28th September: Women in Music Power List 2018, Musician’s touring visas and Met Opera commissions female composers

Friday 28th September '18

What happened in this week's #ClassicalNews? Top industry names honoured in BBC Woman's Hour power list Beyoncé has been named music's most powerful woman by BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour.The superstar came first in a list of …

13th February: £1 million endowment for young musicians, artist ownership debate at Grammy’s, opera and the human psyche

Monday 13th February '17

In today's news, The National Endowment for Music aims to support pupils' musical ability by donating £1 million to the Arts Council of Wales to aid after-school music services that were affected by cuts. Frank Ocean …

16th November: BTHVN2020, ENO’s The Mikado postponed in Blackpool & the reality facing the American orchestras

Wednesday 16th November '16

Classical News In today's classical news, German government has announced a budget of €27 million for a year of celebrations to commemorate the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth. English National Opera has announced the postponement of The Mikado …

29th August: Classical:NEXT accepts proposals, 300-year-old violin recovered safely & Gramophone becomes Apple Music curator

Monday 29th August '16

Classical News In today's classical news, Classical:NEXT accepts proposals for its next global gathering, Sally Beamish speaks about how the theft of her viola turned her into a composer, and 300-year-old violin taken from London train …

18th April: 16 year old boy wins Senior Menuhin Competition, UK once again world’s No.3 music market & Beyonce gives classical music lessons

Monday 18th April '16

Classical News In our news today, 16 year old boy wins Senior Menuhin Competition, UK is once again the world’s No.3 music market and Southbank Centre announces new board appointments. Also, 2016 BBC Proms sells Promming …

16th February: Nico Muhly shares his musical passions, have we become too posh for the Gods and 300 Android phones play Beethoven’s ‘Ode To Joy’

Monday 16th February '15

Classical News GuardianFacing the music: Nico MuhlyBoulez, Blake and Beyoncé... composer Nico Muhly shares his musical passionsTelegraphHave we become too posh for the Gods?Rupert Christiansen laments the declining popularity of the cheap seats at the operaThe …

23rd December: Best classical music of 2013 & City of Culture leaves Derry with a £900,000 legacy

Monday 23rd December '13

The ObserverThe best classical music of 2013: Fiona Maddocks's choice "Marin Alsop made history while some of her male counterparts made the headlines for all the wrong reasons. And you couldn't move for Rings and Albert …