GKO Ingolstadt gets increase in funding

Monday 15th March '21

Georgian Chamber Orchestra Ingolstadt gets increase in funding The Georgian Chamber Orchestra Ingolstadt (GKO) celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014. Since moving to Germany in 1990, the orchestra has been based in Ingolstadt and has, during …

22nd December: Esa-Pekka Salonen awarded knighthood, Federal government awards grants for classical music, A Christmas on antidepressants for classical music

Tuesday 22nd December '20

Esa-Pekka Salonen awarded honorary knighthood Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen has been awarded an honorary knighthood by the UK, for services to music and to UK-Finland relations. Salonen is his final season as the Philharmonia Orchestra's Principal Conductor and …

23rd October: Stunning video of Harlem ballet dancing to Bach, Bachelot announces 115 million for culture, Bavarian theatres appalled by new virus rules

Friday 23rd October '20

This stunning video of a Harlem ballet company dancing to Bach will give you goosebumps Masks on, Bach playing, and a dance company sharing the magic of movement and togetherness. This is something very special. In the summer of …

5th October: Royal Opera House sell portrait to raise funds, Neef to accelerate Paris Opera house recovery, Ingenpass success at the competition for song art, 10 Classical Concerts to Stream in October

Monday 5th October '20

Royal Opera House to sell Hockney portrait to raise funds The painting of Sir David Webster will be auctioned at Christie's this month and is expected to fetch up to £18m. Current chief executive Alex Beard said …

28th September: Schubertiade cancelled, Interview with Maurice Xiberras, Classic FM charity benefit from match-funding scheme

Monday 28th September '20

Schubertiade Schwarzenberg Hohenems abgesagt Nach einigen Veranstaltungen Mitte Juli hat das Vorarlberger Musikfestival Schubertiade nun den für Anfang Oktober geplanten Konzert-Zyklus in Hohenems aufgrund von Reisewarnungen abgesagt. Zuvor hatte Deutschland wegen ansteigender Corona-Infektionen Vorarlberg zum Risikogebiet …

30th April: Alexander Buhr heads up Sony Classical A&R, Grütters wants structural funds for cultural scene, Culture Responds to Édouard Philippe

Thursday 30th April '20

Alexander Buhr to head up Sony Classical A&R Alexander Buhr is joining Sony Classical to run the label’s Berlin-based A&R operation, and oversee the label’s international A&R strategy. The newly created post – the full title …

6th November: Music education hubs receive another year’s funding, Stuttgart State Opera: Costs for refurbishment exceed billion mark, Radio Classique’s Grand Concert de Noël 2019 at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées

Wednesday 6th November '19

Music education hubs receive another year’s funding The Department for Education (DfE) has confirmed that England’s music education hubs will receive funding for the 2020-21 financial year, putting an end to speculation that the government may …

WildKat – 2018 in review

Friday 21st December '18

2018 has been yet another fantastic year for us - we've welcomed some fantastic new clients and new people to our team, expanded our services and achieved some great results along the way. We don't like …

19th September: Simon Rattle offers advice and Germany supports 31 orchestras.

Tuesday 19th September '17

In today's news: Composer Jeremy Dale Roberts dies aged 83, and Simon Rattle offers his top advice to young conductors. Audio streaming becomes more and more important, Germany financially supports 31 orchestras, and soprano Brenda …

8th September: You should listen to music, while you work!

Friday 8th September '17

In todays news: A new programme for Spitalfields, Sistema's Scotland children's orchestra brings the noise, the Edge is helping out musicians in the flooded Texas area, the Chicago Lyric Opera recieves a suprise funding and …

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