian Lloyd Webber is the first to agree that the Royal Festival Hall’s acoustics are far from perfect – but that doesn’t stop it from being a great concert hall

Independent

Beatles classic ‘When I’m Sixty Four’ could cause health problems

Study says tracks with negative lyrics about growing old can affect the confidence of people later in life

BBC Entertainment and Arts

Obituary: Sir George Martin

Record producer Sir George Martin, known as the “fifth Beatle”, has died, aged 90.

Die Zeit 

Beatles-Produzent George Martin gestorben

George Martin war als “fünfter Beatle” maßgeblich am Aufstieg der Band zu Weltstars beteiligt. Der britische Musikproduzent starb im Alter von 90 Jahren

Klassik.com

Französische Nationalbibliothek erwirbt verschollen geglaubten Berlioz-Klavierauszug

Die Bibliothèque nationale de France hat ein umfangreiches Manuskript von Hector Berlioz erworben. Es handelt sich um das Manuskript des Klavierauszugs von Berlioz‘ Oper “Les Troyens”

NMZ

Vogtland will mit Musiktradition mehr Gäste anlocken

Im vogtländischen Musikwinkel in Markneukirchen soll eine neue Schauwerkstatt für Blechblasinstrumente mehr internationale Gäste anlocken

Washington Post

Jordi Savall wakes an early-music instrument from a long sleep

The viola da gamba, Jordi Savall said, “started a long sleep” around 1800, when the instrument fell out of widespread favor

France Musique

Les quatre maisons d’opéra du Grand Est mutualisent leurs forces

Alors que vient de se créer la nouvelle grande région Alsace Champagne-Ardenne Lorraine, les quatre maisons d’opéra du territoire ont décidé de se rapprocher

Classical Music on Twitter

The Economist: @TheEconomist Sir George Martin, the “Fifth Beatle”, has died. He was instrumental in shaping their music

Classical Music: @ClassicalMusic_ .@ClarinetEmmaJ has become the first woman to have her portrait unveiled at

Classical Diary:  Producer for the , Sir George Martin was also a composer & conductor who worked for the BBC’s classical music department & EMI.

Music History: @today_classical  in 1748 FP of ’s oratorio Joshua at the Covent Garden, London.

 

Joel Ryan / BBC

Joel Ryan / BBC

 

(Written on March 9, 2016 )