22nd August: Presidential Committee on Arts and Humanities resigns, Big Ben’s chime

Tuesday 22nd August '17

In today's news: Mass resignation of the Presidential Committee on the Arts and Humanities, Outrage as St Sepulchre’s stops taking bookings from musicians, and what tune does Big Ben chime? Bebersee Festival to open with family concert, Dudamel's …

9th June: Bass trombonist wins Royal Over-seas League Competition & Last tickets for Bayreuther Festspiele

Friday 9th June '17

In today's news: Bass trombonist wins Royal Over-seas League Competition, and the last tickets for Bayreuther Festspiele are being sold on sunday. Barenboim takes up YouTube series, and a new book about Maria Callas is …

2nd March: the Women Make Music Fund has announced the findings of a five year evaluation report, and more German people attend classical music concerts

Thursday 2nd March '17

Classical News In today's news: the Women Make Music Fund  has announced the findings of a five year evaluation report, launched in Parliament today, and Chicago’s famed smartbar is set to host a series of workshops as …

22nd November: Eric Whitacre with Pentatonix, Tom Hodge on Collaboration, and the American Stradivarius

Friday 22nd November '13

Classic FM Online Eric Whitacre to work with Pentatonix? The choral composer met the 'Daft Punk' singers in London, discussing the possibility of working together Huffington Post Tom Hodge On The Nature Of Collaboration Composer and Pianist Tom Hodge examines …

19th December – The playwright who led a revolution, and a classical music revolution under Waterloo Station

Monday 19th December '11

Gramophone Hildegard Of Bingen To Be Canonised And Admitted As A Doctor Of The Church. Pope Benedict XVI celebrates the 12th-century mystic and composer. Superconductor Singer's Fall Stops Faust. Wendy White suffers fall during Saturday evening performance. Arts Journal: Slipped Disc Barefoot …