2nd January: Vienna Philharmonic perform in new suits, Vienna celebrates 11-year-old composer Alma Deutscher & sneak preview of 2017’s cultural highlights

Monday 2nd January '17

Classical News In today's classical news, Vienna Philharmonic perform in new suits designed by Vivienne Westwood, Vienna celebrates 11-year old composer Alma Deutscher, and conductor Jeffrey Tate is given a knighthood. Also, a sneak preview of …

30th September: Himalayas concert, Alexander Faris obituary & Iestyn Davies on Farinelli

Wednesday 30th September '15

Classical News In today's news, Iestyn Davies discusses the challenges of being Farinelli, and the Royal Northern College of Music launches its first ever four-year BMus in popular music. Also, Coady Green reports on a unique …

29th June: Antonio Pappano about politicians at the opera, Wilhelm Tell at Covent Garden, does music gives you math skills?

Monday 29th June '15

Classical News In today's news, Antonio Pappano talks about politicians at the opera and the fate of the ENO, Rossini’s William Tell to be performed at Covent Garden, Iestyn Davies is interviewed by The Guardian and …

5th June: Nico Muhly and Iestyn Davies interviewed, Montreal International Musical Competition announced three winners, 25 year old opera composer Matthew Aucoin does it all

Friday 5th June '15

Classical News In today's classical news The Telegraph features an interview with Nico Muhly and Iestyn Davies, Chausson’s opera has languished in the shadows for over a century and The Large Hadron Collider has 'composed' a …

4th February: Edinburgh international festival lineup, Iestyn Davies on the castrato who tried to cure a King’s madness and Simon Rattle’s Young Orchestra for London

Wednesday 4th February '15

Classical News GuardianLang Lang and Angela Hewitt join Edinburgh international festival lineupClassical programme to include a Beethoven sonata series by pianist Rudolf Buchbinder and choral works celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Edinburgh Festival ChorusThe TimesIestyn …

26th January: UK’s orchestras to get tax relief, WDR 3 Jazzfest, scandal at Palau de les Arts Valencia

Monday 26th January '15

Classical News Guardian UK's orchestras to get tax relief The measure, aimed to encourage performances across the UK, brings British orchestras in line with theatre and film industries Telegraph The tragedy of Europe's great forgotten female composer Vítězslava Kaprálová was on …

11th September: Gramophone Awards, Concert etiquette and Big Band cuts

Wednesday 11th September '13

GramophoneThe 2013 Gramophone Classical Music Award-winning recordingsRecording of the Year, Lifetime Achievement, Young Artist of the Year, Label of the Year and Artist of the Year winners are discussed on the Gramophone website.The GuardianA quiet word about classical …

Classical Music News- October 24th

Monday 24th October '11

Every day the WildKat team scan the newspapers and blogs online to bring you a digested list of the day’s classical music.The GuardianManchester and the Hallé orchestraThe Hallé orchestra has been the pride of the …

Classical Music News – 13th October

Thursday 13th October '11

Gramophone OnlineFour Alumni Honoured by Wells Cathedral School.Four young alumni of the Wells Cathedral School were honoured by their former alma mater for their outstanding contribution to music. Countertenor Iestyn Davies, soprano Meeta Raval, cellist …