11th May: The Open University hosts Panel Discussion of Women leading in Music, Virtual orchestra breaks world record, The return of the public to the Lyon Auditorium

Tuesday 11th May '21

Women leading Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Music Education and the Music IndustriesThe Open University will host the Panel Discussion of Women leading Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Music Education and the Music Industries on …

6th April: 50th anniversary of Stravinsky’s death will be marked by events, Miniatur Wunderland: Train plays classical music, Reopening of cultural venues in mid-May

Tuesday 6th April '21

50th anniversary of Stravinsky’s death to be marked by series of eventsThe 50th anniversary of Igor Stravinsky’s death on 6 April 1971 is to be marked over the coming month with performances – many of …

14th December: Why classical music can be as mainstream as pop, Christoph Waltz to direct Opera and a piano world record in Bosnia

Thursday 14th December '17

In today's news: Bryn Terfel has pulled out of the Met Opera's production of Tosca due to vocal fatigue, Composer Alexis Ffrench's approach to condensing compositions into three-and-a-half-minute tracks to make them more accessible and …

9th October: Dresdner Sinfoniker recieve special honour, ‘Make Some Noise Campaign’ raises over £3.5million

Monday 9th October '17

In today's news: Winehouse charity helps young singers with chronic health conditions, 'Make Some Noise Campaign' raises over £3.5million, and Sweden to hold women-only festival. The Lincoln Center is scaling down it’s renovation plans. The …

4th April: Female composers competition & World Record for a running violin

Tuesday 4th April '17

In today's news:  Detroit Symphony Competition began for female composers, Birmingham Conservatoire student beats world record, Thomas Brandis and Kishori Amonkar have died, new music director for England’s Yehudi Menuhin School, piano celebrations in the Tiroler Festspiele Erl starts in …

Beares Auctions launches perpetual auction

Tuesday 23rd February '16

Today, boutique online auction house, Beares Auctions launches its ‘Moto Perpetuo’ platform. This perpetual online service adapts the traditional process of auctioning instruments, once or twice a year, to the fast-paced, 
technology- focused world. This …

10th March: Gerard Mortier dies aged 70, first BBC Young Musician jazz award, & ‘deaf’ composer apologises for deception

Monday 10th March '14

The GuardianAvant-garde opera director Gerard Mortier dies aged 70 Belgian former artistic director of Madrid's Teatro Real is praised as 'visionary and generous figure.' The Fly music magazine closes after nearly 15 years Free monthly magazine that was …

3rd February – The search for the a record-breaking bass plus Philip Glass’ 9th Symphony

Friday 3rd February '12

GramophoneSoprano Angela Meade Wins Beverly Sills Artist Award .Metropolitan Opera grant is worth $50,000.Stanford Concerto Orchestration To Be Premiered.Violin concerto no. 2 will be heard for the first time with orchestra at Durham Cathedral.The TelegraphAlan …