3rd December: Updated guidance for UK musicians, Paris Opera announces new schedule, Milan’s Scala loses 26 million euros

Thursday 3rd December '20

Updated guidance for musicians and music teachers in England As England emerges from its second lockdown into an updated three-tier system of regulations, the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) has published new guidance for performers and …

14th October: Classical music isn’t doing enough to support musicians’ mental health, Pianist dedicates music prize Opus to victims of terrorist attack, Opera undergoing rejuvenation

Monday 14th October '19

Classical music isn’t doing enough to support musicians’ mental health, survey reveals A survey by Classical Music has found that people working in the industry feel there are major shortcomings in the provision of mental health …

25th June: 11 year old composers wow New York Philharmonic. Glyndebourne announces new programmes for female composers and young musicians

Monday 25th June '18

In today's news: Vienna State Ballet appoints new director. Meet the 11 year old composers who wowed the New York Philharmonic. Deutsche Oper in Berlin offers a week of reduced price opera. Jessica Curry becomes …

Barockmusik des 21. Jahrhunderts mit Marina Baranova

Friday 26th August '16

Heute erscheint das neue Album der Pianistin und Komponistin Marina Baranova bei Berlin Classics. Hypersuites sind „akustische Remixe barocker Meister“ und höchst persönliche musikalische Dialoge zwischen der Künstlerin und ihren Lieblingskomponisten. Dadurch werden neue, ungeahnte …

23th May: Toronto Symphony Orchestra faces jeopardy, Calidore String Quartet wins chamber music prize & Valery Gergiev honoured

Monday 23rd May '16

Classical News In our news today, the Toronto Symphony Orchestra faces triple jeopardy, discord revealed as Theodore Kuchar leaves the Fresno Philharmonic, and new transgender choruses are springing up in North Carolina. Also, the Calidore String …

8th October: Foetuses can dance, From Bach to Bakes & Singer loses voice

Thursday 8th October '15

Classical News In today's news, Classic FM reports how heartbreak caused Tenor Stephen Costello to lose his voice just before going on stage, The Strad announces six finalists of the 2015 Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition, and …

20th May: Royal Opera House celebrates 150th La Traviata, St John’s Smith Square announces its Young Artists for 2015-16 and BBC Ten Pieces project extended to secondary schools

Wednesday 20th May '15

Classical News In today's news the Royal Opera House has celebrated its 150th performance of Verdi's La Traviata and Katie Derham presents a special podcast about Donizetti's Poliuto, which will open the 2015 Glyndebourne Season. St …

26th November: Belfast Council commits £100,000 as ‘Save The Ulster Orchestra’ campaign continues, Violinist Renaud Capuçon named artistic director of Swiss festival and Alyson Cambridge is first opera performer at Soul Train Awards

Wednesday 26th November '14

Classical News Classical Music Magazine Belfast Council commits £100,000 as ‘Save The Ulster Orchestra’ campaign continues Belfast City Council has offered a conditional £100,000 to the troubled Ulster Orchestra, which remains some distance from securing a £500,000 rescue …

11th August- Puccini’s retreat for sale, ‘I, Culture’ Orchestra at Edinburgh and Daniel Harding interviewed.

Monday 11th August '14

Classical News The Guardian Puccini's Italian tragic love affair house up for sale The home that served as a romantic retreat for Giacomo Puccini and his married lover in 1886 is up for sale in Lake Como for …

8th August: The truth about falsettos, Kobe Bryant unveils Beethoven-themed Nike trainers and Pianos in the Parks: A Playful Public Art Project in Seattle

Friday 8th August '14

Classical News The Telegraph The truth about falsettos As he heads to Glyndebourne for a battle of the countertenors, Anthony Roth Costanzo reveals the secrets of singing high. Classic FM Kobe Bryant unveils Beethoven-themed Nike trainers Basketball star Kobe Bryant has …

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