7th February: Les Mis returns to the West End in concert, Barbara Hannigan wins Leónie Sonning prize, seven Berlin orchestras unite to celebrate diversity and tolerance

Thursday 7th February '19

Alfie Boe and Michael Ball to return to the West End in concert version of Les Misérables This summer, the West End stage will welcome a concert production of musical Les Misérables with a cast of musical theatre stars.Les Misérables is …

1st September: Simpsons composer fired, Proms should stop ticket scandal

Friday 1st September '17

In today's news: The Proms should stop ticket scandal, András Schiff talks about how ‘music should be an integral part of our lives,’ and Radio 3 launches Breakfast Carol Competition 2017. Opera about love story …

28th July: Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation, Roderick Williams Birmingham Conservatoire

Friday 28th July '17

In today's Classical News, The Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation has awarded grants worth over £1 million pounds, Roderick Williams has been appointed as visiting consultant in vocal performance at Birmingham Conservatoire, and BBC Proms has committed to making …

WildKat PR welcomes Taner Akyol

Tuesday 18th July '17

We are delighted to welcome Taner Akyol to the WildKat Family. Taner Akyol is a composer and virtuoso of the Bağlama, a Turkic stringed instrument also called Saz. WildKat is working with Taner to promote …

19th December: Turkish pianist Fazil Say wins Beethoven Prize, works for BSO Composers’ Day 2017 revealed & Andrea Bocelli at Trump’s inauguration?

Monday 19th December '16

Classical News In today's classical news, Turkish pianist Fazil Say wins Beethoven Prize, The Telegraph picks best pieces of classical Christmas music, and works for BSO Composers' Day 2017 are revealed. Also, will Andrea Bocelli sing …

21st October: Grosvenor receives NY Phil piano prize, RNCM partners with PKU & Bob Shennan

Friday 21st October '16

Classical News In today's news round-up, British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor has been named as the recipient of the New York Philharmonic’s Ronnie and Lawrence Ackman Classical Piano Prize. Royal Northern College of Music announced a new professional partnership …

20th June: David Garrett, Benjamin Grosvenor and Miss Saigon

Thursday 20th June '13

Classic FMDavid Garrett plays for President Obama in BerlinThe German-American violin star performed in front of the Brandenburg Gate ahead of Obama speech yesterday.GramophoneBenjamin Grosvenor signs agreement with EFG InternationalIdea for a relationship between the …

15th April: Sir Colin Davis, Fazil Say and André Rieu

Monday 15th April '13

The Guardian Sir Colin Davis, LSO's longest-serving conductor, dies aged 85Classical world pays tribute to London Symphony Orchestra's president and longest-serving principal conductor.BBC NewsTurkish pianist Fazil Say convicted of insulting IslamWorld-renowned Turkish pianist Fazil Say has …

22nd October: Beethoven at the Bus Station, Stradivarius Scandal, and Singers’ Charity Calendar

Monday 22nd October '12

GramophoneChoir of King’s College Cambridge launches new recording initiativeFirst album on the choir’s own label features five world premiere recordingsClassic FM'Bus Station Sonata' gets public playing BeethovenBeethoven's Moonlight Sonata has been given a radical new …

20th July: Sheep, Grants and Plinths

Friday 20th July '12

Arts Journal- Slipped Disc Why Madrid pulled the plug on Barenboim: the full story Barenboim’s Madrid concert is cancelled….Pianist in blasphemy trial issues defiant dance videoThe composer and pianist Fazil Say has written “Dance” a new …