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In today’s news, Wigmore Hall announces first schools concert live stream, the Royal College of Music hosts inaugural Double Bass Festival, and crisis has struck two of America’s great orchestras. Also, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra performs in New York, and Weill centre welcomes classical music with a twist.

Classical Music Magazine

Wigmore Hall announces first schools concert live stream

Wigmore Hall has announced its first schools concert live stream. The event will see Ensemble 360 and narrator Polly Ives present a musical retelling of Giles Andreae’s book Sir Scallywag and the Battle of Stinky Bottom.

RCM to host inaugural Double Bass Festival

The inaugural Royal College of Music International Double Bass Festival will take place on 16 October. Bassists from around the world will gather for a day of masterclasses, seminars, coaching sessions and performances.

The Telegraph

Greedy bosses and musicians on strike – the crisis engulfing classical music

Crisis has struck two of America’s great orchestras. One is the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, which faces a deficit of $11 million and pension black hole due to rock-bottom interest rates.

The New York Times

St. Paul Chamber Orchestra Comes to New York

The excellent St. Paul Chamber Orchestra ensemble makes an overdue visit to New York at the 92nd Street Y, presenting works by George Tsontakis and Mozart.

Sheboygan Press

Weill centre welcomes classical music with a twist

Toronto’s Art of Time Ensemble, led by internationally renowned concert pianist and artistic director Andrew Burashko, will be reimagining the Beatles’ groundbreaking “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” album when it takes the stage at the Stefanie H. Weill Center for the Performing Arts next Thursday, Oct. 13.


Watch: This Beethoven Remix Ad by Intel Blows Our Minds

Classical music remixes have been used in advertising to great effect this year. Intel spent a year creating a spot called “Experience Amazing” featuring Beethoven’s 5th Symphony … but with sweet, sweet twist.


Disse talentene lever ut musikerdrømmen sammen med Norges fremste orkestermusikere

Klassisk musikk er selve livet. Nå får 80 utvalgte talenter spille side om side med Oslo-Filharmonien.

RBB Kulturradio

Orchester sucht polnische Musiker

Das Brandenburgische Staatsorchester Frankfurt will seine grenzüberschreitende Arbeit ausweiten. Im Rahmen eines Education-Projekts bringen mehrere Hundert Schüler aus der Region unter Anleitung des Orchesters Inszenierungen auf die Bühne.

Der Tagesspiegel

Gedenktafel für David Bowie hängt wieder

In Schöneberg hängt wieder die Gedenktafel für David Bowie. Mit einem neuen Verfahren soll verhindert werden, dass Diebe diese entfernen.

Historische Ladekräne kommen zurück zur Elbphilharmonie

An der Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg werden drei historische Ladekräne, die lange Jahre Teil des Kaispeichers A waren, wieder aufgestellt. Die drei Halbportalkräne werden künftig das Bild der Elbphilharmonie vervollständigen.


International Piano @IP_mag Nearly time for – don’t miss out and book your tickets here

neue musikzeitung @musikzeitung Neue jetzt auch im Netz. Schwerpunktthema: Frauen-Quote und Frauen im Kulturleben. Barbara Haacks Leitartikel:

NDR Kultur @ndrkultur Herhören – heute wird der Deutsche in Hamburg verliehen:


Wigmore Hall. Photo credit: Benjamin Ealovega

(Written on October 6, 2016 )

Classical News

In our news today, arts organisations commit to address their gender imbalances, Humber Bridge becomes sound installation for Hull 2017, and the Canadian International Organ Competition’s 2016 festival will take place in October. Also, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra appoints new guest conductors.

Classical Music Magazine

Arts organisations pledge to address gender imbalances

A number of performing arts companies have committed to address their gender imbalances. The Royal Opera House and Mahogany Opera Group were among those to participate in Tonic’s Advance programme.

Humber Bridge to become sound installation for Hull 2017

A new commission from Opera North will turn the Humber Bridge into a sound installation for Hull UK City of Culture 2017. Ten Worlds upon Humber Bridge will mix music by artists Arve Henriksen, Jan Bang and Eivind Aarset with recordings of the Chorus and Orchestra of Opera North, and field recordings made at the bridge itself.

CIOC Festival 2016

The Canadian International Organ Competition’s 2016 festival will take place 2-30 October. The event will celebrate a variety of Montreal pipe organs through concert broadcasts, guided tours of churches and historical organs, an event for children, and a film screening.

