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In today’s news: NYMAZ to extend digital music education project, YouTube ripping site YouTube-MP3 shutting down after RIAA battle, and does playing Mozart to your unborn baby really make it smarter? Kirill Serebrennikow still under house arrest, Deutsche Oper Berlin begins new season with 140,000 guests, and more music at schools in France.

Classical Music Magazine

Basca announces 2017 Gold Badge recipients

Basca (British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors) has announced the recipients of the 2017 Gold Badge Awards.

Music Teacher

NYMAZ to extend digital music education project

NYMAZ has received £273,000 from the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Education and Learning Through the Arts Fund to extend its digital music education project Connect: Resound over the next four years.

The Strad

ARD Competition announces violin finalists

Launched in 1952, the competition focuses each year on different instrumental categories, selected from 21 disciplines. The 66th ARD International Music Competition 2017 offered four categories: violin, piano, guitar, and oboe.

Music Business Worldwide

YouTube ripping site YouTube-MP3 shutting down after RIAA battle

Good news for rights-holders: the world’s most popular online tool for ‘stream ripping’ audio from YouTube is shutting down following a legal battle with US recorded music body the RIAA.

Classic FM

Does playing Mozart to your unborn baby really make it smarter?

Studies suggest that playing music to your unborn child can improve its hearing, spatial reasoning skills and even general intelligence. But is there any truth in the ‘Mozart effect’?

Limelight

Australian Brandenburg Orchestra in 2018

With guests from Italy, France and Cuba, Paul Dyer’s 2018 season tells wide-ranging stories of musical journeys.

Pizzicato

Wiener Staatsoper installierte 2.000 Tabletdisplays

Zum Saisonbeginn hat die Wiener Staatsoper ein neues Untertitel- und Informationssystem in Betrieb genommen. Zwei Millionen Euro wurden investiert.

Klassik.com

Moskauer Gericht lehnt Einspruch des russischen Regisseurs Serebrennikow ab

Der russische Regisseur Kirill Serebrennikow bleibt weiter unter Hausarrest. Ein Moskauer Gericht lehnte den Einspruch der Verteidigung Serebrennikows sowie deren Forderung, den Hausarrest aufzuheben, ab.

Musik Heute

Deutsche Oper Berlin: 14.000 Gäste bei Saison-Eröffnung

Das diesjährige Saison-Eröffnungsfest der Deutschen Oper Berlin hat rund 14.000 Besucher jeden Alters angezogen.

France Musique

Rentrée en musique : un espoir pour l’avenir des musiciens intervenants en milieu scolaire

Cette année, la rentrée se fera en musique, selon le souhait du ministre de l’Éducation nationale Jean-Michel Blanquer, avec aux premières loges, les enseignants de musique en milieu scolaire, qui espèrent y voir un engagement en faveur de l’éducation musicale à l’école. 

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Classic FM: Does playing Mozart to your unborn baby really make it smarter?

(Written on September 5, 2017 )

Classical News

In our news today, The Menuhin Competition 2016 reveals the four Senior Finalists, BBC Proms is to include music by David Bowie and Red Carpet Premiere of “Florence Foster Jenkins” takes places in London. Also, two of the biggest prizes in modern composition have been awarded and the festival “Ruhrtriennale” 2016 is dedicated to the refugee debate.

The Strad

Menuhin Competition 2016 reveals four Senior Finalists

The Menuhin Competition 2016 has revealed the four violinists selected to progress to the Senior Finals, taking place at London’s Royal Festival Hall on Saturday.

BBC

BBC Proms 2016: Strictly, Bowie and music in a car park

The BBC Proms, Britain’s annual celebration of classical music, is to include music by David Bowie and a Strictly Come Dancing theme night.

Classic FM

Red Carpet Premiere: Florence Foster Jenkins

It’s the classical music film of the year. ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’ tells the story of the world’s worst ever opera singer. Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant joined the cast and other celebrities at the star-studded premiere.

