17th February: Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment refusal to tour by plane, Bonn Opera crumbles, Classical music victories: millennials in the spotlight

Monday 17th February '20

Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment fights climate crisis with refusal to tour by planeThe Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment (OAE) have announced that they will travel by train, rather than plane, for their …

9th April: How can you make an opera about 9/11? The ENO open a foyer cafe to help with finances, Croydon Council’s refurbishment plans for Fairfield Hall

Thursday 9th April '15

Classical News The GuardianHow can you make an opera about 9/11?Opera has always thrived on grandiose spectacle, but are the events at the World Trade Center a tragedy too far? The team behind ENO’s new work …

18th February: Creative subjects being squeezed out of poorer schools, classical sales declining year-on-year and NYC Night Shift.

Wednesday 18th February '15

Classical News IndependentCreative subjects being squeezed out of poorer schools, says major arts studySpecialist arts teachers in state schools have declined by 11 per centClassical Music MagazineClassical sales: declining year-on-year, and streaming fails to compensateSales of …

23rd January: The Southbank Centre announces 2015-16 programme, Barenboim to perform with Dudamel and BBC Proms launches 2015 ‘Inspire’ competition for young composers

Friday 23rd January '15

Classical News GuardianOpera, festivals and a legendary pianist: the Southbank Centre announces 2015-16 programmeNext season’s highlights include Opera North’s semi-staged Ring cycle, and anniversary celebrations for Barenboim, Shakespeare and MenuhinClassic FMBarenboim to perform with Dudamel to …

28th May: Lorraine Hunt Lieberson, London Symphony Orchestra and Eric Whitacre

Tuesday 28th May '13

The GuardianWhat does a £2,500 record sound like?Audiophile Pete Hutchison has gone to extraordinary lengths to reissue golden era classical recordings in their purest form. Fervor: Remembering Lorraine Hunt LiebersonAhead of the Orchestra of the Age …

9th April: Galina Ustvolskaya’s music, Firework-Maker’s Daughter and Kent Nagano

Tuesday 9th April '13

The GuardianA guide to Galina Ustvolskaya's music The Russian composer's brutally uncompromising work has an elementality that's both horrifying and thrilling. The Telegraph The Firework-Maker's Daughter, The Opera Group & Opera North 7 ROH2, Linbury Studio Theatre The Firework-Maker's …

27th June: Dr Dee, Edward Gardner and Jamie Philips

Wednesday 27th June '12

The GuardianThe fantastic Dr Dee: angels, magic and the birth of modern scienceAs Damon Albarn's opera opens in London, Carole Jahme wonders why Dee has been written out of the history of science.The Simon Bolivar …

12th June: Helmut Lachenmann, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and Jason Vieaux

Tuesday 12th June '12

The GuardianA guide to Helmut Lachenmann's musicEver wondered what a beetle on its back sounds like? Try opening your ears to the virtuosity of Lachenmann's music.Jessica DuchenMy first night shiftFull marks to the Orchestra of …

27th Apr: Toby Spence Cancer, Stephen Hough in St Louis, Kavakos Signed by Decca, OAE 4 Star Review

Friday 27th April '12

The TelegraphJust how English is English National Opera meant to be?The English National Opera's 2012-13 season is exciting and fresh but Rupert Christiansen questions how much actually showcases the best of home music.Can the English …

WildKat PR announce new collaboration with the OAE

Monday 23rd April '12

WildKat PR are very excited to announce a new collaboration with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. We will be working with the orchestra as they launch their latest innovative marketing campaign featuring unlikely …

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