On Easter Sunday Andrea Bocelli will give a solo performance at the Duomo Cathedral in Milan which will be livestreamed globally on YouTube.
Cellist Redi Hasa will release his first solo album ‘The Stolen Cello’, an inspiring story of survival during conflict, in September 2020.
Saxophonist Jess Gillam has launched a Virtual Scratch Orchestra – find out how to play music virtually with her here!
Deutsche Grammophon’s World Piano Day livestream, featuring ten legendary pianists, was enjoyed by over 4 million people globally.
Harpsichordist and conductor Trevor Pinnock will release his first ever recording of Book I of Bach’s 'Well-Tempered Clavier' in April.
Seiji Ozawa and Martha Argerich have announced their second album featuring Beethoven’s 'Piano Concerto No.2' will be released in May.
Deutsche Grammophon will mark World Piano Day on Saturday 28 March with a global livestream virtual festival featuring their star pianists.
12-year-old violinist Christian Li becomes Decca Classics’ youngest signing and releases his first single Bazzini’s ‘La Ronde Des Lutins’.
Home Malone? – join choirmaster Gareth Malone as he brings communities together digitally through song with ‘The Great British Home Chorus’.
Lisa Batiashvili’s new album ‘City Lights’, released 5 June, is an autobiographical musical journey and a tribute to Charlie Chaplin.
Joseph Calleja will release his new album ‘The Magic Of Mantovani’, featuring Mantovani's original orchestral recordings, in September.
‘Classics Unlocked’ podcast explores Beethoven’s middle piano sonatas in which the composer breaks away from the classical model.
Chart-topping cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason received the award for Best Classical Artist at the prestigious 2020 Global Awards last night.
Watch Víkingur Ólafsson perform his transcription of Rameau’s ‘The Arts And The Hours’ from new album 'Debussy • Rameau' released 27 March.
Released to mark World Hearing Day the new music video features deaf dancer Kassandra Wedel’s interpretation of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.