3rd of August: bassoon part as the “endangered species” instruments, work of the artistic director Tom Morris, Johannes Zeinler winner of the St. Albans International Organ Competition and Roy Haynes “greatest living jazz drummer”

Monday 3rd August '15

Classical News In today's news the Guardian reports on how the bassoon is being considered as an "engandered species". The Occupy the Pianos Festival opens at St John’s Smith Square and artistic director Tom Morris explains …

A HEARTFELT welcome to the Sacconi Quartet

Wednesday 22nd April '15

WildKat PR is extremely excited to be working with the Sacconi Quartet, a string quartet who are consistently recognised for communicating with a fresh and imaginative approach. The quartet aims to create truly immersive chamber …

2nd February: Conductor Israel Yinon dies after collapsing onstage, Tom Morris on making classical music more saleable and pianist Aldo Ciccolini has died.

Monday 2nd February '15

Classical News GuardianThe crisis at the Coliseum is just part of our national opera’s malaiseOnce the ENO stood for something. Now the artform no longer feels as if it speaks to its audienceIndependentConductor Israel Yinon dies …

11th December: ENO Arts Council Cuts: 10 of the strangest Messiahs: Patrick Lemanski to move to Warner Classics

Thursday 11th December '14

Classical News WildKat PRThe Berkeley Ensemble’s New Cobbett Prize for Composition 2014 has a winner!The Berkeley Ensemble and the panel of judges for the New Cobbett Prize for Composition are delighted to announce Samuel Wesley Lewis’s Sequenza …

31st July: New York’s Metropolitan Opera threatens to lock out its musicians on Friday, the Sacconi Quartet on why Beethoven in life-changing and Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular to come to the UK

Thursday 31st July '14

Classical News The Guardian New York's Metropolitan Opera labour dispute: a symptom of a company in crisis The largest performing arts organization in the US is threatening to lock out its musicians on Friday, the latest setback for …

29th July: Max Hole confirms third Bristol Proms for 2015, Gabriel Prokofiev launches new violin concerto at Proms and Oxford students release acapella version of Shakira’s Hips Don’t Lie

Tuesday 29th July '14

Classical News Classic FM Max Hole confirms third Bristol Proms for 2015The Bristol Proms will return to the Bristol Old Vic for a third year running in 2015, Universal boss Max Hole has confirmed.BBC NewsGabriel Prokofiev launches …

28th July: Bayreuth’s blunders, Carlo Bergonzi passed away at 90, The Proms pairs up with CBeebies

Monday 28th July '14

Classical News The TelegraphJazz is not just for us old swingersSebastian Coe, vice-president of the National Youth Jazz Orchestra, writes about the emerging young jazz scene. GramophoneThe great Italian tenor Carlo Bergonzi has diedOn the 26th July …

4th April: Class and classical music, the Piano Machine of Dreams, and the world of a violin maker

Friday 4th April '14

The GuardianClass, race and classical musicWestern classical music – performers and audiences alike – is still an almost exclusively white concern. What can be done?Piano: Machine of Dreams Exhibition - in picturesPart of this year’s …

#BristolProms with Daniel Hope and Guy Johnston

Wednesday 10th July '13

A little way down the road from all the excitement of the world's greatest classical music festival, Bristol Old Vic will be hosting their own version of The Proms. Inspired by the hugely popular promenade …

19th June: Myleene Klass continues BRIT run while Einaudi set to play iTunes Festival

Wednesday 19th June '13

Classic FMMyleene Klass to present Classic BRIT Awards 2013The multi-talented Classic FM presenter will be taking to the stage for her sixth consecutive Classic BRITs ceremony. GramophoneBristol Old Vic launches Proms for a modern ageDaniel Hope, …