WildKat welcomes American soprano Angel Blue

Wednesday 18th March '20

WildKat is thrilled to welcome the incandescent American soprano, Angel Bluephoto by Billy DiazA star of the highest caliber, Angel’s most recent triumphs have included headlining the Metropolitan Opera’s season-opening Porgy and Bess, an …

12th October: Montserrat Caballé dies, secondary music education declines, Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Simon Rattle top industry list

Friday 12th October '18

Legendary soprano Montserrat Caballé dies aged 85 Montserrat Caballé, the celebrated Spanish soprano who won a new generation of fans after singing Barcelona with Freddie Mercury, has died at the age of 85.A spokesman for Barcelona’s St …

17th September: Female composers ‘no good’, Figaro plot too complex and classical music’s most influential Londoners

Thursday 17th September '15

Classical News In today’s news, The Spectator argues that female composers have been left off the syllabus because they’re no good, and the Evening Standard lists classical music's most influential Londoners in 2015. Also, The Strad …

22nd May: HOME in Manchester, Spotify expands streaming services and record-breaking Pirates

Friday 22nd May '15

In today's news Richard Morrison discusses the "northern powerhouse" and HOME, the new £25 million arts centre that throws open its smart doors this weekend. Meanwhile, the ENO's production of The Pirates of Penzance has broken UK …

The Culture Debate: Our Take

Friday 10th April '15

On Wednesday evening, the WildKat London team were pleased to attend The Culture Debate in the Linbury Studio Theatre at the Royal Opera House. The debate, organised by the Creative Industries Federation and live streamed …

Fantastic reviews for Vignette Productions’ ‘Sacrifices’

Wednesday 20th June '12

Last week’s two-night run of Sacrifices, by Vignette Productions and La Nuova Musica, directed by Andrew Staples, has this week been praised in its reviews in the press. The modern setting and simplicity of direction …

Belcea take on Beethoven, round 2

Monday 5th December '11

The second set of concerts in the Belcea Quartet’s Beethoven cycle, once again went down a storm with audience and critics alike.  Some of the highlights include:The Guardian"...the Belceas still play like a young quartet, …