7th May: BBC Radio 1’s new program offers music biz opportunities for young women, Schubertiade cancels concerts until August, Munich Opera launches its own record label

Friday 7th May '21

BBC Radio 1’s Jaguar spearheads FUTURE1000 program offering music biz opportunities for 1000 young womenA new, free national training programme to encourage more young women into the music industry by equipping under-18s with the skills …

31st October: Antarctic music project, Amaury Coeytaux & Dresden Symphony Orchestra’s performance cancelled in Istanbul

Monday 31st October '16

Classical News In today's classical news round-up, read about how a composer is to create music based on Antarctic ice data, which he will use infra-gravity sound wave data and convert it into a range we can …

30th July: Europe’s largest Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ, music teachers’ zero-hours contracts, why symphony orchestras will survive

Thursday 30th July '15

Classical News In today's news, Europe’s largest Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe Organ is revived, music teachers' zero-hours contracts may prevent children from learning an instrument and why symphony orchestras are expected to survive indefinitely. The Telegraph Europe’s largest Wurlitzer Theatre Pipe …

19th February: Vanessa Mae finishes last in Sochi slalom, Top 40 begins to include streaming and man accused of Milwaukee strad theft pleads not guilty

Wednesday 19th February '14

Classic FMVanessa Mae finishes last in giant slalom at Winter OlympicsViolinist Vanessa Mae has finished in last in the women's giant slalom final in the Sochi Winter Olympics. Though she is a British national, Mae was competing for …