19th June: Historic piano recordings database goes online, Rapper, paid according to federal employee tariff, Klaus Mäkelä at the Orchestre de Paris

Friday 19th June '20

Historic piano recordings database goes onlineMichael Spring, owner of historic piano recordings label APR, has launched a free, comprehensive online database of 78 rpm piano recordings, comprising more than 12,000 entries dating from the 1890s …

31st January: Finalists for 2018 International Opera Awards revealed, Daniel Harding will not renew his contract in Paris, Deutsche Grammophon and IDAGIO announce partnership

Wednesday 31st January '18

In today's news: Philip Glass completes his David Bowie trilogy with Lodger symphony, The finalists for the 2018 International Opera Awards have been announced and The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee has backed …

21st August: Wilhelm Killmayer has died, Octagon Theatre releases redevelopment plans

Monday 21st August '17

In today's news: The influence of the Reformation on western classical music, music-themed afternoon tea, and Inclusive Creativity announces Rich Mix concert. Katharina Wincor and Petr Popelka receive Neeme Järvi Prize, Daniel Hope to play …

Sunwook Kim heads to Wigmore Hall

Monday 5th September '16

WildKat PR is delighted to share news of our continuing collaboration with pianist Sunwook Kim. Sunwook Kim is a South Korean pianist living in London. He came to international recognition aged just eighteen, when he won the …

12th June: Daniel Harding new conductor of Orchestre de Paris, Bayreuth Wagner Festival turns into a soap opera, dressing up for opera is not elitist

Friday 12th June '15

Classical News In today's news, Daniel Harding is named the new music director of the Orchestre de Paris, the Bayreuth Wagner Festival is becoming more of a soap opera than a classical opera and the Spectator …

30th September: Parents think classical music is ‘elitist’, Lindsey Stirling to join Andrea Bocelli UK tour and Atlanta Symphony president resigns.

Tuesday 30th September '14

TelegraphParents think classical music is 'elitist' and only listen to popThese days it is children who introduce classical music to their parents, says former Royal Harpist Catrin FinchDaniel Harding: conductor on a mission to revive …

18th December: Elijah Wood to play pianist, Time Out London Kills Classical, and stolen Strad at auction today

Wednesday 18th December '13

BBC News Stolen Stradivarius violin to be sold The stolen Stradivarius violin that was taken from Euston station in 2010 is expected to sell for more than £1m when it is sold at auction todayLimelightWhere are all …

Interview with NCO’s Sarah Derbyshire

Monday 1st July '13

The National Children's Orchestras of Great Britain are celebrating their 35th Anniversary this year with a Gala Concert at Birmingham Symphony Hall on Saturday 31st August  2013, featuring musicians all the way from the Training Orchestra …

WildKat PR discusses the 2013 BBC Proms Programme

Thursday 18th April '13

Excitement certainly abounds in our office when the BBC Proms programme is announced. This year was no different, from Joyce DiDinato closing the season, Marin Alsop becoming the first female conductor to lead the Last …

6th February: iTunes Goes Classical, Sky-High Streaming Subscriptions and Pirate Music Sites

Wednesday 6th February '13

The Times Daniel Harding on the truth behind the La Scala ban of an opera critic For a top-flight classical conductor, Daniel Harding is surprisingly well-versed in coping with savage criticism.BBC NewsThe Turkish pianist 'Lisztifying' Pink Floyd …

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