NEW! Classical Music in 2017-18 at London’s Barbican

11/02/2017

The Barbican announces its 2017–18 classical music season

barbican_box_officeThe Barbican today announces its 2017–18 classical music season. At the core of the unparalleled programme are the Centre’s Resident Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, Associate Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, and the Barbican Associate Ensembles the Academy of Ancient Music and Britten Sinfonia. Barbican International Associates, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra return to the Centre this season. Read more

NEW! 2017 50th Blossom Music Festival season in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

11/02/2017

Blossom Music Festival Marks 50th Anniversary Read more

NEW! The Carnegie Hall 2017-2018 Season

08/02/2017

2017-2018 AT CARNEGIE HALL

Over 170 concerts – plus an increasing array of educational and social programs that reach out to students, families and young musicians – will be featured in the upcoming season at Carnegie Hall. Read more

NEW! Preview of the LA Opera 2017/18 Season

26/01/2017

LA OPERA: THE 2017/18 SEASON

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General Director Plácido Domingo has announced six mainstage productions to be presented at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, as well as two concerts, one of them in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Mr. Domingo’s first performance in Los Angeles. Read more

NEW! Garsington Opera’s Extended 2017 Season

18/01/2017

GARSINGTON OPERA ANNOUNCES EXTENDED SEASON – 1 June to 30 July 2017

logo_gowFor the first time in its history, this summer Garsington Opera will present four productions as well as a large community opera. 2017 also sees the arrival of the Philharmonia Orchestra for one opera production each season for the next five years. This year the festival offers Handel’s seductive masterpiece Semele, Debussy’s enigmatic Pelléas et Mélisande, Mozart’s Le nozze di Figaro, Rossini’s Il turco in Italia and will conclude with Silver Birch, a large-scale work for a professional cast with local community participants of all ages, commissioned by Garsington Opera, from leading British composer Roxanna Panufnik and librettist Jessica Duchen. Read more

NEW! The 2017-18 Barbican Classical Music Season

17/01/2017

The Barbican announces its 2017–18 classical music season

barbiThe Barbican today announces its 2017–18 classical music season. At the core of the unparalleled programme are the Centre’s Resident Orchestra, the London Symphony Orchestra, Associate Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra, and the Barbican Associate Ensembles the Academy of Ancient Music and Britten Sinfonia. Barbican International Associates, the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra return to the Centre this season. Read more

NEW! Symphonic Soundscapes: Cadogan Hall and RPO Announce Exclusive Collaboration with Digital App Octava

11/01/2017

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Cadogan Hall and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra announce exclusive collaboration with Octava

Cadogan Hall and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) announce their collaboration with Octava, exclusive to the Orchestra’s Symphonic Soundscapes: The Music of Prokofiev and Sibelius series. Octava is a digital app that delivers real-time programme notes to audiences’ mobile devices during concerts that aims to introduce new audiences to classical music to enhance their concert experience.  Read more

NEW! The 2017 Aldeburgh Festival is from 9 to 25 June

10/01/2017

Aldeburgh Festival 2017: 9 – 25 June 

snape-maltings Highlights include:

  • 50th anniversary of Snape Maltings Concert Hall
  • A new production of Britten’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream directed by Netia Jones
  • First ever Snape Maltings performance of Billy Budd
  • Featured composers in 2017 are Bill Fontana, Olga Neuwirth and Jörg Widmann
  • 13 World premieres at the festival including a new work for soprano and ensemble by Oliver Knussen
  • Residencies from Belgian ensemble Vox Luminis & sitarist Nishat Khan
  • Poulenc’s La Voix Humaine set in a local house near Snape Maltings
  • City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra with Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla making her debut at the Festival

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