24th May: Embryos receive private concert, National Sawdust celebrates women and gender equality, JAM on the Marsh

Thursday 24th May '18

In today's news: Sharon Corr performs for only embryos, Bavarian State Opera hosts 'From the House of the Dead,' National Sawdust celebrates Hildegard Month, Daniel Hyde becomes new Music Director of Kings College Cambridge, Pianist Siegfried …

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 …

Classical Music New Year’s Resolutions

Monday 5th January '15

Classical New Year ResolutionsNew Year equals a new me-right? We in the WildKat PR office have already accepted that our ‘fitness and healthy eating resolutions’ will fail within a week (merely promising to try burns …

24th December: Classical Christmas roundups, ENO income is up & the PRS & British Council’s Chinese Residence

Tuesday 24th December '13

Classical Music MagazinePRS for Music Foundation and British Council announce Musicians in Residence ‒ ChinaThe Performing Rights Society for Music Foundation and British Council’s Musicians In Residence ‒ China programme has announced the names of …

22nd October: Beethoven at the Bus Station, Stradivarius Scandal, and Singers’ Charity Calendar

Monday 22nd October '12

GramophoneChoir of King’s College Cambridge launches new recording initiativeFirst album on the choir’s own label features five world premiere recordingsClassic FM'Bus Station Sonata' gets public playing BeethovenBeethoven's Moonlight Sonata has been given a radical new …

23rd December – 2012 preview until spring plus Il Volo

Friday 23rd December '11

The TelegraphRock And Classical Music Preview Of The Year.Telegraph critics pick the best rock and classical music from January until spring.Beethoven's Hearing Loss Linked To Lack Of High Notes In His Music.Beethoven's progressive deafness shaped …