Edmonton Journal

Edmonton classical audiences treated to South American music

The Edmonton Accordion Society held their annual three-day Extravaganza. The University of Alberta presented a recital of contemporary Brazilian music at Convocation Hall.

BBC News

Sydney Opera House: How to fix an Australian icon

No other piece of architecture epitomises Australia so well. Now plans have been unveiled for its largest renovations ever, begging the question: how do you upgrade one of the most iconic structures in the world?

The Korea Times

Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra appoints new guest conductors

The new members are Thierry Fischer, principal guest conductor, and Markus Stenz, conductor-in-residence, who will begin their terms in January next year on a three-year contract.


Italian Maestro Ludovico Einaudi Tours his Latest Album ELEMENTS this February

Chart-topping Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi returns to Australia with his band in February 2017 to tour his highly anticipated release Elements.

Dirigent Johannes Braun mit Ernst-von-Schuch-Preis ausgezeichnet

Der Dirigent Johannes Braun hat den Ernst-von-Schuch-Preis erhalten. Die Auszeichnung wurde in diesem Jahr zum dritten Mal verliehen und ist mit 2.000 Euro dotiert.

Klassik heute

Internationaler Meisterkurs für Gesang mit Graham Johnson

Der renommierte britische Pianist und Liedbegleiter Graham Johnson ist erstmals zu Gast an der Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler Berlin und gibt ab dem 4. Oktober einen fünftägigen öffentlichen Meisterkurs.

RBB Kulturradio

Bund fördert Sanierung von Orgeln

National bedeutsame Orgeln sollen mit fünf Millionen aus zusätzlichen Bundesmitteln saniert und modernisiert werden.

Twitter @cmuseorg Try songs on the harpsichord, viola and cello @klassikcom Robert--Preis der Stadt Zwickau für Heinz

neue musikzeitung @musikzeitung Kleiner für und


Arve Henriksen and Jan Bang in a recording session at Opera North. Photo credit: Danny Payne

(Written on September 26, 2016 )

WildKat PR is delighted to share news of our continuing collaboration with pianist Sunwook Kim.

Sunwook Kim is a South Korean pianist living in London. He came to international recognition aged just eighteen, when he won the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition in 2006, becoming the youngest winner for 40 years. Since then, he has established a reputation as one of the finest pianists of his generation, appearing as a concerto soloist in the subscription series of some of the world’s leading orchestras, including the London Symphony Orchestra (John Eliot Gardiner, Daniel Harding), Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra (Marek Janowski), and Tokyo Philharmonic.  


WildKat PR has worked with label Accentus Music for over 5 years. Earlier in 2016, we were asked to promote Sunwook’s second solo album (Franck & Brahms), released on Accentus Music, which was praised for its ‘pristine clarity’ and ‘emotional resonance’ (Gramophone, March 17, 2016). We also launched his Facebook page, and continue to manage his social media channels.  

This time around, we are looking forward to promoting Sunwook’s upcoming solo recital in London’s Wigmore Hall on Tuesday 25th October.  His erudite approach to programming will be reflected in works by Mozart, Schubert and Beethoven, charting artistic creativity in Vienna from the arrival of Mozart to the death of Schubert.

At the moment Sunwook is on tour in Japan and South Korea, and prior to his Wigmore recital will perform Tchaikovsky’s 1st Piano Concerto with the Bournemouth Symphony. Keep up to date with all of Sunwook’s news through his Facebook, Twitter, and website.

(Written on September 5, 2016 )

Leonie Rettig is one of the most interesting young pianists of her generation. The twenty-five-year-old pianist offers persuasive and profound interpretations of a wide variety of musical styles. Her extensive repertoire includes works ranging from Domenico Scarlatti to Henry Dutilleux, with the compositions of the Romantic era playing an integral role in her work.

»We experienced a creative miracle […]. Right from the first notes of Liszt’s B minor Sonata the audience was on the edge of their seats. It was as if Leonie Rettig began to read a long pianistic novel […].Following on from last year’s Liszt bicentenary, Leonie Rettig had delivered such an overwhelming masterpiece that it was some moments before the applause began. (Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung, 28.2.2013)

Schneider Photography

Leonie Rettig © Schneider Photography

Leonie Rettig has won several prizes at national competitions, the International Piano Competition Nikolaï Rubinstein in Paris at the tender age of 12, among others. She has played with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, the Symphony Nova Scotia and at prestigious festivals like the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival and the International Chamber Music festival at Viana do Castelo.

