June 12th: Royal Conservatoire of Scotland hosts digital open day, Leftists want to anchor culture in Basic Law, Stéphane Lissner departs from Opéra de Paris

Friday 12th June '20

Royal Conservatoire of Scotland hosts first digital open dayThe Royal Conservatoire of Scotland is set to host its first digital open day for prospective students amid the Covid-19 pandemic.Scotland’s national conservatoire will open its doors …

27th February: Julie Walters returns to Classic FM, Scottish study on music education and Munich University suspends high-ranking employee

Wednesday 27th February '19

Julie Walters returns to Classic FM for a new series of ‘Turning Points’ Much-loved actress Julie Walters is returning to Classic FM to present a second series of Turning Points from Saturday 2 March, 9-10pm.Turning Points explores the biggest moments in …

Creative Entrepreneurship: International Festival Encounters 2017

Monday 25th September '17

WildKat PR offers a training fund to all members of staff to help them learn new skills, develop their interests, and also to bring something new back to the team. James Hardie returned to his …

New Music Scotland Nomination for Ailie Robertson

Friday 27th January '17

We're very proud to share news that Ailie Robertson has been nominated for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Award for Achievement in New Music, part of the Scottish Awards for New Music.  This award marks 'the …

2nd November: NYOS’s new Artistic Director, BBC 4’s new documentary & Ludovico Einaudi

Wednesday 2nd November '16

Classical News In today's classical news, National Youth Orchestras of Scotland has appointed Nicolas Žekulin as its Chief Executive and Artistic Director. BBC Four has announced the release of a documentary which will explore racial diversity and …

24th June: Music industry reacts to Brexit, Syrian Orchestra at Glastonbury & new partnership for RCS

Friday 24th June '16

Classical News In today's news, Glastonbury starts with an opening by the Orchestra of Syrian Musicians, the music business reacts to Brexit & the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland announces a new partnership with Dumfries House. Also, electronic …

27th April: Anna Netrebko withdraws from Norma, Scottish Opera’s new season & Esa-Pekka Salonen at Met Opera

Wednesday 27th April '16

Classical News In today's news, Anna Netrebko surprisingly withdraws from singing at Royal Opera's Norma, Finnish conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen to work with Metropolitan Opera, Google offers a virtual tour through the Sydney Opera House and Scottish Opera announces …

Paul Chamberlain’s new album to be released tomorrow

Monday 30th June '14

Accordionist Paul Chamberlain will be releasing his second album tomorrow. Accordion Sensations will be launched on 1st July 2014 at the 1901 Arts Club in Waterloo and includes fantastic repertoire by Scarlatti, Weber and Zolotariev. Paul has …

WildKat PR welcomes classical accordionist Paul Chamberlain

Thursday 10th October '13

WildKat PR is pleased to welcome classical accordionist Paul Chamberlain to its roster, who will be touring around the UK in 2014 alongside plans to release a new disc.Although a relatively new instrument on the …