4th June: Film composers should be treated as ‘seriously’ as Mozart, Michael Nyman on his Hillsborough Memorial and Aled Jones and Joyce DiDonato receive RAM fellowship

Friday 4th July '14

Classical News The Telegraph Film score composers should be treated as 'seriously' as Mozart and Tchaikovsky, Royal Albert Hall director says Film scores should be treated as "serious" classical music, with modern composers doing a similar job as …

New single from Daniel Hope’s upcoming album “Spheres” released today

Friday 14th December '12

Today the digital single from Daniel Hope’s new album ‘Spheres’, is released. ‘I Giorni’ by Ludovico Einaudi, is a piece inspired by twelfth-century folk music from Mali and is performed by Daniel Hope, Jacques Ammon …

2nd November: Placido Domingo Goes Pop, Piano Prodigy at the Shops, and Graphic Opera Debut in a Church

Friday 2nd November '12

LA TimesL.A. Phil's Lionel Bringuier lands conducting gig in ZurichLionel Bringuier, resident conductor with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, has been made the chief conductor and music director of Switzerland’s Zurich Tonhalle. His post will begin with the 2014-15 season …

1st October: Edible Opera Algae, Revived Vivaldi Violin Sonata, and Politicians at the Opera.

Monday 1st October '12

BBC Music MagazineMendelssohn’s statue returns to Düsseldorf A reconstruction of a statue, that was removed in the Nazi era, is unveiled in Düsseldorf Deceptive Cadence, NPRIn Ohio, A Three-Way Musical Marriage Of ConvenienceSymphony orchestras across the country …

3rd August: Broken Silences, Bjork and Battles

Friday 3rd August '12

Gramophone BlogVivaldi – 24 Seasons Later  Jeffrey Freedman talks about writing the screenplay for a new film about Vivaldi.Arts Journal- Slipped Disc Confirmed: Tragic Death of an international pianist Award-winning Rumanian pianist Mihaela Ursuleasa dies suddenly at …

10th May: Anita Hartig, Michael Nyman and Glyndebourne

Thursday 10th May '12

The TelegraphAnita Hartig: new faceAnita Hartig is enjoying special success as Mimi in Puccini's La Boheme.Glyndebourne highlights 2012As Glyndebourne approaches, opera critic Rupert Christiansen picks his three highlights.Glyndebourne: interview with soprano Lucy Crowe ahead of …

9th May: RPS Awards announced, Stephen Barlow and Riccardo Muti

Wednesday 9th May '12

TelegraphComposer threatens to withdraw tax after latest opera rejectedMichael Nyman, who has worked as a film composer for 30 years, complained he had proposed to stage a work in Covent Garden but had been rejected.Classical …