In the 2016/2017 season Leonie will make her Swedish debut with the Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, performing Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini. Further recitals will take her to the USA and Canada, as well as to Germany, Switzerland and Austria. WildKat PR looks very much forward to introducing Leonie to artist managers with the aim of securing a partnership.

(Written on August 12, 2016 )

After having previously worked with Kimiko Ishizaka on her Goldberg Variations project, WildKat PR are delighted to welcome back this talented pianist.

A gifted and obviously devoted Bachian” (James R. Oestreich, New York Times), Kimiko Ishizaka has composed her own completion to Bach’s unfinished masterpiece, Die Kunst der Fuge. In September Kimiko will be performing the London premiere at St. John’s Smith Square, with a pre-concert discussion of her completion with composer Robert Hugill.


In 2012 Kimiko Ishizaka received worldwide attention and recognition for her innovative recording of Bach’s “Goldberg Variations”, a project that was financed by her fans using the crowdfunding website, and which Ishizaka released directly into the Public Domain in a desire to make Bach accessible to as many people as possible. As a result, her recording of the Goldberg Variations is the most visible recording of this work on the internet today.

A similar fan funding campaign led to her 2015 release of Bach’s “Well-Tempered Clavier” which has been praised by multiple reviewers as their favourite interpretation of the work ever. This album was also a great commercial success – a significant fact in the face of ever-declining record sales – having occupied the #1 sales position on both and upon its release.


Kimiko Ishizaka attains her unique Bach style through meticulous coupling of articulation to fugal structure, complete abstinence of the sustaining pedal, and many hours of practice in total darkness. Kimiko is passionate about sharing personal and unique ideas and interpretations that are truly her own, consciously refraining from listening to other artists’ recordings.

Apart from her rigorous efforts towards interpreting the music of J.S. Bach, Kimiko is also passionate about the music of Frédérick Chopin, and about competitive weight lifting.

Keep up to date with news from the Kimiko through her websiteYouTube, Facebook and, as always, through the WildKat PR blog.

(Written on August 1, 2016 )

Classical News

In our news today, Beethoven as most popular composer, Karina Canellakis wins Solti award, the David Bowie memorial concert to be streamed via Skype for charity & The New York Times gives an insight into Metropolitan Opera.

The New York Times

A Night (and Many Days) Backstage at the Metropolitan Opera

Behind its facade of white travertine and auditorium of red velvet and gold leaf, the Metropolitan Opera is essentially a factory.


Beethoven overtakes Mozart as most popular composer in new poll

A new listener’s poll conducted by Classic FM has Beethoven besting Mozart as the most popular composer. The classical music station’s annual poll results have historically had Mozart in the top position.

Music Week

SoundCloud launches subscription service, SoundCloud Go, in the US

SoundCloud has unveiled SoundCloud Go, a subscription service that offers an “additional layer of music and supporting features, created to complement and enhance the existing” SoundCloud experience.

Classical Music Magazine

Karina Canellakis wins Solti Award

Karina Canellakis has won the $25,000 (£17,500) Sir Georg Solti Conducting Award.

Classical Music Magazine

Orchestre National de Lille appoints Alexandre Bloch as music director

The Orchestre National de Lille has named Alexandre Bloch as its next music director. He will take up the position at the start of the 2016/17 season, succeeding the orchestra’s founding conductor Jean-Claude Casadesus.

BBC News

David Bowie memorial concert streamed live for charity

A David Bowie memorial concert will be streamed live internationally in exchange for charitable donations, organisers have said. Due to “unprecedented interest” promoters have teamed up with Skype, so that fans, in exchange for a minimum donation of £15, can watch the event.

Zeit Online

US-Jazzkomponist mit 84 Jahren gestorben

Der US-amerikanische Jazzmusiker David Baker ist tot. In seinem langen Musikerleben komponierte er mehr als 2.000 Stücke.

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Souveräner Mr. Swing

Jazz und Swing waren seine Markenzeichen, an denen er gegen den Zeitgeist festhielt – mit Erfolg. Zum Tode von Roger Cicero, der viel zu früh starb.

