4th February: Birthday concert for George Benjamin, Konstanzer Philharmonie looking for new chief conductor, Peter Serkin has passed

Tuesday 4th February '20

Philharmonia presents 60th birthday concert for George BenjaminThe Philharmonia Orchestra is celebrating the 60th birthday of British composer and conductor George Benjamin on 5 March 2020 with a concert at London’s Southbank Centre, conducted by …

11th May: Jenny Lind unveiled, Jessye Norman gets RPS gold, Decca Classics making history, Spotify igniting conflict

Friday 11th May '18

In today's news: Jessye Norman gets RPS gold, first ever saxophonist signed to Decca Classics, Spotify stop promoting or recommending music by artists whose content or conduct it deemed to be offensive, Keith Saunders on …

1st February: Royal Opera House Premiere, CBSO £250,000 donation, BBC Phil appoint Ben Gernon

Wednesday 1st February '17

 In today's Classical News, ROH announce new work by George Benjamin, and CBSO receive a £250,000 contribution for education.  27-y-o Ben Gernon has been appointed Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Philharmonic, and Jamie Barton Wins …

29th July: Yo-Yo Ma’s challenge, NYO inspires a generation, Kaufmann warns against Decca release

Wednesday 29th July '15

Classical News In today's news, Yo-Yo Ma talks about his biggest challenge so far, The Independent on how the National Youth Orchestra is inspiring a new generation and Kaufmann warns against Decca release. The Guardian Yo-Yo Ma: Bach, Big …

Mahler Chamber Orchestra joins the WildKat PR roster

Thursday 30th April '15

WildKat PR is very pleased to announce that we will be working with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra! This is an exciting time to be following the orchestra; they are due to play three times at …

23rd March: Pierre Boulez at 90, classical music’s dark secret and classical could be good for your brain

Monday 23rd March '15

Classical News GuardianIn praise of Pierre Boulez at 90Composer George Benjamin salutes the French composer-conductor whose polemical essays and presence on the podium has transformed musical composition, institutions and tasteTelegraphPapering the house: classical music's dark secretThe industry practice …

18th November: Banks need arts graduates to put humanity back into business, Blaise Bellville: reinventing classical concerts and European project supports emerging ensembles.

Tuesday 18th November '14

Classical News TimesBanks need arts graduates to put humanity back into businessA leading investment bank is seeking to hire a new generation of arts graduates as it blames “linear thinking” mathematicians and economists for elements of …

17th June: Fraudster in the Orchestra, Youth Orchestra and a Royal Orchestra

Monday 17th June '13

The Observer The future of music: technology is amazing, but 'music's a human thing' Cellist and Twitter composer Peter Gregson on the meeting ground between music and technology The Guardian Why iTunes Radio could be worth a small fortune …

26th March: Waltzing Aeroplanes, Tweeting and Texting in Concerts and Rescuing Bach

Tuesday 26th March '13

The TelegraphThe organ: The king of instruments restoredRupert Christiansen finds listening to the organ suffocating and depressing, but, he says, he must be missing out on something.The New York Times (via Arts Journal) Digital Music, the …

12th March: Beethoven and Beer, Opera Drama and a Titanic Tuba

Tuesday 12th March '13

The Guardian With George Benjamin's Written on Skin, British opera takes a bold step into the future George Benjamin and Martin Crimp's new opera, Written on Skin, is a landmark in British opera – and there's more …

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