17th July: ETO autumn tour dates announced. Pinchas Zukerman’s 70th birthday.

Tuesday 17th July '18

In today's news: English Touring Opera's autumn season. Oliver Knussen's order and disorder. Opera director Petr Weigl have passed away. Karajan wax figure revealed at Madame Tussauds, Vienna. Celebrating the 70th birthday of violinist Pinchas …

13th January: SAM Summer School, Ray Chen signs with Decca Classics & more reactions on Elbphilharmonie

Friday 13th January '17

Classical News In today's classical news, applications are now open for the 9th Sound and Music's Summer School, which will take place from 30th July to 5th August this year. Violinist Ray Chen, former 1st prize …

11th October: 2016 ECHO Klassik Awards, Pentatone’s new VP & Marriott Classical Music Festival

Tuesday 11th October '16

Classical News In today's classical news, Deutsche Phono-Akademie announced its 2016 ECHO Klassik awards. Pentatone, a Dutch music label, appoints new vice president, Renaud Loranger. Also, Marriott Classical Music Festival returns for its third year. The Strad Cellist Sol Gabetta …

Pinchas Zukerman’s Protégé, Asi Matathias, Debuts in Berlin and New York/Pinchas Zukermans Protegé, Asi Matathias, debütiert in Berlin und New York

Thursday 12th February '15

WildKat PR are pleased to be working with the young and talented violinist Asi Matathias. Asi did his first ever performance with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at the age 14 under the baton of Zubin …

1st May: English National Opera to branch out into musical theatre, Richard Farnes departs from Opera North and Spanish soprano under scrutiny for tax evasion

Thursday 1st May '14

Classical Music MagazineEnglish National Opera to branch out into musical theatreEnglish National Opera ENO has announced it will be opening its doors to the world of musical theatre as part of company plans to create a …

1st November: ‘Performing Global Warming,’ new ‘Universal Music Classics’ label and 9 year old opera singer wows Holland’s got talent

Friday 1st November '13

New York TimesPerforming Global WarmingTwo students of global warming with a love of music explore the role of the arts in engaging the public on subtle environmental changes.Work by Britten Resurfaces at American Ballet TheatreA …

Daniel Hope: Fiddler’s Tale Part 1

Thursday 18th April '13

Fiddler’s Tale is the title that violinist Daniel Hope gave his programme for Saturday Classics. In these programmes he presents a selection of recordings that reflect his life in music so far and also which follow …

6th August: Hoaxes, Robberies and Lookalikes

Monday 6th August '12

The TelegraphTheatre director Michael Attenborough is no fan of modern operaMichael Attenborough, the son of Lord Attenborough, says modern opera 'studiously avoids anything so old-fashioned as melody or emotion'Arts Journal- Slipped Disc Mihaela: the final rites, …