19th March: Academy of St Martin in the Fields perform all night at Tate Modern, Verbier Festival enters 26th year and Berlin’s public stages attract 3 million visitors

Tuesday 19th March '19

Academy of St Martin in the Fields to perform through the night at Tate Modern Throughout the night of 12 April, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields will perform Gavin Bryars’ Jesus’ Blood Never Failed …

18th January: Uzi Wiesel obituary, Hindemith Prize for Aigerim Seilova and London’s Prokofiev Festival

Friday 18th January '19

Cellist Uzi Wiesel has died aged 92 The Israeli cellist and pedagogue Uzi Wiesel, who studied at the Academy of Music in Tel Aviv and returned to teach there for over 30 years, has died aged 92 …

2nd August: Operalia 2017 winners announced, and Song Aa wins Vareler composer’s prize

Wednesday 2nd August '17

In today's news: Guildhall School announces autumn 2017 season, Operalia 2017 winners announced, and Los Angeles Philharmonic Announce New Assistant Conductor. Song Aa wins Vareler composer's prize, George Li publishes debute album at Warner Classics, and …

16th February: The Hidden Woman of Modern Music, Classical Music & the Caste System in India

Thursday 16th February '17

In today’s news, Vienna celebrates the 150th anniversary of Strauss' Donauwaltz, and an insight into the role classical crossovers play in radio broadcasting. A classical revolution is arising in Madras, and Mandy Parnell surfaces as a hidden powerhouse influence in modern music. …

25th July: Pekka Kuusisto about his musical career, winners of Operalia & Bayreuth Festival opens without red carpet

Monday 25th July '16

Classical News In our news today, violinist Pekka Kuusisto talks about his plans to flood London with polka, French And South-Korean singers win Domingo’s Operalia, and CMUSE gives five reasons why one should take up a …

WildKat PR welcomes US baritone John Brancy

Thursday 18th September '14

We are delighted to welcome versatile baritone John Brancy to our international client roster.John has been hailed by the New York Times as “a vibrant, resonate presence” and a “dashing, strong-voiced baritone”. The 2014-2015 season will see …

2 May: Classical Music in Tokyo’s Tower Records, Daniel Barenboim launches new label & proposed Perth Opera House

Friday 2nd May '14

Guardian I've found classical record buying nirvana - in Tokyo's Tower Records If you want a fix of actual tangible classical music product, there's only one place to go, says Tom Service. BBC Music Magazine Daniel Barenboim launches new …

‘Honourable Second’ – Raymond Yiu on Post Premiere Performances

Tuesday 9th July '13

International Online Magazine Tokafi has published a fascinating article on securing second performances of contemporary classical world, written by Tobias Fischer, with comments from composer and jazz pianist Raymond Yiu, amongst others. The article touches …

26th April: Chinese Opera, Wagner’s Secret and Classic FM Live

Friday 26th April '13

The Guardian What's Wagner's secret? Love, actually Every time Paul Mason hears Wagner he wonders how it is that the music of an antisemite can tear his heart to pieces. The answer is in the passion … The …

29th August: Helium, Hopkins and Last Hurrahs.

Wednesday 29th August '12

GramophoneJurowski to bow out of Glyndebourne with a new AriadneFrench opera joins the repertory for Glyndebourne 2013 and the boss’s wife sings NorinaTelegraphAlexander Sprague - New FacesRupert Christiansen introduces promising young tenor Alexander Sprague, who …