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Bridging the gap

It’s either a completely bizarre musical coincidence or one of those things which isn’t so surprising, really, all things considered.Read More

Music Teacher Awards for Excellence 2017 shortlist revealed

The shortlist for the 2017 Music Teacher Awards for Excellence has been revealed. Created to celebrate excellence in music and performingRead More

York Early Music Christmas Festival 2016

The York Early Music Christmas Festival 2016, which takes place 8-15 December, comprises ten concerts over eight days. The festivalRead More

Stile Antico announces Young Singer Bursaries 2016/17

Mezzo-soprano Sacha Fullerton and soprano Caroline Halls are the recipients of Stile Antico’s 2016/17 Young Singer Bursaries. The singers will participate inRead More

City Music Foundation announces 2016 artists

Tabea Debus (recorder), Miguel Gorodi (jazz trumpet), Joseph Houston (piano), Hannah Morgan (oboe), Ligeti Quartet, Nérija (contemporary jazz ensemble) andRead More

Review: Aladdin

Five stars – An old friend brought joyfully and colourfully to life for a new audience. Aladdin is one ofRead More

Disney’s Aladdin announces new education programme

Flown over from Broadway to the Prince Edward Theatre in London’s West End this June, Disney’s Aladdin has already proven a hit,Read More

Benjamin Grosvenor receives inaugural NY Phil piano prize

Benjamin Grosvenor has been named as the inaugural recipient of the New York Philharmonic’s Ronnie and Lawrence Ackman Classical PianoRead More

Report: Diversity and Inclusion in Composition Conference

Britain is diversifying and the classical music industry needs to diversify with it, was the general consensus at Radio 3’sRead More

Radio 3 makes diversity pledge

Radio 3 controller Alan Davey pledged to reappraise the station’s commissioning process at the inaugural Diversity and Inclusion in ClasssicalRead More

Lewis and Gatehouse announce vision for Leeds Piano

The Leeds International Piano Competition will be live-streamed for the first time, new artistic directors Paul Lewis and Adam GatehouseRead More

Louis Schwizgebel: ‘I like to programme recitals linked by a dramatic theme’

Thrust into the international limelight at the age of 17, time is on the side of Louis Schwizgebel. Guy RickardsRead More

London Mozart Players announces partnership with Bach to Baby

A new partnership between the London Mozart Players and Bach to Baby will launch on 3 December. The new relationshipRead More

Dorico release date announced

Steinberg’s new score writing software, Dorico, will be released on 19 October. Aimed at composers, arrangers, music publishers and musicRead More

Full programme for HCMF 2016 announced

The Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival (HCMF) comprises 39 concerts, within which there are 20 world premieres and 64 UK premieres.Read More

Katya Apekisheva & Charles Owen: Mother Goose Suite – Laideronnette, Empress of the Pagodas by Maurice Ravel

Southbank Centre announces Belief and Beyond Belief festival

The Southbank Centre’s new year-long festival will explore what it means to be human in the 21st century. Presented in partnershipRead More

Sidney Sussex marks anniversary with new commission

Dubai-based British composer Joanna Marsh has composed a new work to mark the 40th anniversary of the admission of womenRead More

Amusics may struggle to read others’ emotions, study reveals

Research from Goldsmiths, University of London suggests that individuals who are tone-deaf may find it harder to read others’ emotions.Read More

4.48 Psychosis wins UK Theatre award

Philip Venables’ 4.48 Psychosis has won the UK Theatre award for achievement in opera. The opera was premiered by the Royal Opera HouseRead More