Classical Music News – 10th June

Friday 10th June 2011

Every day the WildKat team scan newspapers, websites and blogs for interesting classical music news, and now we’ve decided to publish our lists so that you can get a classical music news summary each day. If you’ve read anything interesting each day that we’ve missed do feel free to comment and let us know!


Stephen Hough: It’s a great time to be a composer

Ivan Hewett interviews Stephen Hough about his diverse career.


When Scott Walker met Francis Poulenc

The Royal Opera House combines music and dance and two very different composers in one concert.


Diggers for victory: 17th century radicals inspire choral music

Diggers have provided inspiration for a new choral work by James Weeks.

Thomas Hampson: a man obsessed with Mahler

An article about the American baritone who is renowned for his interpretations of Mahler.

The Times

Danielle de Niese: Beauty of the Baroque

Review of Danielle de Niese’s new CD.