19th September: Research grants totaling almost £1m awarded to the Royal College of Music, Solange Knowles intentionally plays in white cultural institutions, Le Grand Théâtre de Tours profite des journées du patrimoine

Thursday 19th September '19

Research grants totaling almost £1m awarded to the Royal College of MusicThe Royal College of Music has been awarded three grants totaling almost £1m for new research projects launching in 2019/20.‘Music, Migration and Mobility: The …

7th July: Anthony Roth Costanzo presents Handel Rarity in new York, French composer Pierre Henry died at age 89

Friday 7th July '17

In today’s news: A concert in memory of composer Michael Hirsch at the Deutsche Oper, the lasts secrets of Maria Callas to be revealed in Paris, West End director warns of targeting a younger audience …

Die Eröffnung der Elbphilharmonie – Ein Einblick in die Presse

Tuesday 17th January '17

Alle sprechen darüber. In der Klassikwelt gibt es in diesen Tagen kaum ein anderes Thema als das neue Wahrzeichen Hamburgs: Am vergangenen Mittwoch wurde die neue Elbphilharmonie feierlich eröffnet und damit eine neue Ära eingeläutet.Die …

23rd March: Wigglesworth resigns as ENO’s music director, Timothy Ridout wins viola competition & music during early childhood

Wednesday 23rd March '16

Classical News In today's news, Mark Wigglesworth resigns as ENO's music director, Timothy Ridout wins 2016 Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition, David Bowie mural in Brixton, London to be listed, the impact of music on early childhood …

22nd March: Choir of the homeless, Cressida Pollock’s ENO statement & drumming positive for mental health

Tuesday 22nd March '16

Classical News In our news today, former director of New York’s Metropolitan Opera teaching choir of the homeless, Cressida Pollock to save the English National Opera and RCM reports on study, revealing that drumming has a positive impact on …

2nd February: Dudamel Super Bowl, Aurèle Nicolet dies & Per Nørgård Siemens Music Prize

Tuesday 2nd February '16

Classical News In today’s news, Classical Music Magazine reports that Dudamel and the Youth Orchestra LA are to perform at the Super Bowl, Aurèle Nicolet dies aged 90 and young conductor leads CBSO. Also, Per Nørgård …

31st July: Beatrice Rana signs to Warner, Ivan Moravec dies, sexing up classical music

Friday 31st July '15

Classical News In today's news, should we 'sex up' classical music, Beatrice Rana signs to Warner Classics and Czech pianist Ivan Moravec dies. The Guardian Classical music completists, unite! What mighty cycles shall we stage at the Proms? Many stamina-testing, technically …

17th July: first night of the Proms, auto-translating glasses, Alan Curtis dies

Friday 17th July '15

Classical News In today's news, Ivan Hewett reports on the problem with the opening night of the Proms, auto-translating opera glasses are tested out in Avignon and Alan Curtis dies. The Telegraph The problem with the First Night …

30th June: Christian Thielemann to be music director at Bayreuth, William Tell: nudity and rape scene greete with boos at Royal Opera House, Sir Simon Rattle to be Artist-in-Association with Barbican Centre and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama

Tuesday 30th June '15

Classical News In today's news, The Times reports that a teenager has joined the cyborgs with a microchip implant and Eric Whitacre explains how music makes us happy. Nudity and a rape scene in the Royal …

18th June: longest ever piece of classical music, orchestras join Google Play, Soares wins ROSL competition

Thursday 18th June '15

Classical news In today's news, the longest ever piece of classical music is written, orchestras join with Google Play and Alexander Soares wins ROSL competition. Also, Apple Music set to disrupt Indie Music and presidential advisor …

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