April 2nd – April 8th: Marquee TV Presents LPO Digital with Amazon Prime, Ukrainian Musicians Welcomed In Germany & France, Women Dominate Classical Music Grammy Awards

Friday 8th April '22

Marquee TV Presents LPO Digital Residency and Partnership With Amazon PrimeMarquee TV has announced its US launch on Amazon’s Prime Video Channels, as well as the second year of its digital residency with the London Philharmonic Orchestra.Alongside the …

29th May: Lack of diversity in Canadian music, friends of Ravel attempt to acquire manuscripts

Tuesday 29th May '18

In today's news: Lack of diversity leads to funding cuts for Toronto Opera and Orchestra, Classic Brit Awards donates tickets to London Music Fund, BBC Ten Pieces teach students about classical music, Yannick Nezet-Seguin: The director …

8th May: Opera accused of elitism, Philly orchestra provides unity in Israel, FEMUA festival in Abidjan

Tuesday 8th May '18

In today's news: Opera chiefs accused of elitism, Philadelphia Orchestra brings Jewish and Arab Israeli communities together, contemporary composers Helmut Lachenmann and John Cage meet in Munich, plans of the Berlin Rundfunkorchester for season 2018/19 and …

24th July: Ernst Ottensamer has died, and Kian Soltani goes to Deutsche Grammophon

Monday 24th July '17

In today's news: Kian Soltani signs with Deutsche Grammophon, Olsok celebrated at Trondheim Festival, and Kate conducts The Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra.  Ernst Ottensamer has died, new opera streaming platform, and Slowenian choir is "Eurovision Choir …

24th November: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra strike resolved, Scottish Awards for New Music & Munich concert hall

Thursday 24th November '16

Classical News In today's classical news, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra strike is resolved, Scottish Awards for New Music are announced, and Beethoven score row between Sotheby's and expert breaks out. Also, restoration of Bayreuth Festival Theatre will …

2nd February: Conductor Israel Yinon dies after collapsing onstage, Tom Morris on making classical music more saleable and pianist Aldo Ciccolini has died.

Monday 2nd February '15

Classical News GuardianThe crisis at the Coliseum is just part of our national opera’s malaiseOnce the ENO stood for something. Now the artform no longer feels as if it speaks to its audienceIndependentConductor Israel Yinon dies …