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We are looking for a Junior Account Manager to join WildKat PR in London!

 

Do you think you would be suitable for this position? Have a read through our job description below.

WildKat PR

WildKat is a creative agency for culture and music. We offer PR, marketing, branding, social media and event management for institutions and artists. We are the only performing arts agency working internationally, with offices in London, Berlin and New York.

 

 

Job Description

WildKat PR is offering an exciting opportunity to join our London team. Working with the Founder, Director of the London Office and Account Managers, you will learn how to develop and execute creative PR campaigns across the classical music and cultural industries in order to generate coverage and publicity for our clients.

Key Duties

As a Junior Account Manager:

  • To assist the Account Managers with their set of clients, working with them in securing press, attracting new audiences, helping to improve their brand, organising events
  • To think creatively about how you (and your colleagues) approach campaigns. You will be asked to continually make new connections and approach your work in innovative ways. You will be expected to challenge how we, and the industry, are doing things
  • To integrate digital media into campaigns. This means exploring new technology and developing ways to include it in client campaigns
  • To take a leading role in the development and execution of unique, creative campaigns to promote your clients and the company
  • To write copy in relation to clients’ needs, including: fact sheets, bios, blogposts, newsletters, brochures
  • To liaise with journalists to generate and secure media coverage for clients
  • To organise client events, as needed. This includes: concerts, VIP receptions, industry networking events
  • To attend all relevant artists’ events (which regularly occur outside of office hours) including meetings and performances
  • To network within the industry to build your reputation and that of the company
  • To be willing to grow into a more senior role

Opportunities of working with WildKat PR:

  • Small, open plan office
  • Chance to do diverse things within the role and expand your skillset quickly
  • Gain wider industry experience, not just PR
  • Supportive colleagues and management welcoming your fresh ideas
  • Personalised creative skills training and coaching
  • Collaboration with mainstream brands and projects
  • Opportunities for travel
  • Sociable atmosphere
  • Staff benefits, which include annual ski trip, Friday drinks, office yoga, opportunity for sabbatical and 6 hour working days

 

Person Specification

Essential

  • Interest in classical music, culture, and the arts
  • A fast learner, able to absorb information quickly and confidently put it into practice
  • Ability to remain calm when working under pressure and to manage conflicting deadlines
  • Proven administrative and organisational skills
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to take initiative and responsibility when working alone
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • High degree of accuracy and attention to detail
  • A strong interest in online media
  • Self-motivated
  • Good standard of computer literacy (Word, Excel, WordPress)

Desirable but not essential

  • 3-6 month internship in an arts PR organisation or similar experience
  • Experience in PR, marketing or social media

Salary: £20,000 per annum (plus opportunities for bonuses) for full-time role

We are open to receiving applicants looking for a part-time role as an Account Manager. Please ask Olivia Brown for more details on this.

WildKat PR is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their ethnicity, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, or age.

To apply, please send your CV and covering letter to olivia@wildkatpr.com with the subject title ‘WildKat Junior Account Manager application’ by 5pm on 16th November 2018.

(Written on November 5, 2018 )

In today’s classical music news, LSO announces the sudden death of James Mallinson, and RPO study suggests increasing numbers of young people are discovering classical music through gaming. Independent music festivals have urged the competition watchdog to investigate Live Nation’s dominance of the UK music industry, warning that the summer festival scene is suffering. A dispute escalates regarding the future of the Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg and singer Bernd Weikl wonders what has become of his beloved profession and if  vocal art is ruined by hidden microphones.

Rhinegold

LSO announces the sudden death of record producer James Mallinson

Mallinson learnt his trade with Decca, where he recorded the first ever complete Haydn symphonies with Antal Dorati and a major series of works by 20th-century composers including Messiaen, Ligeti, Cage and Birtwhistle.

Classic FM

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra suggests more young people are discovering classical music through video games than live concerts

Video game music is just as good an introduction to classical music for children as a real-life concert, says managing director of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO), James Williams.

