7th April: Tarisio presents GiveBack, Early end of the season in Austria, Cancellation of the Pentecostal Festival in Salzburg

Tuesday 7th April '20

Tarisio announces auction to benefit musicians affected by Covid-19 Tarisio presents GiveBack, a special auction to benefit the musicians who have been profoundly affected by COVID-19. In response to the Covid-19 crisis, which has seen orchestras …

25th August: new da Vinci instrument, Spotify and Warner sign licensing deal

Friday 25th August '17

In today's news: 3 reasons why you should be excited for Rattle’s return, Leading musicians protest St Sepulchre’s ban on secular bookings, and Spotify and Warner sign multi-year licensing deal. Orchestra from Schwerin wins Youth …

3rd July: Tom Jones makes Proms debut, and the effects of Brexit on British creativity

Monday 3rd July '17

In today's news: British Youth Opera announces 30th anniversary productions, Tarisio announces Tarisio Trust Young Artist Grants 2017, and why music means so much to us. Tom Jones to make his Proms debut this year, …

18th October: Pittsburgh Symphony’s ongoing strike, Jacqueline du Pré’s bow withdrawn from auction & the 15th Wieniawski Violin Competition

Tuesday 18th October '16

Classical News In today's classical news round-up, Pittsburgh Symphony cancelled more shows due to the ongoing strike of its musicians. An English cello bow by James Tubbs, which was presumed to have been in the possession of …

30th March: The DJ who has taken up the Waltz, 9/11 opera which uses victims’ final texts opens at ENO next week, Alice Sara Ott as the newest talent in classical music

Monday 30th March '15

Classical News The Times Adamski: The rave DJ who’s taken up waltzing The cool dance of old Vienna has inspired DJ Adamski as pop stars turn to classical music for ideas, says Will Hodgkinson Opera transforms victims’ final texts …

13th January: Mezzo Elena Obraztsova has died and 2015’s music anniversaries

Tuesday 13th January '15

Classical News The Guardian This year's classical music anniversaries – and some less usual suspects Composer anniversaries fuel concert programmes the world over. So here are a few musicians we should be celebrating this year alongside Nielsen and …

19th December: New Steinway owner, The Rest Is Noise closes & Radio 3 to broadcast every Strauss opera

Thursday 19th December '13

Telegraph Stolen Stradivarius sold for £1.4 million at Tarisio auction house A Stradivarius violin once offered for sale by a thief for £100 has fetched almost 14,000 times that much at auction. Five carols ripe for revival Each Christmas, …

Breaking News: Stolen Strad sold for £1,385,000 at auction with Tarisio

Wednesday 18th December '13

The world-famous Stradivarius violin that was stolen from London’s Euston Station in 2010 and later recovered has been sold today, 18th December 2013 for £1.385 million including the buyer’s premium. The ‘ex-Kym’ Stradivarius has been sold by …

22nd October: Stolen Stradivarius up for auction and Brooklyn Philharmonic in financial difficulty

Tuesday 22nd October '13

Guardian Stradivarius offered by thieves for £100 could fetch £2m at auction A stolen Stradivarius that once belonged to Min-Jin Kym has been recovered and will be auctioned at Tarisio auction house in December. Thieves once tried to …

Stolen ‘ex-Kym’ Stradivarius to be sold

Tuesday 22nd October '13

The world-famous Stradivarius violin that was stolen from London’s Euston Station in 2010 and later recovered, will now be going on sale at auction on 18th December 2013. The violin belonged to London-based violinist Min-Jin Kym, a …

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