The National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain (NYOGB) comes together for a busy summer of activities including a UK tour taking in Sage Gateshead, Symphony Hall, Birmingham and a televised BBC Proms concert.
At the invitation of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, NYOGB joins forces with First World War Centenary initiative The Last Post project to represent the UK at an international event marking the last day of peace in 1914, 27 July.
They are joined for this special London date by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra conducted by Guerassim Voronkov, to sing a range of Italian and French operatic solos and duets as well as a selection of some more popular Spanish zarzuelas.
Youtube's first ever classical music star Valentina Lisitsa puts the power in the audience's hands at Bristol Proms 2014.
The 7-month celebration explores music by one of the world’s most loved composers presented alongside performances of compositions by his contemporaries and composers who influenced him.
The orchestra will be made up of musicians from the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra and the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Winner of the 2014 Royal Philharmonic Society Instrumentalist of the Year Award, young Moldovan violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja makes her Edinburgh International Festival debut on 18 August 2014.
The Genesis Foundation has extended the range of artists it supports with the appointment of David Doidge as Genesis Trainee Répétiteur at Welsh National Opera and Robbie Jacobs who joins Genesis Sixteen as their first student conductor.
Acclaimed British composer Max Richter makes his Royal Albert Hall debut bringing to life The Four Seasons Recomposed, his ground-breaking re-imagining of Vivaldi’s masterpiece.
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