31st March: Bristol Old Vic announces classical proms concerts, first female organists at St Pauls’s & Ukrainian Philharmonic flashmobs pay tribute to protesters

Monday 31st March '14

Guardian Can Tony Hall's plans for the BBC win over the arts crowd? Hall's art package – and the closure of BBC3 - risk alienating the young but could make some old friends happier, says Steve Hewlett. Bristol Old …

26th March: Rufus Wainwright loves Messiaen, Tony Hall speaks at BBC Arts Launch & Stradivari viola for sale from $45 million

Wednesday 26th March '14

The Guardian Rufus Wainwright: Why I love composer Olivier Messiaen'I listen to Messiaen's work over and over – and once stole from him. But only one bar' BBCTony Hall - BBC Arts launchSpeech given by Tony Hall, …

Tony Hall & the NCO

Monday 9th December '13

‘Wow…'- Tony Hall’s opening word of his talk at the National Children’s Orchestras of Great Britain’s performance at the Royal Festival Hall yesterday.In their final concert of their 35th anniversary year, Tony Hall spoke with …

March 5th: Dame Kiri Te Kawana on Downton, Diversity and the BBC Director General.

Tuesday 5th March '13

Classic FM Dame Kiri Te Kanawa set for Downton Abbey appearance The fourth season of Downton Abbey will feature a cameo appearance from Kiwi soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa Gramophone Tenebrae to release Alexander Levine’s The Divine Liturgy of …

15th November: Beethoven in Berlin, Barenboim’s Middle East Music Academy, and Radio Rivalry

Thursday 15th November '12

GramophoneNon-stop Beethoven at Berlin’s KonzerthausA 12-hour Beethoven marathon welcomes Iván Fischer as chief conductor of the Konzerthausorchester BerlinClassic FMNigel Kennedy UK tour dates confirmed for spring 2013Nigel Kennedy has confirmed plans to tour the UK in …

14th Mar: Helicopters, ‘Hot Brit’ and the Hungarian State Opera

Wednesday 14th March '12

LA TimesConductor Dies After Collapsing During Bach Performance.Vincent LaGuardia, 68, the longtime conductor of the Arapahoe Philharmonic, collapsed during a performance of Bach's "Toccata and Fugue in D minor" at a concert in Colorado. He later …

12th December – Tony Hall: “Am I worth it?”

Monday 12th December '11

The GuardianThe best classical music of 2011: Fiona Maddocks's choiceAmazing orchestras, opera premieres and Wagner in a Cornish church stay in the mind.Slipped DiscMayor Boris promises better musical futuresThe fund set up by London’s Mayor …

Classical Music News – 21st June

Tuesday 21st June '11

Every day the WildKat team scan newspapers, websites and blogs for interesting classical music news, and now we’ve decided to publish our lists so that you can get a classical music news summary each day. …

Industry Idols – Tony Hall

Wednesday 22nd September '10

The music industry can be a competitive and intimidating place. Young people often wonder how it is ever possible for certain professionals within the music industry to get to where they are now. To show …