Rhona Stevens & Joseph Peach collaborate to present their new album Fragments in Time

Thursday 28th September '23

Fragments in Time, is a new, majestic collaborative album from Scottish artists Rhona Stevens and Joseph PeachWith an enchanting blend of cinematic alt-folk, Rhona Stevens and Joseph Peach's new release promises a musical journey that …

WildKat welcomes Michel van der Aa

Wednesday 15th January '20

WildKat is delighted to announce that we are working with composer Michel van der Aa on his new album ‘Time Falling’Michel van der Aa, winner of the 2015 Johannes Vermeer Award and 2013 Grawemeyer award, …

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 …

18th June: longest ever piece of classical music, orchestras join Google Play, Soares wins ROSL competition

Thursday 18th June '15

Classical news In today's news, the longest ever piece of classical music is written, orchestras join with Google Play and Alexander Soares wins ROSL competition. Also, Apple Music set to disrupt Indie Music and presidential advisor …

4th November: Sakari Oramo’s new role, new generation of composers, and Renée Fleming cancels concert

Monday 4th November '13

The Telegraph Sakari Oramo: 'Britain was my destiny' Finland's Sakari Oramo talks to Ivan Hewett about the challenges of becoming the BBCSO's new chief conductor – and his uncanny sense of homecoming Gramophone Setting up a classical ensemble in …