4th March: Honorary award ceremony at the Royal College of music, Jonas Kaufmann is awarded honorary doctorate, Strike movement restarts at Paris Opera House

Wednesday 4th March '20

HRH The Prince of Wales honours celebrated musicians at RCM ceremonyHRH The Prince of Wales conferred honours to a number of celebrated figures in the international music world at a ceremony held today (3 March …

10th June: Prince Charles announced as RWCMD president, Anna Im wins Michael Hill international violin competition, Ian Stoutzker receives knighthood

Monday 10th June '19

HRH Prince of Wales announced as RWCMD president The Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (RWCMD) has announced that the college’s patron, HRH The Prince of Wales will become its president starting in July.HRH Prince …

7th March: Maxim Vengerov made Honorary Doctor of the Royal College of Music, medici.tv to livestream 2019 Carl Nielsen Competition, Jacques Loussier Obituary

Thursday 7th March '19

‘Music education empowers kids’ – violinist Maxim Vengerov Speaking at the Royal College of Music, Maxim Vengerov told Classic FM: “Music education empowers kids with two very important things – they are being creative by playing instruments and …

9th July: royal harpist replaced, Facebook streaming service planned, unseen letter by Mendelssohn is displayed

Thursday 9th July '15

Classical News In today's news, Prince Charles' royal harpist is replaced and Facebook is planning its own streaming service. Also, an unseen letter by Mendelssohn is displayed in Cambridge and Friedemann Weigle has died aged 53. Royal harpist …

13th March: ‘Opera remains the preserve of the rich,’ Boris Giltburg on Brahms’ neglected piano scores, Arts Impact Fund makes £7million available to arts organisations, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and Vladimir Ashkenazy honoured by Royal College of Music

Friday 13th March '15

Classical News The Guardian Will Self: ‘Opera remains the preserve of the rich’Brecht and Weill’s Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny is a satire on money and hedonism written in an age of crisis. So …

Dunja Lavrova’s homage to great violinists past…

Tuesday 10th February '15

Upholding the playing style of great violinists past, Dunja Lavrova has released her debut solo album My Dusty Gramophone, which promises a nostalgic trip back in time. Launching at OSO Arts Centre in Barnes on …

12th February: Sweethearts sharing the stage, Price of Wales discusses classical music, and ‘Japanese Beethoven’ faces the music

Wednesday 12th February '14

The Huffington PostCan Women Save Classical Music?Changing statistics on classical music listenersNPRClassical Couples: Sweethearts Sharing The StageHappily, the arrows are still flying and the roster of musical matchups keeps growing. For this Valentine's Day, NPR …

Classical Music News – 2012 Olympics, Royal Opera, Joan of Arc, Barbican

Monday 7th November '11

Every day the WildKat team scan the newspapers and blogs online to bring you a digested list of the day’s classical music.GramophoneBBC 4 explores the symphonyFour documentaries to be broadcast throughout NovemberThe Times (£)Joan …