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Blackwood to release their immersive debut album, Lost and Found, on September 24th

Friday 27th August '21

Pianist and Bass Clarinet Duo Blackwood to release their immersive debut album Lost and Found on September 24th, with their single "Lost and Found" Out TodayWith over two decades of musical synergy and experience together, …

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16th October: Baby boy plays trumpet with buskers, A “coup de grâce” for the arts sector, Munich’s new cultural powerhouse

Friday 16th October '20

Baby boy steals jazz show as he picks up mini trumpet and plays with buskersIn New Orleans in 2018, a one-year-old boy became the unexpected star of an annual free music festival, held in the …

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WildKat Recommends: Daniel Kidane

Monday 5th October '20

Here at WildKat, we will be recommending five items that we have found inspiring, educational or enjoyable recently. This October, to celebrate Black History Month, WildKat invites a guest to share their recommendations every week, …

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Ensemble Resonanz Releases ‘Tenebre’ From New Album

Friday 27th September '19

Ensemble Resonanz Releases 'Tenebre' From New Album Ensemble Resonanz and composer Bryce Dessner, who are releasing their new album, ‘Tenebre’ with resonanzraum records on October 11, 2019 have released the album's title track, ‘Tenebre’.The 15-minute orchestral work, which is one of …

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Inclusive Creativity is a leading light in accessible music performance

Wednesday 1st November '17

Inclusive Creativity began with a conference at Ulster University in Derry/Londonderry as part of the UK City of Culture celebrations in 2013, when collaborators including Drake Music, Share Music Sweden and Walled City Music were brought …

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13th July: Berliner Staatsoper moves back to proper building & fake news about appeal for funds for Beethovenhalle Bonn retracted

Thursday 13th July '17

In today's news: architects shortlisted to design the Barbican's new concert hall, and a-n launch #FreeMoveCreate campaign to protect freedom of movement in the creative industries. The Berliner Staatsoper moves back to it's proper building, …

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Why amateur music making deserves the UNESCO award

Thursday 15th June '17

On the 29th May, Minister of State Monika Grütters, Minister for Education Martina Münch and Vice president of the German UNESCO committee Prof. Christoph Wulf submitted a certificate for 34 different kinds of cultural heritage …

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12th October: Light’s retirement, results of 2016 Santa Cecilia & Pendle Young Musicians’ Bursary 2016

Wednesday 12th October '16

Classical News In today's classical news, violinist Herbert Light has retired from Philadelphia Orchestra, after 56 years with the ensemble. Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome and Associazione Nazionale Liuteria Artistica Italiana announced the results of the 2016 Santa …

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6th October: Wigmore Hall announces live stream, RCM hosts inaugural Double Bass Festival & two of America’s great orchestras in crisis

Thursday 6th October '16

Classical News In today's news, Wigmore Hall announces first schools concert live stream, the Royal College of Music hosts inaugural Double Bass Festival, and crisis has struck two of America's great orchestras. Also, St. Paul Chamber …

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The Sacconi Chamber Music Festival kicks off tomorrow!

Thursday 19th May '16

Tomorrow the Sacconi Chamber Music Festival kicks off in Folkestone, Kent. From 20 - 22 May it brings many well-known chamber music ensembles and musicians together to celebrate the thrill of live music. The festival will open with …

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