The Guardian

Live Nation’s grip on music festivals ‘stifling competition’

Independent music festivals have urged the competition watchdog to investigate Live Nation’s dominance of the UK music industry, warning that the summer festival scene is suffering.

Digital Music News

The Music Industry Has a New Tactic to Fight Google: #LoveMusic

In a collective effort, the music industry has banded together to ensure Google finally pays music creators fairly.  But will the #LoveMusic campaign work?

Der Tagesspiegel

Schwieriger Start mit neuem Leiter

Um die Zukunft der Kammeroper Schloss Rheinsberg eskaliert ein Streit.

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Naturgewalt adé

Der Sänger Bernd Weikl wundert sich, was aus seinem geliebten Beruf geworden ist. Wird die Gesangskunst durch versteckte Mikrofone ruiniert?

neue musikzeitung

Theater Chemnitz: Für Vernunft und Diskursoffenheit – gegen Hass und Gewalt

Die Theater Chemnitz äußern sich in einer Stellungnahme zu den aktuellen Vorgängen in der Stadt und sprechen sich aus für eine „Kultur, die Respekt im Miteinander lebt,“ für „Vernunft und Diskursoffenheit – gegen Hass und Gewalt.“

El País

Utrecht, capital musical de Borgoña

El Festival de Música Antigua de la ciudad holandesa se da un baño de polifonía renacentista con presencia de intérpretes casi antagónicos.

Video gaming music © Getty

(Written on August 29, 2018 )

In today’s news: ‘Music China’ to promote music and music study in Shanghai. In September 250 musicians will meet at the 67th International Music Competition of the ARD in Munich. St Asaph Cathedral cuts its music team in an attempt to balance its budget. Chariots Of Fire revealed as top sporting classical music list from Classic FM. Mexico’s food markets offer groceries with a side of opera.

BBC News

St Asaph Cathedral makes music team redundant

A cathedral has cut its music team as it attempts to balance its budget.

Classic FM

Chariots Of Fire tops sporting classical music list from Classic FM

The nation’s favourite piece of classical music with a sporting connection has been revealed as Vangelis’ ‘Chariots of Fire’, taken from the movie of the same name.

The Straits Times

Mexico’s food markets offer groceries with a side of opera

Shoppers in Mexico City’s Argentina Market got an unexpected dose of culture last Saturday (Aug 25) when they were treated to Spanish composer Pablo Sorozabal’s opera La Tabernera Del Puerto.

London Theatre

Play written in support of Brexit Leave campaign to premiere in London

A new play written by two journalists in support of the Leave campaign is set to premiere at the Union Theatre in October.

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Besessen um die eigene Zukunft gespielt

Kirill Petrenko eröffnet die Saison der Berliner Philharmoniker – und lockt diese Elitetruppe aus der Reserve.

nmz

Der Guru der Musikethnologie

Eine der größten Sammlungen globalmusikalischer Tondokumente befindet sich heute im Ethnologischen Museum in Berlin. Den ältesten Teil dieser Tonaufnahmen bilden Edison-Walzen aus der Zeit um 1900. Sie stehen heute auf der Liste des UNESCO-Weltdokumentenerbes.

Klassik.com

Bahn knickt ein: Keine Musik zur Bekämpfung der Berliner Bahnhofskriminalität

Die Berliner Bahn hat ihr Projekt zur Vertreibung von Trinkern, Drogenabhängigen und Kriminellen an Bahnhöfen durch atonale Musik auf Eis gelegt. Die Initiative Neue Musik Berlin hatte zuvor zu einer Demonstration am Brennpunkt-Bahnhof Hermannstraße eingeladen, bei der atonale Musik gespielt wurde.

Pizzicato

‘Music China’ soll in Shanghai für Musik und Musikstudium werben

Die Klassik boomt in China. Ständig werden neue Orchester gegründet. Die Musikschulen halten damit nicht Schritt.