Der Tagesspiegel

Flimm: “Staatsoper ab Herbst 2017 wieder Unter den Linden”

Kaum sind die Festtage vorbei, geht’s sofort weiter: Daniel Barenboim und Jürgen Flimm haben die Pläne der Berliner Staatsoper für die kommende Spielzeit vorgestellt.


Toujours déficitaire, Pandora rappelle son fondateur à la rescousse

A la recherche d’un second souffle, Pandora change de patron. Lundi 28 mars, le service américain de streaming musical a remercié Brian McAndrews, qui occupait le poste de directeur général depuis deux ans et demi.


Rita Sala, il ricordo di Riccardo Muti: «Quei nostri dialoghi dominati dalla meraviglia»

La notizia della morte di Rita mi è giunta all’improvviso e assolutamente inaspettata.

El Mundo

Música contemporánea: no muerde

El compositor Tomás Marco inicia hoy una serie de conferencias dirigidas a acercar a la música de los siglos XX y XXI al público general, es decir, interesado pero no experto en la materia.


BBC Radio 3 @BBCRadio3: We’re heading back to the late Classical era for Music in Time, with Beethoven’s Missa solemnis #

Classic FM @ClassicFM: Coming up shortly @ gives a first play to the stunning # soundtrack: @klassikcom: Osterfestspiele Salzburg 2016 mit erfolgreicher Bilanz # #

Wildkat PR Metropolitan Opera

A rehearsal at the Metropolitan Opera of the new production of “Roberto Devereux” by Donizetti. Photograph: James Estrin/The New York Times

(Written on March 30, 2016 )

The live streaming of operas has really taken off and this week Wigmore Hall  announced that it’s first online streamed event will take place on 28 January.  Opera Platform has partnerships with 15 theatres across Europe and Cultural broadcaster ARTE links the opera houses with the platform, offering subtitles in six languages. According to The Strad  up to one Wigmore Hall concert a month might be made available online and free of charge.

Wigmore Hall/ The Strad

Wigmore Hall/ The Strad

Streaming live operas and concerts is a great idea but is it the way forward for classical music and opera in terms of expanding audiences and benefiting the companies? The option of seeing opera at the cinema probably suits older audiences in many ways; in the cinema one faces the screen avoiding craning necks and the majority of people live closer to a cinema than to a theatre. Indeed, hotel and travel costs to a concert/opera (particularly in London) can amount to more than the price of the tickets themselves. Furthermore cinema and online audiences need not feel pressured to dress up.

Another advantage of concert/opera streaming is that we get to see the performers close up and focus on every detail including their facial expressions. Perhaps this makes it harder for the performers as they can be scrutinised more closely than they are in the theatre, forcing them to pay even greater attention to their acting (in the case of opera). Live streaming offers the audience many different views of the stage and backstage interviews during the interval are another bonus.

Berlin Philharmoniker's 'digital concert hall', offers 40 live-streams every year. A screenshot from their trailer

Berlin Philharmoniker‘s ‘digital concert hall’, offers 40 live-streams every year. A screenshot from their trailer

The New York Met’s Live in Schools programme brings opera productions to students through screenings at their local cinemas. Educator guides and classroom resources are also on offer, The Met aims to “make opera first accessible, then thrilling, to their students.” Might British opera companies and concert halls follow this lead? 

Whilst Wigmore Hall‘s online concert streams will be free, cinema screenings of opera certainly make financial sense for the companies, as tickets cost much the same as the cheapest seats at theatres.  The local cinema lacks the glamour and excitement of Royal Opera House but it’s probably more practical. One might ask whether the option of seeing an opera or concert at the cinema or online decreases the number attending the actual performance. However the two are completely different experiences and one cannot replace the other. The possibility of going to a cinema screening or streaming a concert online is an extra, yet very worthwhile experience. Certainly Wigmore Hall‘s ‘digital concert hall’ will make their concerts very accessible worldwide and no doubt performances from Berlin’s Armida Quartet, soprano Anna Lucia Richter with pianist Michael Gees, and baritone Andrè Schuen with pianist Daniel Heide on 28 January will attract large online audiences.




(Written on January 15, 2016 )

In September at a concert in Turin, lead singer of U2, Bono called for “humanitarian leadership” in response to Europe’s refugee crisis. Whilst Europe’s leaders have been discussing solutions; musicians have also made a concerted effort to raise awareness of the plight of refugees and to give them some pleasure through music.

