27th March: an interview with Christian Poltéra and Tetzlaff Quartett compares pieces from Schubert and Haydn

Monday 27th March '17

Classical News In today's news: music lessons have become increasingly harder to access in schools, and Urban Development has announced today (March 27) that it has secured nearly £600,000 in funding for 2017/18. Dozens of musicians …

14th March: Classical Bieber, an Opera Loving Pope and Twitter Music App

Thursday 14th March '13

The Guardian Royal Opera music director rails at young opera stars' 'weakness' Antonio Pappano claims that 'they are weaker in their bodies or don't care' and are too ready to pull out of productions The Independent Justin Bieber song …

13th March: Red Nose Day, Instrument Passports and Pianist Performs at St Pancras

Wednesday 13th March '13

The TelegraphThe Big Question: There's an anti-intellectualism in BritainThe first of the Big Question debates at the Royal Opera House prompted composer Mark-Anthony Turnage to say there's anti-intellectualism in Britain.Classical Music MagazineABRSM’s new chief executive …

18th February: Baroque Music Marathon, Cantonese Opera and Music Appreciation Studies

Monday 18th February '13

The IndependentAndrea Bocelli: 'Polygamy is more intelligent'Blindness has never stopped the Italian tenor doing what he wants. And, he tells Adam Sherwin, his critics don’t know what they’re talking aboutThe Guardian Cantonese opera, Hong Kong - …

Radio 3 Presenter Does Stand Up for Comic Relief!

Thursday 10th March '11

To raise money for Comic Relief, yesterday 6 brave BBC presenters took to the stage to perform a 3-minute stand-up routine, including BBC Radio 3's Tom Service. Tom is the presenter for Music Matters, Radio …