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Concert film starring actor Bill Murray and cellist Jan Vogler gets selected for the 74th annual Cannes Film Festival

Thursday 10th June '21

The feature-length concert film which was formed from an enchanting musical friendship between Murray and Vogler, ‘NEW WORLDS: THE CRADLE OF CIVILIZATION’ has been selected for the 74th iteration of the annual Cannes Film Festival, …

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24th May: Royal Academy of Music Set to Decolonise Their Collection, Lyon Opera Occupants Announcers Move On

Monday 24th May '21

Royal Academy of Music Set to Decolonise CollectionThe UK’s oldest conservatoire is considering moving on some of its collection of rare instruments as part of a decolonisation review of its 22,000-piece collection.Officials at the …

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27th August: dip in the number of GCSE Music students, standing ovation for Plácido Domingo, Beethoven’s global anniversary launched at the Folle Journée

Tuesday 27th August '19

Charity, ISM notes a significant dip in the number of GCSE Music students The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) released worrying statistics yesterday that demonstrated a significant decrease in the amount of pupils studying GCSE music.The …

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WildKat is hiring in New York

Monday 29th July '19

We are hiring a Senior Account Manager as we expand across the Atlantic. About WildKatWildKat is a game-changer in the classical music industry.  We believe in changing the status quo of our industry, embracing creative …

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24th June: Andrei Kymach wins BBC Cardiff Singer of the World, classical music gets lost in metadata and Blind gehört Live returns

Monday 24th June '19

Andrei Kymach wins BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2019 Baritone Andrei Kymach, from Ukraine, was announced as the winner of BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2019 on Saturday 22 June.During the final round held …

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Blüthner announcement, Aural Diversity Initiative and La Scala News

Wednesday 19th June '19

Blüthner has announced its Wimbledon Piano Classics 2019 programme. The concert series, which takes place at Trinity United Reformed Church in Wimbledon from 10 to 12 October 2019, is presented by Blüthner and the Royal College of Music, who have assembled a world-class …

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Home office bans disabled musicians from travelling to Edinburgh, GSMD launches new Masters in Electronic Music and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians officially locked out

Tuesday 18th June '19

Home office bans disabled musicians from travelling to Edinburgh for cultural event Campaigners are appealing to the public to back their petition to overturn the decision.The decision to bar 19-year-old violinist Jyothi Kalaiselvi and 25-year-old keyboardist …

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Cadogan Hall presents twelfth Choral at Cadogan series, Stephanie Blythe wins 2019 Maria Callas award and The Staatsoper Berlin Open-Air Concert was experienced by 45,000 people

Monday 17th June '19

Cadogan Hall presents its twelfth Choral at Cadogan series Cadogan Hall’s twelfth Choral at Cadogan series will return with eight concerts from October 2019 to June 2020.Cadogan Hall presents its twelfth ‘Choral at Cadogan’ series which …

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31st May: Harry Ogg joins Welsh National Opera, Renee Hunt appointed to Opera North board of trustees, and a lock of Beethoven’s hair to be auctioned at Sotheby’s

Friday 31st May '19

WNO announces new associate conductor Harry Ogg Young British conductor Harry Ogg will join Welsh National Opera this summer as WNO associate conductor, in collaboration with the Donatella Flick LSO Conducting Competition after reaching the competition …

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30th May: Bach and Slipknot equally bad for drivers’ concentration, Palm Beach Symphony’s new director, and 2019’s Resonant Bodies Festival

Thursday 30th May '19

Heavy metal and classical music ‘bad for driver behaviour’ A new study has claimed that listening to heavy metal or classical music in the car is bad for driver behaviour.The experiment, carried out by road safety …

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