24th April: Liverpool Philharmonic announces BAPAM partnership, Shortlist announced for Scottish Awards for New Music, Ellen Reid awarded Pulitzer Prize

Wednesday 24th April '19

Liverpool Philharmonic and BAPAM announce new partnership Liverpool Philharmonic has announced a new partnership with the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine (BAPAM). BAPAM provides free, specialist health support to performing artists and will be working in …

27th February: Julie Walters returns to Classic FM, Scottish study on music education and Munich University suspends high-ranking employee

Wednesday 27th February '19

Julie Walters returns to Classic FM for a new series of ‘Turning Points’ Much-loved actress Julie Walters is returning to Classic FM to present a second series of Turning Points from Saturday 2 March, 9-10pm. Turning Points explores the biggest moments in …

WildKat PR Welcomes Ailie Robertson

Tuesday 4th October '16

WildKat PR is delighted to announce that we are working with Ailie Robertson. Ailie is a composer, arranger, and harpist whose styles traverse the boundaries between folk, classical, and even jazz. All of Ailie’s six recordings to …

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 Telegraph Can composers ever effectively commemorate WWI? Modern composers are finding it difficult to strike a properly public tone when honouring the fallen, says Ivan Hewett The Strad Is playing a concerto really the ultimate test of musicianship? Performing …

2nd August: Pavarotti Premiere, Profit Problems for Streaming and Project for Helping Hospital Patients

Friday 2nd August '13

The Times My favourite composer: luminaries name theirs - who’s yours? In celebration of one of Radio 3’s longest-running programmes, musicians and prominent figures name their favourite composer The Telegraph Mark Padmore: 'I don't want the life of a …

21st December: Tristan, Isolde and the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich joins best orchestras of 2012

Friday 21st December '12

Gramophone La Scala cancels ballet season opening performance following strike action Chorus member force cancellation of Romeo and Juliet Arts Journal - Slipped Disc The results: Best and Worst Orchestras of 2012 The LA Philharmonic and the Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich …

19th December: Audience Led Composition, Rieu’s Top Tour and Conflict at La Scala

Wednesday 19th December '12

Gramophone 'Loving Miss Hatto': Victoria Wood on her new film The film's author discusses classical music's great fraud Classic FM André Rieu tour beats Lopez, Bieber sales figures André Rieu's European tour has been named as the second most popular …

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

Tuesday 4th December '12

Gramophone Covent Garden withdraws soprano three days before starring debut Jennifer Rowley replaced by Patrizia Ciofi in Royal Opera’s new Robert le diable Classic FM Tine Thing Helseth announces new smartphone app A new smartphone app from Norwegian trumpeter Tine …

24th October: Christmas Concert in Cinemas, Community Opera, and Classical Music at Midem

Wednesday 24th October '12

Gramophone Glyndebourne to stage new community opera in 2013 Imago, composed by Orlando Gough, will involve 90 local residents in a modern digital tale Classical music steps into the spotlight at midem 2013 A strong conference and showcase programme …

10th October: Duet over Distance, Cairo’s Classical Children, and Burgled Baton.

Wednesday 10th October '12

Gramophone Ashley Wass signs three-disc partnership with Orchid Classics Pianist records transcriptions of Beethoven and Bach, alongside Busoni, Berg and Barber Emphasis on the new at ROH season launch Opera and ballet directors unite to take risks during the …

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