3rd March: Simon Rattle appointed to the LSO, why male domination of classical music may be coming to an end, WHO recommends reducing music listening to an hour a day

Tuesday 3rd March '15

Classical News The TimesSir Simon Rattle finally confirmed for London Symphony OrchestraAfter one of the most extended courtship rituals in the history of music Sir Simon Rattle was confirmed today as the next music director of …

1st November: ‘Performing Global Warming,’ new ‘Universal Music Classics’ label and 9 year old opera singer wows Holland’s got talent

Friday 1st November '13

New York TimesPerforming Global WarmingTwo students of global warming with a love of music explore the role of the arts in engaging the public on subtle environmental changes.Work by Britten Resurfaces at American Ballet TheatreA …

30th July: Virtuoso Returned Violin, Diners Delighted With Opera and Ring Cycle Reviews

Tuesday 30th July '13

The TelegraphWhy young people still care about classical musicIvan Hewett is cheered to find that the young people attending the Institute of Ideas Academy had an appetite for the serious and the sublime.The Guardian Ring cycle …

13th March: Red Nose Day, Instrument Passports and Pianist Performs at St Pancras

Wednesday 13th March '13

The TelegraphThe Big Question: There's an anti-intellectualism in BritainThe first of the Big Question debates at the Royal Opera House prompted composer Mark-Anthony Turnage to say there's anti-intellectualism in Britain.Classical Music MagazineABRSM’s new chief executive …