2nd February: Free daily music lessons from Opera Holland Park, Submissions open for Opus Klassik 2021, Private radio stations angry with Radio France

Tuesday 2nd February '21

Free daily music lessons for ages 7-14 from Opera Holland ParkOpera Holland Park is releasing free daily music lessons for teachers, parents and carers to watch on demand with their children and young people. In an …

15th January: Opera Holland Park’s Volpe Retires, CS Young Artist Award Winner Announced, Billie Eilish sings for Bond

Wednesday 15th January '20

Opera Holland Park general director Michael Volpe announces retirementMichael Volpe, general director at Opera Holland Park, has announced his retirement after 31 years with the company.Volpe will take early retirement after the 2020 season and …

2nd April: Opera North’s residency for BAME artists returns, Opera Holland Park and Gareth Malone unite for Opera Awards and Musikmesse Festival in Frankfurt

Tuesday 2nd April '19

Opera North’s residency for BAME artists returns Opera North’s Resonance residency, for professional artists from BAME backgrounds, returns for its latest programme this month continuing into May 2019.Launched in 2017 and supported by the PRS Foundation’s …

22nd January: Charles Yang wins Leonard Bernstein Award 2018, Opera Holland Park announces Grenfell memorial gala, Over 100,000 pupils a year to potentially lose opportunity to study arts subjects

Monday 22nd January '18

In today's news: 2017 Sydney Theatre Awards announced, Government's new plans to require 90% of GCSE pupils to study the English Baccalaureate, Charles Yang takes home the Leonard Bernstein Award, The Smiths go classical, Samuel Hasselhorn …

23rd May: ‘Classical’ label on its way to antiquity & consequences of UK’s withdrawal from EU to hit orchestras

Tuesday 23rd May '17

In today's news: the difference between Catholic and Protestant church music, and no permission for project 'tear down this wall!'. Union Verdi and the German Orchestra Union make the Berlin Senate reconsider situation of honorary music …

2nd October: Radio 3’s new artists, Opera Holland Park announces independence & Nicola Benedetti becomes vice- president of National Children’s Orchestra

Friday 2nd October '15

In today's news, Classic FM reports on Nicola Benedetti's appointment as vice-president of the National Children's Orchestra, Opera Holland Park announces independence, Ivan Hewett explains how ancient barriers to classical music no longer exist & …

1st June: Mighty Mouse is saving the Philadelphia Orchestra, Ji Young Lim wins 2015 Queen Elisabeth competition and John Suchet’s tribute to Peter Cropper

Monday 1st June '15

Classical News In today's news Peter Cropper, leader of the Lindsay Quartet, has died aged 69. Ji Young Lim has taken first prize in the 2015 Queen Elisabeth competition and Anna Netrebko speaks to the Guardian about her …

21st May: Pianist James Rhodes wins right to publish autobiography telling of abuse, Harmonia Mundi set to be sold to Belgian independent PIAS and BBC’s Ten Pieces extends classical music programme to teenagers

Thursday 21st May '15

Classical News In today's news the BBC have announced the extension of their Ten Pieces project to secondary schools, however Ivan Hewett comments that we shouldn't dumb down music for teenagers and lists his alternative pieces. …

16th March: 15 best festivals for the over-50s, Opera Holland Park 2015 Season and Battersea Arts Centre hit by fire

Monday 16th March '15

Classical News GuardianFacing the music: Leila JosefowiczFrom Justin Timberlake and Stockhausen to Björk and Sondheim - the violinist shares her musical passionsTelegraph15 best festivals for the over-50sThe festival season isn't just for the young who seem …

21st November: Baghdad’s ballet school: a tiny island of creativity amid inescapable violence, World’s smallest portrait of Mozart sells for £218,500 and Opera Holland Park could receive £5m to become independent.

Friday 21st November '14

Classical News GuardianBaghdad's ballet school: a tiny island of creativity amid inescapable violenceThough the Iraqi capital’s past as a cultural center is a distant memory, the music and ballet school has remained a cultural safe haven …

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