Written on: January 30, 2014
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UK orchestra audiences up by 16% since 2010

Audiences for orchestras in the UK have grown by 16% since 2010 with over 4.5m people now attending an orchestral concert every year, according to a new report by the Association of British Orchestras.

Classical Music Magazine

London Mozart Players to lose managing director and become player-run

Chamber orchestra the London Mozart Players has announced that it is to become a player-run organisation, with its current managing director, Simon Funnell, to leave at the end of March 2014. The move is the result of ‘a major funding problem’ which, says a statement released by the orchestra, ‘necessitated a re-evaluation of the way in which the management of the orchestra operates’.

ABO/Rhinegold Award winners named

The winners have been announced for the Association of British Orchestras/Rhinegold Awards 2014, presented at LSO St Luke’s on 29 January as part of the ABO annual conference.

Gramophone

BBC Radio 3 to clear the schedule for Ravel

BBC Radio 3 will clear its schedule on Ravel’s birthday for a day devoted to the composer’s music. March 7 will celebrate the French composer’s music through recordings dating from the 1930s to the present day.

Guardian

Spotify: how a busy songwriter you’ve never heard of makes it work for him

Matt Farley writes 20 songs a day and has digitally distributed more than 14,000 in six years.

PR Week

Music can still play to the audience’s tune

2013 was the first year in three decades there was no million album selling artist. The music industry might have changed beyond all recognition, but tapping into audience’ passions is as crucial as ever.

Die Welt

Die philharmonische Luftbrücke funktioniert

In der Musik zumindest verstehen sich die Europäer und die Amerikaner: Die beiden sinfonischen Spitzenorchester aus Berlin und New York erhielten jetzt den Preis für Transatlantische Partnerschaft.

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