The Kennedy Center and the National Symphony Orchestra will celebrate John Williams’ 90th birthday with a three-day festival in June 2022.
Released to mark World Hearing Day the new music video features deaf dancer Kassandra Wedel’s interpretation of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.
Formula One World Champion Lewis Hamilton impressed superstar pianist Lang Lang with his performance of Adele’s ‘Someone Like You’.
Isobel Waller-Bridge, composer of ‘Fleabag’, ‘Emma’ and ‘Vanity Fair’, signs to Mercury KX and releases new track ‘September’.
Explore our guide to Max Richter’s ‘The Blue Notebooks’ – his heartfelt protest against political, social and personal brutality.
Katherine Jenkins, the UK’s biggest selling classical artist of the century, will release her new album 'Cinema Paradiso' in July.
Watch Víkingur Ólafsson’s video for Debussy’s ‘La Fille Aux Cheveux De Lin’ from his new album 'Debussy • Rameau' released in March.
Herbert von Karajan’s complete recordings for Decca have been released for the first time in a limited edition 33 CD box set.
Jóhann Jóhannsson’s 'Last And First Men' world premiere at Berlinale 2020 on 25 February will be followed by the release of film and score.
The news follows Billie Eilish's performance of the title song at the BRIT Awards with Zimmer and Johnny Marr, who is featured guitarist on the score album.
Anne-Sophie Mutter, Yo-Yo Ma and Daniel Barenboim have announced 'Beethoven: Triple Concerto And Symphony No. 7' will be released in April.
BAFTA-winning film-maker Yulia Mahr revealed her new video for Max Richter’s ‘Vladimir’s Blues’ from 'The Blue Notebooks' on YouTube today.
Acclaimed composer and pianist Joep Beving has released a new digital deluxe version of ‘Henosis’ featuring new solo piano tracks.
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Six-time Grammy Award-nominated sitarist, composer, and producer Anoushka Shankar has released her poignant EP ‘Love Letters’.
The new visuals offer an enriching counterpart to seven of the album’s eighteen pieces.