Every day the WildKat team scan the newspapers and blogs online to bring you a digested list of the day’s classical music news.
Not in Our Time is a terrific piece whose textual content may cause choirs and audiences to think: is this for us? Emphatically it is. And now it ought to come to London, thinks Michael White.
Surely it’s time opera houses and concert halls threw open their gilded doors and made classical music available to the world? So asks Tom Service.
Norman Lebrecht asks why it is that no violinist today enjoys genuine world fame.
The Welsh National Opera has veered between mediocrity and magnificence. David Pountney will steady the ship, says Richard Morrison.
It’s impossible not to come away star-struck, says Emma Pomfret.