17th January: BBC Music Magazine Awards, Cologne broadcaster WDR draws consequences, ENO diversity

Friday 17th January '20

BBC Music Magazine Awards 2020The BBC Music Magazine Awards are an annual celebration of the very best of all the recordings reviewed by the magazine over the previous year. With three nominations to choose from …

17th January: BBC Music Magazine Awards, Rebecca Saunders wins Ernst von Siemens prize, Plácido Domingo awarded International Opera Awards fellowship

Thursday 17th January '19

BBC Music Magazine reveals nominees for 2019 Awards The nominations for the 2019 BBC Music Magazine Awards have now been revealed, with 21 of the best classical recordings from over the past year chosen by an …

20th April: Nightingale Singers & New Shine Festival Showcases Global Music

Thursday 20th April '17

In today's news: Barbican and Classic FM have announced Shine, an event showcasing music and music education from around the world. A view inside of the fortepiano of the Berlin Philharmonic, and Lisa Batiashvili talks about …

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 …

9th April: The Scottish Symphony Orchestra give India a taste of western classical music, Ivan Hewett demonstrates the humour in classical music, and Alisa Weilerstein wins Recording of the Year

Wednesday 9th April '14

GuardianIndia gets a taste of western classical from Scottish Symphony OrchestraThe BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra has been touring Delhi, Chennai and Mumbai in a bid to inspire Indian children to explore western classical music.The TelegraphSivan …

10th April: Janina Fialkowska, AyseDeniz Gokcin and Opera Live at the cinema

Wednesday 10th April '13

The TelegraphJanina Fialkowska caps amazing recovery with BBC awardPianist Janina Fialkowska, who was left paralysed in her left arm after cancer, has won the Best Instrumental CD award in the 2013 BBC Music Magazine Awards, …

13th March: Red Nose Day, Instrument Passports and Pianist Performs at St Pancras

Wednesday 13th March '13

The TelegraphThe Big Question: There's an anti-intellectualism in BritainThe first of the Big Question debates at the Royal Opera House prompted composer Mark-Anthony Turnage to say there's anti-intellectualism in Britain.Classical Music MagazineABRSM’s new chief executive …

Accentus new release on Entartete Musik blog

Monday 10th September '12

Die Thomaner Entartete Musik articlePublished on Monday 3rd September, Gavin Plumley’s article on his online music journal, Entartete Musik, provides a great insight in to Accentus Music’s new DVD release, Die Thomaner.‘Die Thomaner: A Year …

16th April: Kathleen Ferrier, Colin Lee and the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad

Monday 16th April '12

The GuardianKathleen Ferrier - remembering one true voiceJust a single phrase of Kathleen Ferrier's singing reveals a voice of extraordinary power and expression. She's still an inspiration, nearly 60 years after her tragically early death.The …

29th Feb: Red Holloway,Onno Scholze and Julia Lezhneva

Wednesday 29th February '12

JDCMB Director Sergio Morabito talks about THAT PRODUCTION of RusalkaThe Wieler-Morabito production of Rusalka at Covent Garden has proved a lot more controversial in terms of critical response than The Death of Klinghoffer at ENO.NY Times Royal Shakespeare Company Bringing Dahl’s …