An action-packed summer!

Thursday 20th August '15

Summer is always a busy time of year in the music world. With the Proms in full flow and festivals popping up everywhere, the past few weeks have been pretty busy for all of us here …

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 …

4th March: Sir Simon Rattle returns to London, Alison Balsom at the Bristol Proms, Eric Lu, 17, wins National US Chopin Competition

Wednesday 4th March '15

Classical News Guardian Simon Rattle: new concert hall was not precondition for accepting LSO job Rattle, who takes over as music director of the London Symphony Orchestra in 2017, denies appointment was dependent on venue being built Telegraph All hail …

5th August: Opera star breaks her leg- but completes the performance, Six hundred voices to mark the centenary of the First World War and John Hurt and Rory Kinnear to be part of BBC Proms

Tuesday 5th August '14

Classical News The Telegraph Opera star breaks her leg – but completes the performance Soprano Christiane Karg dislocated her knee during Mozart's La Finta Giardiniera. Classical-Music.com Six hundred voices to mark the centenary of the First World WarYoung singers from …

1st August: Mary Poppins in Last Night of the Proms, New York’s Met Opera extends contract deadlines for unions and will rain force cover up of historic opera arena?

Friday 1st August '14

Classical News The TelegraphMary Poppins in Last Night of the Proms Last Night of the Proms is to feaure a Mary Poppins singalong to mark the 50th anniversary of the film's release. New York TimesIn Final Hours, Metropolitan …

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 …

Win the chance to wear Google Glass at Daniel Hope’s Bristol Prom on 31st July

Tuesday 29th July '14

Internationally acclaimed virtuoso violinist and WildKat artist Daniel Hope is to perform at the BBC Proms in the Royal Albert Hall this evening, premiering a new violin concerto by Gabriel Prokofiev (grandson of Sergei) about the First …

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 …

WildKat PR welcomes Avi Avital

Tuesday 27th May '14

WildKat PR is delighted to welcome hugely celebrated mandolinist Avi Avital to its client roster. Avital is one of the world’s most exciting and entrepreneurial musicians. Deeply committed to building a fresh legacy for the …

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 …

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