Why opera is taking lessons from Hollywood
Live cinema screenings are saving the New York Met, but does the big screen mean that good looks matter more than the singing? Neil Fisher talks to Peter Gelb, the general manager of the New York Metropolitan Opera.
Ulster Orchestra chief Dr Rosa Solinas quits post
The chief executive of the Ulster Orchestra has departed after just over a year in the job. Dr Rosa Solinas, former head of music at the Arts Council of Northern Ireland did not make a public announcement about her departure.
What’s next for Spotify? Perhaps going ‘beyond the Play button’
Recently-acquired The Echo Nest presents its vision for digital music services that really understand you
Liverpool football magazine prints review of RLPO concert
A writer for Liverpool-based football magazine The Anfield Wrap has passionately reviewed a concert of Elgar, Mahler and Strauss by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.
The composer and his muse: Richard Strauss’ tempestuous relationship with his wife Pauline de Ahna
Richard Strauss was inspired by his wife. Now, for the 150th anniversary of his birth, a new staging of his most magical opera is to open in London.
In Wien werden jetzt die Anwälte reich
Am Ende glaubte keiner mehr den Beteuerungen des Burg-Intendanten Matthias Hartmann, er wäre unschuldig am Millionendefizit. Die Probleme der Politik fangen aber mit seiner Entlassung erst an.