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In today’s news: 2018 ABC Young Performers Awards Finalists Announced. Gergiev to inaugurate Moscow’s new concert hall. Participants of Joseph Joachim violin competition announced. Hallé project complete thanks to Victoria Wood Foundation gift. Staatoperette in Dresden ends 2017/18 season with loss of revenue. Mark-Anthony Turnage becomes Psappha patron. BBC Radio 3 launches classical music podcast.

The Evening Standard

An opera about birth control advocate Marie Stopes is coming to London

A new opera based on letters written to birth control advocate Marie Stopes will be performed in London next month.

Rhinegold

Hallé project complete thanks to Victoria Wood Foundation gift

Manchester’s Hallé Orchestra has received a fundraising gift from the Victoria Wood Foundation, enabling it to complete building work at Hallé St Peter’s.

The Times

Jeffrey Sharkey: Creative arts can’t be valued in pounds and pence

The arts are under attack from a market-driven approach to education that means culture is less appreciated, the principal of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has said.

M Magazine

Mark-Anthony Turnage becomes Psappha patron

British composer Mark-Anthony Turnage CBE has become patron of the Manchester-based contemporary music ensemble Psappha.

Radio Today

BBC Radio 3 launches classical music podcast

Radio 1’s Clara Amfo and Dev, BBC Radio 6 music presenters Shaun Keaveny and Amy Lamé, BBC Asian Network’s Bobby Friction and broadcaster Gemma Cairney are the first guests to appear on BBC Radio 3’s new classical music podcast.

Metro

Opera singer with cerebral palsy wows with her incredible voice

This is the inspirational moment that an opera singer with cerebral palsy brings the house down with a spine-tingling performance.

Limelight Magazine

2018 ABC Young Performers Awards Finalists Announced

The three outstanding performers will go on to perform concertos with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and conductor Nicholas Milton.

Pizzicato

Gergiev to inaugurate Moscow’s new concert hall

Ticket sales have started for the inaugural concert of the new concert hall built in Moscow’s Zaryadye Park.

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Staatsoperette Dresden mit hohem Einnahmeverlust in Spielzeit 2017/2018

Die Staatsoperette hat aufgrund eines folgenschweren Wasserschadens in der Spielzeit 2017/18 herbe Einnahmeverluste hinnehmen müssen.

Klassik Heute

10. Internationaler Joseph Joachim Violinwettbewerb Hannover

Die Teilnehmer des Internationalen Joseph Joachim Violinwettbewerbs Hannover 2018 stehen fest.

Bayerischer Rundfunk

Beethoven als Abenteuer

Die Erwartungen waren hoch, als Markus Hinterhäuser 2017 seine erste Saison als Festspiel-Intendant in Salzburg vorstellte.

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2018 ABC Young Performers Awards Finalists Kevin Chow, Emily Sun and Oliver Shermacher © Tom Truong

(Written on July 18, 2018 )

In today’s news: Opera North launches Orchestra Academy, Classical Music is played in McDonalds to reduce crime, Opera is used to change perception of films, Ian Jackson composes for dogs, Fyfe and Iskra Strings release collaborative EP, Berlin wants to buy the popular centre of cultural events “Radialsystem V” in Berlin Friedrichshain and the International Festival for Time Issues “MaerzMusik” will take place from 16 to 25 March 2018 in Berlin.

Classical Music

Opera North launches Orchestra Academy

Opera North is launching an Orchestra Academy in a bid to support and inspire the next generation of orchestral musicians in the north of England.

Evening Standard

Shepherd’s Bush McDonalds turns off wifi and plays classical music 

A McDonald’s restaurant plagued with anti-social behaviour claims to have successfully reduced disorder by playing classical music.

OperaWire

Opera Meets Film: ‘Ombra Mai Fu’ As a Call For Respect in ‘A Fantastic Woman’

This feature is dedicated to exploring the way that opera has been employed in cinema by taking a section or whole film and alter its perception by using music.

Classic FM

Composer finds out what’s the most relaxing music for dogs 

Composer Iain Jackson teamed up with a team of veterinary experts to create the perfect piece of music to calm your dog – the performed the piece at Crufts this weekend

Complete Music Update

Fyfe and Iskra Strings have announced a new collaborative EP

New collaborative EP to be released later this year, blending classical music and pop with uncommonly successful results.

