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Cat drinks from milk jug during online sermon

Clerical cat drinks Dean of Canterbury’s milk during online prayer service

Ennio Morricone, immortalised on the streets of his beloved Rome.

Poignant Ennio Morricone street art appears in Rome, a day after the film composer’s death

Ennio Morricone performs in London, 2016

Great Italian composer Ennio Morricone dies, aged 91

Beverley Knight Performs At London Palladium

UK arts venues to receive £1.57bn in emergency government funding

Sir Trevor McDonald joins Classic FM to present a new Sunday evening series

Sir Trevor McDonald joins Classic FM to present a new Sunday evening series

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London Mozart Players partners with Classic FM for post-lockown concert series

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Oxford High Junior School Chamber Choir

Government says ‘no singing, wind or brass playing’ for older pupils in school choir or assembly

New wedding rules say ‘no musicians, no singing, no chanting’

‘No singing, no wind instruments’, says government guidance for post-lockdown weddings

'Black Mozart' biopic coming from writer Stefani Robinson

A biopic about ‘Black Mozart’, Chevalier de Saint-Georges, is coming to cinemas

Confused cat panics as it steps on piano

Confused cat steps on piano, has a meltdown as paws hit the keys

Cirque du Soleil is close to bankruptcy

Cirque du Soleil close to bankruptcy, axes 3,500 jobs

The best classical music festivals you can enjoy online this summer

11 of the best classical music festivals you can enjoy online this summer

Birmingham Symphony Hall

Government publishes five-stage ‘roadmap’ for theatres and concert halls to reopen

Max Richter introduces new album 'Voices'

Pioneering composer Max Richter releases ‘Voices’ album and ‘Sleep’ meditation app

The string quartet will serenaded the audience of plants at Barcelona’s Liceu on Monday

Barcelona opera house reopens with a live audience of 2,292 plants

Children are practising their instruments more in lockdown

Two-thirds of young musicians are practising more in lockdown, study finds

The haunting last words of unarmed black men killed by police, powerfully set to music

The haunting last words of unarmed black men killed by police, powerfully set to music

Simon Rattle urges government to reduce 3-metre brass rule

Rattle urges government to ‘avoid superstition’ with orchestras, reduce 3-metre woodwind distancing