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In today’s news: the difference between Catholic and Protestant church music, and no permission for project ‘tear down this wall!’. Union Verdi and the German Orchestra Union make the Berlin Senate reconsider situation of honorary music teachers. European Union Baroque Orchestra moves to Belgium post-Brexit. Intelligent headphones, and is the ‘classical’ music label relevant in 2017?

The Times

Musicians rally together in light of attack at MEN arena

Manchester’s music stars reacted with shock to last night’s terrorist attack and praised the city’s resilience in the face of tragedy.

Wired

Artificially intelligent headphones could “understand” ambient sound

Fuji and Yamaha create concept headphones that would use ‘A.I.’ to comprehend and geo-tag music, which could then be played back when the listener revisits the location.

The Stage

Opera Holland Park prepares for varied summer programme

“What was originally three months has turned into fifteen years,” says Director Michael Volpe on Opera Holland Park’s enduring success.

Gramophone

Is the ‘Classical’ music label outdated?

Kate Molleson reports on how the ‘classical’ music label is proving outdated for many of today’s creative artists and speaks to several musicians for whom the whole notion of genre is entirely irrelevant.

New York Times

ABC prepares to broadcast musical remake of ‘Dirty Dancing’

New production hopes to maintain many of the key elements of the original film starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Worin unterscheidet sich katholische von protestantischer Kirchenmusik?

Das ist doch die richtige Frage zum Lutherjahr: Sind Katholiken und Protestanten im musikalischen Lob des Herrn ökumenisch vereint oder nicht? Die Antwort mag überraschen.

Kulturradio vom RBB

Einseitige Grenzenlosigkeit

Keine Genehmigung für das Projekt „Tear Down This Wall!“ auf amerikanischer Seite der Mauer in San Diego. Das Konzert findet trotzdem statt.

NMZ

Verdi fordert mehr Geld und bessere Konditionen für freie Musiklehrer

Die Gewerkschaft Verdi und die Deutsche Orchestervereinigung (DOV) haben den Berliner Senat aufgefordert, die soziale Situation der Honorarkräfte unter den Musiklehrern zu verbessern.

WQXR

The European Union Baroque Orchestra moves to Belgium post-Brexit

The consequences of the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the European Union aren’t just political.

Le Monde

Mort de la violoncelliste russe Natalia Chakhovskaïa

Cette éminente pédagogue avait succédé à Rostropovitch comme chef de chaire au Conservatoire Tchaïkovski de Moscou.

Twitter

@MusicMagazine: ‘Don’t apologise for classical music’s complexity – that’s its strength’ – ‘s Alan Davey

Photo: Fritz Curzon

(Written on May 23, 2017 )

In today’s news: musical garden at the Chelsea Flower Show, a Suffolk music teacher spends million for Sub-Saharan africa. This summer the ‘Gig Theatre’ tours the UK, and the Berlin Piano Festival is begins. The German Orchestra Union sees a perspective for the cultural sector of Nordrhein-Westfalen, and Andrew Litton appoints guest conductor for Singapore Symphony Orchestra.

The Telegraph

Listen up! It’s Chelsea Flower Show’s first ever Musical Garden

Music and gardening – two arts that give innocent pleasure, but in every other respect seem poles apart.

Classic FM

Classic FM Attracts a new Generation of Younger Listeners

5.4 million people now tune in every week – with a big increase in listeners aged under 35

Classical Music Magazine

Classical:NEXT 2017 – Opening Ceremony

The Classical:NEXT congress’s opening ceremony on 17 May forsook its usual focus on one country for the theme diversity, posing the question: ‘What’s the point?’

‘Gig theatre’ Company to Tour UK this Summer

As part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, a new piece of ‘gig theatre’ is this summer to be staged at Welly, a nightclub in the city.

EADT

True Scale of Incredible Generosity of Suffolk Music Teacher Revealed as £1.25million Left to Charity

The true scale of the incredible generosity of a kind-hearted Suffolk music teacher and farmer has been revealed, with £1.25million left to help children access clean water in sub-Saharan Africa.

