In an artistic about-turn that no one predicted, Sting confidently explored classical music across three albums that remain some of his most experimental.
Composer and pianist Luke Howard will release his new album 'All That Is Not Solid' in July – watch the ‘Antoinette Boulevard’ video here.
Wigmore Hall’s live lunchtime concerts throughout June will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3 and streamed live on Wigmore Hall’s website.
To celebrate what would have been Friedrich Gulda’s 90th birthday his classic recordings of Mozart’s Piano Concertos have been reissued.
Watch Gramophone’s online charity gala, featuring former Gramophone Classical Music Award winners, on Sunday 10 May on Facebook and YouTube.
Ludovico Einaudi has released ‘12 Songs From Home', a special 12-track digital collection recorded at home on his iPhone during the lockdown.
Katherine Jenkins will perform behind closed doors at the Royal Albert Hall to mark VE Day 75 on Friday 8 May – watch the live stream here.
Explore our selection of the best music for VE Day, featured on 'Songs That Won The War', including Dame Vera Lynn’s ‘We’ll Meet Again'.
The critically-acclaimed 1997 performance, “Sarah Brightman: In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall” will stream in support of COVID–19 relief.
Watch violinist Mari Samuelsen’s video for her new single ‘Moonlight’, a new arrangement of Beethoven’s ‘Moonlight Sonata’.
‘John Williams In Vienna’ features the legendary composer’s debut concert with the Vienna Philharmonic - watch ‘Imperial March’ video here.
Hermann Scherchen’s complete Beethoven Symphonies, originally recorded between 1951-1954, feature previously unreleased recordings.
Pianist and composer Chad Lawson has released his new EP 'Stay' - a paean to inner peace and a clarion call to just exhale and breathe.
Grammy Award-winning American cellist Lynn Harrell, one of the best-known soloists of his generation, has died at the age of 76.
Friday’s 24-hour global live-stream event will feature scores of high-profile participants, all raising funds for COVID-19 relief.
The Metropolitan Opera will live stream an At-Home Gala, featuring many of the world’s best-known singers, on Saturday 25 April.