BR Klassik

ARD-Musikwettbewerb 2018 Spielen und Singen um die begehrten Preise

Knapp 250 Musiker treffen sich ab dem 3. September beim 67. Internationalen Musikwettbewerb der ARD in München. Die jungen Instrumentalisten und Sänger aus aller Welt treten vor Jury und Publikum, um in diesem Jahr in den Fächern Gesang, Trompete, Viola und Klaviertrio einen der begehrten Preise zu gewinnen.

Platea Magazine

Der Pianist Josu de Solaun weiht den George Enescu International Contest 2018 ein

El próximo 1 de septiembre Josu de Solaun viajará a Rumanía, invitado por el Concurso Internacional George Enescu, para interpretar el Triple concierto de Paul Constantinescu en la jornada inaugural del certamen.

St Asaph Cathedral makes music team redundant

Photo credit: Philip Halling/Geograph

 

(Written on August 28, 2018 )

In today’s news: Liszt’s lost opera: ‘beautiful’ work finally brought to life after 170 years. Robert Trevino named Malmö Symphony’s Chief Conductor. Deutsche Grammophon’s president talks about their new partnership with Apple Music. For all Bach fans, Yo-Yo Ma can now be yours to command as the latest add-on to Alexa. Teodor Currentzis opens the Musikfest Bremen with a spectacular “Great Night Music”.

The Guardian

Liszt’s lost opera: ‘beautiful’ work finally brought to life after 170 years

Sardanapalo to premiere in Germany after Cambridge academic translates and deciphers neglected sketchbook

Gramophone

Robert Trevino named Malmö Symphony’s Chief Conductor

Watch the moment the announcement is made to the players

Broadway World

The New York Pops Opens 2018-19 Carnegie Hall Season With Roll Over Beethoven 10/19

A Different Kind of Orchestra on Friday, October 19 at 8:00 p.m. in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall.

FirstPost

Satyasheel Deshpande on the role of bandish and gharanas in Hindustani classical music

Conversations with Satyasheel Deshpande, however brief, cannot fail to enrich the musical knowledge of the listener.

Music Week

‘It is as readily available as pop’: Deutsche Grammophon’s president on classical music’s streaming opportunity

Deutsche Grammophon is celebrating its 120th anniversary year by launching a major partnership with Apple Music, which will potentially open up its repertoire – both modern and traditional – to a new streaming audience.

Limelight

Love Bach? Now Yo-Yo Ma can be yours to command

Ever wanted one of the world’s greatest cellists in your living room for an intimate chat about Bach? Wait no longer. If you are a user of Alexa, Amazon’s popular virtual assistant, then Yo-Yo Ma’s Musical Moments is the latest ‘skill’ on offer.

Pizzicato

‘Leonard Bernstein At 100’ Celebrates The Musician’s Centennial Birthday

One hundred years after his birth and 28 years after his death, Leonard Bernstein’s legacy still shines bright. A multitude of events will celebrate his 100th birthday on August 25, 2018.

Klassik.com

Ehrenpreis des Deutschen Filmmusikpreises für Peter Gotthardt

Peter Gotthardt soll im Herbst den Ehrenpreis des Deutschen Filmmusikpreises erhalten. Die Auszeichnung wird Gotthardt Ende Oktober in Halle vom Ehrenpreisträger des Vorjahres Harold Faltermeyer überreicht.

Klassik heute

Teodor Currentzis eröffnet das Musikfest Bremen

Das diesjährige Musikfest Bremen findet vom 25. August bist 15. September statt, das Angebot umfasst 39 Veranstaltungen in 31 Spielstätten. Spektakulärer Auftakt ist die „Große Nachtmusik“, die das Publikum in den historischen Stadtkern dazu einlädt mit einer persönlichen Programmzustellung die Musikfest-Eröffnung zu feiern.

Platea Magazine

Javier Camarena, Aida Garifullina y Placido Domingo protagonizan ‘Los pescadores de perlas’ de Bizet en Salzburgo

Los días 23 y 26 de agosto, bajo la batuta de Riccardo Minasi, el Festival de Salzburgo presenta en concierto Los pescadores de perlas de George Bizet, con un atractivo elenco encabezado por Javier Camarena (Nadir), Aida Garifullina (Leïla) y Plácido Domingo (en su debut como Zurga).

