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In today’s news, Carnegie Hall welcomes youngest ever concert series curator, new survey highlights public concern on secondary ticketing sites, UK music venues are still not being inclusive enough for less able performers, audience members and staff. Making music in urban spaces, and musicians envisage a borderless world post-Brexit.

The Guardian

UK music venues still exclude disabled performers, audience members and staff

Why are so many disabled staff, performers and guests having to fight for access to music venues? The sector and the government needs to do more.

Music Week

New survey ‘highlights public concern on secondary ticketing’

A new consumer survey has found that 80% of the British public consider secondary ticketing to be a “rip-off”.

Classic FM

Cecilia Bartoli becomes first woman to record with the Sistine Chapel Choir

“Being the first woman to sing with the choir, and to record in the Sistine Chapel, is an immense privilege, I am at a loss for words. I am in seventh heaven, may I say that?” said Cecilia.

Varsity

Car park concerts, balcony bands and subway singing 

Thea Sands charts the social implications of music making in urban spaces.

Broadway World

Daniil Trifonov to Offer Seven-Concert Perspectives Series at Carnegie Hall

At 26 years of age, Mr. Trifonov is the youngest artist ever to curate a Perspectives series at Carnegie Hall.

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Je spektakulärer der Bau, desto höher die Aufmerksamkeit

Allein um die beste Kunst geht es beim Konzertsaalbau nicht. Oft zählen nur Aussehen und Aufmerksamkeit. Dieser Wettlauf wird weitergehen.

Berliner Zeitung

Konzerthaus München Keine kulturelle Sensation

Das also soll der lang ersehnte neue Münchner Konzertsaal werden: Eine von dem aus Vorarlberg stammenden Büro Cukrowicz Nachbaur entworfene, im Grundriss nach Vorgabe des Grundstücks streng rechteckige, steil, glatt und weich geschwungen ansteigende Glashaube, unter der die drei Säle, die Foyers und Probenräume, Restaurants und Tiefgaragen aufgestapelt sind.

Pizzicato

Eröffnung eines Gamelan-Ausbildungszentrums in der Schweiz

Zehn Jahre nach der Gründung einer aus jungen Studenten bestehenden Gruppe von javanesischen Gamelan-Musikern, wird die von Nicole Coppey gegründete und geleitete Pädagogische Schule für Musikalische Kunst ‘Un, Deux, Trois, Musiques …’ in Sion im November dieses Jahres ein Ausbildungs- und Leistungszentrum für Gamelan eröffnen.

Musicians against Brexit

With viola player Timothy Ridout and cellist Jacob Shaw, two excellent British musicians proudly took part in Alpenarte’s European Journey, representing their country in this exciting international ride through a border-less music world.

Le Figaro

Dans les pas de Stravinsky à l’Opéra Garnier

Soirée Royale. Le ballet de l’Opéra de Paris interprète Agon et Le sacre du Printemps, tandis que Teshigawara signe une création sur une partition de Salonen.

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@StevenIsserlis: When as a boy I refused to practice, my parents used to insist, adding: “Some day you’ll thank us.’ And the annoying thing is – I do!

@STNMC1 This from @PrivateEyeNews, doesn’t look good for Diocese of London: ‘Staggering vacuity’

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(Written on October 30, 2017 )

In today’s news: the Convent Garden music director about Jonas Kaufmann and Otello, and Nishat Khan about Indian music. The last ten minutes of Shostakovich, and Daniil Trifonov cancels concerts. The Kissinger Sommer starts today, and Placido Domingo cancels his Aida tour.

Guardian

Otello: opera, identity politics and blacking-up

Opera companies now eschew the once traditional black makeup for the lead in Verdi’s masterpiece, but it remains a controversial issue that highlights the need to nurture more diverse talent

Telegraph

Nishat Khan: ‘Indian music has been spoiled by mediocre people’

Nishat Khan has the air of a man who knows he is the heir to something lofty, precious and ancient. Acknowledged round the world as one of the great performers on the sitar, the pre-eminent instrument of Indian classical music, he belongs to an illustrious line of musicians that stretches back seven generations

The Times

Antonio Pappano on risky tenors, baton fatigue and leaving the Royal Opera

The Covent Garden music director explains why casting Jonas Kaufmann in Otello is well worth the risk

Welt 24.de

Das sind die letzten zehn Minuten Schostakowitsch

Ein russischer Forscher hat drei unbekannte Orchesterstücke Dmitri Schostakowitschs entdeckt.

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Daniil Trifonov sagt Konzerte ab

Verhindern neue Regularien die Ausreise aus den USA? Für die nächsten zwei Monate hat Pianostar Trifonov Konzerte unter anderem in Baden-Baden und Verbier abgesagt. Die Gründe sind unklar.

Klassik Heute

Heute beginnt das Festival Kissinger Sommer 2017

Der Kissinger Sommer, in diesem Jahr erstmals unter der Intendanz von Tilman Schlömp, geht ab 2017 eine auf fünf Jahre angelegte Partnerschaft mit der Deutschen Kammerphilharmonie Bremen und ihrem Chefdirigenten Paavo Järvi ein und wird als Festivalorchester jährlich drei bis vier hochkarätige Konzerte in Bad Kissingen spielen, darunter mit Hilary Hahn das Eröffnungskonzert.

