9th March: Women composers, Cheltenham Music Festival, Game Developers Conference in San Francisco

Monday 9th March '15

Classical News Guardian Women composers: genius is gender blind – and so should we be Classical music’s past might be dominated by men, but we can ensure its future isn’t. I’m delighted to be part of Radio 3’s …

6th March: Mid-concert selfie stage invasions, why does music give us chills, and censorship claims in US after youth orchestra cancels composer’s Nazi-quoting new work

Friday 6th March '15

Classical News GuardianMid-concert selfie stage invasions – hasn't Dvorák suffered enough?What punishment for the narcissist who leapt on the Royal Festival Hall stage to take a selfie during Dvořák’s New World symphony? If only life were …

12th May: Julian Lloyd Webber talks about his injury, a new ‘virtual orchestra’ app & Austria tops ‘classical Eurovision’ survey

Monday 12th May '14

The Telegraph Julian Lloyd Webber: 'I cried on stage. I’m not sure I will play again’ The cellist Julian Lloyd Webber talks for the first time about the injury that has ended his stellar career. Business Standard New app …

25th March: Roger Wright leaves BBC, iTunes considers a streaming service & San Diego Opera to close

Tuesday 25th March '14

Guardian 7 ways a streaming iTunes could compete with Spotify and its rivals Apple rumoured to be in talks with labels over on-demand service. How will it disrupt the competition? Roger Wright to leave BBC after 15 years …

21st March: New tax relief scheme for arts organisations, BBCSSO announces 2014/15 season & La Scala’s new boss combats catcalling

Friday 21st March '14

Classical Music MagazineIndustry welcomes tax relief on production costsArts Council England has welcomed a new scheme for arts and cultural organisations to claim specific tax relief on production costs, announced in Chancellor George Osborne’s budget …

31st January: The debate on classical continues, Mozart vs Salieri, and Dave Mustaine to perform with San Diego Symphony

Friday 31st January '14

Classic FM OnlineMegadeth's Dave Mustaine to be guest soloist with San Diego SymphonyThe guitarist with heavy metal band Megadeth, Dave Mustaine, will take centre stage in a concert with the San Diego Symphony OrchestraEric Whitacre …

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

Friday 22nd November '13

Classic FM OnlineEric Whitacre to work with Pentatonix?The choral composer met the 'Daft Punk' singers in London, discussing the possibility of working togetherHuffington PostTom Hodge On The Nature Of CollaborationComposer and Pianist Tom Hodge examines …

8th August 2013: Spotify rival launched, The Hobbit soundtrack and Eric Whitacre on VC4

Thursday 8th August '13

The GuardianGoogle launches Spotify rival Music All Access in the UKSubscription-based music service aims to undercut Spotify and other rivals with £7.99-a-month offer for early signupsZubin Mehta to conduct concert in KashmirMumbai-born maestro to perform …

2nd August: Pavarotti Premiere, Profit Problems for Streaming and Project for Helping Hospital Patients

Friday 2nd August '13

The Times My favourite composer: luminaries name theirs - who’s yours? In celebration of one of Radio 3’s longest-running programmes, musicians and prominent figures name their favourite composerThe TelegraphMark Padmore: 'I don't want the life of a …

#BristolProms with Daniel Hope and Guy Johnston

Wednesday 10th July '13

A little way down the road from all the excitement of the world's greatest classical music festival, Bristol Old Vic will be hosting their own version of The Proms. Inspired by the hugely popular promenade …

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