 

 

The Sardanapel manuscript was found in a neglected sketchbook. (c) GSA/Klassik Stiftung Weimar, Bestand

(Written on August 23, 2018 )

In today’s news: BCMG composing competition winners named. Aretha’s Operatic Triumph: The Week in Classical Music. On TV, Bernstein Opened A Gateway To Classical Music For Young And New Audiences. Home listening: the musical fallout from Brexit is under way. The Ruhrtriennale is trying to limit the losses in an anti-Semitic dispute over the band “Young Fathers”. European composer prize awarded to Agata Zubel

Rhinegold

BCMG composing competition winners named

Birmingham Contemporary Music Group has announced nine winners of the Wilde Liede Marx Music international composing competition.

The New York Times

Aretha’s Operatic Triumph: The Week in Classical Music

Her rendition of the aria, recorded live for this album, isn’t opera, but it also isn’t soul or anything easily definable.

Capital Public Radio

On TV, Bernstein Opened A Gateway To Classical Music For Young And New Audiences

For two decades during his extraordinary career, Leonard Bernstein also played the role of TV star.

The Guardian

Home listening: the musical fallout from Brexit is under way

A tale of two European orchestras making changes. Elsewhere, Louis Spohr and the Academy of Ancient Music

Die Welt

Ruhrtriennale-Eklat

Jetzt stellen wir uns mal ganz dumm.

neue musikzeitung

Wuilly Arteaga, Venezuelas Teufelsgeiger fängt in New York neu an

Erst spielt Wuilly Arteaga bei den Protesten gegen die venezolanische Regierung die erste Geige. Er wird zu einem Symbol des Widerstands. Nach Haft und Folter flieht er in die USA. Heute musiziert er in der U-Bahn von Manhattan – und hat einen Traum.

Musik heute

Europäischer Komponistenpreis an Agata Zubel vergeben

Die polnische Komponistin Agata Zubel (40) hat am Sonntagabend den Europäischen Komponistenpreis 2018 erhalten.

El País

El difícil ‘tetris’ de los cuartetos de cuerda

La Schubertiada de Vilabertran, un combinado de estrellas y jóvenes talentos.

Neue Zürcher Zeitung

«Die Vereinnahmung der Kunst durch die Wirtschaft ist nichts im Vergleich zur Vereinnahmung der Kunst durch die Politik»

Wenn alles Private politisch ist, dann darf die Politik auch alles, und die Kunst ist ihr zu Diensten: Der polnische Künstler Artur Żmijewski sieht die Freiheit seiner ureigenen Domäne in Gefahr. Und wehrt sich – mit messerscharfen Analysen.

 

 

Leonard Bernstein relaxes backstage at New York’s Carnegie Hall with some of his autograph-seeking fans November 23, 1961. (c) AP photo

(Written on August 20, 2018 )

In today’s news: Woman in Slovenia arrested for blasting Verdi aria from house 16 hours a day for 16 years. Why classical musicians are bracing for the worst after Brexit. Salzburg honours ex-director of the Salzburger Festspiele. A portrait of the World Music Festival in Sines, Portugal. Meet the professional bassoonist who is also a professional boxer.

Classic FM

Watch: Alfie Boe and Michael Ball perform an operatic version of Rick Astley’s ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’

When pop meets the drama of opera: remember the time Michael Ball and Alfie Boe covered Rick Astley’s ’80s hit ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’? It was… quite something.

Classic FM

Woman arrested for blasting Verdi from her house 16 hours a day… for 16 years

The owner of a house in the town of Štúrovo in Slovakia is in custody after breaking an injunction banning her from playing an aria from ‘Il trovatore’ on repeat for over a decade.

