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15th Feb: Edward Elgar, Bruckner’s Ninth and the Dudamel-mania

The Telegraph The glories of Nazism and meaning what you sing Someone asked a while ago on this blog whether it made a difference to a performer if he or she ‘believed’ the words they were singing. It...

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European Launch for the Waghalter Project at the Philharmonie, Berlin

WildKatPR are thrilled to announce that the Waghalter Project will be featured at the Philharmonie, Berlin, performing to mark their European Launch, on Friday 5th October at 7.30pm. Universally...

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21st September: Musical Molecules, Australian Awards, and Comedy Central

Gramophone ‘Elgar in Performance’ scheme helps stage rarely performed works  Funds now being allocated for 2013 and beyond Classic FM Lang Lang to play at Glenn Gould’s birthday  A host of performers,...

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The Waghalter Project: CD Launch and Concerts.

Today marks the CD launch of Ignatz Waghalter’s violin repertoire by Naxos, performed and recorded by virtuoso violinist Irmina Trynkos, pianist Giorgi Latsabidze, with the Royal Philharmonic...

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Irmina Trynkos and Giorgi Latsabidze perform Waghalter in Berlin

Following the launch of Ignatz Waghalter’s violin repertoire on CD, Irmina Trynkos and Giorgi Latsabidze will be performing Waghalter’s Sonata for Violin and Piano in E minor op.82, alongside works by...

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5th December: Operatic Face-Off, Orchestra Without Conductor and Opera at the...

The Guardian Tale of two epoch-defining classical music titans born in the same year Operatic face-off shows that in Milan at least, Verdi v Wagner is still more of a cultural draw than Strictly v The...

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Raymond Yiu’s New Piece to Premiere at the Barbican and on Radio 3

Raymond Yiu’s most recent commission, The London Citizen Exceedingly Injured, will receive its world premiere at the Barbican on Friday 18th January. The piece will be performed by the BBC Symphony...

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28th June: Sir Peter Maxwell Davies diagnosed with Leukaemia and HMV set to...

Classic FM German musicians beg Angela Merkel to allow instruments through customs Daniel Barenboim, Andras Schiff, Viktoria Mullova and 27 other German performers are protesting against expensive...

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4th March: Elgar’s ‘music therapy’ pieces released, footballer donates €600k...

Telegraph Steven Price, a British hero of the Oscars Nottingham-born composer and musician Steven Price wins the Oscar for original score for his work on Gravity for director Alfonso Cuarón BBC News...

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15th January: 2015 Opera Awards, Michael Kennedy Obituary, Philharmonie de...

Classical News The Guardian ENO strongly represented on new International Opera awards shortlist The only UK company on the shortlist for opera company of the year, elsewhere nominees include US mezzo...

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