26th November: Garsington Opera announces 2021 summer season, Cultural institutions in Germany will remain in lockdown, Scala de Milan opening behind closed doors

Thursday 26th November '20

Garsington Opera announces 2021 summer seasonMore welcome positive post-Covid signals are coming from the opera world, as Garsington Opera announces the opening of its box office for its 2021 summer season of live opera, featuring …

10 August: The Grange Festival announces promenade production; Federal President Steinmeier attends concert; Roberto Alagna to perform as Al Capone

Monday 10th August '20

The Grange Festival announces new promenade productionGrange Festival 2020 has announced a new production, Precipice. Running from 21-23 August, the production, according to Artistic Director Michael Chance, is 'a demonstration of the power of live music, …

5th April: BSO Resound search for Young Composer, Islington Council launches music education service, and an homage to Montserrat Caballé

Friday 5th April '19

BSO Resound launch search for Young Composer-in-Association UK-based composers aged 18 to 30 are invited to apply for BSO Resound’s Young Composer-in-Association, supported by Allianz Musical Insurance.The position will offer one composer the opportunity to develop …

30th September: Steve Reich talks current classical music states, YouTube’s new Music Executive & EU voted on promotion of EU values through music

Friday 30th September '16

Classical News Today's classical news, Steve Reich talks about the state of classical music in 2016. YouTube hires a Music Executive. NSO starts its season with a new face in Shakespeare. Also, EU voted to prevent violent …

4th January: Behind-The-Scenes Opera Stream, Opera Duo Divorce and New Years Honours for Musicians

Friday 4th January '13

The GuardianPhilharmonie de Paris: a grand design turned £300m 'bottomless pit'Just as François Hollande's cash-strapped government pulls the plug on a score of expensive French state arts projects launched by his rightwing predecessor, one exorbitant …

30th October: Philharmonic at Heathrow, Remastered Ring Recording, and Former Footballer Turns Operatic

Tuesday 30th October '12

GramophoneDecca marks Solti anniversary with remastered Ring in deluxe box-setGramophone has five to give away!Pavel Kolesnikov wins Honens International Piano CompetitionRussian pianist receives cash prize worth $100,000 and three-year artistic development programme worth $500,000Classic FMFormer …

21st June: Russell Watson, Angela Gheorghio and Roberto Alagna

Thursday 21st June '12

The TelegraphRussell Watson to sing at White HouseBritish tenor Russell Watson will perform at Barack Obama's White House for Independence Day celebrations.We can't all be Mozart - but we can still playFrom Caracas to Sterling, …

11th January – A double dose of Plácido Domingo plus money woes overcome

Wednesday 11th January '12

LA TimesL.A. Opera Makes Early $7-Million Payment On Country Loan.Plácido Domingo and other leaders of Los Angeles Opera appeared before the L.A. County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday to announce that the company has paid …