The Independent

Why classical musicians are bracing for the worst after Brexit

Plenty in the classical music sector are unsettled, including the pianist-conductors Vladimir Ashkenazy and Daniel Barenboim

M Magazine

Spotify Announce Major Partnership with Samsung

Spotify has secured a major partnership with tech-giant and smart phone manufacturer, Samsung – making it the official music service provider across devices

Frankfurter Allgemeine

Es geht um künstlerische Ernsthaftigkeit

Die CD hat Zukunft: Deutschland ist ein starker Markt, und künstlerisch geht vom neunzehnten Jahrhundert neue revolutionäre Kraft aus. Ein Gespräch mit Christian Girardin, dem Manager der Klassik-Plattenfirma Harmonia Mundi.

klassik.com

Salzburg ehrt Ex-Intendant Ruzicka

Der ehemalige Intendant der Salzburger Festspiele, Dirigent und Komponist Peter Ruzicka (70) ist im Rahmen eines Portraitkonzertes mit dem Ehrenbecher der Stadt Salzburg ausgezeichnet worden.

Musik Heute

Quander wird künstlerischer Direktor in Rheinsberg

Der Kulturmanager Georg Quander wird neuer Künstlerischer Direktor der Kammeroper und Musikakademie Rheinsberg.

El País

Timbila Muzimba: 23 kilos de percusión

La banda mozambiqueña sorprende con su diversidad rítmica en el Festival de Músicas del Mundo de Sines, en Portugal

France Musique

Hannah Rankin, une vie entre basson et baston

Hannah Rankin, 28 ans, a deux passions : la musique et le sport. À force d’entraînements, elle a réussi à devenir professionnelle dans les deux. Elle partage sa vie entre le basson et la boxe.

Twitter

El Festival de Músicas del Mundo de Sines, in Portugal (c) Mario Pires

(Written on August 10, 2018 )

In today’s news: New study reveals how Mozart could help prevent epilectic fits in children. Alleged age discrimination in Michigan orchestra. Cellist removed from flight after buying extra seat for cello demands an apology. ‘I can’t do the gonorrhoea duet!’ – the opera about pioneer sexpert Marie Stopes. VC Young Artist Timothy Chooi Awarded Verbier Festival ‘Most Outstanding Young Musician’ Prize. Ernst Krenek Prize awarded to Thomas Larcher. Salzburg Young Conductor Award presented to Gábor Kál.

Classic FM

The research shows children aged two to 18 had a significant drop in epileptic activity when listening to the composer’s music.

San Francisco Chronicle

Musicians allege age discrimination in Michigan orchestra

Two musicians with the Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra have resigned after receiving disciplinary action that they allege was based on their ages.

 A music student due to travel back to Chicago on an American Airlines flight last week was told to leave the plane, after being told “the aircraft was too small for the cello”.

The Guardian

‘I can’t do the gonorrhoea duet!’ – the opera about pioneer sexpert Marie Stopes

In an age of repression, she told women sex could be ‘absolutely marvellous’. Why is the great sexologist being played by a man in Dear Marie Stopes?

Violin Channel

VC Young Artist Timothy Chooi Awarded Verbier Festival ‘Most Outstanding Young Musician’ Prize

The Verbier Festival, in Switzerland, has today announced 24-year-old VC Young Artist Timothy Chooi as the recipient of the 2018 ‘Verbier Festival Academy Prix Yves Paternot’ prize – presented to the ‘Most Accomplished Young Musician’ at this year’s festival.

NMZ

Jubel für Mariss Jansons bei den Salzburger Festspielen

Der lettische Stardirigent Mariss Jansons ist am Sonntagabend für seine Interpretation von Peter Tschaikowskys fantastischer Oper «Pique Dame» vom Salzburger Festspielpublikum gefeiert worden.

klassik.com

Ernst Krenek-Preis 2018 für Thomas Larcher

Der Komponist Thomas Larcher erhält in diesem Jahr den mit 10.000 Euro dotierten Ernst Krenek-Preis der Stadt Wien.

Kleine Zeitung

Gabor Kali gewinnt Young Conductors Award in Salzburg

Der 35-jährige Ungar Gabor Kali hat am Sonntag den Young Conductors Award der Salzburger Festspiele gewonnen.

