7th April: New York Philharmonic announces accelerated reopening of concert hall, 100.000 euro grant to cellist Tanja Tetzlaff, At 9 years old Himari Yoshimura is already a star

Wednesday 7th April '21

New York Philharmonic announces accelerated reopening of concert hallLincoln Center and the New York Philharmonic have announced that the renovation of the David Geffen Hall, designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects and Tod Williams Billie Tsien …

22nd June: Glyndebourne to stage live opera outdoors in August, Relaxation for cultural events, The half gauge limit is lifted in cinemas and theatres, Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center Cancel Fall Performances

Monday 22nd June '20

Glyndebourne to stage live opera outdoors in AugustGlyndebourne Opera House in East Sussex is planning to present live opera outdoors in August, seven weeks on from cancelling its entire summer season.Mesdames de la Halle (1858), …

1st June: Mady Mesplé passes away, Philharmonie de Paris’ “next life”, Jane Moss steps down

Monday 1st June '20

The French soprano Mady Mesplé has diedThe French coloratura soprano has died at the age of 89. Born in Toulouse, where she studied, Mesplé moved to Paris to work with the soprano Janine Micheau. Her …

15th March: Classical Music magazine relaunch, Avery Fisher Career Grant Recipients and Bernard Haitink made honorary member of Vienna Philharmonic

Friday 15th March '19

Classical Music relaunches as the voice of the industry In April 2019, Classical Music magazine will be relaunched as the voice of the classical music industry, promoting the crucial role that music plays in the UK’s cultural landscape.CM will …

19th June: Australian National Piano Awards finalists announced. Mozart opera manuscript goes under the hammer in Paris. First RCM Yamaha Clarinet Prize winner announced.

Tuesday 19th June '18

In today's news: Australian National Piano Awards finalists have been announced. Mariinsky Orchestra performs inaugural concerts at the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture in Saudi Arabia. Open air opera in Berlin attracts audience of …

25th May: Classical music charity to aid refugee children, The Other Palace hosts IDA, What Roth thought of Bach

Friday 25th May '18

In today's news: Children & Wildlife in Harmony charity to host classical music concert to aid refugee children, pop-opera group IDA to perform, winners of RPS duets announced, Philip Roth appreciation for classical music, more embarrassment …

16th January: Menuhin Competition 2018 announces 44 successful candidates for live rounds and what a hologram of Maria Callas can teach us about opera

Tuesday 16th January '18

In today's news: After an Alitalia flight during which her viola da gamba was badly damaged, the owner of the instrument has called on airlines to change their policy. Youth music charity NYMAZ has announced …

2nd November: Muhal Richard Abrahms died at age 87, Chicago Symphony’s deficit widens by $300,000 and 2018 Opera News Awards to honour stars of the stage

Thursday 2nd November '17

In today's classical news Muhal Richard Abrahms died at age 87, Chicago Symphony's deficit widens by $300,000, Sainsbury's launches own-brand vinyl albumsand and 2018 Opera News Awards to honour stars of the stage.NPRMuhal Richard Abrams, …

9th October: Dresdner Sinfoniker recieve special honour, ‘Make Some Noise Campaign’ raises over £3.5million

Monday 9th October '17

In today's news: Winehouse charity helps young singers with chronic health conditions, 'Make Some Noise Campaign' raises over £3.5million, and Sweden to hold women-only festival. The Lincoln Center is scaling down it’s renovation plans. The …

8th May: Komische Oper Berlin gets new principal conductor & National Symphony Orchestra records vinyl album

Monday 8th May '17

In today's news: Philharmonia app for PlayStation, Lichfiel Garrick has a classical twist, and Beatles manager get honoured by tribute. Ainars Rubikis becomes the new principal conductor of the Komische Oper Berlin, and Karel Mark …

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