Launch of the b•concerts platform

Monday 11th April '22

The live music label, b•records, is diversifying its activities and launching b•concerts, a completely free access platform that offers streaming archives of unreleased classical and jazz concerts, a web radio and podcastsb•concerts was born from …

19th November: Guildhall announces online music courses for 2021, With an App in the Opera Olympus, Kaufmann withdraws from Wagner’s Ring at Paris Opéra

Thursday 19th November '20

Guildhall announces new online music courses for early 2021Guildhall School of Music & Drama has announced its expanded short course programme for early 2021, offering three music-related online evening courses between January and March.The programme …

NomadPlay wins the Business with Attitude 2020 award!

Tuesday 15th September '20

NomadPlay wins the Business with Attitude 2020 award!Organised by Madame Figaro with the support of the La Poste group, this prize supports and promotes the creation of businesses by women. Candidates must run an innovative …

NomadPlay offers FREE subscription until May 31!

Wednesday 1st April '20

#PlayTogether with NomadPlayIn this uncertain time, the most important thing we can all do is to stay at home, and to take care of ourselves and our loved ones. Despite our distance, the WildKat …

15th May: ROH admits one female conductor of 19 is ‘not acceptable ratio’, BBC Phil launches new app for concert-goers and Etienne Perruchon dies aged 61

Wednesday 15th May '19

One female conductor 'not acceptable ratio', admits Royal Opera House The Royal Opera House has acknowledged that it is not acceptable to have only one female conductor on its main stage in its next season and vowed it …

25th April: IFPI Global Music Report, Cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Royal wedding and Smartphone-Opera.

Wednesday 25th April '18

In today's news: 19-year-old cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason has been invited to perform at the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, National Opera Studio commissions twelve arias for young artists, IFPI Global Music Report reveals …

30th August: Titanic – gateway drug to classical music, travellers to conduct in airport

Wednesday 30th August '17

In today's news: Can the Titanic soundtrack be a gateway drug to classical music's greats, Tido launches educational piano, and travellers to conduct the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in Glasgow Airport. Staatsoper in Vienna to …

16th August: Trump loses case against iTrump owner, Sakari Oramo on the future of his BBC Symphony Orchestra

Wednesday 16th August '17

In today's news: Inside information on Europe’s first black and minority ethnic orchestra, Trump loses case against iTrump owner, and Finnish conductor Sakari Oramo on the future of his BBC Symphony Orchestra and his plans …

15 August: Usher stands in at Wigmore Hall, New staff at Guildhall School

Tuesday 15th August '17

In today’s news: Cloakroom girl earns acclaim after standing in for soprano at Wigmore Hall, and Guildhall School announces six new appointments. Rheingau Musik Festival announces collaboration with Google Arts & Culture, Christian Thielemann honours …

July 17th: Radio 3 will be available for listeners as a lossless audio stream, and Kronberg Academy plans its own premises

Monday 17th July '17

In today's news: Radio 3 will be available for listeners as a lossless audio stream, D’Addario Orchestral announces launch of the new ‘Ascenté’ violin strings, and Kronberg Academy plans its own premises in Kronberg. Wayne Shorter composes …

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