December 11th – December 17th: Eldbjørg Hemsing Signs to Sony Classical, Düsseldorf City’s New Opera House, Lionel Sow Appointed New Director of Radio France Choir, Juilliard School Receives $50 Million Grant

Friday 17th December '21

Sony Classical Signs Violinist Eldbjørg HemsingSony Classical has announced that it has signed Norwegian violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing. Her first release as part of this exclusive relationship will be the single Winter Meditation on December 17, and her debut …

Christmas With Jonas Kaufmann at The Royal Albert Hall, on December 16th

Tuesday 9th November '21

This Christmas, international opera star Jonas Kaufmann returns to the Royal Albert Hall, on 16 DecemberInternationally renowned German operatic tenor, Jonas Kaufmann, will be taking the stage at the iconic Royal Albert Hall, to …

30th April: Alexander Buhr heads up Sony Classical A&R, Grütters wants structural funds for cultural scene, Culture Responds to Édouard Philippe

Thursday 30th April '20

Alexander Buhr to head up Sony Classical A&RAlexander Buhr is joining Sony Classical to run the label’s Berlin-based A&R operation, and oversee the label’s international A&R strategy. The newly created post – the full title …

19th June: Australian National Piano Awards finalists announced. Mozart opera manuscript goes under the hammer in Paris. First RCM Yamaha Clarinet Prize winner announced.

Tuesday 19th June '18

In today's news: Australian National Piano Awards finalists have been announced. Mariinsky Orchestra performs inaugural concerts at the King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture in Saudi Arabia. Open air opera in Berlin attracts audience of …

29th March: Classic FM launch new festival, Sony Classical signs Hauschka, Luminato announces festival lineup

Thursday 29th March '18

In today's news: New Classic FM music festival announced, Sony Classical signs Hauschka, classical music played to police dogs, Toronto arts festival Luminato makes a statement with its 2018 lineup, Kirill Serebrennikow to stage at …

2nd February: Wigmore Hall reveals 2018/19 season, ‘O Canada’ will become gender neutral with new lyrics, Violist sues Royal Oper House

Friday 2nd February '18

In today's news: Sony Classical signs new guitarist, ISM announces sexual harassment and discrimination webinars and Nevill Holt Opera announces new orchestral partnerships. Also, Music industry urges new EU presidency to support safe harbour reform and over 600.000 …

4th August: How to build a career in music, and Jonas Kaufmann’s new album to be released

Friday 4th August '17

In today's news: Leonard Elschenbroich steps in to save BBC Proms premiere, how to build a career in music, and how much money will Spotify lose by the end of 2017? "Europa-Preis" for Franz Welser-Möst, …

9th January: ROH collaborates with V&A Museum, Sony Classical released Harnoncourt’s complete recordings & Smith is to step down from WYSO

Monday 9th January '17

Classical Music In today's classical news, Royal Opera House collaborates with V&A Museum on an exhibition examining the creation of seven operas. Rock star Tony Iommi from Black Sabbath turns to choral music, composing a piece …

11th October: 2016 ECHO Klassik Awards, Pentatone’s new VP & Marriott Classical Music Festival

Tuesday 11th October '16

Classical News In today's classical news, Deutsche Phono-Akademie announced its 2016 ECHO Klassik awards. Pentatone, a Dutch music label, appoints new vice president, Renaud Loranger. Also, Marriott Classical Music Festival returns for its third year. The Strad Cellist Sol Gabetta …

3rd October: Courtney Love makes her opera debut, Dvořák’s New World Symphony manuscript comes to US for the first time and City Music Foundation announces classical artists for 2014.

Friday 3rd October '14

GuardianCourtney Love to make her opera debut in New YorkLove ‘wanted to do something challenging’, so she has taken a role in a production at a ‘visionary opera-theatre’ festivalTelegraph Blow your own trumpet The pTrumpet is made …

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