Gramophone has five to give away!
Russian pianist receives cash prize worth $100,000 and three-year artistic development programme worth $500,000
Keith Miller, a former American Footballer who narrowly missed out on playing in the NFL, is now due to sing with Metropolitan Opera.
Come spy with me! Passengers at Heathrow Terminal 5 were treated to a selection of the best of Bond from the London Philharmonic Orchestra this morning.
Katherine Jenkins sang the national anthem at the St. Louis Rams vs New England Patriots NFL International Series game on Sunday night.
Tom Service’s Blog, The Guardian
As Halloween casts its shadow over us, what better time to delve into the darker side of classical music
While other orchs lock out their musicians, Cleveland has reached a quiet, reasonable, very Cleveland agreement.
This morning, there are still some £200 and £500 seats available for tonight’s royal fund-raising gala and dinner featuring, among others, Roberto Alagna, Angela Gheorghiu and Bryn Terfel.
Hurricane Sandy has forced many cultural institutions in the Mid-Atlantic region to close their doors and cancel performances.
Deceptive Cadence, NPR
Many folks would call Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D minor the ultimate piece of scary music, thanks to any number of horror movies and pop culture moments that have used its thundering organ sounds as a kind of ghoulish shorthand.