Celebrate National Poetry Month with us

Tuesday 6th April '21

This April, we will be celebrating National Poetry Month to recognise the importance of poets and poetry in the arts world now and throughout history worldwide.During this time of global uncertainty, poems can offer …

24th April: First Livestream from Sistine Chapel, Eu investigates Apple’s Shazam acquisition, Met Museum reopens music galleries

Tuesday 24th April '18

In today's news: Sixteen and Britten Sinfonia perform for the Pope, The Phantom of the Opera score big at West End Eurovision 2018,  EU to investigate Apple’s purchase of Shazam, Daniel Barenboim returned his Echo-Awards, …

16th September: Max Richter explains ‘Sleep’, Pergolesi masterpiece premiered at last and Christie’s exhibits $60m Stradivarius and Guarneri collection

Wednesday 16th September '15

Classical News In today’s news, Max Richter explains his eight-hour composition 'Sleep' - the longest continuous piece of music broadcasted by the BBC – and Pergolesi's Opera Settecento is finally premiered after nearly 300 years. Also, Christie’s …

Classical Music Ambitions

Friday 16th January '15

The world is a big place with lots of exciting things to experience, especially in the classical music world. In the spirit of our New Year’s resolutions blog to try new things and set new …

4th July: Melvyn Tan, Pablo Heras-Casado and Lang Lang

Wednesday 4th July '12

The TelegraphBBC to broadcast Last Night of the Proms in 3DA 'summer of 3D' will include the The Last Night of the Proms, Planet Dinosaurs and Wimbledon, the BBC has revealed.The GuardianMelvyn Tan turns guinea …