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In today’s news: a new music festival in Disneyland Paris, and DG welcomed their first female cellist. True Story in the Lineup of Cannes film festival, and Luther’s music had more power than his words. Arte presents new opera on video platform, and Justin Doyle becomes chief of the RIAS-Chamber choir. Tenor Endrik Wottrich died last wednesday, and classical pianist Dennis Matsuev goes jazz.

The Strad

Cellist Camille Thomas signs to Deutsche Grammophon

The 28-year-old Franco-Belgian musician is the first ever female cellist to join DG’s artist roster.


Disneyland Paris is set to host new music festival

Disneyland Paris will be the setting of a new EDM festival this summer.

The Spectator

Luther’s music had an even greater impact than his words

Music was at the heart of the Lutheran reformation. Four hours of music, for example, was introduced into the Saxon school curriculum

The Guardian

Roman Polanski’s Based on a True Story added to Cannes film festival lineup

The director’s latest thriller will premiere at the festival as his lawyer continues to battle for the Oscar winner’s return to the US


Russell Tovey and his dream role in ‘gay fantasia’

Few stage productions attract the level of expectation which surrounds the National Theatre’s new revival in London of Tony Kushner’s 1990s play Angels in America.

The Violin Channel

Thomastik-Infeld Versum Solo Cello String Pack Winners Announced!

And the winners are in! The following 5 lucky VC members will each be receiving a Thomastik-Infeld cello soloist twin set string pack.


Oper auf Abruf

ARTE-Plattformen und +7-Mediathek verbinden sich zu neuem Videoportal


Brite Justin Doyle startet als Chef des RIAS-Kammerchors

Der Brite Justin Doyle tritt mit der kommenden Spielzeit als Chefdirigent des RIAS Kammerchors an.


Tenor Endrik Wottrich verstorben

Der 1963 in Celle geborene deutsche Tenor Endrik Wottrich ist am gestrigen Mittwoch unerwartet verstorben. Das teilte die Oper Leipzig mit.

Broadway world

44th annual Bach week festival to feature artist debuts and more

The Chicago area’s 44th annual Bach Week Festival, opening April 28 in Evanston, Ill., will feature festival debuts of local and visiting artists of international stature in concerts devoted to the music of the festival’s namesake, German Baroque composer J. S. Bach.


Classical Pianist Denis Matsuev Takes the A Train

Classical pianist Dennis Matsuev is no stranger to jazz — here he is in concert, performing the Billy Strayhorn classic “Take the ‘A’ Train.”

San Diego Reader

PONY rides a new vision for live classical music

Movies, lights, but where is the social media presence?


16Schwetzinger starten am 28. April unter dem “Leidenschaft”

Join today for the last Hour of the week, followed by another 3 hours of great classical music



(Written on April 28, 2017 )

BBC News

Sir Kenneth Branagh’s Macbeth impresses in Manchester

Sir Kenneth Branagh’s first appearance as Macbeth has confirmed him to be an “intemperately exciting Shakespearean actor” in what is a “great” production of the play, critics have decided.

New York Times

A Chamber Ensemble’s Passionate Swan Song

The Tokyo String Quartet says farewell at Norfolk Festival.


Doyle replaces Matthew Halls, who steps down due to increased conducting commitments.

Classic FM

Classic FM bags an Arqiva Award for jingles

Classic FM has triumphed in the Station Imaging category at the 2013 Arqiva Awards, for their ‘The Sound Of Classic FM’ jingle package.

Limelight Magazine

Australian expat orchestra takes on London

Limelight Magazine talk to the daring young female conductor behind Ruthless Jabiru – London’s only all-Australian orchestra.


On the art of variation: why Paganini’s theme is so popular

From Liszt to Lutosłaski, composers have so often turned to Paganini’s Caprice No 24 for inspiration – with satisfying and scintillating results.


Art as science? Computer technology and classical music

The Telegraph considers the merits of using technology in classical music and explains why two “so-so” concerts have stuck firmly in his mind.


Hugh Maguire obituary

Violinist and teacher who was leader of the London Symphony and BBC Symphony orchestras has died aged 86.

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(Written on July 8, 2013 )