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5th April: BSO Resound search for Young Composer, Islington Council launches music education service, and an homage to Montserrat Caballé

Friday 5th April '19

BSO Resound launch search for Young Composer-in-Association UK-based composers aged 18 to 30 are invited to apply for BSO Resound’s Young Composer-in-Association, supported by Allianz Musical Insurance.The position will offer one composer the opportunity to develop …

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17th January: RCM partners with SHCM, SAM’s new programme ‘New Wave’ & Anne-Sophie Mutter received Crystal Awards

Tuesday 17th January '17

Classical News In today's classical news, Royal College of Music partners with Shanghai Conservatory of Music to establish a joint institute, offering collaborative projects between the two institutions. Sound and Music partners with Sage Gateshead and NMC Recordings …

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WildKat PR welcomes Academy of Ancient Music

Thursday 13th October '16

WildKat PR is extremely proud to announce our partnership with the Academy of Ancient Music, one of Britain’s foremost period-instrument ensembles.Founded over 40 years ago, AAM boasts a discography of 300 recordings, and has been an …

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18th September: Gramophone Awards Highlights, Connolly on Arts Education and Sir David Willcocks Obituary

Friday 18th September '15

Classical News In today's news, Classic FM reports on Gramophone Awards highlights, and Sarah Connolly argues that the government neglects arts education and funding at its peril. Also, BBC Music Magazine writes Sir David Willcock's obituary Classic FM Gramophone …

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6th August: 11m Apple Music Members, students launch audition crowdfunding, and BBC Proms increasingly important

Thursday 6th August '15

Classical News In today's news Apple Music has gained 11 million members in the five weeks after its launch. The Artistic Director and Executive Producer of the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group are standing down in 2016, …

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3rd March: Simon Rattle appointed to the LSO, why male domination of classical music may be coming to an end, WHO recommends reducing music listening to an hour a day

Tuesday 3rd March '15

Classical News The TimesSir Simon Rattle finally confirmed for London Symphony OrchestraAfter one of the most extended courtship rituals in the history of music Sir Simon Rattle was confirmed today as the next music director of …

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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 …

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27th October: 161-year-old Philharmonic faces closure in Australia, International Opera Studio in Hamburg celebrates 20 years anniversary, Pietari Inkinen new Chief Conductor at Prague Symphony Orchestra

Monday 27th October '14

Classical News Telegraph Anna Magdalena Bach: a forgotten genius?If JS Bach's wife composed some of his best-known pieces, it will put a bomb at the heart of the Western musical tradition Violin teacher Suzuki is the biggest fraud …

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14th May: RPS Awards winners announced, Metropolitan Orchestra authorises strikes & Michael Giacchino to compose Jurassic World soundtrack

Wednesday 14th May '14

Sinfini MusicRPS Awards Winners AnnouncedWho were the big classical winners of last night's 2014 Royal Philharmonic Society Awards?Classical Music MagazineBirtwistle makes it five as RPS awards are announcedSir Harrison Birtwistle has become the most honoured …

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29th April: Julian Lloyd Webber to stop playing cello & today’s children more musical than previous generation, says study

Tuesday 29th April '14

Classic FM OnlineChildren today 'more musical' than previous generation, says studyYoung people today are more likely to learn a musical instrument than their parents, according to a new YouGov research study commissioned by Philharmonia.Julian Lloyd …

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