12th May: Yehudi Menuhin School alumni premiere ‘Corinne’s Song’, International Opera Awards for Munich and Berlin, Ministers announce new measures for entertainment industry workers

Wednesday 12th May '21

Yehudi Menuhin School alumni premiere ‘Corinne’s Song’ in memory of violinist Corinne ChapelleA large group of Yehudi Menuhin School alumni have performed and recorded Corinne’s Song, an original piece of music for string orchestra, in memory …

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 …

17th March: Love songs are for girls says Ivan Hewett, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra cancels US tour, Violin maker claims to have found location of treasure hidden in Federlein’s ‘Marsch-Impromptu’

Tuesday 17th March '15

Classical News The TelegraphLove songs are for girlsA history of love songs reveals their place at the forefront of social change but fails to do women justice, says Ivan HewettThe StradViolin maker claims to have discovered …

Dunja Lavrova’s homage to great violinists past…

Tuesday 10th February '15

Upholding the playing style of great violinists past, Dunja Lavrova has released her debut solo album My Dusty Gramophone, which promises a nostalgic trip back in time. Launching at OSO Arts Centre in Barnes on …