27th January: Southbank Centre 17/18 Season, ABO 17, Sound and Music

Friday 27th January '17

In today's Classical News, the Southbank Centre launches its 17/18 season, Dobrinka Tabakova is appointed composer-in-residence at BBC Concert Orchestra, and Sound and Music announces its new Portfolio and Embedded composers. The Guardian Barenboim, Bernstein and the …

1st August: Lack of diversity in the classical music sector, Prom 19 celebrates Bowie & Cleveland International Piano Competition

Monday 1st August '16

Classical News In today's news, Alan Davey speaks about the lack of diversity in the classical music sector, Prom 19 celebrates Bowie with a reinterpretation of his music, and Cleveland International Piano Competition becomes a quadrennial …

30th January: Modest good news for music education, drama at the opera as another chief heads for the exit and new BBC Radio 3 Controller promises more airtime to female composers

Friday 30th January '15

Classical News GuardianModest good news for music education as government stick to their wordHubs funding is to increase, but Arts Council England chief Darren Henley has a fight on his hands if he is to safeguard …

17th December: Dame Fanny Waterman retires from Leeds Piano competition, manuscript showing ‘birth’ of 1,000 years of choral music discovered and Classic FM’s Darren Henley appointed Arts Council England chief executive

Wednesday 17th December '14

Classical News GuardianDame Fanny Waterman retires from Leeds Piano competitionThe co-founder, chair and artistic director of the prestigious competition steps down from her position, aged 95.TelegraphManuscript showing 'birth' of 1,000 years of choral music discoveredThe earliest …

26th July: Minnesota Brings in Mitchell, Philip Glass Features in Partridge Soundtrack and the Business of Music

Friday 26th July '13

LA TimesEx-Sen. George Mitchell steps into Minnesota Orchestra labor disputeGeorge Mitchell, the former U.S. senator from Maine, has worked to broker peace in the Middle East and Northern Ireland.The TelegraphMark-Anthony Turnage: 'I don't like Beethoven's …

1st November: Classics in the Slums, Sandy Destroys Scores and Studio, and Messiaen Quartet on the Stage

Thursday 1st November '12

The IndependentJessica Duchen: How I put the tale of music in a Nazi camp on the stageThe Independent's writer on her play about the Messiaen QuartetOpera cancelled after baritone Robert Poulton killed in car crashRobert …