Classicalite

Lincoln Center’s May Gala to Celebrate ‘Jazz and Broadway’ With Vanessa Williams

For jazz, some of its most beloved standards were born on New York City’s Great White Way. And with that, Jazz at Lincoln Center has announced that its forthcoming May gala will champion that idea with a celebration in the theme of “Jazz and Broadway” with Vanessa Williams.

International Arts Manager

Major composition prizes awarded

Kate Soper and Lewis Spratlan have received two of the biggest prizes in modern composition. Soper has won the Virgil Thomson Award in Vocal Music, which comes with a USD40,000 (€35,350) cash sum. Spratlan – along with librettist James Maraniss – was recognised with the Charles Ives Opera Prize and USD35,000 (Maraniss received USD15,000).

WQXR

13 Vinyl Classics to Hear on Record Store Day

This Saturday marks Record Store Day, and in observance of this annual holiday for vinyl lovers of all stripes, WQXR weekend host Paul Cavalconte will be spinning a selection of his favorite LPs, which include everything from from the Renaissance composer Praetorius to Copland’s Billy the Kid.

San Francisco Classical Voice

Philharmonia Baroque Plans Rameau Opera for 2017

Philharmonia Baroque recently announced its program for 2016-17, The climax of the season is a piece of music never performed before a modern audience.

WQXR

From Renaissance to Ragtime: How Jeremy Denk Crafted His Carnegie Program

Think of it as a mixtape, or an iPod playlist on shuffle, said pianist Jeremy Denk of the musical mélange he thoughtfully curated.

Classical Music Magazine

Three Choirs Festival recruiting for 2016 Youth Choir

The Three Choirs Festival is inviting singers aged 14–25 to apply for its 2016 TCF Youth Choir.

colodario.com

Pedro Halffter lleva a los tribunales a la Filarmónica de Gran Canaria

Según informa Canarias 7.es, Pedro Halffter ha llevado a los tribunales a la fundación que gestiona a la Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Cananaria, “porque considera que se vulneró su contrato al ser cesado como director artístico”.

nmz

Sinfonieorchester 21 – Das SWR Symphonieorchester stellt seine erste Spielzeit vor

Die Orchestermanager Johannes Bultmann, Felix Fischer und Reinhard Oechsler stellten heute die erste Spielzeit des SWR Symphonieorchesters vor, das am 22. September sein erstes Konzert in Stuttgart, dem Standort des Klangkörpers gibt.

BR KLASSIK

Ist Solidarität eine Utopie?

Die Ruhrtriennale widmet sich unter dem Motto “Seid umschlungen” in diesem Jahr verstärkt der Flüchtlingsdebatte. Das Festival, das vom 12. August bis 24. September 2016 in mehreren Ruhrgebietsstädten stattfindet, will damit auch den Kontrast zwischen euphorischen Willkommensszenen für Geflüchtete und die Übergriffe auf Frauen in der Kölner Silvesternacht aufzeigen.

Klassik heute

Zum 16. Mal: Festival der ARD-Preisträger

Seit 2001 veranstaltet der Internationale Musikwettbewerb der ARD Kammermusikfeste, zu denen Preisträger verschiedener Wettbewerbsjahrgänge eingeladen werden.

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#RedCarpet premiere of #FlorenceFosterJenkins with @HughGrant and @MerylStreep #filmoftheyear more infos: http://bit.ly/1Q97hUv

#Festival der Preisträger des #ARD #Musikwettbewerbs. Programminfos und Künstler hier: http://bit.ly/1SNK4sT

Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant - stars of Florence Foster Jenkins - at the film's UK premiere at Odeon Leicester Square on 12 April 2016 in London. Photograph: Ian Gavan/Getty Images for Classic FM

Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant – stars of Florence Foster Jenkins – at the film’s UK premiere at Odeon Leicester Square on 12 April 2016 in London. Photograph: Ian Gavan/Getty Images for Classic FM

(Written on April 14, 2016 )