It was unfortunate that in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris this November, Spanish viol player and conductor Jordi Savall had to make the decision to postpone a concert. He was due to perform at the ‘Calais Together’ event with his ensemble Hespèrion XXI on 17th December at the refugee camp in Calais. His safety and the safety of his musicians couldn’t be guaranteed amid fears of unrest, however the event will take place by the Spring.

The Yehudi Menuhin School is also due to perform for refugees in Calais. On 20th January students and staff will work with volunteers at the ‘Jungle’ to distribute food parcels before performing a concert for around 6,000 refugees. The school hopes that it won’t just be a one off event and that they will return to Calais. The project is very much in line with Menuhin’s vision of the relationship the school should have with the outside world.

Yehudi Menuhin/ Yehudi Menuhin School "The violin, through the serene clarity of its song, helps to keep our bearings in the storm, as a light in the night, a compass in the tempest, it shows us a way to a haven of sincerity and respect."

Yehudi Menuhin/ Yehudi Menuhin School
“The violin, through the serene clarity of its song, helps to keep our bearings in the storm, as a light in the night, a compass in the tempest, it shows us a way to a haven of sincerity and respect.”

In October a demonstration and concert took place in Vienna to show solidarity with refugees in Europe, it featured the German punk band ‘Die Toten Hosen’, ‘Conchita Wurst’ and a speech by Austrian President Heinz Fischer. In London this November, Paloma Faith joined forces with Peace for a concert to raise money for Help Refugees; these are just two concerts among many throughout Europe. Rap singer M.I.A. released a track ‘Borders’, which charts the journey of refugees across Europe and criticises governments for not doing enough.

Perhaps the most extraordinary case of music raising awareness of the refugee crisis, is Syrian rock band Khebez Dawle, who made their journey from Lebanon to Germany fun by performing gigs along the way. Syria offered the group no hope of a career in music so they sold their instruments to pay smugglers to get them across the Mediterranean. Through their music, they aim to tell the stories of desperate migrants looking for refuge.

Khebez Dawle/ Yahoo

Khebez Dawle/ Yahoo

These musicians are aware of the power of their music and the hope and comfort it can offer to people with nothing else left. Some of these events have political undertones, whilst some aim to raise awareness of the plight of refugees on a purely humanitarian level. With the Yehudi Menuhin school’s concert in Calais in January and Jordi Savall’s soon to follow, the New Year could bring new hope. We often feel helpless in the face of such crises but whilst governments battle with big decisions, musicians are sharing their music and working according to Yehudi Menhin’s ethos of supporting minority communities.

(Written on December 22, 2015 )

Classical News

In today’s news, Music charity Urban Development receives funding from Arts Council England’s Ambition for Excellence programme, Gramophone magazine discusses the Meludia method & Royal New Zealand Ballet announces it’s 2016 scholarship recipient. Also, Jordi Saval postpones his Calais refugee camp concert, citing security concerns

Classical Music Magazine

Urban Development receives ACE Ambition for Excellence award

Music charity Urban Development is one of three organisations to receive funding from Arts Council England’s Ambition for Excellence programme


Introducing a new way of learning music online: Meludia

The Meludia method allows you to absorb the principles of musicianship through listening and imitation

The Strad

Jordi Savall postpones Calais refugee camp concert

The Spanish viol player and conductor has cited security concerns following last month’s Paris attacks

International Arts Manager

Royal New Zealand Ballet awards scholarship

Royal New Zealand Ballet (RNZB) has announced 18-year-old Georgia Powley as its 2016 scholarship recipient


Studenten bringen Flüchtlingen mit Musik Deutsch bei

Mit Rhythmus, Bewegung und Musik wollen Trossinger Musikstudenten Flüchtlingen den Zugang zur deutschen Sprache erleichtern

Preisträger des Bertold Hummel-Wettbewerbs stehen fest

Die Preisträger des diesjährigen Bertold Hummel-Wettbewerbs im Instrumentenfach Flöte stehen fest. Der erste Preis mit einem Preisgeld von 2.500 Euro ging an den Taiwanesen Chien-Chun Hung

