20th September: Guildhall School and The Royal Opera announce Oliver Leith as new Doctoral Composer-in-Residence, Monteverdi und der Klimawandel, Distinction : L’Opéra du Rhin élu « Opéra de l’année 2019 »

Friday 20th September '19

Guildhall School and The Royal Opera announce Oliver Leith as new Doctoral Composer-in-ResidenceGuildhall School of Music & Drama in association with The Royal Opera has announced Oliver Leith as the fourth Doctoral Composer-in-Residence. Launched in …

9th April: Help Musicians UK reopens Do It Differently fund, Longborough Festival Opera announces 2020 season and Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester presents the 2019/20 season

Tuesday 9th April '19

Help Musicians UK reopens 360-degree Do It Differently fund Help Musicians UK, the independent charity for musicians, has today opened the second round of its most celebrated fund, Do It Differently.Do It Differently represents the most …

15th May: An old building fit for modern times? & Victoria Wood gets own statue

Monday 15th May '17

In today’s news: Victoria Wood gets her own bronze statue, listen to the drunk version of the Wedding March, and is the Royal Albert Hall fit for modern times? Interview with Antonio Pappani, a call …

10th January: PRS appoints new chair, BBC Proms launches 2017 Inspire Scheme & Emil and the Detectives’ musical production in Berlin

Tuesday 10th January '17

Classical News In today's classical news, classical music critic, Ivan Hewett, from The Telegraph, is presenting a new series on music's five greatest chords on BBC Radio 4, at 1:45 PM from 9th to 13th January. …

5th August: Greenpeace performs Arctic requiem, violinist wins border fine appeal, and Happy Birthday could be put in public domain

Wednesday 5th August '15

Classical News Guardian Facing the music: Tansy Davies From Monteverdi to Ligeti, via Prince, Carla Bley and Stockhausen - the composer whose Re-greening is premiered this week by the NYO - reveals her musical passions Greenpeace performs Arctic requiem …

2nd January: Tim Ashley’s opera guide: phantasmagorias and fairytales, Michael Kennedy dies aged 88 and classical review of 2014: is Europe losing its grip?

Friday 2nd January '15

Classical News GuardianTim Ashley's opera guide: phantasmagorias and fairytalesTim Ashley selects five operas full of magic and mystery and tracks down the best productions available to watch complete on YouTubeTelegraphMichael Kennedy, world authority on classical music, …

WildKat PR welcomes Silent Opera

Friday 6th June '14

WildKat PR is pleased to welcome back Silent Opera to its client roster. Following the success of Monteverdi's L'Orfeo at Trinity Buoy Wharf, Silent Opera is embarking on a new project which allows the audience …

Opening Night of Silent Opera’s L’Orfeo

Wednesday 23rd January '13

Tonight marks the opening night for Silent Opera's latest production of Monteverdi's L'Orfeo. With the use of silent disco technology, placed in a transformed docklands warehouse at Trinity Buoy Wharf, Silent Opera are inviting you to …

Silent Opera on BBC Radio 3’s In Tune Today

Wednesday 16th January '13

Tune in to BBC Radio 3 this afternoon, as the Silent Opera team will be live on air to discuss their upcoming production of Monteverdi's L'Orfeo. Founder and Director, Daisy Evans, will be joined by Musical Director, …

Upbeat with Daisy Evans

Tuesday 15th January '13

As the opening night of Silent Opera's production of L'Orfeo draws closer, we stole a few moments with the company's Founder and Director, Daisy Evans, for a more personal interview where Daisy shares her musical tastes and experiences, …

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