January 22nd – January 28th: Fabric London at the Opera, Impact of the Pandemic on German Orchestras, Paris Opera Competition Winners 2022, New Pandemic Song Cycle in San Francisco

Friday 28th January '22

Fabric London and the English National Opera's New Music ProjectFabric London and the English National Opera embark on a brand new musical project, bringing live electronic music to the iconic London Coliseum for the very first …

WildKat PR’s International Offices Will Donate To Charities To Support Musicians Across the Globe

Monday 20th December '21

Raising spirits and well-being this holiday: WildKat PR is giving thanks to those who help us by donating to charities in the music industryThis Holiday, WildKat offices have come together to give to various charities …

November 6th – November 12th: Arts Council England’s New Report, Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation, Marc Korovitch, Sphinx Venture Fund Promotes Diversity

Friday 12th November '21

Arts Council England's new Report Reveals The Need For More Support For Promising MusiciansIn response to the report, Arts Council England has announced the launch of a project working witht the music indistry to help …

16th October – 22nd October: Gateways Music Festival Awarded $800,000, In Honour of Bernard Haitink & Edita Gruberova, Two New York Orchestras Return

Friday 22nd October '21

Gateways Music Festival awarded $800,000 from Andrew W. Mellon FoundationGateways Music Festival has today announced, in association with the Eastman School of Music, the receipt of an $800,000 award from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. …

18th September – 24th September: Choral Music Sales Rise 700%, Vogler and Oberlinger Receive Order of Merit, The Festival d’Aix-en-Provence, Orchestra Receives $2.1M for EDI Efforts

Friday 24th September '21

Presto Music Reports 700% Year on Year Rise in Choral Music SalesPresto Music has reported a 700% year-on-year rise in choral music sales for July 2021, suggesting the imminent return of choirs post-lockdown. Choral music sales …

11th September – 17th September: Kazuki Yamada As New CBSO Chief Conductor, Teodor Currentzis Stays With SWR Symphony Orchestra, Gustavo Dudamel In Paris, Jaap van Zweden Resigns As Music Director

Friday 17th September '21

CBSO Names Kazuki Yamada As The New Chief ConductorThe City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra today announces that its next chief conductor is to be Kazuki Yamada. The Japanese musician, born in 1979, has been CBSO’s principal …

4th September – 10th September: New Generation Baroque Ensemble, Cate Blanchett and the Dresden Philharmonic, Conductor Michel Corboz Has Died, YouTube Music Passes 50 Million

Friday 10th September '21

Ensemble Molière Announced as the First New Generation Baroque EnsembleBBC Radio 3, the National Centre for Early Music (NCEM) and the Royal College of Music (RCM) have announced Ensemble Molièreas the first New Generation Baroque …

28th August – 3rd September: Bernardi Music Group String Academy, From Nuremberg to Berlin, Alice Orange Leaves Sablé Festival, LA Phil Dudamel Fellows 2021-22

Friday 3rd September '21

Bernardi Music Group String Academy For Young MusiciansThe Sussex-based Bernardi Music Group has announced it will continue its String Academy, offering the opportunity for select young musicians to perform at the 21st anniversary of the …

21st – 27th August: Scottish Government launches touring Fund, Opus Klassik Results, American orchestras champion diversity, Proof of Vaccination required in venues

Friday 27th August '21

Scottish Government launches £750,000 touring Fund for Live MusicA new fund, called Scotland on Tour, has been announced by the Scottish government and aims to support the staging of concerts between January 2022 and January …

31st July – 6th August: £750 Million Insurance Scheme For Live Sector, Thomann and Co. fined millions, A New Audience in French Music Shops, Olympian Challenge of Orchestral Hiring Process

Friday 6th August '21

£750 Million Government-backed Insurance Scheme boosts Live Events SectorChancellor Rishi Sunak has announced a £750 million insurance scheme, in a move that will support the beleaguered live events sector as it recovers from the effects …

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