30th September: ABRSM launches new remotely-assessed performance exam, Esposito appointed as Bavarian chamber singer, COVID outbreak forces Rouen Opera to cancel Tannhäuser production

Wednesday 30th September '20

New remotely-assessed exam places performance skills at the centreThe ABRSM has announced the launch of a ‘landmark’ exam which marks students entirely on their performance of their chosen music. Candidates will submit videos of their performances, …

2nd March: Andrea Bocelli wins Best Classical Artist, Leipzig to receive the European Heritage Label, Sound and Music to celebrate women throughout March

Friday 2nd March '18

In today's news, concert at St. John's Smith Square to raise money for Syrian homeless, Andrea Bocelli wins Best Classical Award, Sound and Music to celebrate women throughout March, calls for gender party across the …

BBC Music Magazine Awards: Success for Accentus!

Thursday 20th April '17

Last night, Kat, Olivia, James and Eliza attended the BBC Music Magazine Awards at Kings Place in London.After a couple of glasses of fizz, we began the awards ceremony.  Oliver Condy, Editor of BBC Music …

27th October: Vale of Glamorgan Festival launches composer scheme, Paul Rissmann and the opera & Philip Glass reflects on his life

Thursday 27th October '16

Classical News In today's news, the Vale of Glamorgan Festival launches composer scheme, Paul Rissmann aims to demystify what is often seen as the most elitist of musical forms, and Philip Glass reflects on a life …

An Apple a day won’t keep WildKat PR away!

Monday 23rd February '15

Tomorrow afternoon Richard Birkin will be performing at the Apple Store on Regent Street.At 7:15pm composer Richard Birkin performs his new EP 'Songs for Spoken Words' in its entirety. Joined by the Iskra Quartet, the …

23rd February: Academy Awards, Britain’s problems with music education funding and trying to beat the world record “Drums4Peace”

Monday 23rd February '15

Classical News Guardian Simon Rattle is waving his baton at the wrong cause The charismatic conductor may get his way with a new concert hall, but classical music’s problems lie elsewhere, in Britain’s music education funding Telegraph Jonas Kaufmann: classical …

WildKat PR welcome back Silent Opera with their production ‘Giovanni’

Thursday 18th December '14

WildKat PR is thrilled to be working on our third production with Silent Opera - their production of Giovanni.Silent Opera are a young, innovative opera company creating immersive, original and technologically challenging work in the …

3rd June: Brigitte Fassbaender is 75 today, Stéphane Denève appointed chief conductor of the Brussels Philharmonic and music streaming to be counted in the classical chart

Thursday 3rd July '14

Classical News theartsdesk.com Brigitte Fassbaender is 75 today A great singer and musical force for the good talks about opera from two sides and Lieder. Classical-music.com Stéphane Denève is appointed chief conductor of the Brussels PhilharmonicThe French conductor takes the …

12th February: Sweethearts sharing the stage, Price of Wales discusses classical music, and ‘Japanese Beethoven’ faces the music

Wednesday 12th February '14

The Huffington PostCan Women Save Classical Music?Changing statistics on classical music listenersNPRClassical Couples: Sweethearts Sharing The StageHappily, the arrows are still flying and the roster of musical matchups keeps growing. For this Valentine's Day, NPR …

Celebrating five years

Friday 5th April '13

Today is WildKat PR's fifth birthday and we have been reflecting in the office on some of the many highlights - events and concerts we have attended, as well as musicians and organisations we have …

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