Love ‘wanted to do something challenging’, so she has taken a role in a production at a ‘visionary opera-theatre’ festival
The pTrumpet is made of plastic, sounds just like a brazen trumpet and costs only £100
Classical Music Magazine
The City Music Foundation has announced the three soloists and three chamber ensembles which it will support through mentoring, professional development and performance opportunities as part of its 2014 classical artists programme.
Are you Rach-man-enough (sorry) to indulge in a season-long celebration of the great Russian’s music? The London Philharmonic Orchestra are, in their Rachmaninoff: Inside Out concert series, running from October 2014 until April 2015.
Five-day display of priceless manuscript is a highlight of week-long events in New York City celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution
A series of four performances will be webcast through a partnership with medici.tv
The airline has published detailed regulations for the transportation of musical instruments on its website
There is no finer living interpreter of Debussy and Ravel than the French pianist Pascal Rogé. He is not a man who seeks limelight or trouble, preferring to focus on the infinite impressionistic possibilities of his favourite composers.
Jessica Duchen @jessicaduchen: October: sounds from another world. Lev Oborin plays Tchaikovsky… http://bit.ly/1tmFLbj