Bamberg Symphony Orchestra nominated for Gramophone’s Orchestra of the Year Award 2021

Tuesday 6th July '21

Bamberg Symphony Orchestra nominated for Gramophone's Orchestra of the Year Award 2021WildKat PR is delighted to announce Bamberg Symphony have been nominated for Gramophone's Orchestra of the Year Award 2021!Gramophone's highly anticipated and much cherished …

5th May: Gramophone online charity gala, Bonn Beethovenfest new director, Classique sur Canapé, Kennedy Center postponed all shows

Tuesday 5th May '20

Gramophone hosts online charity gala for musiciansGramophone magazine has organised an online gala to support musicians whose work has dried up due to the coronavirus crisis. The gala will feature former Gramophone Classical Music Awards …

September 14th: Simon Rattle announces free music school for young people and Gramophone Awards winners

Friday 14th September '18

Simon Rattle to open free school for young musicians in 2019Sir Simon Rattle has revealed plans to create a new music school: the LSO East London Academy, reports Classic FM.The Academy is being developed by the …

11th August: Lucerne festival begins, classical voice types de-mystified

Friday 11th August '17

In today's news: Gove and Osbourne visit opera on German holiday, PRS for Music supports Gramophone classical music awards, and classical voice types de-mystified. Elbphilharmonie reopens after summer break, start of Lucerne festival, and "Troubadou" …

20th June: Study about how music evokes goosebumps, Artist of the Year voting now open & musical grass portraits

Monday 20th June '16

Classical News In our news today, a recent brain scan study provides clues how music pieces can evoke goosebumps, the voting for the 2016 Artist of the Year in the Gramophone Classical Music Awards is now …

13th September: Nobel prize, 20th anniversary of Operalia, and Ray Dolby dies

Friday 13th September '13

GramophoneDownload the new Gramophone Classical Music Awards PodcastGramophone discuss the instrumental, orcehstral, early, baroque vocal and opera winners, which is now available to stream or downloadThe Independent'A true visionary': Sound pioneer Ray Dolby dies aged …

29th August: Hollywood’s John Williams exhibition, Google Doodle boosts Debussy sales, and a large-scale recording of Britten’s War Requiem

Thursday 29th August '13

Classic FM OnlineJohn Williams exhibition to open in HollywoodJohn Williams is to be the subject of a new exhibition at the Hollywood Museum in Los Angeles, beginning this weekendDebussy Google Doodle boosts music salesAfter Google …

30th July: Virtuoso Returned Violin, Diners Delighted With Opera and Ring Cycle Reviews

Tuesday 30th July '13

The TelegraphWhy young people still care about classical musicIvan Hewett is cheered to find that the young people attending the Institute of Ideas Academy had an appetite for the serious and the sublime.The Guardian Ring cycle …