15th July: Birmingham’s Symphony Hall and Town Hall could lose half of staff, More audience possible at events, Watch the Paris Concert of July 14th, The Sphinx Organization

Wednesday 15th July '20

Birmingham’s Symphony Hall and Town Hall could axe half its workforceBirmingham’s Town Hall and Symphony Hall, home to the world-class City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and conductor Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla, have announced major job losses because …

15th October: Tom Service says Radio 3 offers a unique service, Alpesh Chauhan appointed CBSO assistant conductor and Singapore International Violin Competition names finalists.

Wednesday 15th October '14

Classical News GuardianRadio 3 offers a unique service; surely as many as possible should have access to it?Tom Watson’s suggestion that Radio 3 should give up its FM slot to 6 Music is baffling.TelegraphWhat does modern music …

Interview with NCO’s Sarah Derbyshire

Monday 1st July '13

The National Children's Orchestras of Great Britain are celebrating their 35th Anniversary this year with a Gala Concert at Birmingham Symphony Hall on Saturday 31st August  2013, featuring musicians all the way from the Training Orchestra …

25th June: Accidental Opera Star, Baroque Graffiti and a Call for Critics

Tuesday 25th June '13

The TelegraphSouth African opera star returns to township after signing record dealA singer from the South African townships, who discovered opera music by accident, has signed a deal for a debut album with a major …

13th January – Brahms discovery, Anthony Hopkins and Mark-Anthony Turnage

Friday 13th January '12

The TimesMark-Anthony Turnage: A Constant Obsession.Geoff Brown finds 'these Turnage premiere recordings of recent works bouncing along in superb sound; superb artistry too, with pungent playing from Chamber Domaine, conducted by Thomas Kemp'.The IndependentAnthony Hopkins: …