‘Live from London’ – Singing returns to a global online audience!

Monday 29th June '20

The VOCES8 Foundation announces the first-ever global online vocal festivalhttps://vimeo.com/430433141/54bc621bfb'Live from London' is a new, paid-for online festival from the VOCES8 Foundation, featuring some of the world's finest vocal ensembles including VOCES8, I Fagiolini, …

15th May: The Sixteen go Digital, Kunstfestspiele Herrenhausen postponed, Classical Music more popular, Hollywood Bowl Summer Canceled

Friday 15th May '20

The Sixteen announces digital content scheduleThe Sixteen, with founder Harry Christophers, has launched ‘Quarantine with The Sixteen’, a regular schedule of digital content including video diaries and recipes as well as larger virtual choirs, archive …

Cadogan Hall presents twelfth Choral at Cadogan series, Stephanie Blythe wins 2019 Maria Callas award and The Staatsoper Berlin Open-Air Concert was experienced by 45,000 people

Monday 17th June '19

Cadogan Hall presents its twelfth Choral at Cadogan series Cadogan Hall’s twelfth Choral at Cadogan series will return with eight concerts from October 2019 to June 2020.Cadogan Hall presents its twelfth ‘Choral at Cadogan’ series which …

11th June: Spotify market cap soars above $30bn, new edition of the Complete Works of Tchaikovsky under way, Rosemary Johnson appointed MBE

Monday 11th June '18

In today's news: Spotify shares jump to record high, Rosemary Johnson and other leading figures from the classical world are recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours, Schott Music and MPI Music Production International are to …

4th May: Spotify at a loss, RSNO plays along screening of Jaws, Swan Lake returns to Royal Ballet

Friday 4th May '18

In today's news: Spotify remains at a loss despite 75 million paying subscribers, RSNO orchestra to play along viewing of Jaws, combined music-rights database provides more transparency, Crocodiles listen to classical music in MRI scanner, almost …

24th April: First Livestream from Sistine Chapel, Eu investigates Apple’s Shazam acquisition, Met Museum reopens music galleries

Tuesday 24th April '18

In today's news: Sixteen and Britten Sinfonia perform for the Pope, The Phantom of the Opera score big at West End Eurovision 2018,  EU to investigate Apple’s purchase of Shazam, Daniel Barenboim returned his Echo-Awards, …

12th March: Semi finalists for the Menuhin Competition, Getatchew Mekurya died & Rosie Lowe calls out record industry misogyny

Tuesday 12th April '16

Classical News In today's news, the Menuhin Competition names violinists for the Semi Finals, Jazz saxophonist Getatchew Mekurya died at age 81 and singer Rosie Lowe comments on the misogynistic record industry. The Strad Menuhin Competition 2016 names 10 violinists …

15th January: Bazelgette to step down, classical music contest Nigeria & The Sixteen Pilgramage

Friday 15th January '16

Classical News In today's news, Southbank Centre appoints Susan Gilchrist as board chair and the first ever campus classical music contest in Africa begins in May 2016. Also, The Sixteen embark on Choral Pilgramage 2016 and …

6th January: Menuhin competition shortlist, UK music consumption up 4% & arts in schools threatened

Wednesday 6th January '16

Classical News In today's news, a report reveals that UK music consumption increased by 4% in 2015, the Menuhin Competition shortlist is dominated by females and the BBC Proms Inspire scheme is expanded for 2016. Also, …

27th June: The Sixteen announces free festival dedicated to singing, Violin theft is caught on CCTV and The LPO star in a Wimbledon advert

Friday 27th June '14

Classical News Classical-Music.comThe Sixteen announces a free festival dedicated to singingOn Saturday 19 July several choral groups will appear in and around St Martin-in-the-Fields and The National Gallery for Sounds Sublime Festival. Classic FM Violin theft caught on …

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