8th April: Carmen with a twist, the video game composer shaking up classical music and Kent Nagano – classical music could be ‘gone in a generation’

Wednesday 8th April '15

Classical News Independent Carmen with a twist: From toreador to city boy Simon Stephens' modern take on Bizet's opera makes Carmen a man and Escamillo a hedge-funder Guardian Nobuo Uematsu: the video game composer shaking up classical music The Japanese musician …

7th April: Alexander Rahbari says Tehran Symphony Orchestra’s return after three years is due to President Rouhani, Video games music star in Classic FM Hall of Fame 2015, Boston Symphony Orchestra’s longest serving violinist dies

Tuesday 7th April '15

Classical News The GuardianTehran's reborn symphony orchestra: an ovation before playing a noteAfter a three-year hiatus, orchestra has been revived with an ambitious programme and a world-class conductor, Alexander Rahbari – and he says it’s all …

Vlog: WildKat PR chat about their Classic FM Hall of Fame 2015 choices

Friday 13th February '15

With the voting currently open for the annual Classic FM Hall of Fame, we in the WildKat PR London office took some time to talk about our three choices and why we love them so …

22nd April: Multi-million dollar Strad purchased using bitcoin, NMC overcomes funding crisis and Classic FM Hall of Fame

Tuesday 22nd April '14

The StradLeoGroup purchases multi-million dollar Stradivarius violin with digital currency bitcoinFinancial advisory firm Leo Group LLC has purchased a multi-million dollar Stradivarius violin from the maker’s ‘golden period’ using bitcoin – the first time an instrument of …

2nd April: Alexander Goehr’s Music, Tine Thing Helseth and the first interactive classical performance

Tuesday 2nd April '13

GuardianA Guide to Alexander Goehr's MusicWithout Goehr's appreciation of history, musical modernism would have taken even longer to reach Britain than it did. The TelegraphTine Thing Helseth, trumpet player interview: 'I was a crazy Spice Girls …