26th June: Tchaikovsky Competition Finalists Announced! PRS Foundation Keychange Pledge, Mariss Jansons Cancellation

Wednesday 26th June '19

Tchaikovsky Competition 2019 Piano Finalists Announced! The finalists of the 16th International Tchaikovsky Competition have been revealed. The mostly hotly viewed category, the piano, once again had a surprise up its sleeve. Instead of a final …

10th May: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic announces 2019/20 season, BBC Radio 3 reveals New Generation Artists, and Bamberg Symphony unveils theme for 2019/20 season

Friday 10th May '19

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra 2019-2020 season announced The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2019-20 season, the 14th under the baton of chief conductor Vasily Petrenko (pictured), has been announced.Ten years on from his landmark Mahler cycle in …

18th January: UK Music’s Jo Dipple is to step down as Chief Executive, RNCM appoints first International Chair of Opera & The Barbican’s 2017/18 season

Wednesday 18th January '17

Classical News In today's classical news, Jo Dipple, current UK Music's Chief Executive is to step down in June. The Barbican has announced its 2017/18 season. Royal Northern College of Music appoints Graham Vick CBE as its first international …

13th January: New Allegri Quartet first violinist, UMG theatre & Chetham’s appoints new head

Wednesday 13th January '16

Classical News In today's news, Martyn Jackson is appointed first violin of the Allegri Quartet and Universal Music Group takes the first steps towards becoming a theatre maker. Also, Chetham's School of Music appoints Alun Jones …

20th October: Warner Music Prize, piano falls & ‘portfolio’ musicians needed

Tuesday 20th October '15

Classical News In today's news, violinist Augustin Hadelich wins the Warner Music Prize, Classic FM reports on a grand piano falling off the stage shortly before a performance by pianist Stefan Vladar & Sir Karl Jenkins …

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 …

14th November: The world’s fastest-playing pianist, James Horner: How I wrote Pas de Deux and 42nd International Viola Congress to take place in Portugal this month.

Friday 14th November '14

Classical News TelegraphWatch: the world's fastest-playing pianistUkrainian Lubomyr Melnyk claims that he plays 19.5 piano notes on each hand every secondClassic FMHow I wrote… Pas de Deux – James HornerThe 'Titanic' takes us through his first …

31st October: Can composers ever effectively commemorate WWI? Creative Scotland diverts extra £10m funding and Carnegie Hall to start livestreaming recitals.

Friday 31st October '14

Classical News TelegraphCan composers ever effectively commemorate WWI?Modern composers are finding it difficult to strike a properly public tone when honouring the fallen, says Ivan HewettThe StradIs playing a concerto really the ultimate test of musicianship?Performing …

Lionel Bringuier to conduct BBC Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican Centre

Tuesday 21st January '14

Fast approaching on Wednesday 29th January is conductor Lionel Bringuier's concert, in which he will be conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra at the Barbican Centre in London.The programme is set to include works by composers such …

Life of late: violinist Daniel Hope

Wednesday 31st July '13

Acclaimed violinist and WildKat PR client Daniel Hope has enjoyed a busy musical life of late: appearing at the BBC Proms on Monday (29th July) performing Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No.2 with the BBC National Orchestra …

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