18th June: UK creative industries projected to lose 400,000 jobs, Praemium Imperiale postponed, Classical music festivals held this summer, Spotify Is Killing Beethoven

Thursday 18th June '20

‘On the brink of devastation’: UK creative industries projected to lose 400,000 jobsThe UK’s creative sector is “on the brink of devastation”, according to a report from the Creative Industries Federation.Due to the impact …

30th September: Creative Industries Federation and Creative England to join forces, Neues von den Bamberger Symphonikern zur Saisoneröffnung, Canada: une tournée symphonique de réseautage entre musiciens amateurs et professionnels

Monday 30th September '19

Creative Industries Federation and Creative England to join forcesThe Creative Industries Federation and Creative England have announced they are joining forces to create a new super organisation. Launching in Spring 2020, the combined entity will …

News: Help Musicians UK partner with Women in Music, Tête à Tête announce summer programme, and a piano-playing bear

Thursday 8th June '17

In today's news Help Musicians UK and Women in Music have announced a partnership, and the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition connects local students with world-class musicians. Tête à Tête have announced the programme for their …

14th July: Proms 2016 highlights, new BBC iWonder guide & Bach manuscript sells for £2.5 million

Thursday 14th July '16

Classical News In today's news, The Guardian's pick of what not to miss at the Proms, a new BBC iWonder guide explores how playing an instrument can improve one’s life, and Guildhall School appoints Lynne Williams …

Brexit and its impact on the Arts & Culture Industry

Friday 24th June '16

The UK voted yesterday in a historic referendum and made the decision to leave the European Union by 51.9%. Not only is the country still hugely divided in opinion, but the immediate reaction came with the …

The Culture Debate: Our Take

Friday 10th April '15

On Wednesday evening, the WildKat London team were pleased to attend The Culture Debate in the Linbury Studio Theatre at the Royal Opera House. The debate, organised by the Creative Industries Federation and live streamed …

10th February: Alan Gilbert is leaving the New York Philharmonic, Cellos are too big to be transported in the cabin says Air Canada, Culture ministers in pre-election spotlight

Tuesday 10th February '15

Classical News The GuardianAlan Gilbert is to leave the New York Philharmonic: who will replace him?Gilbert’s announcement means another key conducting job falls vacant.The TelegraphSimon Rattle: ready to join the bestAs Britain's greatest living conductor comes …