14th May: Digital toolkit launched to help creative freelancers with mental health, Bavaria to allow outdoor cultural events, Folle Journée de Nantes presents programme

Friday 14th May '21

Digital toolkit launched to help creative freelancers with mental healthAs part of Mental Health Awareness Week, a new toolkit is being launched to help creative artists and freelancers take better care of their mental health …

8th April: Festival in memory of Ivry Gitlis for July, Bavaria postpones planned openings for culture, 60 local elected representatives call for answers on future of the culture sector

Thursday 8th April '21

French festival in memory of Ivry Gitlis to take place in JulyThis year’s Colmar International Festival in Colmar, France, will honour the life and work of Israeli violinist Ivry Gitlis, who died last year at …

19th March: BBC Concert Orchestra relocating to a new location, Bavaria stops opening steps for culture, Book and record shops may remain open during lockdown

Friday 19th March '21

BBC Concert Orchestra relocating to a new location outside the M25BBC Radio 3 will increase its broadcast hours produced in Salford to over 50%, with a new home for the BBC Concert Orchestra – likely …

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 …

15th July: Birmingham’s Symphony Hall and Town Hall could lose half of staff, More audience possible at events, Watch the Paris Concert of July 14th, The Sphinx Organization

Wednesday 15th July '20

Birmingham’s Symphony Hall and Town Hall could axe half its workforceBirmingham’s Town Hall and Symphony Hall, home to the world-class City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and conductor Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla, have announced major job losses because …

17th June: 87% of musical instrument teachers teaching online, Bavaria allows larger cultural events, Colston Hall to change its name

Wednesday 17th June '20

87% of musical instrument teachers adapting to online teaching, ABRSM survey revealsAn ABRSM survey has revealed the extent to which lockdown is transforming music instrument teaching, with 87% of teachers reporting having adapted to online …

# Vlogtober 28th, ‘Eine Alpensinfonie’ Anniversary

Wednesday 28th October '15

100 years ago, on 28 October 1915, Eine Alpensinfonie by Richard Strauss was premiered in Berlin by the Dresden Hofkapelle, conducted by the composer. The critics didn't particularly like it, some even called it 'cinema music.'Strauss's love of nature …

Vote for the Bamberg Symphony’s new logo in The Drum’s Creative Showcase

Friday 4th July '14

The Bamberg Symphony has launched their new corporate design including a new logo, season brochure, website and mission statement 'extraordinary city. extraordinary orchestra.' Having redesigned and extended the orchestra's concert hall in 2008, the Hamburg …

25th September: James Levine returns, Lang Lang wins award, and jazz for babies

Wednesday 25th September '13

GramophoneJames Levine returns to the Metropolitan Opera podiumThe Met’s music director conducts his first performance on the New York company stage since damaging his spine two years agoClassic FM OnlineLang Lang wins International Artist of …

WildKat PR welcome Bamberger Symphoniker – Bayerische Staatsphilharmonie

Wednesday 25th September '13

WildKat PR are delighted to announce that we will be working with the Bamberger Symphoniker - Bayerische Staatsphilharmonie to deliver international public relations for the orchestra and their upcoming engagements and tours. Founded in 1946, the Bamberg Symphony …