Naxos, the world leader in classical music recording, signs the NomadPlay digital catalogue

Tuesday 19th January '21

For the first time ever, play in unison with some of the greatest artists of Naxos' repertoire! Emblematic tracks from Naxos and its distributed labels will now be available on the rising music platform, NomadPlay!© …

29th May: Classical music keeps CDs popular, Bloomington Symphony Orchestra perform torch-lit concert after powercut, and an interview with Harald Schmidt

Wednesday 29th May '19

CDs aren’t dead – and we have classical music fans to thank Recent research by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has found that CD remains the most popular music format nationally, with 43 per cent of all music consumed this way, …

WildKat PR welcomes guitarist Artyom Dervoed!

Friday 23rd February '18

We are delighted to welcome celebrated classical guitarist Artyom Dervoed.Image: © Kirill KaretinHaving won 16 prestigious awards in various international competitions, Artyom Dervoed is in a class of his own – or in the words …

26th January: Marin Alsop honoured with major orchestral award, Plans unveiled for Tokyo Stradivarius Festival, Rheingau Music Festival announces theme ‘friendship’

Friday 26th January '18

In today's news: Facebook engineer who died aged 33 creates fellowship to lend his Vuillaume violin to worthy talents and Nancy Zhou wins $50,000 first prize at International Music Competition Harbin. Also, Winners of the …

11th January: Charles Dutoit Steps Down as Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the Royal Philharmonic, Liverpool unveils 2018 culture celebrations

Thursday 11th January '18

In today’s news: The Royal Philarmonic and Charles Dutoit have together decided to bring forward his resignation from his role as Artistic Director and Principal Conductor. St John’s Smith Square and Tenebrae announce Holy Week …

WildKat PR welcomes Damian Iorio

Wednesday 15th November '17

We’re delighted to welcome to our roster Damian Iorio, conductor, who we will be working with over the coming months.  Damian’s reputation as a formidable conductor continues to grow thanks to highly-acclaimed performances with leading …

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 …

17th February: Classical music sales, England’s arts funding & German copyright contract law

Wednesday 17th February '16

Classical News In today's news, Classical Music Magazine reports about challenges in classical music sales, England's arts funding to be restructured and German copyright contract law to be repelled by the German Stage Association. Also, Andris …

7th January: Classical music still dominated by white men, violinist sues repairman for snapping $80k bow and Naxos launches new high-definition music streaming and download service

Wednesday 7th January '15

Classical News GuardianClassical music in 2014 - still dominated by dead white men's music performed by living white menBachtrack’s statistics, and Christina Scharff’s research, prove yet again that the classical music industry needs to changeClassic FMViolinist …

14th October: LGBT rights protesters at Carnegie Hall, soaring violin prices and Gramophone sold

Monday 14th October '13

New York TimesGay Rights Protests Follow Gergiev to Carnegie HallGay rights advocates protested against a performance of the Mariinsky Orchestra led by Valery Gergiev outside Carnegie Hall on Thursday night. There was heckling inside the …

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