Pizzicato

Placido Domingo’s Aida tour is cancelled

In March 2017, Placido Domingo announced, his gigantic Aida open air tour would be postponed to 2018 due to technical reasons.

Classic FM

Here’s a recording of Beethoven’s actual tuning fork

In amongst the many treasures in the British Library is Beethoven’s laundry list, a set of his kitchen accounts… and his tuning fork.

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(Written on June 16, 2017 )

Gestern Abend waren die Bamberger Symphoniker zu Gast beim Kissinger Sommer. Unter der Leitung von David Afkham spielte das Orchester Werke von Beethoven, Tschaikowsky und Brahms. Solist in Tschaikowskys erstem Klavierkonzert war Daniil Trifonov.

Und wie immer mit dabei: das Fotobuch über das Orchester von Andreas Herzau und Nora Gomringer.

Die ganze Reise des Buches gibt es hier nachzulesen.

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(Written on July 21, 2016 )

Classical News

In today’s news, Le Monde reports on musician Dominique Vellard and the free tempo of medieval music and The Telegraph announces that Vaughan William’s lost masterpiece “Sancta Civitas” will be played at the Proms. Also, an interview with basso buffo Paolo Bordogna and the opening of the Moscow Philharmonic is planned for 2018.

The Times

Daniil Trifonov: meet your Prom date — Russia’s new piano dynamo

The finest young pianist in the world is playing not one but two concertos in a night at the Albert Hall, he tells Richard Morrison

The Telegraph

Ralph Vaughan Williams’s lost masterpiece

Ninety years after it was written, the English composer’s Sancta Civitas is getting its Proms debut

The Strad

Violinist Itzhak Perlman on conquering performance nerves

‘Know your enemy,’ says The Strad’s August 2015 issue cover star

Classical Music Magazine

Survey shows significant increase in legal downloads

A new survey has revealed that there has been an increase of more than 10% in legal downloads and streaming since 2013.

RPS announces new grants and commissions

The Royal Philharmonic Society has announced a number of new grants and commissions for young performers and composers. A total of £65k will be awarded to musicians at the start of professional careers for 2015/16.

Pizzicato

Moskauer Philharmonie soll 2018 eröffnet werden

In Moskau gibt es in bester Lage, nicht weit vom Kreml entfernt, eine riesige Brache, wo früher das Hotel ‘Rossiya’ stand, das vor einigen Jahren abgerissen wurde. Dort soll die neue Moskauer Philharmonie entstehen. Im Auftrag von Präsident Putin koordiniert Valery Gergiev den Bau, der in einem Park entstehen soll.

Opernnetz

Leichtigkeit und Spaß auf der Bühne

Paolo Bordogna gilt als der Basso buffo unserer Tage und ist mittlerweile an den internationalen Tophäusern und bei Festivals regelmäßiger Gast sei es an der Mailänder Scala, der Bayerischen Staatsoper, der Washington National Opera oder der Oper Sydney.

Codex Flores

Milica Djordjević erhält Belmont-Preis 2015

Die junge serbische Komponistin Milica Djordjević ist mit dem mit 20’000 Euro dotierten Belmont-Preis 2015 für zeitgenössische Musik der Forberg-Schneider-Stiftung ausgezeichnet worden.

Le Monde

Dominique Vellard explore le temps élastique de la musique médiévale

Dominique Vellard est un homme simple, de culture savante. Depuis la création de son Ensemble Gilles Binchois en 1979, il est l’une des figures de proue de l’interprétation des répertoires anciens des musiques du Moyen Age et de la Renaissance.

The New York Times

Howard Rumsey, Musician Who Invigorated West Coast Jazz Scene, Dies at 97

Howard Rumsey, the jazz bassist and entrepreneur who as leader of the Lighthouse All-Stars helped popularize the notion of a progressive West Coast jazz scene in the 1950s, died on July 15 in Newport Beach, Calif. He was 97.

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Photo credit: Howard Rumsey Collection, Los Angeles Jazz Institute Archive

(Written on July 27, 2015 )

Classical News

Telegraph

Anna Magdalena Bach: a forgotten genius?

If JS Bach’s wife composed some of his best-known pieces, it will put a bomb at the heart of the Western musical tradition

Violin teacher Suzuki is the biggest fraud in music history, says expert

Japanese music teacher behind the Suzuki method has been unmasked as a liar and a fraud

Pizzicato

Opéra Comique In Paris To Sell 4.000 Costumes

As part of its tercentenary, Opéra Comique in Paris sells more than 4.000 costumes, mainly from its past seasons under the direction of Jérôme Deschamps, but also some older pieces.

The Sydney Morning Herald

161-year-old Philharmonic faces closure after council grant snub

One of Australia’s oldest arts institutions is facing closure after the City of Melbourne cut off its annual funding.

