Every day the WildKat team scan the newspapers and blogs online to bring you a digested list of the day’s classical music news.
Richard Morrison reflects on the repercussions from the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra’s turbulent visit to the Proms.
As a lost major opera about Nazi death camps comes to London, Jessica Duchen welcomes its composer to the limelight at last.
Rated 5/ 5 by Andy Gill: ‘Exquisite’.
Bucharest, capital of Romania, is about as far east in Europe as you can go before you plop into the Black Sea. It’s also, as James Jolly discovers, a veritable Mecca for great music-making.
Times are tough in Portugal, so they’re putting on the whole Ring in half a day, with just 18 players. Norman Lebrecht reports.