The Violin Channel

Applications Open for Hannover’s 2018 Joseph Joachim International Violin Comp

Applications are now open for the 2018 10th Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition, in Hannover, Germany.

American Composer & Musicologist Dr Olly Wilson Has Died – Aged 80

Prominent African-American contemporary composer and musicologist Dr Olly Wilson has passed away – aged 80.

klassik.com

Land Berlin will Radialsystem kaufen

Das Land Berlin plant die Übernahme des Radialsystems V in Berlin Friedrichshain. Der Erwerb des Zentrums für Kulturveranstaltungen wäre möglich, da der private Eigentümer das Areal an der Spree in einigen Wochen verkaufen möchte.

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MaerzMusik – Festival für Zeitfragen 2018 vom 16. bis 25. März in Berlin

Am Freitag, den 16. März, starten die Berliner Festspiele MaerzMusik – Festival für Zeitfragen (16. bis 25. März). Unter dem Titel „Time Wars“ eröffnet das Festival die Möglichkeit zu außergewöhnlichen Musikerfahrungen und zum Nachdenken über den „Zeitkrieg“ unserer Gegenwart.

Jazzmusiker Walter Eichenberg mit 95 Jahren gestorben

Der langjährige Leiter des Rundfunktanzorchesters Leipzig, Walter Eichenberg, ist tot.

Orgelwoche Nürnberg widmet sich dem Thema «Zeit»

«Zeit» ist das Thema der diesjährigen Internationalen Orgelwoche Nürnberg (ION). Im Zentrum stehen dabei die verschiedenen Arten, Zeit wahrzunehmen – nicht zuletzt die Idee, sich in ihr verlieren zu können.

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Steven Spielberg songerait à réaliser un biopic sur Leonard Bernstein

Selon le journal américain Variety, le réalisateur Steven Spielberg envisagerait de réaliser un film sur la vie du compositeur et chef d’orchestre Leonard Bernstein, dont on célèbre le centenaire en cette année 2018.

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BBC Radio 2_@BBCRadio3:  “I don’t think that music can tell us anything about physics, but it may help us to understand our own awareness of time.” #StephenHawking
http://bbc.in/2Gtn4Ss

 

Radialsystem V, © Sir James unter CC BY 3.0

(Written on March 15, 2018 )

The 15th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition will be taking place at the Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth, Texas, from 25th May to 10th June 2017.

We had the chance to catch up with Jacques Marquis, CEO of The Cliburn, to find out what makes The Cliburn so special, as well as how it aims to attract a wider global audience.

Have a look at the interview here!

Screening auditions are underway, having already visited London and Hannover. So far we’ve seen and heard many talented young pianists.

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Photo from London screening auditions

Besides the screening auditions, The Cliburn also held a launch event in London, with The Cliburn 2013’s semi-finalist Jayson Gillham showcasing his beautiful playing in Bach arr. Rachmaninoff and Chopin.

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Photo: Pianist Jayson Gillham rehearsing at The Cliburn 2017 launch event in London

 

In addition, The Cliburn’s new partnership with medici.tv, who will be live-streaming the competition this year, will help realise the competition’s goal of reaching new international audiences.

WildKat PR sends its best wishes to this year’s participants! We can’t wait to see the 30 pianists that will make it to the Preliminary Round in Fort Worth, Texas, later this year.

Remember to follow WildKat PR on Twitter, and The Cliburn on Twitter and Facebook, for the latest news on The 15th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition!

(Written on January 13, 2017 )

Russian violinist Sergei Dogadin was awarded first prize at the 2015 Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition Hannover.

The competition is named after the violinist and composer Joseph Joachim who was royal concertmaster in Hannover from 1852-1867. Joachim contributed greatly to musical life in the city, the organisation also supports the development of young artists and promotes music in Hannover.

Sergei studied at the St. Petersburg Conservatory, he has won prizes at nine international music competitions and performed at the world’s most illustrious concert venues following his debut at the Grand Hall of the Saint Petersburg Philharmonie under V.Petrenko and the St. Petersburg Philharmonic orchestra.

Watch him performing Eugene Ysaye’s ‘Sonata for solo violin No. 3 Op. 27’- in the first opening round of the competition. 

(Written on October 14, 2015 )