Three pianists have been named as winners in the RNCM James Mottram International Piano Competition after a week of heats and concerts.
British composer Jonathan Harvey has died, it has been confirmed by his publisher. He had been suffering from motor neurone disease.
Classical Music Magazine
Lancaster University is planning to suspend its undergraduate music course for a year, following a drop in student applications.
Dame Elisabeth Murdoch died today, aged 103.
But many sit there idle and do not get played, according to a new survey.
New York Times
The Met’s technology has fallen behind European opera houses, where many of the directors bringing new productions to New York are used to computerized controls that produce precise results for increasingly spectacular shows.
The National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain (NYO) has been awarded the prestigious Queen’s Medal for Music at a London gala.
It was once the biggest hit in town, but will Meyerbeer’s opera ‘Robert le Diable’ work for the Royal Opera, asks Rupert Christiansen
You have until Monday to take part in the Ebacc consultation — the exam threatens the creativity of our nation, says the Barbican’s Nicholas Kenyon
The New York Times
(Written on December 6, 2012 )