Launch of Kimiko Ishizaka’s Kickstarter campaign

Tuesday 8th August '17

Today marks the first day of Kimiko Ishizaka's one-month Kickstarter campaign Libre Art of the Fugue. Kimiko is known for her beautiful interpretations of Bach, and through Kickstarter and the support of her fans, she has been able …

WildKat PR welcomes Kimiko Ishizaka back!

Monday 8th May '17

We’re delighted to be working with Kimiko again. This campaign will see us supporting her exciting new Kickstarter project, which will finance her recording of J.S. Bach's Die Kunst der Fuge.Kimiko is not new to …

WildKat PR welcomes Academy of Ancient Music

Thursday 13th October '16

WildKat PR is extremely proud to announce our partnership with the Academy of Ancient Music, one of Britain’s foremost period-instrument ensembles.Founded over 40 years ago, AAM boasts a discography of 300 recordings, and has been an …

13th September: New Music Director for COS, da Vinci’s instrument & Results of ARD Music Competition 2016

Tuesday 13th September '16

Classical News Today's news, Colorado Symphony introduces its new Music Director, Polish instrument-maker created a music instrument dreamt by Leonardo da Vinci. Also, ARD Music Competition 2016 announced the winners of its double bass, string quartet, …

Bach im Teilchenbeschleuniger

Monday 30th November '15

Ein Dortmunder Unternehmer und Bach-Liebhaber hat 2014 bei einer Versteigerung ein Porträt von Johann Sebastian Bach erworben. Seit jeher rätseln er und die Kunstszene, ob das Bild wirklich zu Lebzeiten des Komponisten entstanden ist. Es …

30th October: Joyce DiDonato to sing at baseball World Series, Davied Trendell has died, Carmen-ban opera loses its artistic heads, Classical music meets Halloween

Thursday 30th October '14

Classic FMStar mezzo Joyce DiDonato to sing at baseball World Series after social media campaignOnline petition promoted rethink by Major League Baseball, and the opera singer is now due to perform on her home turf.GramophoneDavid Trendell, Director …

31st July: New York’s Metropolitan Opera threatens to lock out its musicians on Friday, the Sacconi Quartet on why Beethoven in life-changing and Doctor Who Symphonic Spectacular to come to the UK

Thursday 31st July '14

Classical News The Guardian New York's Metropolitan Opera labour dispute: a symptom of a company in crisis The largest performing arts organization in the US is threatening to lock out its musicians on Friday, the latest setback for …

24th September: Gay rights hecklers at the New York Met, Pope loves Mozart, and J.S Bach: secret thug?

Tuesday 24th September '13

Guardian Revealed: the violent, thuggish world of the young JS Bach John Eliot Gardiner's research has shattered 'sanitised' versions of the composer's lifeTelegraphMozart music best for council calls put on hold Local authorities use Mozart's pieces more than …

26th March: Waltzing Aeroplanes, Tweeting and Texting in Concerts and Rescuing Bach

Tuesday 26th March '13

The TelegraphThe organ: The king of instruments restoredRupert Christiansen finds listening to the organ suffocating and depressing, but, he says, he must be missing out on something.The New York Times (via Arts Journal) Digital Music, the …

Lunchtime Concert with Linda Chatterton

Friday 15th March '13

American flautist Linda Chatteron will be performing in the UK's longest ever lunchtime concert series, at St Martin in the Fields on 18th March at 1pm. The programme will include works by J.S. Bach, François Borne …

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