Platea Magazine

El tenor David Webb se sincera sobre su depresión para ayudar a aquellos que la sufren

El tenor David Webb, quien cantará en los próximos días en L’Incoronazione di Poppea en el Festival de Salzburgo, junto a William Christie y Sonya Yoncheva, se ha abierto a sus seguidores en las redes sociales, explicando la depresión de la que está saliendo.

Twitter

‘’Oh God, I saw it!’ … Alexa Mason, the letter-writing soprano in Dear Marie Stopes. (c) Tristram Kenton

(Written on August 7, 2018 )

In today’s news, the Young Euro Classic festival starts at Konzerthaus, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra has dismissed Daniele Gatti, citing reports from “a number of female colleagues”, authors choose Oper Frankfurt as Best Opera House 2017/18, classical Music Manager dies at 75, guitarist Miloš joins Decca Classics and Philadelphia Orchestra adds female composers to its 2018-19 roster.

Rhinegold News

Miloš joins Decca Classics

The guitarist Miloš has announced his move to Decca Classics ahead of his performance at the BBC Proms.

The New York Times

Charles Hamlen, Classical Music Manager With a Cause, Dies at 75

Charles Hamlen, who co-founded one of classical music’s leading management agencies, helped build the careers of young stars, including the violinist Joshua Bell, and then left the business to raise money to help people with AIDS, died on Wednesday at his home in Manhattan. He was 75.

The Inquirer

After outcry, Philadelphia Orchestra adds female composers to its 2018-19 roster

Partially in response to national criticism for assembling a 2018-19 season without a single work by a female composer, the orchestra Wednesday issued a revised season schedule augmented by two works by female composers.

Der Tagesspiegel

Gute Musik im Sommerloch

Die besten Jugendorchester der Welt sind wieder in Berlin: Am Freitag startet das Festival Young Euro Classic im Konzerthaus.

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Gatti suspendiert

Das Amsterdamer Concertgebouw Orchester hat seinen Dirigenten Daniele Gatti beurlaubt. Die “Washington Post” berichtete von unangemessenem Verhalten. Das Verhältnis zu den Musikern sei “irreparabel beschädigt”.

neue musikzeitung

Autoren wählen Oper Frankfurt zum besten Opernhaus 2017/18

Die Oper Frankfurt ist Sieger einer Autorenumfrage des Theatermagazins «Die Deutsche Bühne». Die Teilnehmer hätten als Begründung für ihre Wahl vor allem die exzellente Mischung verschiedener Operngenres im Spielplan und die Qualität bei den Aufführungen genannt, teilte das Magazin am Mittwoch mit.

El País

La orquesta del Concertgebouw despide a su director, acusado de comportamiento inadecuado

Daniele Gatti ha sido citado por ‘The Washington Post’ en un artículo sobre acoso en la música clásica.

 

Young Euro Classics @ MUTESOUVENIR / KAI BIENERT

 

(Written on August 3, 2018 )

In today’s news, construction work silences famous film orchestra, the Director of the Tyrolean festival steps back. The Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) has been in existence for five year, ISM report highlights post-Brexit concerns for musician, YouTube Music has design on subscription streaming space. Artistic director bows out of Wexford Festival Opera, Cherry Glazier issues a statement on level of sexism in the music industry, and a violin worth $200,000 is sold to a pawnshop for $50.

Rhinegold News

ISM report highlights post-Brexit concerns for musicians

The ISM has published its Musicians and Brexit report, which reveals the concerns of more than 1,600 musicians regarding freedom of movement post-Brexit.

Music Business Worldwide

YouTube Music is on a worldwide recruitment blitz for senior executives

YouTube Music clearly has designs on becoming a truly global player in the subscription streaming space.

The Irish Times

Wexford Festival Opera poised for change as artistic director bows out

Will it pivot from David Agler’s taste for still alive composers and underuse of Irish talent?

NME

Cherry Glazerr say the extent of sexism in the music industry is “outrageous”.

