Music Under Lockdown

The year 2020’s Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has decimated the entertainment and hospitality industry. However, over this period of time there have been some inspirational and novel ways that musicians have been able to continue entertaining us. This news feed focuses on the new and interesting things that are being done in the name of Classical Music. And if you are a musician or agent that wants to promote something that fits into this broad definition – please contact us.

Glyndebourne has announced the final two opera titles in its virtual festival, Glyndebourne Open House - Purcell’s The Fairy Queen and Wagner’s Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (pictured). Since it launched on 24 May, Glyndebourne...
2020 has been a challenging year for the music industry due to the Coronavirus pandemic, but the North York Moors Chamber Music Festival has bucked the trend with characteristic imagination, passion, and...
Guildhall School of Music & Drama today announces its Autumn Season of events, which will all be delivered digitally and free of charge. From late-September 2020, online audiences will be...
CityMusic Promotions is excited to offer a new way for audiences to connect with and support the artists they love. The CityMusic Live platform showcases UK-based musicians in intimate concerts...
La bohème  Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924)Libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. Translation by Amanda Holden.Director, PJ HarrisConductor, Martyn Brabbins, Martin FitzpatrickProduction Designer, Chloe Lamford Opens Saturday 19 September (15 performances)...
Inspired by the Barbican’s international arts programme, a curated mix of podcasts, playlists, films, videos, talks and articles enables audiences to continue to enjoy the Centre’s rich and varied programme....
Leading early music group The Telling can’t tour. Their response? A packed weekly line-up of concerts, workshops and premiere “concertplays” (with leading TV director Nicholas Renton) beamed to your living...
Join us tonight at 7pm for our next archival live concert broadcast on WNED Classical! Tonight's program features two work by Wagner: his famous Ride of the Valkyriesand his heroic Siegfried's Rhine Journey; and Bruckner's grand Symphony No. 4, inspired by the...
English National Opera (ENO) today announces that three new singers will be joining the Harewood Artists programme this summer. The new members of ENO’s programme for exceptionally talented singers are...
The BBC’s Orchestras and Choirs are set to launch a new series, BBC Instrumental Sessions, on BBC Radio 3, which will be accompanied by filmed performances on the Orchestra and Choir’s...
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