WildKat welcomes Michel van der Aa

Wednesday 15th January '20

WildKat is delighted to announce that we are working with composer Michel van der Aa on his new album ‘Time Falling’ Michel van der Aa, winner of the 2015 Johannes Vermeer Award and 2013 Grawemeyer award, …

Out now! Yury Kunets releases third album Reflection

Friday 28th June '19

Today, Russian composer Yury Kunets has released his new album "Reflection" with the Munich Symphony Orchestra and the help of an award-winning team! In his work, Kunets combines elements of classical, jazz and pop music. Melodic …

Welcome Assaf Kacholi!

Tuesday 18th September '18

Mit großer Begeisterung starten wir eine neue, spannende Zusammenarbeit mit dem lyrischen Tenor Assaf Kacholi. Assaf Kacholi ist einer der vielseitigsten Sänger Europas und ist schon auf den größten Bühnen weltweit aufgetreten. Er ist kreativ und …

WildKat PR welcomes Ashia Bison Rouge!

Thursday 7th September '17

Ashia Bison Rouge is a Polish born, American raised composer, cello player and singer, who lives in Berlin. She is a citizen of the world and so is her music.  Combining elements from Jazz, Pop, classical …

26th April: Robin Ticciati as new principal conductor & reopening of Opéra comique de Paris

Wednesday 26th April '17

In today's news: La La Land acrobatics outside the walls of the City Hall and London Symphony becomes Orchestra in Residence of the Luxemburg Philharmonic. Chetham's School of Music in Manchester gets a movable audience …

24th January: a new festival for Norwich, disaster for cellist with United Airlines, Kennedy Center 2017-18 Season Launch

Tuesday 24th January '17

  In today’s classical news, pop music takes over classical choices on the popular BBC radio programme Desert Island Discs, and the Brook Street Band announce a new festival to take place in Norwich.  Trouble for …

WildKat PR welcomes Cantate

Friday 8th August '14

WildKat PR is delighted to welcome Cantate to its roster. Cantate is a mixed-voiced youth choir that have recently returned from the World Choir Games in Latvia as double gold medal winners. The choir, based …

8th April: New Warner Classics president & professionals can’t tell the difference between a Stradivarius & a modern violin

Tuesday 8th April '14

Classical Music Magazine Alain Lanceron named president of Warner Classics & Erato Alain Lanceron has been confirmed as president of Warner Classics and Erato following Warner Music Group’s purchase of EMI and Virgin Classics’ catalogues and recording …

7th April: International Opera Awards, Lang Lang’s honorary doctorates and London A Cappella Competition

Monday 7th April '14

The Telegraph The International Opera Awards: a reminder of a vibrant operatic scene Amid signs of gloom, the International Opera Awards are a welcome reminder of just how vibrant the operatic scene is. The 2nd International Opera …

11th March: Violin scam to come to trial, robotic arm for amputee drummer, and Finnish composer wins prize

Tuesday 11th March '14

Limelight Magazine Esa-Pekka Salonen wins 2014 Nemmers prize Finnish composer and conductor awarded the 2014 Michael Ludwig Nemmers Prize in Music Composition Cincinnati American Classical Music Hall of Fame inducts five Legendary American pianist Andre Watts, who has appeared multiple …

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