LA trio Cherry Glazerr have issued a statement on social media slamming the level of sexism they experience in the music industry.

The New York Times

Violin Worth $200,000 Is Sold to Pawnshop for $50. The Catch? It Was Stolen.

A stolen violin valued at more than $200,000 has been returned to its owner after being sold to a Massachusetts pawnshop for $50, according to the police.

Die Welt

Baustelle bringt berühmtes Filmorchester zum Verstummen

Das Deutsche Filmorchester Babelsberg ist eines der führenden internationalen Filmmusikensembles. Es arbeitet in einem hochmodernen Studio. Jetzt steht es vor dem Aus. Der Grund dafür ist kurios.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Leiter der Tiroler Festspiele tritt zurück

Dem künstlerischen Leiter der Tiroler Festspiele Erl, Gustav Kuhn, werfen mehrere Künstlerinnen sexuelle Belästigung und Machtmissbrauch vor. Jetzt zieht er Konsequenzen.

Fono Forum

Die Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) besteht seit fünf Jahren. Darauf weist die Siemens Stiftung hin

Die Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) unterstützt den afrikanischen Musiksektor und schafft neue Chancen für Musiker durch die Vernetzung von mittlerweile 38 Ländern.

El mundo

Dane Johansen, un chelista que nació en Alaska para poner música al apóstol Santiago

Un músico profesional que recorrió durante 41 días el Camino de Santiago con su violonchelo a la espalda.

© ISM

(Written on August 1, 2018 )

Torrential rain and lightning cause issues for outdoor performances over the weekend, opera prodigy gets astrophysics degree. Berlin’s longest-serving classical music concert organiser Witiko Adler celebrates its 90th birthday, the Kranichsteiner Musikpreis 2018 by Darmstadt Summer Courses has been awarded. In the world of the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra. Concerti will accompany them on their next tour in August.

Eastern Daily Press

Katherine Jenkins forced to abandon fans at Norfolk concert because of torrential downpour

Opera superstar Katherine Jenkins was forced to leave the stage temporarily during a Norfolk performance because of torrential rain.

The Argus

Opera prodigy gets astrophysics degree after working with NASA

At the age of 19, opera prodigy Jessica May Hislop was singing at the prestigious Royal Conservatoire in Glasgow. Five years later, she has swapped arias for academia and graduated from Sussex University with a first class honours master’s degree to spend her life looking at the stars.

BBC News

UK heatwave: Lightning cancels Tom Jones York comeback gig

Lightning strikes have forced Sir Tom Jones to cancel his comeback concert in York.

Drill music video stopped by armed police

A music video being shot in east London was stopped by the Metropolitan Police following reports of a firearm.

The New York Times

Bayreuth’s First American Director Made Wagner a Feminist. What Now?

Wagner’s “Lohengrin” — as staged at the Bayreuth Festival by the visionary Yuval Sharon, the first American director in the festival’s 142-year history — has a new ending.

Der Tagesspiegel

Der Konzertmeister

Guter Draht zu Jahrhundertgrößen: Berlins dienstältester Klassikveranstalter Witiko Adler feiert 90. Geburtstag.

neue musikzeitung

Kranichsteiner Musikpreis 2018 – Das Finale der Darmstädter Ferienkurse

Bei der Verleihung des Kranichsteiner Musikpreises 2018 am 28.07.2018 wurden vier Teilnehmer*innen der 49. Darmstädter Ferienkurse ausgezeichnet.

concerti

In der Welt von… West-Eastern Divan Orchestra

In unserer Reihe „In der Welt von…“ begleiten wir, vernetzt durch Smartphone und Social Media, Künstler auf Reisen, zu spannenden Projekten und besonderen Ereignissen. Diesmal: das West-Eastern Divan Orchestra.

El País

Se venden guitarras con historia

La tienda Guitar Giraffe ofrece piezas únicas ‘vintage’ que busca, identifica y ofrece a clientes de todo el mundo.

 

(Written on July 30, 2018 )