10th October: Glastonbury ticket website crashes, Jonathan Cohed is named director of Les Violons du Roy & Anna Netrebko wins an Echo Klassik award

Monday 10th October '16

Classical News In today’s news, the Glastonbury ticket website crashes, Jonathan Cohen is named music director of Les Violons du Roy, and Peter Allen, a voice on the radio for the Met Opera, dies at 96. …

24th June: Music industry reacts to Brexit, Syrian Orchestra at Glastonbury & new partnership for RCS

Friday 24th June '16

Classical News In today's news, Glastonbury starts with an opening by the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians, the music business reacts to Brexit & the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland announces a new partnership with Dumfries House. Also, electronic …

23th June: St John’s Smith Square’s Music Marathon, iWonder guide on tinnitus and Harry Rabinowitz dies aged 100

Thursday 23rd June '16

Classical News In our news today, St John’s Smith Square opens registration for Music Marathon, BBC launches iWonder guide on tinnitus and British composer and conductor Harry Rabinowitz has died aged 100. Also, the latest figures about …

8th June: Behind the scenes at Glyndebourne, a chamber music residency for the Ligeti Quartet and Yo-Yo Ma’s mission for peace

Wednesday 8th June '16

Classical News In today’s news, the Glyndebourne tour will offer a look behind the scenes of its productions, Cambridge University selects the Ligeti Quartet for its chamber music residency & Yo-Yo Ma made it his mission …