The Voice of Black Opera Competition

Wednesday 26th October '22

Twelve international singers are bound for Birmingham to compete in The Voice Of Black Opera competition brought to us by Black British Classical FoundationBlack British Classical Foundation has announced the 12 singers selected from around …

19th July: The Production Music Awards 2019, Laura Mvula to receive honorary doctorate from Birmingham City University, Richard Wagner as a traffic light man

Friday 19th July '19

Production Music Awards 2019 opens for entriesCalling all library music composers and publishers: the Production Music Awards 2019 are now open for entries. Organisers are accepting composition and sync entries from production music libraries from …

3rd January: Spotify faces $ 1.6 billion copyright lawsuit, Charles Dutoit denies sexual assault accusations

Wednesday 3rd January '18

In today's news: Music at Paxton artistic director Helen Jamieson to step down this year, and pianist Di Xiao has been named as one of Birmingham City University’s Alumni of the Year. Also, cash reward …

3rd October: Tributes to Sir Neville Marriner & Strikes of Several Orchestras in the U.S.

Monday 3rd October '16

Classical News In today's news, read about the great British conductor and violinist, Sir Neville Marriner, who passed away at the age of 92 yesterday. Also, read about the strikes of several orchestras in the U.S. …

18th March: Can Fergus Linehan save the Edinburgh International Festival? Julian Lloyd Webber is new principle of Birmingham Conservatoire and essential Richter recordings

Wednesday 18th March '15

Classical News TelegraphEdinburgh 2015: Can this man save the Edinburgh International Festival?The EIF has a new director, 45-year-old Fergus Linehan – but can he steer it back out from the increasingly huge shadow of the Fringe? …