The Culture Debate: Our Take

Friday 10th April '15

On Wednesday evening, the WildKat London team were pleased to attend The Culture Debate in the Linbury Studio Theatre at the Royal Opera House. The debate, organised by the Creative Industries Federation and live streamed …

9th April: How can you make an opera about 9/11? The ENO open a foyer cafe to help with finances, Croydon Council’s refurbishment plans for Fairfield Hall

Thursday 9th April '15

Classical News The GuardianHow can you make an opera about 9/11?Opera has always thrived on grandiose spectacle, but are the events at the World Trade Center a tragedy too far? The team behind ENO’s new work …

19th February: Philharmonie de Paris architect sues venue’s sponsors, cuts to music teaching imminent, Warwick Report calls for joined up thinking in cultural sector

Thursday 19th February '15

Classical News The Strad Philharmonie de Paris architect sues venue’s sponsorsJean Nouvel claims the new building differs from his original designMinnesota Orchestra to perform in Cuba following restoration of US diplomatic relationsThe orchestra last performed in Havana …

12th February: Song writing for Shakespeare, the child opera star of a Nazi death camp, new podcast from Sir James Galway

Thursday 12th February '15

Classical News The GuardianWrite a song for Shakespeare... if you dareGo where Purcell, Finzi and Adès have dared to go and enter the RSC’s competition to compose a song to celebrate Shakespeare’s birthdayGreta Klingsberg, child opera …

Investing in the Arts through Noel Music Management’s New Friends and Patrons Scheme

Tuesday 3rd February '15

WildKat PR is delighted to welcome a new artist management company to our roster: Noel Music Management (NMM). Working with both professional soloists and renowned orchestral musicians, NMM is committed to helping musicians forge their …

29th January: Experimental music, Danish National Chamber Orchestra fights cuts by crowdfunding, new GCSE and A Level Music exam content

Thursday 29th January '15

Classical News The GuardianThe playlist: experimental music – James Hoff, Richard Skelton, Pauline Oliveros and moreThese unconventional artists and composers use everything from computer viruses to mud-crusted violins to create new sounds and reimagine masterpiecesDanish National …

11th December: ENO Arts Council Cuts: 10 of the strangest Messiahs: Patrick Lemanski to move to Warner Classics

Thursday 11th December '14

Classical News WildKat PRThe Berkeley Ensemble’s New Cobbett Prize for Composition 2014 has a winner!The Berkeley Ensemble and the panel of judges for the New Cobbett Prize for Composition are delighted to announce Samuel Wesley Lewis’s Sequenza …