2nd August: BBC Radio 3 reports 6% audience increase since last year, Beethoven’s own pianos used in innovative sound sculpture, Spotify misses…

Friday 2nd August '19

BBC Radio 3 reports 6% audience increase since last yearRecent data from Radio Joint Audience Research (RAJAR) shows that BBC Radio 3’s audience in the last quarter was 2.03 million – up 6% from 1.91 …

WildKat – 2018 in review

Friday 21st December '18

2018 has been yet another fantastic year for us - we've welcomed some fantastic new clients and new people to our team, expanded our services and achieved some great results along the way.We don't like …

16th May: Streaming killing the radio, queer Korean opera, orchestral Prince tribute-tour, honouring Glenn Branca

Wednesday 16th May '18

In today's news: Classic BRITs announce sponsors, BBC radio wary of streaming services, queer Korean opera, orchestra performs Prince's repertoire alongside Questlove, Conductor Currentzis and his „Fokus“-programme in the Alte Oper Frankfurt, Pianists Danae und …

21st October: Grosvenor receives NY Phil piano prize, RNCM partners with PKU & Bob Shennan

Friday 21st October '16

Classical News In today's news round-up, British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor has been named as the recipient of the New York Philharmonic’s Ronnie and Lawrence Ackman Classical Piano Prize. Royal Northern College of Music announced a new professional partnership …

19th April: Overview of Menuhin Competition, Eoín Fleming receives award & Northern Ireland’s top school choirs

Tuesday 19th April '16

Classical News The winners of the Menuhin competition, pianist Eoín Fleming has been awarded with The 2016 Catherine Judge Memorial Award & the BBC Radio Ulster School Choir Of The Year competition names North Ireland's top school choirs. The …

26th July: Minnesota Brings in Mitchell, Philip Glass Features in Partridge Soundtrack and the Business of Music

Friday 26th July '13

LA TimesEx-Sen. George Mitchell steps into Minnesota Orchestra labor disputeGeorge Mitchell, the former U.S. senator from Maine, has worked to broker peace in the Middle East and Northern Ireland.The TelegraphMark-Anthony Turnage: 'I don't like Beethoven's …

William Berger and La Nuova Musica chat and perform on BBC3’s In Tune

Friday 15th June '12

‘One of the best of our younger baritones’, William Berger, performs the title role in a performance of L’Orfeo with La Nuova Musica at Kings Place next weekend. Speaking on BBC 3’s In Tune William …

30th April: Stuart Skelton, Portraits Day and Kathleen Ferrier

Monday 30th April '12

The IndependentStuart Skelton: One man, two tenorsThe Austrian heldentenor tells Anna Picard about cigars, being an 'aryan hunk', and the secret of singing in two places at once.The legendary, and tragic, voice of a generation …