10/06 Montserrat Caballé, Revered Spanish Prima Donna, Dies at 85
09/27 $2.5m Mellon Foundation grant launches Boston classical music initiative
09/17 Eric Lu wins Leeds International Piano Competition
09/06 Italian Conductor Claudio Scimone has Passed Away
09/01 An All-but-Extinct Piano Plays Once More
08/24 George Walker, Trailblazing American Composer, Dies At 96
08/23 Ronald Arnatt, Composer, Organist, Teacher, Dead At 88
08/14 Iraq's National Symphony Orchestra play on despite unpaid wages
08/10 Cleveland Orchestra receives $9.3 million donation
07/26 Newly discovered viola impromptu by Shostakovich
07/20 Royal College Renames Program to Shift Antiquated Perceptions of Pianists
07/02 Vasily Petrenko: New Music Director of the RPO in 2021
06/16 The conductor Gennady Rozhdestvensky has died
06/05 Acoustic evolution of old Italian violins from Amati to Stradivari
06/04 Fabio Luisi Named Next Music Director of Dallas Symphony Orchestra
05/04 The Secret Life of a Music Director
04/14 Jean-Claude Malgoire died at the age of 77
04/13 Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony needs speeding up by 20 minutes, claims conductor
03/29 BBC NOW/Van Steen review – dynamic showcase of young Welsh composers
03/08 Composer John Williams to Bequeath His Life Work to The Juilliard School Library
03/02 Daniil Trifonov and His Teacher Dazzle With Dual Virtuosity
02/18 Hear How ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ Became a Music Showcase
02/02 François Girard’s production of Wagner’s “Parsifal” - Watch the Met Opera Stage a Sea of Blood
01/28 Barbara Hannigan leads list of Grammy Awards' classical winners
01/19 Meet the New Generation Leading Berlin’s Classical Scene
01/02 How Mongolia went wild for opera
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