20th October: Warner Music Prize, piano falls & ‘portfolio’ musicians needed

Tuesday 20th October '15

Classical News In today's news, violinist Augustin Hadelich wins the Warner Music Prize, Classic FM reports on a grand piano falling off the stage shortly before a performance by pianist Stefan Vladar & Sir Karl Jenkins …

#vlogtober 13th, page-turning can be challenging

Tuesday 13th October '15

 At a concert at the Sendesaal in Bremen, Anna Reszniak catches falling pages of music during a performance by violinist Christian Tetzlaff and pianist Lars Vogt.

18th September: Gramophone Awards Highlights, Connolly on Arts Education and Sir David Willcocks Obituary

Friday 18th September '15

Classical News In today's news, Classic FM reports on Gramophone Awards highlights, and Sarah Connolly argues that the government neglects arts education and funding at its peril. Also, BBC Music Magazine writes Sir David Willcock's obituary Classic FM Gramophone …

26th November: Sculpting a new Southbank, Cricket ‘choir’, and Chaos for Rome Opera

Tuesday 26th November '13

Classic FM Online Cricket 'choir' sounds like human voices A 'choir of crickets' that sounds like humans singing has divided the critics after a Soundcloud clip has surfaced online National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain announces 2014 players Following …