25th March: Einaudi’s new album tops charts, Britten-Pears Foundation and Snape Maltings merge, and Pablo Anson wins Vienna Film Music Prize

Monday 25th March '19

Ludovico Einaudi releases fastest-streamed classical album of all time Ludovico Einaudi today hits the top spot of the UK classical chart with his new album Seven Days Walking: Day One which has become the fastest-streamed classical …

A spring full of highlights – Peter Schöne kicks off 2019 with several outstanding productions

Friday 8th March '19

Since becoming a member of the Staatstheater Saarbrücken ensemble last season, Peter Schöne has become an audience favourite and also worked in many projects across Europe. His numerous projects across the classical world have made …

2nd February: Wigmore Hall season launch, NYCGB Chief Executive Search, and Queer Talk

Thursday 2nd February '17

In today’s Classical News, Wigmore Hall announces their 2017/18 season, and NYCGB search for their first Chief Executive. In Suffolk a new exhibition, 'Queer Talk: Homosexuality In Britten’s Britain', is inaugurated today.   In Nantes, toddlers are …

15th December: Aldeburgh Festival 2017, ESO’s new appointment & turkeys raised on classical music

Thursday 15th December '16

Classical News In today's classical news, the full programme of Aldeburgh Festival 2017 will be announced in January 2017, and the 2017 festival will also mark the 50th anniversary of the Snape Maltings Concert Hall. English …

26th May: Preview to NY Biennal, Arvo Pärt Project in D.C. & Richard Reed Parry’s first classical album

Monday 26th May '14

The GuardianNational Children's Orchestras faces fight over its musical soulPetition set up by parents and staff highlights discontent over actions of NCO board.The TelegraphHay Festival 2014: Schoenberg was a prophet in the wildernessJewish, Christian, German …

Faster Than Sound: Nocturnal

Thursday 14th November '13

As Aldeburgh Music reaches the climax of its year marking the centenary of its founder, the composer Benjamin Britten, it hosts the latest in its Faster Than Sound series of innovative, cross-genre and cross-artform events. …

19th June: Myleene Klass continues BRIT run while Einaudi set to play iTunes Festival

Wednesday 19th June '13

Classic FMMyleene Klass to present Classic BRIT Awards 2013The multi-talented Classic FM presenter will be taking to the stage for her sixth consecutive Classic BRITs ceremony. GramophoneBristol Old Vic launches Proms for a modern ageDaniel Hope, …

14th June: Britten on the Beach, on the Television, and new Archives in Aldeburgh

Friday 14th June '13

LA TimesLong Beach Opera to showcase Duke Ellington, John Adams next seasonLong Beach Opera announced Wednesday its 2014 season will include works by Duke Ellington, John Adams and Wynton Marsalis.The Guardian Why don't men join choirs? Is …

10th June: Philadelphia Passengers Perform, English National Opera Economics and Music at the Sea

Monday 10th June '13

The TelegraphEnglish National Opera must publish an open Annual ReportRupert Christiansen asks whether English National Opera is being economical with some uncomfortable truths.The Guardian Elliott Carter: music of storms and stillness The American composer Elliott Carter died …

Faster Than Sound: Pekka Kuusisto, Peter Gregson, Reactify

Friday 17th May '13

Aldeburgh Music's experimental programme, Faster Than Sound, which joins the dots between musical genres and digital art forms, is holding their next event tomorrow evening.Internationally acclaimed violinist Pekka Kuusisto and cellist Peter Gregson have collaborated …

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