7th September A closer look at Classic FM, UK’s biggest commercial radio station

Thursday 7th September '17

In today's news: a closer look at Classic FM, the numbers are in for British music exports, the winners of the Gilmore Young Artist Awards have been announced, Facebook is negotiating with the music industry, …

WildKat PR welcomes back Music@Malling

Monday 17th July '17

WildKat PR is delighted to welcome back Music@Malling for the fourth time. Music@Malling brings world-class artists to historic local venues in West Malling, Kent, combining a hugely successful outreach programme with a firm commitment to …

24th February: Spotify ventures towards publishing own content, Joshua Bell to team with Sony

Friday 24th February '17

In today's news, Joshua Bell is teaming up with Sony Playstation to launch a brand new virtual reality music experience, and an interview with German soprano Simone Kermes, and an exhibition on Siegfried Wagner and …

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 …

27th of July: Dominic Vellard on medieval music, Ralph Vaughan Williams’s lost masterpiece for the Prom, Interview with Paolo Bordogna and death of Jazz bassist Howard Rumsey

Monday 27th July '15

Classical News In today's news, Le Monde reports on musician Dominique Vellard and the free tempo of medieval music and The Telegraph announces that Vaughan William's lost masterpiece "Sancta Civitas" will be played at the Proms. …

4th June: Terry Gilliam promises ‘Pythonic’ new opera, new Vaughan Williams work brought to light and a celebration of Weinberg

Wednesday 4th June '14

Classical News The Telegraph Terry Gilliam promises 'Pythonic' new opera A rarely-performed opera is to be put on the London stage for the first time in 40 years with a Monty Python twist, as Terry Gilliam puts on …

22nd April: Multi-million dollar Strad purchased using bitcoin, NMC overcomes funding crisis and Classic FM Hall of Fame

Tuesday 22nd April '14

The StradLeoGroup purchases multi-million dollar Stradivarius violin with digital currency bitcoinFinancial advisory firm Leo Group LLC has purchased a multi-million dollar Stradivarius violin from the maker’s ‘golden period’ using bitcoin – the first time an instrument of …

London International Players make their Cadogan Hall debut tonight!

Friday 8th November '13

The new, exciting ensemble London International Players make their Cadogan Hall debut tonight, presenting a programme of ‘Bach to Britten’. Speaking to Gramophone about the programme, Artistic Director Ana de la Vega explains the programme …

25th July: Marin Alsop, stolen Steinway and the future of London’s small theatres

Thursday 25th July '13

Classic FMMarin Alsop Extends contract at Baltimore Symphony OrchestraAfter revitalising the orchestra for the past six years, the conductor says she's 'not finished!' and plans to work with them until August 2021.Hospital's stolen Steinway piano …

6th November: Miniature Instruments, Sting Supports Orchestras, and The Hobbit Soundtrack Released

Tuesday 6th November '12

Gramophone2012 Paul Hamlyn Foundation Awards for Artists announcedThree composers and five visual artists each receive £50,000 over three yearsClassic FMSting and Lee Hall support In Harmony North EastSting and Lee Hall have pledged their financial …

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