14th December: Grammy nominations, Maximilian Orders and saving Stradivari’s spruces

Friday 14th December '18

What happened in this week's #ClassicalNews? Classical Grammy nominations announced The 2018 Grammy nominations have been announced, with several string performances among the classical contenders.Laurie Anderson and the Kronos Quartet were nominated in the Best Chamber Music/Small …

3rd February: International Boris Goldstein Violin Competition responds to criticism, Rattle appears London-bound despite unlikelihood of new concert hall, Munich needs a new concert hall

Tuesday 3rd February '15

Classical News The Guardian Donetsk opera house: tanks on the street but the show must go on The city’s opera house remains open despite the dangers posed by the conflict between local separatists and Ukrainian forces Facing the music: …

4th May: Timothy Andres, Alan Hacker obituary and RPS Gold Medal for Uchida

Friday 4th May '12

The TelegraphTimothy Andres: New face American pianist and composer Timothy Andres started improvising pieces at the age of six.The GuardianAlan Hacker obituaryInspiring clarinettist who played a key role in new music and performance on period instruments.NY …

25th April: Gerald Barry, The Flying Dutchman and ENO

Wednesday 25th April '12

The TelegraphGerald Barry talks about his new opera The Importance of Being ErnestGerald Barry, composer, sees a kindred spirit in the great playwright Oscar Wilde.The GuardianEnglish National Opera's new season includes controversial Disney storyFictionalised account …