24th March: ‘Copenhagen Phil’ fights for survival & Jonathan Dove named as VOCES8 associate composer

Friday 24th March '17

In today's news: Jonathan Dove announced as VOCES8 associate composer, Andrés Orozco-Estrada extends his contract, 'Copenhagen Phil' fights for survival, Neoclassicim music and anti-romanticism, new Rundfunk Symphony director Vladimir Jurowski wants more Mahler concerts, Concerto …

30th January: Grange Festival premieres Dove, Birmingham Pianothon, Richard Strauss Festival

Monday 30th January '17

 In today's Classical News, Grange Festival are to give the world premiere of Jonathan Dove's new work, celebrating Jane Austen, and Birmingham Conservatoire announce their pianothon. A New York orchestra are putting audience members side …

The Sacconi Chamber Music Festival kicks off tomorrow!

Thursday 19th May '16

Tomorrow the Sacconi Chamber Music Festival kicks off in Folkestone, Kent. From 20 - 22 May it brings many well-known chamber music ensembles and musicians together to celebrate the thrill of live music. The festival will open with …

Welcoming back the Sacconi Quartet!

Thursday 24th March '16

WildKat PR are delighted to welcome back the dynamic, Sacconi Quartet.The quartet is recognised for its unanimous and compelling ensemble, consistently communicating with a fresh and imaginative approach. Performing with style and commitment, the Quartet is known throughout the …

18th August: Kitty Whately faces the music, pay-to-keep downloads, ‘The Violin Teacher’ film

Tuesday 18th August '15

Classical News In today's news, an interview with Kitty Whately, BBC will offer of pay-to-keep downloads and 'The Violin Teacher' film is to be screened worldwide. The Guardian Facing the music: Kitty Whately From the Swingles to Sondheim, Sir …

3rd of July: Jonathan Dove bringing kids to the opera, an urban mindfulness revolution in the streets of London and the death of Carlos Kleiber

Friday 3rd July '15

Classical News In today's news, Jonathan Dove tells The Times about the success of his operas, Chris Baréz-Brown and David Pearl head to the streets of London in their upcoming event the "University of The Street", …

7th May: Classical music is getting hipper, Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s free video stream of Beethoven’s 9th Symphony, new chamber piece commissioned for BBC New Generation Artists

Thursday 7th May '15

Classical News In today's news, Ivan Hewett, having been to the Royal Philharmonic Awards on Tuesday Night, says that classical music is getting hipper. Also, today the Chicago Symphony Orchestra are releasing a free video stream …

8th December: Matching up to Beethoven, Singapore Chinese composition contest, debate about the Suzuki method

Monday 8th December '14

Classical News Guardian Arts in England told to make progress with diversity or have funding axed Warning comes from Arts Council England chairman Sir Peter Bazalgette in ‘most important’ speech Fiona Maddocks: classical music’s most significant firsts of 2014 The …

William Berger’s 2014/15 German recital tour.

Wednesday 17th September '14

WildKat PR are thrilled to announce that William will be performing in Germany with his recital tour during the 2014/2015 season.He will begin the tour with a performance in Bonn at the Beethoven-Haus Kammermusiksaal on …

22nd May: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Jonathan Dove and Nikolay Khozyainov

Tuesday 22nd May '12

The TelegraphFranciscan Friar becomes first to sign major record dealA Franciscan tenor has become the first ever friar to sign a major recording contract, after music executives heard him sing in his native Italy.Interview: composer …

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