Every day the WildKat team scan the newspapers and blogs online to bring you a digested list of the day’s classical music news.
Pianist found wide following through internet. By Mark Seow.
New York Times
A man falls in Vermont. Classical music shudders.
The effects of James Levine’s accident this month and his replacement as conductor at the Metropolitan Opera have rippled across two continents. By Daniel J. Wakin.
Former Beatles star Sir Paul McCartney writes his first original orchestral score for dance.
The corporation should maintain its commitment to serious classical music, says Max Davidson.
An evening called ‘The Best of British’ celebrated 200 years of popular choral, orchestral and film music published by Novello. Hilary Finch reports.
Researchers in Germany have been working on the age-old legend that sopranos have their monthly ups and downs. Norman Lebrecht reports.