10th October: Classical Music’s industry survey in mental health provision, German Music Therapeutic Society, Lars Vogt appointed Music Director of the Orchestre de Chambre de Paris

Thursday 10th October '19

Classical Music’s industry survey reveals serious shortcomings in mental health provision Classical Music has today [10 October 2019] released the results of its industry-wide mental health survey, which included responses from musicians, composers, journalists, artist managers, …

8th December: Harassment problems within the classical music industry and the first reaction of conductor James Levine after the allegations

Friday 8th December '17

In today's news: Robert Guy becomes one of the world’s top musical conductors, harassment problems within the classical music industry, and the first reaction of conductor James Levine after the allegations. Also, the Bachakademie gets …

#vlogtober 13th, page-turning can be challenging

Tuesday 13th October '15

 At a concert at the Sendesaal in Bremen, Anna Reszniak catches falling pages of music during a performance by violinist Christian Tetzlaff and pianist Lars Vogt.

14th November: The world’s fastest-playing pianist, James Horner: How I wrote Pas de Deux and 42nd International Viola Congress to take place in Portugal this month.

Friday 14th November '14

Classical News Telegraph Watch: the world's fastest-playing pianist Ukrainian Lubomyr Melnyk claims that he plays 19.5 piano notes on each hand every second Classic FM How I wrote… Pas de Deux – James Horner The 'Titanic' takes us through his first …

30 May: Sir Simon Rattle casts homeless people and ex-offenders, Royal Northern Sinfonia announce next Music Director and the LSO welcome their youngest ever member

Friday 30th May '14

Classical News The Guardian Sir Simon Rattle leads a revolution at the Royal Opera House How do you give Poulenc's opera about revolutionary France an authentic edge? Cast homeless people, ex-offenders and the unemployed. The Guardian Lars Vogt to replace Zehetmair …