8th January: Zimmer Scores Bond, Hope on HfM Desden Council, Beethoven, Radvanovsky and Capuçon among 2019 stars of Classical Music

Wednesday 8th January '20

Hans Zimmer steps in at last minute to score Bond film ‘No Time To Die’The legendary film composer is taking over from Dan Romer as a last-minute replacement – just three months before the Bond …

August 28th: ‘Music China’ to promote music and music study in Shanghai, 250 musicians will meet at the 67th International Music Competition of the ARD in Munich this September

Tuesday 28th August '18

In today's news: 'Music China' to promote music and music study in Shanghai. In September 250 musicians will meet at the 67th International Music Competition of the ARD in Munich. St Asaph Cathedral cuts its music team in …

5th June: Writing opera today, new production to premiere at Glyndebourne, Violinist Sofiá Gómez Alberto wins award

Tuesday 5th June '18

In today’s news: Composers tell Neil Fisher how to write a contemporary opera, a new community production by Howard Moody will premiere at Glyndebourne, and the Cumnock Tryst Festival returns this October. The Singapore Symphony …

15th January: Brit awards embracing diversity, Arvo Pärt is the world’s most performed living composer and the death of Pierre Pincemaille

Monday 15th January '18

In today's news: disabled people underrepresented in English arts bodies, what to expect from music this year, Cumnock Tryst appoints Jean Nicholson as festival director. Also, Arvo Pärt is world’s most performed living composer and 20.000 cheap tickets for the …

Surprise Statistics? Classical Music in 2015- Bachtrack

Monday 11th January '16

Today, Bachtrack published its classical music statistics for 2015. Immediately striking, is the lack of women at the top of any of the lists. Most remarkably, the busiest composer category features it’s first female at …

A very active April at WildKat PR…

Friday 15th May '15

April has been an incredibly busy month here at WildKat PR! Just in case you missed anything, here is a round-up of what we've been up to:We were delighted to welcome Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival. …

24th February: Play a concert hall piano, 10 things to know about Simon Rattle’s new concert hall, Noah Stewart’s favourite music, Frank Peter Zimmermann to return his Stradivarius

Tuesday 24th February '15

Classical News The GuardianFacing the music: Noah StewartNat King Cole, Nina Simone and New York City – tenor Noah Stewart on his musical passions on and off the stageThe pitfalls and perks of playing a concert …

9th January: Musicians play moving Charlie Hebdo tribute in Trafalgar Square, prejudice is keeping women conductors off the podium and Bang & Olufsen’s new BeoSound Moment system matches playback to the way you feel

Friday 9th January '15

Classical News Classic FMMusicians play moving Charlie Hebdo tribute in Trafalgar SquareAn ensemble of over 150 string players gathered in London's Trafalgar Square to pay tribute to the victims of the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris.The …

7th January: Classical music still dominated by white men, violinist sues repairman for snapping $80k bow and Naxos launches new high-definition music streaming and download service

Wednesday 7th January '15

Classical News GuardianClassical music in 2014 - still dominated by dead white men's music performed by living white menBachtrack’s statistics, and Christina Scharff’s research, prove yet again that the classical music industry needs to changeClassic FMViolinist …

Classical Music New Year’s Resolutions

Monday 5th January '15

Classical New Year ResolutionsNew Year equals a new me-right? We in the WildKat PR office have already accepted that our ‘fitness and healthy eating resolutions’ will fail within a week (merely promising to try burns …

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