6th October: Orchestras looking for black composers, Chloé Briot files suit, Opera singer honours Breonna Taylors, Salzburg Festival receives millions

Tuesday 6th October '20

Orchestras Are Rushing to Add Black Composers. Will it last?In June, as millions of Americans filled city streets with Black Lives Matter demonstrations and millions more rushed to share their solidarity online, the composer Jessie …

20th July: Floating concert hall, is music the key to memory?

Thursday 20th July '17

In today's news, The Brighton Early Music Festival co-artistic director Clare Norburn to step down, cellist Yo-Yo Ma steps in to save floating concert hall, and Radio 3 and Wellcome Collection announce weekend of why …

27th July: National Youth Choir to embark on first China tour, Pavarotti’s widow tells Trump to stop using Nessun Dorma & new concert hall for Gstaad Menuhin Festival

Wednesday 27th July '16

Classical News In our news today, the National Youth Choir of Great Britain will embark on its first tour to China in August, Pavarotti’s widow tells Trump to stop using Nessun Dorma at rallies, and Sir …

March 6th: Stopping crime with Mozart, stolen Stradivarius found and 2013 Met season announced.

Wednesday 6th March '13

Classic FM Mozart Effect to stop crime in New Zealand? New Zealand shop-owners have found a novel way of deterring crime - the music of Mozart Gramophone The Met: Live in HD announces 2013-14 season Ten live Metropolitan Opera transmissions, including …