23rd April: Heather Harper obituary, Chicago Symphony Orchestra strike continues and Martin Böttcher has died aged 91

Tuesday 23rd April '19

Soprano Heather Harper has died aged 88 The soprano Heather Harper, who has died aged 88, was one of the best loved and most respected singers of her generation. She graced the concert and opera stages …

4th March: Women composers and performers, Abbado’s musical estate to come to Berlin & Aribert Reimann’s 80th birthday

Friday 4th March '16

Classical News In today's news, BBC Music Magazine is looking forward to five performances of women composers and performers to celebrate International Women's Day on 8th March. Also, the Queen visiting the National Youth Orchestra, the …

7th June: Peter Maxwell Davies, Sergei Leiferkus and the Clandeboye Festival

Thursday 7th June '12

The TelegraphPeter Maxwell Davies: The old rebel has a new causeSir Peter Maxwell Davies talks about the inspiration for his Ninth symphony.The GuardianCarmen in the desert: Israeli Opera promises hot staging at BizetDead Sea and …

29th May: Ian Bostridge, Nico Muhly and Chris Botti

Tuesday 29th May '12

The TelegraphThomas Blumire: young composer who defies barriersAt 19, Thomas Blumire is a promisingly talented and already accomplished composer, currently hoping to study for a degree in music.Ian Bostridge on Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau: 'I'd never have …

25th May: The International Wimbledon Music Festival, King Priam and Anne-Sophie Mutter

Friday 25th May '12

The TelegraphOnline piano star Valentina Lisitsa gets Royal Albert Hall debutYouTube star and and virtuoso pianist Valentina Lisitsa signs record deal and will play a concert at the Royal Albert Hall.Jessica DuchenA Music World FairThis …

24th May: David Munrow, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and Wigmore Hall

Thursday 24th May '12

The TelegraphDavid Munrow: Tragic genius who brought early music to the massesThe short but brilliant life of David Munrow blazed a trial for his passion.Become part of the virtual Philharmonic OrchestraAn interactive digital installation allows …

22nd May: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Jonathan Dove and Nikolay Khozyainov

Tuesday 22nd May '12

The TelegraphFranciscan Friar becomes first to sign major record dealA Franciscan tenor has become the first ever friar to sign a major recording contract, after music executives heard him sing in his native Italy.Interview: composer …