March 26th – April 1st: Royal Albert Hall Associate Artists Programme, The Fight for Female Composers In Germany, Cello Player Suspended, Opéra de Paris, In Honour fo Anne Parsons

Friday 1st April '22

Royal Albert Hall Launches Associate Artists ProgrammeThe Royal Albert Hall has announced the launch of its associate artists programme. The hall’s first four associate artists will be saxophonist Jess Gillam, organist Anna Lapwood, choreographer Corey Baker, and spoken-word performer LionHeart.The artists …

Welcome Brandon Keith Brown!

Tuesday 16th January '18

WildKat PR is delighted to be working with young American conductor Brandon Keith Brown, who is rapidly attracting international attention.As 3rd Prize Winner of the International Conducting Competition Sir Georg Solti 2012 with the Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra he was …

WildKat Welcomes Brandon Keith Brown!

Tuesday 9th January '18

WildKat PR freut sich sehr, mit dem jungen US-amerikanischen Dirigenten Brandon Keith Brown zusammenzuarbeiten, der schnell internationale Aufmerksamkeit auf sich zieht.Bei seinem Abschlusskonzert als 3. Preisträger des internationalen Dirigentenwettbewerb Sir Georg Solti 2012 mit dem …

10th November: Frank Gehry new design plans for YOLA, L.A. Phil announces big plans for centennial season, Chicago Opera Theater former box office manager steals more than $100k

Friday 10th November '17

In today’s news: Frank Gehry's plans for a new home for the L.A. Phil's youth orchestra program, Chicago Opera Theater employee steals more than $100k, L.A Phil's ambitious plans for its 2018/19 season, Berlin State Opera …

3rd March:Boston Symphony plans visit to Germany & New School adopts historical venue into campus

Friday 3rd March '17

In today's news, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (DSO) receives a generous grant of $600,000 from the Dresner Foundation, and Spotify has surpassed 50 million subscribers, extending its lead over rivals Apple Music, SoundCloud and Google as …

7th June: Sydney Opera House film, Simon Rattle on his return to London & Lang Lang makes recital debut in New Zealand

Tuesday 7th June '16

Classical News In our news today, a new film will show the history of the Sydney Opera House, Sir Simon Rattle comments on his return to London & Lang Lang will make his New Zealand recital …

3rd June: Met Opera’s new music director, short-term funding for EUYO & Ayana Tsuji wins Violin Competition

Friday 3rd June '16

Classical News In our news today, Yannick Nézét-Séguin takes over as music director of New York's Metropolitan Opera, the European Union Youth Orchestra (EUYO) has been secured with short-term funding & Ayana Tsuji wins the Montreal International Violin Competition. Also, Bavarian State …

30th May: Lugano Festival to be closed, Detroit Symphony Orchestra receives donation & winner of Queen Elisabeth Competition announced

Monday 30th May '16

Classical News In today's news, Lugano Festival to be closed due to funding stop, Tobias Picker will become artistic director of Tulsa Opera, and Detroit Symphony Orchestra receives donation for its music education programs. Also, Czech …

28th April: 11 year old boy youngest person to get music degree, BBC Proms’ problem is the lack of imagination, International Opera Awards are announced and latest news about new concert hall in Munich

Tuesday 28th April '15

Classical News In today’s news, 11 year old Curtis Elton is the youngest person to get a LTCL diploma from Trinity College, harsh critics of the BBC Proms and Carolyn Sampson talks about the about the …

21st November: Baghdad’s ballet school: a tiny island of creativity amid inescapable violence, World’s smallest portrait of Mozart sells for £218,500 and Opera Holland Park could receive £5m to become independent.

Friday 21st November '14

Classical News GuardianBaghdad's ballet school: a tiny island of creativity amid inescapable violenceThough the Iraqi capital’s past as a cultural center is a distant memory, the music and ballet school has remained a cultural safe haven …

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