10th June: London’s Young Classical Artists Trust Announces 2021 Prize Winners, Musikfest Berlin is expecting international guests, Fête de la musique maintained with masks and curfew

Thursday 10th June '21

London’s Young Classical Artists Trust Announces 2021 Prize WinnersThe 2021 Young Classical Artists Trust (YCAT) announced its 12 first prize winners. All twelve young artists will join the YCAT roster — granting a dedicated artist …

14th September: Subdued Proms concludes after Rule, Britannia! row, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin: Season opening, Culture Minister releases millions for the ONP and the Opéra Comique

Monday 14th September '20

Subdued Proms concludes after Rule, Britannia! rowA subdued version of The Last Night of the Proms has been held in London, after a row over Rule, Britannia! threatened to overshadow the event. It saw a …

16th July: Hong Kong tutor found guilty of acting as an agent for a dealer, Musikfest Berlin defies Corona with Beethoven’s work, Aziz Shokhakimov appointed Musical and Artistic Director of the Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra, When Marian Anderson Defied the Nazis

Thursday 16th July '20

Hong Kong tutor found guilty of acting as an agent for a dealerThe Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal has upheld a ruling against a violin tutor who took a commission from a violin dealer …

August 30th: Why is Classic FM so popular with Millennials? Academy Music Group expansion and new Dallas Opera chief

Thursday 30th August '18

Academy Music Group has announced a new lease agreement with Manchester-based live entertainment venue, FWSO has hired Keith Cerny as its next president and CEO. New artists announced for woman and tech festival, and why …

20th September: 44.000 visitors at Musikfest Berlin, Keith Barnard and Solem Quartet to play ‘lie-down’ festival

Wednesday 20th September '17

In today's news: Cypress Hill on working with the London Symphony Orchestra, New BBC flagship arts show presenter finds theatre too 'stressful', and a musical odyssey about the desperate train journeys that divided India. Musikfest Berlin …

31st August: Radio 3 gives dementia sufferers voice, nudist viola player

Thursday 31st August '17

In today's news: Pioneering Radio 3 show gives dementia sufferers a voice, leading musicians assemble for gala performance in aid of Refugee Council, and nudist viola player plays during naked skydive to raise money for …

24th August: Schools pushing classical music to the margins, Sir Nicholas Serota tipped as next Arts Council chairman & classical music comes to the club scene

Wednesday 24th August '16

Classical News In our news today, schools are pushing classical music to the margins, Gramophone reports, Sir Nicholas Serota has been offered a role as Chairman of the Arts Council, and a rotating group of musicians …

31th August: royalties dispute between PRS for Music and SoundCloud, an Interview with Christian Thielemann, The iranian refusal of Barenboim’s concert.

Monday 31st August '15

Classical News In today's news Gramophon reports that the Performing Rights Organisation will take legal actions against Soundcloud and Concerti publishes an interview with Christian Thielemann. Also, Classicallite announces that long lost opera "Andina" will receive …

Mahler Chamber Orchestra joins the WildKat PR roster

Thursday 30th April '15

WildKat PR is very pleased to announce that we will be working with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra! This is an exciting time to be following the orchestra; they are due to play three times at …

TONIGHT – Bamberg Symphony at Berlin Philharmonie

Monday 8th September '14

The Bamberg Symphony will perform at the Berlin Philharmonie tonight at 8pm as part of the Musikfest Berlin. The festival takes place at the Philharmonie and its Kammermusiksaal over the course of 21 days. 25 orchestras, instrumental …