With works by Caetano Veloso, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Marisa Monte, and Zequinha de Abreu, Stradivarius in Rio is released in April 2014.
The Genesis Foundation has commissioned three new settings of the “Stabat Mater” from three leading composers working across Europe today: Alissa Firsova, Tõnu Kõrvits and Matthew Martin. Premieres to be given by Harry Christophers and The Sixteen.
The Menuhin Competition 2014 announces Japanese Rennosuke Fukuda (14) and Dutch-American Stephen Waarts (17) as this year's junior and senior first prize winners.
A landmark event amongst the 2014 First World War centenary commemorations, the Royal Choral Society’s performance of Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem includes star bass-baritone Bryn Terfel and the internationally-renowned London Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Financial Times met up with Joyce DiDonato over lunch in New York and published an exclusive interview this weekend.
Celebrations begin with a gala concert and dinner at Buckingham Palace, hosted by HRH The Prince of Wales.
Winner of the 2013 Gramophone Recording of the Year, visceral Moldovan violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja, makes her Britten Sinfonia debut as director/soloist in a folk inspired concert with a strong Eastern European flavor.
Two of the UK’s leading visionary opera companies, The Opera Group and Mahogany Opera, are joining forces to become Mahogany Opera Group.
London Philharmonic Orchestra announces 2014/15 Royal Festival Hall season, including the most extensive celebration of Rachmaninoff’s music ever undertaken in a season
Mark Wigglesworth has been announced as the new Music Director of English National Opera (ENO) from the 2015/16 season. Wigglesworth will succeed Edward Gardner in September 2015.