Classical Music is the only dedicated magazine for the Classical Music industry in the UK, with features, news and reviews for performers, agents, managers, promoters along with anyone with an interest in the music world.
We provide unique insight into what’s going on in the sector, with regular coverage of festivals, competitions, courses and concerts, as well as key career information for musicians and details of new appointments. Classical Music has remained at the heart of the profession since its foundation in 1976 and continues to keep readers at the forefront of the latest developments in the industry.
In the Summer issue of Classical Music our cover feature sees United Strings of Europe’s Julian Azkoul talk innovative programming and working with refugees, we also get the scoop on music charity Help Musicians’ future plans from James Ainscough and talk all things Jubilee with composer Thomas Hewitt Jones and RSCM director Hugh Morris. We look to the future in our interview with Alastair White about his ground-breaking new fashion opera genre and re-think our portrayal of women and witches with composer Freya Waley-Cohen. Warner Classics president Alain Lanceron looks back on five decades in the recording industry and Sir Roger Norrington also reminisces on a career well spent as he embarks on his retirement. Musicians touring this summer can learn more about the CITES rules which can cause disappointment when travelling with older instruments containing materials from endangered species. Plus, all the usual coverage of funding, competitions festivals, venues, touring, news, columns and more.