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16th April: Verbier Festival announces relief fund for academy and technical crew alumni, German Pianist Prize to be postponed, Chorégies d’Orange and the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence cancelled

Thursday 16th April '20

Verbier Festival announces relief fund for academy and technical crew alumni Verbier Festival in Switzerland has announced the creation of a new fund to provide emergency relief to Verbier Festival Academy alumni and production and technical …

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10th September: Chorus of rage as ENO gives critics’ coveted extra tickets to young bloggers, The Alte Oper has a new director, Dorothée Oberlinger 1st woman to win the Telemann Prize

Tuesday 10th September '19

Chorus of rage as ENO gives critics’ coveted extra tickets to young bloggers English National Opera has won applause for its efforts to attract a wider and more diverse audience as it broadened its pool of …

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Korean pianist SoRyang embarks on her first tour across Europe with conductor Kristjan Järvi and the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra

Tuesday 25th June '19

From 4th -12th October 2019, pianist SoRyang will tour Europe for the very first time with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra and American-Estonian conductor Kristjan Järvi with stops in Zagreb, Vienna, Dresden, Munich, Zurich and Frankfurt. SoRyang (c) Kaja …

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18th February: Free tickets for classical newcomers, Nikola Hillebrand and Johannes Martin Kränzle win prizes

Monday 18th February '19

First-time concert-goers to get star treatment at the Southbank The Southbank Centre announced a new project today, in which newcomers to classical music will be able to attend a concert accompanied by a leading musician or …

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10th April: Arts Council allocates money to classical music, Mark-Anthony Turnage quits opera, and Suadi Arabia and France strike arts deal

Tuesday 10th April '18

In today's news: Opera receives large sums from Arts Council, Mark-Anthony Turnage quits opera, streaming services considered going public, Sir Andrew Davis to step down from Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, winners of  "Deutscher Pianistenpreis" are announced …

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24 January: Barbican announces its 2018/2019 season, RBC to host new piano competition, Apple Music to launch analytics for artists

Wednesday 24th January '18

In today's news: The Barbican announces its 2018/2019 season, RBC to host new piano competition, ENO to be part of Henley Festival this year, new production of Porgy and Bess will not be performed by an all-black …

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WildKat PR Welcomes Designer Tassilo Von Grolman!

Monday 15th January '18

Wir freuen uns auf die Zusammenarbeit mit dem Designer Tassilo von Grolman. Bild: Tassilo von Grolman © Michael Erhart Er ist einer der gefragtesten deutschen Designer – und seine Produkte sind allgegenwärtig: Tassilo von Grolman ist eine …

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13th February: £1 million endowment for young musicians, artist ownership debate at Grammy’s, opera and the human psyche

Monday 13th February '17

In today's news, The National Endowment for Music aims to support pupils' musical ability by donating £1 million to the Arts Council of Wales to aid after-school music services that were affected by cuts. Frank Ocean …

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11th November: Benjamin Baker joins YCA, Kanneh-Mason signs to Decca & The Australian Art Quartet

Friday 11th November '16

Classical News In today's classical news, Benjamin Baker joins Young Concert Artists, Inc. 17-year-old cellist and winner of BBC Young Musician 2016, Sheku Kanneh-Mason, signs to Decca Classics. Also, read about The Australian Art Quartet's project …

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7th March: Nikolaus Harnoncourt dies, non-European classical music & more physical stores selling music

Monday 7th March '16

Classical News In today's news, the media is in mournig of the Austrian conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt, non-European classical traditions to be celebrated in new concert series & increasing number of physical stores selling music, films and …

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