4th March: BBC Music’s Ten Pieces return with Hans Zimmer, Aurora Orchestra to stage Brussels concert on Brexit night, Bernard Haitink celebrates 90th birthday

Monday 4th March '19

BBC Music’s Ten Pieces announce new Trailblazers repertoire featuring Hans Zimmer The BBC’s award winning classical music education programme, Ten Pieces, opens the world of classical music to children aged 7-14 and encourages young people to …

21th November: British opera director accused of sexually misconduct, events app Jubal goes online, organist Michel Chapius is dead.

Tuesday 21st November '17

In today's news: David Lewis leaves Opera Australia after child sexual abuse allegations, classical music events app Jubal goes online, ECM Records makes entire catalogue available on streaming platforms. Also, San Francisco Opera presents the world premiere …

4th November: Pianist’s attempt to censor negative review goes viral, Peter Davison to host Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular UK tour, Sakari Oramo is new Malko jury president

Tuesday 4th November '14

Classic FMPianist's attempt to censor negative review goes viralDejan Lazic’s misjudged attempt to remove a Washington Post review has ended up hitting all the wrong notes.TelegraphPeter Davison to present Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular UK tourPeter …

31st July: New York’s Metropolitan Opera threatens to lock out its musicians on Friday, the Sacconi Quartet on why Beethoven in life-changing and Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular to come to the UK

Thursday 31st July '14

Classical News The Guardian New York's Metropolitan Opera labour dispute: a symptom of a company in crisis The largest performing arts organization in the US is threatening to lock out its musicians on Friday, the latest setback for …

12th July: First Night of the Proms, Free Download of Discovered Britten and Failings in Distribution

Friday 12th July '13

The Guardian Conductor Sakari Oramo: the Finn's First Night at the Proms His first gig as chief conductor of the BBCSO will be the most high-pressure there is – to open the Proms. If that doesn't ruffle …

4th July: Poles in the Proms, Alsop Sidelined and Deutsche Grammophon Introduces New Imprint

Thursday 4th July '13

The TelegraphProms 2013: Poles no longer apartEarly Polish music is being celebrated both in concert and on record this summer – something long overdue, says John AllisonWhy Doctor Who is at the cutting edge of …

14th January: Silent Opera, a Virtual Choir and Liszt Meets Pink Floyd

Monday 14th January '13

The IndependentMonteverdi gets the Silent Opera treatmentJessica Duchen visits Trinity Buoy Wharf for the rehearsals for Silent Opera's L'Orfeo. The article can also be read on Jessica's blog here.When a wet tenor wowed Woody AllenFabio Armiliato's …