June 12th: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland hosts digital open day, Leftists want to anchor culture in Basic Law, Stéphane Lissner departs from Opéra de Paris

Friday 12th June '20

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland hosts first digital open dayThe Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is set to host its first digital open day for prospective students amid the Covid-19 pandemic.Scotland’s national conservatoire will open its doors …

15th May: The Sixteen go Digital, Kunstfestspiele Herrenhausen postponed, Classical Music more popular, Hollywood Bowl Summer Canceled

Friday 15th May '20

The Sixteen announces digital content scheduleThe Sixteen, with founder Harry Christophers, has launched ‘Quarantine with The Sixteen’, a regular schedule of digital content including video diaries and recipes as well as larger virtual choirs, archive …

20th March: The Philharmonic Turntable Orchestra makes history, CBSO pay tribute to Debussy, and “Forty Girls” is performed.

Tuesday 20th March '18

In today's news: An orchestra has been made entirely out of turntables, Sonic Boom festival provides opportunities for young composers, "Forty Girls is performed in Uzbekistan, New Century appionts Daniel Hope as music director, Anne-Sophie …

8th November: London concert hall’s loss of funding disappoints conductors, Welsh National Opera performs in Dubai & Berlin Philharmonic on last US tour with Sir Simon Rattle

Tuesday 8th November '16

Classical News In today's classical news, London concert hall project's loss of funding disappoints conductors, Welsh National Opera is to perform in Dubai, and ICMP announces new songwriting degree. Also, Berlin Philharmonic are on their last …