10th May: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic announces 2019/20 season, BBC Radio 3 reveals New Generation Artists, and Bamberg Symphony unveils theme for 2019/20 season

Friday 10th May '19

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra 2019-2020 season announced The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2019-20 season, the 14th under the baton of chief conductor Vasily Petrenko (pictured), has been announced.Ten years on from his landmark Mahler cycle in …

12th June: Yeakwoon Sunwoo wins Van Cliburn Gold Medal & Händel Festival in Halle

Monday 12th June '17

In today's news: Orchestra of the Swan announces volunteering opportunities, and Karen Bradley has been reappointed as culture secretary. Plans for new season at the Pierre Boulez Hall Berlin, and Händel Festival in Halle. Yeakwoon …

WildKat PR welcomes Academy of Ancient Music

Thursday 13th October '16

WildKat PR is extremely proud to announce our partnership with the Academy of Ancient Music, one of Britain’s foremost period-instrument ensembles.Founded over 40 years ago, AAM boasts a discography of 300 recordings, and has been an …

Opera at Christmas!

Thursday 10th December '15

At this time of year, music is all around us. Choirs sing Handel’s Messiah along with a host of carols and even opera stars sing christmas hits. The theatre has its fair share of Christmas …

12th August: conducting masterclass, rediscovered Stradivarius and Lorenzo’s Viotti’s success

Wednesday 12th August '15

Classical News In today's news, Marin Alsop gives a conducting masterclass, the 'Ames' Stradivarius is rediscovered and Lorenzo Viotti wins a young conductors award. The Strad The rediscovery of the ‘Ames’ Stradivarius Last week it was announced that the 1734 …

11th December: ENO Arts Council Cuts: 10 of the strangest Messiahs: Patrick Lemanski to move to Warner Classics

Thursday 11th December '14

Classical News WildKat PRThe Berkeley Ensemble’s New Cobbett Prize for Composition 2014 has a winner!The Berkeley Ensemble and the panel of judges for the New Cobbett Prize for Composition are delighted to announce Samuel Wesley Lewis’s Sequenza …

A busy, busy November at WildKat

Tuesday 2nd December '14

What an incredibly busy month we have had in the WildKat PR offices this past month. As the countdown to Christmas begins earlier and earlier each year, so does the classical industry's busiest period before …

28th November: Injured violinist spent 10 years playing music in her head, Dartington announces first programme under Joanna MacGregor’s leadership and The Really Big Chorus to usher in the festive season with double Messiah.

Friday 28th November '14

Classical News GuardianSongs of exiles: rescuing ‘degenerate music’ from the shadowsThe Nazi campaign against so-called ‘degenerate music’, saw works by such composers as Weill, Schoenberg and Hindemith denounced and suppressed. More than 70 years later, much …

Rachmaninov manuscript goes under the hammer, James Levine beats paralysis, and Handel’s gift to the poor of London

Thursday 17th April '14

The GuardianSergei Rachmaninov symphony manuscript to go under the hammerSotheby's estimates 320-page document detailing composer's second symphony will fetch up to £1.5m at auction in MayThe TelegraphJames Levine: 'I doubted I'd ever make it back'America's …

14th March: Handel’s Messiah’s charitable history, Arts groups refusing tobacco funding may be penalised and first English-language performance of Rimsky-Korsakov opera

Friday 14th March '14

Guardian How Handel's Messiah helped London's orphans – and vice versa George Handel's oratorio is Britain's best-loved choral work. But without its links to the Foundling Hospital, one of Georgian London's leading charities, we might never have …

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