26th June: Composition for Grenfell Tower victims, Britton performed on a lake, and Film composer wins Shostakovich Prize

Monday 26th June '17

In today's news: Oboist Nicholas Daniel performs Britten in the middle of a boating lake, the winners of the 2017 St Magnus Composers Competition are announced, composition for the victims of the Grenfell Tower tragedy, and …

21st January: Chamber Orchestras, ABO/Rhinegold awards & Stradivarius on loan

Thursday 21st January '16

Classical News In today’s news, The Guardian discusses the advantages of a chamber orchestra and ABO/Rhinegold awards announced. Also, Frank Peter Zimmermann receives a Stradivarius on loan and Kansai Jazz act sets Guinness recordClassical Music MagazineABO/Rhinegold …

2nd July: Arts Council Funding decision day summary, ENO the biggest loser in Arts Council funding shake-up and Michael Giacchino reveals pun-heavy Planet of the Apes track listing

Wednesday 2nd July '14

Classical News The Guardian Arts Council Funding decision day summary English National Opera see funding cut by 29%, 670 arts groups share annual grants totalling 340m a year and only a small increase in funding outside London. The Independent English National …