Codex Flores

Forschungsinstitut zu künstlerischen Therapieformen

Die in der Praxis erprobte Wirksamkeit der künstlerischen Therapieformen wissenschaftlich nachzuweisen, hat sich ein neues Forschungsinstitut an der Alanus Hochschule für Kunst und Gesellschaft auf die Fahnen geschrieben


Beethoven Signature Up For Auction

A rare Ludwig van Beethoven signature will be auctioned by Boston-based, RR Auction, together with items by Wagner and Debussy


Sony Classical y la Filarmónica de Viena renuevan su acuerdo

En una conferencia de prensa conjunta en Viena, Sony Classical y la Filarmónica de Viena anunciaron la ampliación a largo plazo de su actual alianza


Ella Marchment: @EllaMarchment Tonight’s @E_N_O #ENODestiny feels a little too close to comfort given what’s happening in the UK right now!

ICA:@ICALondon Art flows, money flows, life flows, but how do these flows sustain or oppose each other? Explore at our Symposium

SM:@ISM_music  Music charity @urbandevelopmnt receives a £350,000 grant from @ace_national:

Jordi Savall/ The Strad

Jordi Savall/ The Strad


(Written on December 3, 2015 )

Classical News

In today’s news, Classical Music Magazine reports that four of Scotland’s arts and education institutions will collaborate to celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary, a double bass is battered on a flight from Atlanta and Vasily Petrenko extends his contract with the Oslo Philharmonic. Also, The Western Gazette discusses the results of Armenia’s Classical Music Festival

Classical Music Magazine

Scottish arts institutions celebrate Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary

Four of Scotland’s education and arts institutions will join forces for New Dreams, a programme of music, dance, drama and visual arts events in celebration of Shakespeare’s 400th anniversary

Western Gazette

The 8th “Return” Classical Music Festival has summed up the results

The 8th “Return” Classical Music Festival, held owing to the support of Armenia’s leading telecommunications operator VivaCell-MTS, has become a unique cultural event for the Armenian audience and the foreign guests of the capital

BBC Music Magazine

Vasily Petrenko extends Oslo Philharmonic stay

In a year of major maestro moves from one orchestra to another, conductor Vasily Petrenko has bucked the trend by extending his contract with the Oslo Philharmonic until at least 2020

Classic FM

Double bassist ‘heartbroken’ after his instrument was mercilessly battered during a flight

Double bassist Colin Corner was flying from Atlanta with Southwest Airlines to play a concert in Rochester. His instrument did not have a good flight


Gustav Kuhn ist “Künstler des Jahres” in China

Gustav Kuhn ist für seine musikalischen Dienste in China mit einem der renommiertesten Auszeichnungen der chinesischen Musikszene ausgezeichnet worden


Cellist Nicolas Altstaedt erhält Beethoven-Ring 2015

Der Beethoven-Ring 2015 geht an den Cellisten Nicolas Altstaedt. Das teilte der Vorsitzende der ‘Bürger für Beethoven’, Stephan Eisel mit

Maler und Komponist Ernst Fuchs gestorben

Der österreichische Künstler Ernst Fuchs war vor allem als Maler und Mitbegründer der “Wiener Schule des Phantastischen Realismus” bekannt. Gleichzeitig war er als Komponist, Bühnenbildner, Grafiker, Bildhauer, Architekt, Autor und Philosoph tätig, weshalb er auch als “Universalkünstler” bezeichnet wurde

El Pais

La picadura de Ludovico Einaudi

Una picadura llevó a otra y así nació Taranta Project, obra reciente del prolífico y versátil pianista y compositor Ludovico Einaudi


Forma Antiqva en el Teatro Real

Forma Antiqva vuelve al mundo de la ópera durante el mes de diciembre, nada menos que en el Teatro Real de Madrid. Los hermanos Zapico se unen a un ensemble de la JORCAM para interpretar, bajo la dirección de Aarón Zapico


BBC Radio 3:@BBCRadio3  If this is the image of Baroque grandeur, Bach’s overture would certainly be the soundtrack #EssentialClassics

Record Label A&R:@recordlabel_ar Prominent publishing company is looking for talented artists for publishing representation #musicpublishing

Royal College Music:@RCMLatest Thrilled to welcome back RCM alumna Alina Ibragimova, star of the 2015 @bbcproms, for a #violin masterclass today

Vasily Petrenko BBC Music Magazine

Vasily Petrenko
BBC Music Magazine


(Written on November 10, 2015 )