11th June: Ali Stroker wins Tony Award, Summer Residency at The Wallace Collection and free museum entry in Berlin from 2020

Tuesday 11th June '19

Oklahoma! singer Ali Stroker wins Tony Award – the first wheelchair user in history to receive the honour While accepting the prestigious prize in New York, the talented performer dedicated her success to disabled children all …

23rd May: Katherine Jenkins is to perform at the Classic BRIT awards, Rachel Portman wins film music award

Wednesday 23rd May '18

In today's news: In Berlin a theatre is replaced by a shopping centre, Rachel Portman wins the German Film music award, Rheingau Festival honours Yannick Nézet-Séguin, a dutch parody of the Eurovision Song contest winner is …

12th January: Creative industries under threat from no-deal hard Brexit, BBC R3 seeks unsigned women composers, ‘British German Philharmonic Orchestra’ in Bad Homburg

Friday 12th January '18

In today’s news: Creative industries could lose up to £3.3bn and 27,000 jobs from the Brexit, City Music Foundation announces 2017 artists and Radio 3 has teamed up with BBC Music Introducing to discover new …

24th October: Martyn Brabbins is ENO’s music director, PSO musicians and management back to negotiating table & youngest opera composer premieres under Zubin Mehta

Monday 24th October '16

Classical News In our news today, Martyn Brabbins is ENO's new music director, City Music Foundation announces 2016 artists, and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra musicians and management plan to get back to negotiating table. Also, youngest opera …

10th October: Guildhall School of Music takes on first ever rapper, Vienna Philharmonic to invest in historical archives and Classic FM records charity single for Global’s Make Some Noise

Friday 10th October '14

GuardianAustralian opera company drops Carmen over smoking scenesDecision by West Australia Opera has left fans fuming, while PM Tony Abbott calls it ‘political correctness gone crazy’TimesThe Schubert Project: which are his best songs?As the marathon …

3rd October: Courtney Love makes her opera debut, Dvořák’s New World Symphony manuscript comes to US for the first time and City Music Foundation announces classical artists for 2014.

Friday 3rd October '14

GuardianCourtney Love to make her opera debut in New YorkLove ‘wanted to do something challenging’, so she has taken a role in a production at a ‘visionary opera-theatre’ festivalTelegraph Blow your own trumpet The pTrumpet is made …

30th August: City Music Foundation award winners, Tchaikovsky biopic adheres to anti-gay law, and a look at classical music and technology

Friday 30th August '13

Classical Music MagazineCity Music Foundation names inaugural award winnersThe first awards of the City Music Foundation, which aims to help performers at the beginning of their careers, have been announcedThe GuardianTchaikovsky's sexuality 'downplayed' in biopic …

20th May: Maria Schneider, Bergen International Festival and Edward Elgar

Wednesday 29th May '13

The GuardianMusic, TV and film piracy rises among UK internet usersAlmost a third of web users who stream or download content did so at least once illegally in the quarter to the end of January. The …

28th May: Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, London Symphony Orchestra and Eric Whitacre

Tuesday 28th May '13

The GuardianWhat does a £2,500 record sound like?Audiophile Pete Hutchison has gone to extraordinary lengths to reissue golden era classical recordings in their purest form. Fervor: Remembering Lorraine Hunt LiebersonAhead of the Orchestra of the Age …