8th November: The Christmas carol fighting homelessness, Deutsche Filmmusikpreise will be awarded in Halle, French culture plays and will play an even more important role in international ties

Friday 8th November '19

The Christmas Carol fighting HomelessnessChoirs around the UK are raising funds for homeless charity Crisis through performances of a Christmas carol, Ring the Bells.The initiator of the project, the London Philharmonic Choir (LPC), has been …

22nd December: 25 best carols, top classical CDs & Les Pêcheurs de Perles at the Met

Tuesday 22nd December '15

Classical news In today's news, Classical Music Magazine counts down the days to Christmas with 25 of the best Christmas carols and Andrew Clements discusses his top 10 classical CDs of 2015 for The Guardian. Also, …

15th December: BBC Symphony Chorus search for director, Radio 3 Breakfast Carol Competition & £50,000 flute stolen

Tuesday 15th December '15

Classical News In today's news, the BBC Symphony Chorus searches for a new director, the London International A Cappella Choral Competition is open to entrants and thieves steal musician's £50,000 flute in London wine bar. Also, …

Opera at Christmas!

Thursday 10th December '15

At this time of year, music is all around us. Choirs sing Handel’s Messiah along with a host of carols and even opera stars sing christmas hits. The theatre has its fair share of Christmas …

24th November: Carol composer, middle class dominates arts & Jouni Kaipainen has died

Tuesday 24th November '15

Classical News In today's news, The Telegraph tells the history of classical music in 50 short pieces, BBC Music Magazine talks to the composer of their 2015 carol and Gramophone reports that the Finish composer Jouni Kaipainen …

Classical Music New Year’s Resolutions

Monday 5th January '15

Classical New Year ResolutionsNew Year equals a new me-right? We in the WildKat PR office have already accepted that our ‘fitness and healthy eating resolutions’ will fail within a week (merely promising to try burns …

2nd December: Mass art forms falling out of fashion: Vienna Philharmonic’s recent auditions: Matchstick Violin

Tuesday 2nd December '14

Classical News The TelegraphMass art forms are falling out of fashion, director Peter Sellars warnsThe opera director Peter Sellars warns a new generation prefer intimate theatre to mass art forms 'dying like vast dinosaurs'All Bach no …

18th December: Elijah Wood to play pianist, Time Out London Kills Classical, and stolen Strad at auction today

Wednesday 18th December '13

BBC News Stolen Stradivarius violin to be sold The stolen Stradivarius violin that was taken from Euston station in 2010 is expected to sell for more than £1m when it is sold at auction todayLimelightWhere are all …

4 Girls 4 Harps announce Christmas tour dates

Friday 4th October '13

4 Girls 4 Harps have announced the dates for their Christmas tour, which will be taking place throughout December. They will also be releasing a festival album featuring arrangements of well-loved and lesser-known carols and …

Nine Lessons and Carols: Lesson 9

Friday 21st December '12

So after our previous eight posts, here is our the final lesson in our series of the nine lessons and carols of a WildKat Christmas! Have a look back over the other lessons, choose your …