Groundbreaking composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi has announced his first new solo piano album in 20 years, ‘Underwater’, and a UK tour in 2022.
The Barbican is preparing to reopen in May and has announced the programme for spring and summer 2021 including a new concert series.
To celebrate his 70th birthday Julian Lloyd Webber will release ‘The Singing Strad’, a collection of his favourite cello recordings.
Grammy Award-nominated sitarist, composer and producer Anoushka Shankar will release her new single ‘Sister Susannah’ on 22 March 2021.
Watch the free premiere of Yellow Lounge’s International Women’s Day concert, featuring Deutsche Grammophon stars, on 7 March on DG Stage.
Harpist Magdalena Hoffmann has signed to Deutsche Grammophon and will release her debut album for the label in January 2022.
Who are the best female composers in classical music? Discover our selection of the greatest female composers throughout history.
Chopin was one of the greatest composers of the Romantic era – discover our selection of the best Chopin works featuring 10 piano masterpieces.
Miloš’ new album ‘The Moon & The Forest’ features two guitar concertos written especially for him by Howard Shore and Joby Talbot.
Gary Barlow and cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason performed Leonard Cohen’s ballad ‘Hallelujah’ for ‘The Crooner Sessions’ – watch their video here!
German violinist David Garrett has won The uDiscover Classical 100 - the first-ever poll to find the world’s most popular classical musician.
South Korean violinist Bomsori Kim will release her debut solo album for Deutsche Grammophon, ‘Violin on Stage’, in June 2021.
The soundtrack to Oscar, BAFTA, and Golden Globe Award winning film 'Nomadland', featuring music by Ludovico Einaudi, has been released.
Paavo Järvi’s 'Franz Schmidt Complete Symphonies' has been nominated in the Orchestral category of the BBC Music Magazine Awards 2021.
Groundbreaking composer Max Richter will release ‘Voices 2’, inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in April 2021.
Our guide to the ‘Enigma Variations’ explores the unsolved mystery behind the masterpiece which established Elgar’s international reputation.