News Letter

We’re not elitist, says Ulster Orchestra musician

A violinist for the Ulster Orchestra has appealed to the public to get behind a campaign to save it — and insisted that his own working-class origins show it is not elitist.

Klassik.com

Gregor Gysi trägt rechtliche Bedenken bei Wagner-Stiftungsrat vor

Der Fraktionschef der SED-Nachfolgepartei “Die Linke” im Bundestag, Gregor Gysi, hat bei einer Sitzung des Stiftungsrats der Richard-Wagner-Stiftung rechtliche Bedenken zum neuen Mietvertrag des Festspielhauses Bayreuth vorgetragen.

Früher Tod des Pianisten Christopher Falzone

Der US-amerikanische Pianist Christopher Falzone ist überraschend im Alter von 29 Jahren gestorben; die Todesursache ist nicht bekannt.

KuturPort.de

20 Jahre Internationales Opernstudio in Hamburg

Was ist die spezifische Aufgabe eines Internationalen Opernstudios?

Codex Flores

Inkinen Chefdirigent der Prager Symphoniker

Pietari Inkinen übernimmt im September 2015 die Position als Chefdirigent der Prager Symphoniker.

Ruzicka wird Alleingeschäftsführer der Osterfestspiele Salzburg

Peter Ruzicka, der frühere Intendant der Salzburger Festspiele, ist per Juli 2015 zum Alleingeschäftsführer der Osterfestspiele Salzburg ernannt worden.

The New York Times

A Composer Has Faith in His Show

‘Amazing Grace,’ a Faith-Based Musical, Aims at Broadway

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Classicalite @Classicalite: EXCLUSIVE: Q&A with Steven Blier of #NYFOS on “Art Song on the Couch: Lieder in Freud’s Vienna”… the Song Recital http://www.classicalite.com/articles/12411/20141026/exclusive-classicalite-q-a-with-steven-blier-of-nyfos-on-art-song-on-the-couch-lieder-in-freud-s-vienna-%E2%80%A6-the-song-recital.htm?exe=reporter …

KlassikAkzente @klassikakzente: Bei Universal Music Backstage gibt es ab heute erstmals einen ganzen Konzertfilm von Daniil Trifonov zu sehen! http://www.klassikakzente.de/news/klassik/article:230493/tastenzauber-daniil-trifonov-live-im-konzert-bei-universal-music-backstage …

NPR Classical @nprclassical: Happy bday, D. Scarlatti! Watch harpist Yolanda Kondonassis play a sonata at the #nprtinydesk. http://n.pr/1EP7XMX

Members of the International Opera Studio, State Opera Hamburg 2014/15: Benjamin Popson, Anat Edri, Vincenzo Neri, Stanislav Sergeev, Christina Gansch und Daniel Todd. photograph: © Jörn Kipping.

Members of the International Opera Studio, State Opera Hamburg 2014/15: Benjamin Popson, Anat Edri, Vincenzo Neri, Stanislav Sergeev, Christina Gansch und Daniel Todd. photograph: © Jörn Kipping.

(Written on October 27, 2014 )

Classic FM

Eric Whitacre and Danielle de Niese to host Gramophone Awards 2012

The votes are in, the classical artists and record companies are ready to go – and two of the world’s most in-demand performers are gearing up for the glamourous award ceremony.

More acts announced for Classic BRIT Awards

The Classic BRIT Awards will feature performances from Gary Barlow, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Russell Watson and more, it has been announced.

Glenn Gould’s classical music gesture app

The great pianist once had the idea that music would be created using gestures – and now a new app has made his dream a reality.

Trademark causes choc crisis for Mozart Balls

Sweet manufacturers in Austria will now be allowed to freely use the Mozart name to market their products after a ban on using the name has been lifted.

LA Times

Philip Glass, Cai Guo-Qiang named Praemium Imperiale laureates

Composer Philip Glass and artist Cai Guo-Qiang are among the recently announced laureates of the 2012 Praemium Imperiale awards, organized by the Japan Art Assn. The annual awards are considered one of the most prestigious cultural honors in the world.

Arts Journal: Slipped Disc

A fistful of dollars: how the Charles Ives House was sold

We have received the inside working of the transaction from one of the activists who worked, with great dedication and in close cooperation with the local authorities, to save the house for posterity.

Jessica Duchen’s Classical Music and Ballet Blog

Breaking news: Music is left out of education reform again

Legacy? What legacy? The runaway success of the Cultural Olympiad and the London 2012 Festival looked set to prove to everyone that the UK’s arts scene is second to none. But that’s meaningless without the follow-up of lasting care and attention at grass-roots level – ie, in education.

Classical-music, BBC Music Magazine

Mozart’s The Magic Flute at ENO

Nicholas Hytner’s production stands the test of time

NPR, Deceptive Cadence

Trifonov’s Triumph: Tchaikovsky, Twice Over

At just 21 years old, Russian pianist Daniil Trifonov, the most recent winner of the Tchaikovsky Competition, is zooming into the classical music stratosphere — and with his new album he’s out to prove he’s here to stay.

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(Written on September 19, 2012 )