Every day the WildKat team scan the newspapers and blogs online to bring you a digested list of the day’s classical music news.
New York Times
The composer Philip Glass, 74, a pioneer of the Minimalist style of composing, has signed a contract to write a memoir, according to the publisher W.W. Norton & Company.
This Glasgow-born soprano who won rave reviews for her performance in Verdi’s Rigoletto is coming to Edinburgh to try something a bit racier.
Jessica Duchen plans her return to Dartington International Summer School.
This week Proms audiences put their hands together for rock-star composer Steve Reich, embraced cinematic music and gave the Spaghetti Western Orchestra a gleeful yee-hah.
Austen’s book adapted by Jonathan Dove and Alasdair Middleton proves to be a delectable new opera, presented at London’s hip summer opera festival, Grimeborn.