9th September: Phila Orchestra’s negotiations, applications open for Gheorghe Dima & Perahia signs to DG

Friday 9th September '16

Classical News In today's news, Murray Perahia left CBS and Sony Classical and signs with DG, musicians of Philadelphia Orchestra are negotiating their contract to regain raises in salary, South African Tenor Johan Botha passed away at …

29th April: Sneaker-star back in spotlight, dispute at Romanian Opera & Malcolm Arnold manuscript rediscovered

Friday 29th April '16

Classical News In today's news, sneaker-star and Metropolitan Opera tenor Francesco Anile got another chance in the spotlight, Romanian culture minister resigned amid a dispute at the Romanian National Opera and a missing manuscript by Malcolm Arnold has …

12th December: Arvo Pärt interview, André Rieu sells out Romanian concert tickets in hours and Welsh choir wins UK Choir of the Year Competition

Friday 12th December '14

Classical News The TelegraphArvo Pärt interview: 'music says what I need to say'A rare audience with the monk-like Estonian minimalist who may be the world's greatest living composerClassic FMAndré Rieu sells out Romanian concert tickets in …

Trinity Buoy Wharf presents exhibition: ‘Synchronicity’

Thursday 27th February '14

Trinity Buoy Wharf, Docklands thriving centre for the arts and creative industries opens its exhibition, 'Synchronicity' to the public tonight following last night's preview at The Electrician's Shop. Open 10am to 8pm today until 2nd March, the …

5th September: Xian Zhang, high expectations for Calleja, and missing Tchaikovsky Symphony reappears

Thursday 5th September '13

The New York TimesChoosing emotion over virtuosityIn his recent solo recital, Soheil Nasseri went in search of virtuosic extremes in a selection of works that demonstrated the piano’s ability to reflect the whole gamut of human …