U-Live and the Royal Albert Hall are proud to announce a concert performance of Tchaikovsky’s Iolanta on 24 June 2015, which will go on sale on Wednesday 25th September 2013.
The new partnership with Global Radio’s Classic FM, which reaches more than 5.6million listeners each week, will extend Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s world-class music-making to even wider audiences.
Audiences have the chance to hear the Gramophone Classical Music Awards’ Recording of the Year 2013 winner Patricia Kopatchinskaja this autumn when she goes on a UK tour with the Philharmonia Orchestra and Vladimir Ashkenazy, a European tour with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Vladimir Jurowski, and releases a major new album on Naïve.
Legendary British a cappella ensemble The King’s Singers continue their award-winning relationship with Signum Classics with the release of a major new studio album, Great American Songbook in October.
The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra today launches an exceptional new video magazine, which will be published six times a year as an app for iPad and iPhone: RCO Editions.
Widely regarded as classical music’s most coveted prize, it was chosen from more than 800 new releases and announced this evening at a glittering ceremony at London’s LSO St Luke’s.
In its centenary year, the Critics’ Circle today announces its third annual Critics’ Circle Music Awards and is proud to confer its 2013 Award for Outstanding Musician on John Eliot Gardiner.
The Royal Mint today revealed the design for the 50p coin commissioned to mark the centenary of the birth of Benjamin Britten, which falls on 22 November 2013.
Paul McCreesh’s A New Venetian Coronation, 1595 wins Gramophone Award: Winner of the ‘Early Music’ recording category, 2013 Gramophone Classical Music Awards
Gramophone today unveils the 11 recordings which have beaten more than 800 new releases to win the 2013 Gramophone Classical Music Awards for best in their category