15th March: Classical Music magazine relaunch, Avery Fisher Career Grant Recipients and Bernard Haitink made honorary member of Vienna Philharmonic

Friday 15th March '19

Classical Music relaunches as the voice of the industry In April 2019, Classical Music magazine will be relaunched as the voice of the classical music industry, promoting the crucial role that music plays in the UK’s cultural landscape.CM will …

16th January: 2019 ABO Conference, and a new home for the Royal Concertgebouw

Wednesday 16th January '19

2019 ABO Conference programme announced This year’s ABO Conference will be hosted by the Ulster Orchestra at the ICC Belfast from 23-25 January.The theme, cross border, will inspire debate about border issues in the UK classical music industry, including Brexit, digital, diversity …

3rd August: The Young Euro Classic festival starts at Konzerthaus, The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra dismisses Daniele Gatti

Friday 3rd August '18

In today's news, the Young Euro Classic festival starts at Konzerthaus, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra has dismissed Daniele Gatti, citing reports from “a number of female colleagues", authors choose Oper Frankfurt as Best Opera House …

12th September: Last Night of the Proms, Oliver Mears to join Royal Opera House & 13-year-old Gwydion Rhys conducts Proms in the Park orchestra

Monday 12th September '16

Classical News In our news today, concertgoers at The Last Night Of The Proms show their solidarity with the European Union, Oliver Mears will join the Royal Opera House as Director of Opera, and 13-year-old Gwydion …

Mariss Jansons announces resignation, Dennis Russell Davies discusses minimalism, and Dvořák gets twerked

Wednesday 23rd April '14

The GuardianMariss Jansons announces Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra departureThe conductor's 10-year reign as chief of the world-renowned Amsterdam orchestra will end after 2014-15 seasonThe TelegraphDennis Russell Davies: why minimalism is bigBasel Symphony Orchestra's chief conductor, Dennis …

3rd April: the world of Anton Bruckner, Sir Neville Marriner at 90 & the new Orchestival 2014

Thursday 3rd April '14

The GuardianSex, death and dissonance: the strange, obsessive world of Anton Bruckner There's no doubt Anton Bruckner was an oddball, a man with an unhealthy interest in dead bodies and teenage girls. But the composer's obsessions …

23rd September: Print and digital change, Orchestra goes gangam, and new iPad app

Monday 23rd September '13

The GuardianBen Preston: 'Radio Times needs to get people talking'As the magazine celebrates its 90th birthday, its editor discusses the role of print, digital change and life outside BBC WorldwideClassic FM OnlineClassic FM to broadcast …

Behind the Scenes at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

Wednesday 20th February '13

With an extensive programme of events happening at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in the past month, the young musicians have spent a lot of their time in various rehearsals. Here is a sneak peek …

20th February: Titanic Violin, Ticketing Legislation and Classical Music on Reality Television

Wednesday 20th February '13

The TelegraphSerious music doesn’t have to hurt your earsComposer George Benjamin has the knack of making the most rebarbative composition sound comprehensible, says Jane Shilling.Classic FMTitanic musician's violin to be auctionedA violin believed to have …

ACCENTUS Music to record International Mahler Festival Leipzig 2011

Tuesday 17th May '11

We are excited to announce that ACCENTUS Music will be recording performances from the International Mahler Festival 2011, in co-production with MDR/ARTE and the Gewandhaus zu Leipzig.As the exclusive TV and DVD production …