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 …

17th August: London’s ‘domination of culture’ must end, Dudamel Fellows 2016/17 announced & live symphony orchestra will perform entire Harry Potter film score

Wednesday 17th August '16

Classical News In our news today, Sir Jonathan Mills speaks about the “domination of London” in culture and politics, Dudamel Fellows announces 2016/17 partcipating conductors, and a live symphony orchestra will perform the entire Harry Potter …

Gender discrimination in the Iranian music industry

Friday 4th December '15

The last minute cancellation of a performance last week by the Tehran Symphony Orchestra at the World Wrestling Cup, infuriated its conductor Ali Rahbari. As the orchestra was about to play the national anthem, it was announced …

15th July: school choirs decline, row at Wigmore Hall, opera about Middle Eastern oil

Wednesday 15th July '15

Classical News In today's news, Amy Bryant writes for The Telegraph about the sad decline of school choirs, rows at Wigmore Hall concert over disabled seats and a new Syrian opera about the effect the discovery of …

Welcome David Pearl!

Friday 3rd July '15

WildKat PR is delighted to welcome our newest client, David Pearl. As a corporate creativity maestro, opera singer, writer, speaker and keen amateur cyclist, David was asked to launch of one of the fastest bikes in the …