6th April: LPO appoints Canellakis as principal guest conductor,Prague Spring on the Internet only, the new season of the Théâtre du Capitole in Toulouse

Monday 6th April '20

LPO appoints Karina Canellakis as principal guest conductorThe London Philharmonic Orchestra (LPO) has appointed the American conductor Karina Canellakis as its principal guest conductor from September.Canellakis, 38, began her career as a violinist, performing as …

9th December: Dmitry Hvorostovsky withdraws from opera performances, Daniel Barenboim opens new project & LPO’s Junior Artists Programme

Friday 9th December '16

Classical News In today's classical news, Baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky has announced on his website that he will be withdrawing from opera performances from now on. Renowned conductor Daniel Barenboim opens a project that marks the culmination …

23rd September: Glenn Close’s West End debut, Career tips for opera singers & ‘Happy Birthday’ copyright

Wednesday 23rd September '15

Classical News In today's news, the ENO announces Glenn Close as star in Sunset Boulevard, and 'Happy Birthday' is ruled out of copyright. Also, The Guardian reveals career tips for opera singers, and reports on Met …

17th March: Katherine Jenkins collects OBE, French National Orchestra duets with prehistoric instruments & Malaysian music festival cancelled after death at event

Monday 17th March '14

Classic FMKatherine Jenkins collects OBE at Buckingham PalaceKatherine Jenkins has been awarded her OBE for services to music and charity work, celebrating her ten years in the music industry, and her fundraising efforts.The Telegraph Cavemen's 'rock' …

16th January: Minnesota Orchestra dispute ends, LPO appoints new conductor & Alfie Boe answers audience member’s phone

Thursday 16th January '14

GramophoneThe long-running Minnesota Orchestra dispute endsThe long-running dispute between the musicians and management of the Minnesota Orchestra is over. After 15 months, which included a lockout, agreement has been reached which will allow concerts to …

30th April: Amy Dickson, Paul Gudgin and Chloë Hanslip

Tuesday 30th April '13

The TimesLPO/Jurowski at the Festival Hall, SE1Introducing this concert, Vladimir Jurowski spoke for 15 minutes: much longer than the first piece, Webern’s Variations. The TelegraphAmy Dickson: Siren of seductive, late-night saxAmy Dickson is used to playing …