18th February: NYCGB announces 2021 Young Fellows, German government criticized for not matching help for arts, Glyndebourne Festival adapts its programming

Thursday 18th February '21

NYCGB announces its 2021 Young Composers and FellowsEight musicians aged 22 to 26 have been selected for the National Youth Choirs of Great Britain’s 2021 Young Composers and Fellowship programmes. The schemes each offer a fully …

21st April: two new partners for NYCGB Young Composers Scheme, Streaming boosts Universal Music’s business, Régis Campo winner of the Grand Prix lycéen des compositeurs 2020

Tuesday 21st April '20

NYCGB announces two new partners for Young Composers SchemeNational Youth Choirs of Great Britain (NYCGB) has announced two new partnerships for its Young Composers Scheme: Steinberg Media Technologies (Technology Partner and Innovation Grant Sponsor) and …

7th October: NYCGB 2019/20 Fellows revealed, Die Wiener Staatsoper trauert um Marcello Giordani, Concours Corneille 2019 : récital final et lauréats

Monday 7th October '19

NYCGB 2019/20 Fellows revealedNational Youth Choirs of Great Britain (NYCGB) has revealed the eight young musicians selected to join its 2019/20 Fellowship Programme.This year’s Fellows are:James Botcher – tenor 1, East Sussex Eleanor Bray – …

6th August: Brains work in sync during music therapy, NYCGB seeks talented composers for Young Composers Scheme 2019/20, Anna Netrebko cancels “Lohengrin”…

Tuesday 6th August '19

Brains work in sync during music therapyNew research demonstrates that the brains of a patient and therapist become synchronised during a music therapy session. The research, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychology, was carried out …

2nd February: Wigmore Hall season launch, NYCGB Chief Executive Search, and Queer Talk

Thursday 2nd February '17

In today’s Classical News, Wigmore Hall announces their 2017/18 season, and NYCGB search for their first Chief Executive. In Suffolk a new exhibition, 'Queer Talk: Homosexuality In Britten’s Britain', is inaugurated today.   In Nantes, toddlers are …

10th June: First International Youth Choir Festival, musician forced to carry instrument unprotected & graphic listening guides at TSO

Friday 10th June '16

Classical News In today's news, the first International Youth Choir Festival will take place in 2017, British Airways forces musician to carry his instrument unprotected and Vienna Philharmonic opens their home for refugees. Also, the Toronto …

30th October: Weir commission, Opera on the iPad & NYCGB’s PRS award

Friday 30th October '15

Classical News In today's news, Judith Weir has her first major commission as Master of the Queen's Music, the British Composer Awards 2015 shortlist is announced, and Royal College of Music will acquire the English National Ballet …

27th August: John Mauceri interview, Stradivari loaned to Ashmolean, results of NIIOC announced

Thursday 27th August '15

Classical News In today's news, an interview with John Mauceri, 'Rode' Stradivari loaned to Ashmolean Museum and the results of the fifth Northern Ireland International Organ Competition are announced. Guardian Facing the music: John Mauceri Carousel, Callas, Czerny playing Beethoven … …