4th May: Edinburgh Receives New Concert Venue & Sea Music Sculpture Restoration

Thursday 4th May '17

In today's news: Devon's new music project brings free music for the people, Edinburgh receives new concert venue, and an expensive restoration for a world-renowned music statue. The music schools of Baden-Württemberg team face consequences of new …

29th June: Guest lists and gigs help refugees, Barenboim on Brexit & Yo-Yo Ma movie

Wednesday 29th June '16

Classical News In our news today, pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim comments on Brexit, a new documentary about Yo-Yo Ma & Germany shows London how to raise money for charity through guest lists and gigs. Also, …

23rd February: Meredith ditches classical, Watford Colosseum & Beares Auction’s new platform

Tuesday 23rd February '16

Classical News In today's news, Beares Auctions launches new perpetual service and Anna Meredith, the proms composer ditches classical music for club bangers. Also, a series of world class classical concerts will be held at Watford …

11th September: Arvo Pärt will be 80, interview with Jonas Kaufmann and how getting more woman conducting?

Friday 11th September '15

Classical News In today's news, The Times highlights a new "chill-out" movement in classical music, while Klassik Akzente announces that John Williams is composing the soundtrack for the new Star Wars film. Also a conversation with …

5th November: One-handed pianist Nicholas McCarthy to play Remembrance Day concerts, $100k prize for young classical musicians announced and Arts Council England must prioritise future spending outside M25.

Wednesday 5th November '14

Classical News IndependentPhilip Glass: From Glassworks to GlassfestWith his latest opera and a retrospective of his work travelling the country, the world's best known classical composer tells Jessica Duchen why he’s still touring and performing at …

12th March: Beethoven and Beer, Opera Drama and a Titanic Tuba

Tuesday 12th March '13

The Guardian With George Benjamin's Written on Skin, British opera takes a bold step into the future George Benjamin and Martin Crimp's new opera, Written on Skin, is a landmark in British opera – and there's more …

15th January: Orchestra at the Airport, Violin Found in Trash and Classical Goes Vinyl

Tuesday 15th January '13

Classic FMLondon Philharmonic Orchestra to soothe Heathrow's nervous fliersNervous passengers will be soothed by the sounds of the London Philharmonic Orchestra at Heathrow Airport throughout 2013.The TelegraphClassical vinyl: what goes around comes aroundAdam Sweeting meets …

4th December: Sound of Music Remake, A Play on Handel and Soprano’s Debut Delayed

Tuesday 4th December '12

GramophoneCovent Garden withdraws soprano three days before starring debutJennifer Rowley replaced by Patrizia Ciofi in Royal Opera’s new Robert le diableClassic FMTine Thing Helseth announces new smartphone appA new smartphone app from Norwegian trumpeter Tine …

30th October: Philharmonic at Heathrow, Remastered Ring Recording, and Former Footballer Turns Operatic

Tuesday 30th October '12

GramophoneDecca marks Solti anniversary with remastered Ring in deluxe box-setGramophone has five to give away!Pavel Kolesnikov wins Honens International Piano CompetitionRussian pianist receives cash prize worth $100,000 and three-year artistic development programme worth $500,000Classic FMFormer …