31 July: Celebrating Women in Salzburg, Children’s Chorus Conductor and New Composition Prize

Tuesday 31st July '18

Today's news: CBSO appoints Ula Weber as conductor of the Children's Chorus ahead of its 25th anniversary in 2019, UMG drops its plans to float and Salzburg Festival celebrates women. Exactly how easy is it to …

WildKat PR welcomes back baritone Peter Schöne!

Tuesday 20th February '18

Wir freuen uns über die erneute Zusammenarbeit mit dem Bariton Peter Schöne.Foto: Gisela SchenkerSei es nun „leuchtender Bariton“ (SZ) oder „exzellenter Sänger mit hervorragender Technik“ (FAZ): Peter Schöne weiß sowohl seine Kritiker als auch sein …

5th January: Politicians can learn from Wagner’s Hans Sachs, Bryn Terfel interview, Julian lloyd Webber to sell his Stradivarius cello

Thursday 5th February '15

Classical News The Guardian'I hope our artistic leaders will heed Sachs's advice. The survival of ENO may depend on it'Wagner’s Hans Sachs could teach today’s politicians a thing or two about the value of art, writes …

1st September- Neil Young orchestral album, BBC Prom 58 review: ‘overwhelming’ and tributes paid to John Lynch

Monday 1st September '14

Classical News The Guardian Neil Young said to be prepping orchestral album entitled Storytone Fans have observed a big clue on the official website of composer Chris Walden, who notes arrangements for an ‘upcoming’ Young album, out in …

29th August- BBC assumptions on new music, Laura Wright soprano says strength is sexy, and Salome’s 2000 years of inspitation

Friday 29th August '14

Classical News The GuardianLiving Symphonies: when an ecosystem becomes an orchestra24 speakers have been installed in Bedgebury Pinetum in Kent to create a natural symphony.The GuardianWhy does the BBC assume its audience won't like new music?The …

18th June: Simone Dinnerstein, David McVicar and Carl Davis

Monday 18th June '12

The TelegraphThe opera novice: Richard Strauss' Salome - a Biblical family romanceStrauss' opera Salome is a psychosexual drama full of excruciatingly beautiful music.The IndependentSimon Bolivar Orchestra: Kids aloudAs the orchestra returns to Britain, Matthew Bell …