31st October: SOLT and UK Theatre election manifesto calls for more commitment to drama education, Paris: Auction for rare Mozart portrait,

Thursday 31st October '19

SOLT and UK Theatre election manifesto calls for more commitment to drama educationIn the face of the upcoming election, the Society of London Theatre and UK Theatre have released a manifesto that calls for future …

9th November: Cadogan Hall announces Christmas series, Guildhall School awards fellowships & conference shows perspectives for refugee musicians

Wednesday 9th November '16

Classical News In our classical news today, Cadogan Hall announces Christmas series 2016, Guildhall School awards fellowships to Pappano and Hough, and new study finds classical music has calming effect on horses. Also, "Musikland" conference shows …

2nd November: NYOS’s new Artistic Director, BBC 4’s new documentary & Ludovico Einaudi

Wednesday 2nd November '16

Classical News In today's classical news, National Youth Orchestras of Scotland has appointed Nicolas Žekulin as its Chief Executive and Artistic Director. BBC Four has announced the release of a documentary which will explore racial diversity and …

Congratulations to Kirill Petrenko, new Chief Conductor of Berlin Philharmonic

Monday 22nd June '15

Congratulations to the Berlin Philharmonic who have finally chosen a new Chief Conductor: In a new secret election, a large majority of the members of the Berlin Philharmonic, including the designated Chief Conductor of the …

22nd April: Austerity and the arts, a forgotten classic set to rule again at Royal Opera House and ENO announces its 15/16 season.

Wednesday 22nd April '15

Classical News In today's news the English National Opera announce their 2015/16 season, which sees significant reductions in ticket prices. British conductor Stuart Stratford has been appointed by Scottish Opera as the Company’s Music Director after an …