November 2021 and beyond is ‘previewed’ in the Wigmore Hall brochure suggesting no one is entirely sure what will happen in the months ahead.
News today that Presto Music, the online and in-store classical music distribution hub saw an 18% increase in its business growth in the past twelve months is good to hear. The news prompts a few Thoroughly Good Hunches. First, its evidence of an engaged customer base remaining true, presumably, to its preference for physical products…
How lovely words reflect civic pride
The audience creates an experience that other potential audience members will willingly pay to be part of
The language we use to describe music has the potential to convince, persuade or reassure the newcomer, the sceptic, the wary, or the dubious-minded.
Coming out of lockdown will bring about all manner of pressures on our mental health that we’ll need to be prepared for.
Last night I posted a screengrab on Facebook of the Cameron Mackintosh quote that’s doing the rounds at the moment in response to the news about musicians being cut from Phantom of the Opera. Responses were mixed. Some were shocked. Some highlighted how they knew already Cameron had a tendency for dickishnesh, One individual (a…
By creating a unique user experience, classical music maybe in creating its own special bubble once again.
If classical music fails to seize this opportunity they’ll only have themselves to blame.
International Women’s Day is triggering more than just a desire to celebrate, but to think, specifically about personal responsibility.