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WildKat Berlin Welcomes Fabian Ziegler

Thursday 19th May '22

WildKat Berlin Is Excited To Welcome Fabian Ziegler, A Young Percussionist Committed To Bring The Best Of Percussion To The PeopleIn his career, Fabian Ziegler has already achieved the goal of commissioning stunning new …

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March 12th – March 18th: Britain’s Big Platinum Performance , Funding for German Orchestras, France’s Music Market, LA Opera and Hamburg Ballet Join Forces

Friday 18th March '22

Classic FM Opens Britain's Big Platinum Performance CompetitionClassical music radio station Classic FM will work with UK leisure-time music organisation Making Music this year to mark The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with the Britain's Big Platinum Performance competition. Professional recordings of …

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23rd October: Stunning video of Harlem ballet dancing to Bach, Bachelot announces 115 million for culture, Bavarian theatres appalled by new virus rules

Friday 23rd October '20

This stunning video of a Harlem ballet company dancing to Bach will give you goosebumpsMasks on, Bach playing, and a dance company sharing the magic of movement and togetherness. This is something very special.In the summer of …

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4th August: Pianist Leon Fleisher Dies; Bach Archive acquires unknown letter; The Dismantling of the Organ of Notre-Dame de Paris Begins

Tuesday 4th August '20

Pianist Leon Fleisher, who lost use of his right hand, has died aged 92The great American pianist, who was forced to play left-handed for years, has died.Fleisher died of cancer at a hospice in …

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30th June: Angela Hewitt honoured, Singing ban, Love project 2020, Choir perform without masks

Tuesday 30th June '20

Angela Hewitt honoured by Wigmore HallThe pianist Angela Hewitt has been awarded the Wigmore Medal on stage at Wigmore Hall after her all-Bach recital last Thursday, a concert broadcast live from an empty hall on …

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30th May: Bach and Slipknot equally bad for drivers’ concentration, Palm Beach Symphony’s new director, and 2019’s Resonant Bodies Festival

Thursday 30th May '19

Heavy metal and classical music ‘bad for driver behaviour’ A new study has claimed that listening to heavy metal or classical music in the car is bad for driver behaviour.The experiment, carried out by road safety …

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15th April: Yo-Yo Ma to perform at US-Mexico border and Music at Paxton festival returns for 2019

Monday 15th April '19

Yo-Yo Ma performs at US-Mexico border Famed cellist Yo-Yo Ma performed a 15-minute excerpt from Bach’s Cello Suites on the border between United States and Mexico. He was joined by city leadership from both Laredo, Texas and Nuevo …

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11th April: Wigmore Hall’s late-night concerts return, Ian Roberts named managing director of Hastings Piano Competition, and IDAGIO announces partnership with Outhere Music

Thursday 11th April '19

Wigmore Hall’s late-night concerts return this summer Wigmore Lates return to Wigmore Hall this year with a diverse range of one-hour Friday performances.The series opens on 3 May with a song recital by mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von …

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14th March: Scottish Chamber Orchestra announces new season under Maxim Emelyanychev, Catrin Finch returns to the stage and Munich’s Hochschule calls for compositions

Thursday 14th March '19

SCO announces 2019/20 season with new principal conductor Maxim Emelyanychev The Scottish Chamber Orchestra has announced its season for 2019/20, the first with new principal conductor Maxim Emelyanychev (pictured).The season opens in September 2019 with conductor …

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11th March: Newcastle choir sings female composer’s music for the first time in centuries; Brits twice as likely to recognise male composers, and Michael Gielen obituary

Monday 11th March '19

Medieval music by a 14th-century female composer is being heard for the first time in 600 years Last weekend, the Newcastle-based choir Schola Cantorum sang a rare liturgy that hasn’t been heard in public for almost …

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