18th September: The Ivors Academy announces Gold Badge 2019 recipients, Anne-Sophie Mutter mit dem Kulturpreis Praemium Imperiale geehrt, Jonny Greenwood de Radiohead lance son label de musique classique

Wednesday 18th September '19

The Ivors Academy announces Gold Badge 2019 recipientsThe Ivors Academy has announced the first round of recipients collecting a Gold Badge at the 2019 ceremony, hosted by broadcaster Edith Bowman at The Savoy in London …

12th July: UK Music Industry Declared Climate and Ecological Emergency, Sir Stephen Cleobury wins Musicians’ Company, German Music Industry Grows By 7.9 Percent

Friday 12th July '19

UK Music Industry Declares Climate and Ecological EmergencyThe declaration has been administered by the newly formed Music Declares Emergency (MDE) group, an independent organisation created by music business professionals and artists.Signatories include Universal Music, Sony …

17th May: PRS for Music’s new CEO, BBC NOW announces 2019/20 season and an appeal is launched for Notre-Dame donations

Friday 17th May '19

PRS for Music announces new CEO Andrea C. Martin has been appointed chief executive of PRS for Music and will take up the position on 17 June.Martin has worked for a diverse range of data-focused and subscription-based organisations …

25th July: Pekka Kuusisto about his musical career, winners of Operalia & Bayreuth Festival opens without red carpet

Monday 25th July '16

Classical News In our news today, violinist Pekka Kuusisto talks about his plans to flood London with polka, French And South-Korean singers win Domingo’s Operalia, and CMUSE gives five reasons why one should take up a …

18th November: Banks need arts graduates to put humanity back into business, Blaise Bellville: reinventing classical concerts and European project supports emerging ensembles.

Tuesday 18th November '14

Classical News TimesBanks need arts graduates to put humanity back into businessA leading investment bank is seeking to hire a new generation of arts graduates as it blames “linear thinking” mathematicians and economists for elements of …

6th October: Rome Opera sacks 200 permanent members of orchestra and chorus, Classical music breaks out and joins the youth underground, Impersonator records incredible Pavarotti and Freddie Mercury duet

Monday 6th October '14

The GuardianRome Opera sacks 200 permanent members of orchestra and chorusManagement says outsourced musicians and singers will save millions of euros as economic crisis chokes state funding of artClassical music breaks out and joins the …

1st October: Archbishop Welby snubs the Royal College of Organists, elusive Mozart manuscript is discovered and Radiohead guitarist’s new commission from the ACO.

Wednesday 1st October '14

TelegraphArchbishop Justin Welby snubs the Royal College of OrganistsJustin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, has broken with tradition and declined an invitation to be a vice president of the Royal College of OrganistsMeet the finest …

26th June: The barriers between classical and pop, classical music outside of the concert hall and rare Stradivari viola fails to attract buyer

Thursday 26th June '14

Classical News The Telegraph Pop and classical: together at last? Radiohead's guitarist has done it, and so has The National's Bryce Dessner. As Richard Reed Parry releases his classical debut, are the barriers between pop and 'serious music' …

24th January: Barenboim to conduct La Scala Abbado tribute, Canterbury Cathedral’s first girl’s choir & Deutsche Grammophon embraces rock music

Friday 24th January '14

Classic FM OnlineBarenboim to conduct Abbado tribute at La ScalaDaniel Barenboim, the current music director of La Scala, will lead the Milan opera house's orchestra in a tribute to former La Scala director Claudio Abbado, …

3rd January: Rare flutes destroyed by US customs, Young Musician finalists announced, and online piracy still lives

Friday 3rd January '14

Classic FM OnlineFlute virtuoso's instruments 'destroyed by US customs'Performer Boujema Razgui claims his 13 handmade wooden flutes have been destroyed by U.S. customs officials after being deemed to be 'agricultural products'BBC Music MagazineBBC Young Musician …

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