13th March: Chicago Symphony musicians on strike, BBC Radio 3’s Big Chamber Weekend and Havelländische music festival’s new program

Wednesday 13th March '19

Chicago Symphony Orchestra musicians go on strike On Sunday evening the musicians of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra walked out of negotiations with the Board of Trustees and announced that they would not return to work until …

Welcome Psappha!

Wednesday 18th July '18

We are delighted to be working with North-West based ensemble, Psappha, on its 2018/19 concert season. Furthermore, we can announce that Mark-Anthony Turnage has been announced as Psappha's newest Patron, following the death of longtime Psappha Patron …

29th August: Classical:NEXT accepts proposals, 300-year-old violin recovered safely & Gramophone becomes Apple Music curator

Monday 29th August '16

Classical News In today's classical news, Classical:NEXT accepts proposals for its next global gathering, Sally Beamish speaks about how the theft of her viola turned her into a composer, and 300-year-old violin taken from London train …

28th June: Musicians protest Brexit, The Hogboon and Festival d’Aix-en-Provence’s New Director

Tuesday 28th June '16

Classical News In today's news, musicians in London protest against Brexit with Beethoven's 'Ode to Joy', Peter Maxwell Davies's final work at Barbican's concert hall, and the National Post questions whether new audiences might be attracted …

9th June: Sir Peter Maxwell Davies memorial service, her Majesty’s Music & Anish Kapoor on Wagner

Thursday 9th June '16

Classical News In today's news, the memorial service for Sir Peter Maxwell Davies will take place on 27 June, the rich music legacy of the Royal family & Anish Kapoor comments Wagner. Also, Juilliard-trained cellist embraces her immigrant …

7th June: Sydney Opera House film, Simon Rattle on his return to London & Lang Lang makes recital debut in New Zealand

Tuesday 7th June '16

Classical News In our news today, a new film will show the history of the Sydney Opera House, Sir Simon Rattle comments on his return to London & Lang Lang will make his New Zealand recital …

Our top 10 #ClassicalWomen to celebrate on International Women’s Day 2015

Friday 6th March '15

In the week leading up to International Women's Day the team at WildKat PR have been discussing some of the best moments, pieces, events and performances that have come from classical women. Here are 10 …

Pianist, curator and commissioner Christina McMaster joins WildKat PR

Friday 30th January '15

The most recent addition to the WildKat PR client roster is none other than the highly innovative pianist, curator and commissioner Christina McMaster.Her continually growing reputation for bold and vivacious performances has allowed to her …

20th August: final talks at MET Opera, review of Young Euro Classic 2014, influence of classical music on shopping

Wednesday 20th August '14

Classical News The New York Times Metropolitan Opera Clears Last Hurdle in Labor Talks The Metropolitan Opera and the union representing its stage hands reached a contract deal early Wednesday morning.The Guardian Peter Maxwell Davies at 80: ‘The music …

10th July: Welsh Proms conductor to meet costs if ticket sales fail, St John’s Smith Square announces its new season and why classical music is taking over the world

Thursday 10th July '14

Classical News BBC News Wales Welsh Proms conductor to meet costs if ticket sales fail The conductor of this year's Welsh Proms will have to pay the orchestra out of his own pocket if tickets do not sell. Classical-music.com Mozart …

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