Charity launches new course, Ib Nørholm dies and new survey findings

Friday 21st June '19

Orchestras for All to launch new online training course The music charity Orchestras for All (OFA) is launching an online training course for music ensemble leaders, to be announced at a music education event at the …

23rd May: music education could keep disengaged young people in school, Pieter Wispelwey wins Brahms prize, and Stars and Rising Stars Festival lineup

Thursday 23rd May '19

21st century music education could keep disengaged young people in school, research says A new four-year research project by Birmingham City University and national music charity Youth Music has highlighted the importance of music education for …

2nd February: Wigmore Hall season launch, NYCGB Chief Executive Search, and Queer Talk

Thursday 2nd February '17

In today’s Classical News, Wigmore Hall announces their 2017/18 season, and NYCGB search for their first Chief Executive. In Suffolk a new exhibition, 'Queer Talk: Homosexuality In Britten’s Britain', is inaugurated today.   In Nantes, toddlers are …

Victoria Cappelletti: Differences, difficulties and evolution

Thursday 15th December '16

Account Manager Victoria Cappelletti's views on working as a PR in Paris and London: Differences, difficulties & evolution Over one year ago I moved to London to start working at WildKat PR as an Account Manager. I …

25th August: ECHO Klassik winners, Friedrich Doležal dies, hip-hop Alice in Wonderland opera

Tuesday 25th August '15

Classical News In today's news, the winners of ECHO Klassik are announced, Friedrich Doležal has died and reimagining Alice in Wonderland as a hip-hop opera. Classical Music Magazine ECHO Klassik Prizewinners Announced The winners of this year’s ECHO Klassik awards …

Should we force our children to listen to classical music?

Monday 22nd June '15

Controversy surrounding Nicola Benedetti’s interview with Scotland on Sunday last month, in which she argued that children should be exposed to classical music whether they like it or not, certainly has sparked debate as to …

4th September: Classical music embraces R&B, hip-hop and cyber concerts?

Tuesday 4th September '12

Gramophone The Digital Concert Hall of the Berliner Philharmoniker forges a new relationship with Sony Cyber concert-going enters a new era. The New York Times Pickup Orchestra of Stars, Made for TV. A pickup ensemble of musicians — including prominent …

13th August: Closing Ceremonies, World’s Bravest Orchestra and New Musical Centres

Monday 13th August '12

Classic FM Classical Music Features at the Olympic Closing Ceremony  Julian Lloyd Webber, the London Symphony Orchestra and others featured alongside pop and rock artists in the Olympic Closing Ceremony. 'Hip-Hop violinist' Phantom video is online hit  Californian violinist's …