7th march: Dartington announces 70th anniversary programme, British Museum to host first major music festival, Deezer partners with Amazon Alexa

Wednesday 7th March '18

In today's news: Dartington announces 70th anniversary programme, British Museum to host first major music festival, Deezer partners with Amazon, Serge Dorny to become director of Bavarian State Opera in Munich, Irish festival organiser Eamonn …

New Music Scotland Nomination for Ailie Robertson

Friday 27th January '17

We're very proud to share news that Ailie Robertson has been nominated for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Award for Achievement in New Music, part of the Scottish Awards for New Music.  This award marks 'the …

26th May: Deutsche Grammophon partners with iTunes, new dimension for Berkeley Festival & Exhibition and Adrian Jones new director of RSB

Thursday 26th May '16

Classical News In our news today, Deutsche Grammophon is partnering with Apple’s iTunes, Berkeley Festival & Exhibition is adding a new dimension, and it's revealed what Apple Music pays its artists for streaming. Also, Orchestre de …

17th December: Cash boost for London concert hall, Beethoven Doodle & Sinfini winds down

Thursday 17th December '15

Classical News In today's news, London's centre for music receives a £5.5 million boost, Apple updates music data and Sinfini Music has stopped commissioning new material. Also, Google marks Beethoven's anniversary with a Doodle to test …

AyseDeniz Gokcin returns to classical and grunge with #NirvanaProject

Friday 20th November '15

 With the #NirvanaProject, AyseDeniz brings to life the power of music that gave Kurt Cobain the will to live. The album is released today exclusively with iTunes or you can purchase signed hard copies on AyseDeniz's website. AyseDeniz …

10th July: interview with Itay Talgam, Steve Reich’s Clapping Music app launched, when jazz collided with physics

Friday 10th July '15

Classical News In today's news, Steve Reich launches a new app, the BBC tells of what happened when jazz collided with physics and an interview with Itay Talgam in which he expresses his love for Nutella. BBC …

Celebrating Spanish Music with Maria Camahort

Thursday 16th April '15

We are very excited to be working with guitarist Maria Camahort. Having completed her musical studies in Barcelona and at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, Maria Camahort is now a regular …

Dunja Lavrova’s homage to great violinists past…

Tuesday 10th February '15

Upholding the playing style of great violinists past, Dunja Lavrova has released her debut solo album My Dusty Gramophone, which promises a nostalgic trip back in time. Launching at OSO Arts Centre in Barnes on …

Pre-Order Songs for Spoken Words now!

Monday 8th December '14

Composer and digital projects producer Richard Birkin is excited to announce that his upcoming release Songs for Spoken Words and its accompanying app are available to pre-order today!Songs for Spoken Words is a soundtrack composed to …

25th March: Roger Wright leaves BBC, iTunes considers a streaming service & San Diego Opera to close

Tuesday 25th March '14

Guardian 7 ways a streaming iTunes could compete with Spotify and its rivals Apple rumoured to be in talks with labels over on-demand service. How will it disrupt the competition? Roger Wright to leave BBC after 15 years …

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