FAZ

Ein Schloss für Brahms

Altenstein in Thüringen ist zum „Kulturdenkmal von nationaler Bedeutung“ erklärt worden. Ein neues Museum erinnert dort an die Musik von Johannes Brahms.

Der Tagesspiegel

Feuer und Herzflattern

Eherne Tremoli und feine Rubati: Yevgeny Sudbin eröffnet das Berliner Klavierfestival im Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt.

Pizzicato

DOV sieht Chance für Kultur in Nordrhein-Westfalen

Die Deutsche Orchestervereinigung DOV begrüßt Forderungen aus der nordrhein-westfälischen CDU, der Kultur im bevölkerungsreichsten deutschen Bundesland endlich wieder mehr Bedeutung zu geben.

Broadway World

Andrew Litton appointed as principal guest conductor of Singapore Symphony Orchestra

For almost forty years the Singapore Symphony Orchestra has been a sure source of good news about classical music.

WQXR

12 ‘impressionist’ composers not named Debussy or Ravel

Artistic labels are tricky little things because they trap artists in a kind of musical amber with others that we deem just similar enough.

Twitter

1 Karriere-News: Cornelius Grube (Württembergische Philharmonie)

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(Written on May 18, 2017 )

Classical News

In our news today, Itzhak Perlman pulls out of North Carolina concert over discriminatory transgender ‘bathroom law’, Members of the German Symphony Orchestra have been joined by more than 900 amateur musicians in a spontaneous concert at a Berlin mall & Ji Hwan Park, a luthier from South Korea, won the Grand Prix at this year’s International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Making Competition.

Classic FM

Itzhak Perlman pulls out of North Carolina concert over discriminatory transgender ‘bathroom law’

Itzhak Perlman has joined a burgeoning protest against ‘House Bill 2’, a law in the US state of North Carolina that has been widely criticised as discriminatory against transgender people by cancelling a planned performance with the North Carolina Symphony tonight.

abc news

Huge flashmob orchestra fills Berlin shopping centre

Members of the German Symphony Orchestra have been joined by more than 900 amateur musicians in a spontaneous concert at a Berlin mall, entertaining hundreds of spectators.

The Strad

South Korean luthier wins Wieniawski International Violin Making Competition

Ji Hwan Park, a luthier from South Korea, won the Grand Prix and €20,000 at this year’s International Henryk Wieniawski Violin Making Competition. Held every five years in Poznań, Poland, the event is the oldest lutherie competition in the world.

The Spectator

Was Opera Rara justified in reviving Bellini’s first opera? Oh yes

First operas by composers who later became great or anyway expert in writing them tend to be at best of biographical interest, to be revived mainly for people who are interested to hear premonitions of the achievements that lay ahead.

SFCV

Baroque Flutist and Beatles Expert Set for Seminar on Fab Four

Stephen Schultz, Baroque flutist, 18th-century music specialist, and professor of music at Carnegie Mellon University, teaches a 15-week Beatles music history course at the private college in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, which regularly draws over 200 students and has a lengthy waiting list.

BR-Klassik

Mit Gesang andere Religionen kennenlernen

“Stimmen der Religionen” ist das diesjährige Motto von “Musica Sacra”, dem interreligiösen Musikertreffen, das seit Freitag in Marktoberdorf stattfindet.

Musik heute

DOV fordert Erhalt des Europäischen Jugendorchesters

Die Deutsche Orchestervereinigung (DOV) hat vor einer Schließung des European Union Youth Orchestra (EUYO) gewarnt. Die Europäische Union wolle ihrem Jugendorchester die finanzielle Unterstützung entziehen.

pizzicato

Deutsche Theater und Orchester: Künstler bekommen mehr Geld

Der Deutsche Bühnenverein als Arbeitgeberverband der Theater und Orchester hat sich am vergangenen Wochenende mit den Künstlergewerkschaften GDBA (Genossenschaft Deutscher Bühnen-Angehöriger), VdO (Vereinigung deutscher Opernchöre und Bühnentänzer) sowie DOV (Deutsche Orchestervereinigung) auf eine Gagensteigerung für die an den Stadttheatern, Staatstheatern und Landesbühnen beschäftigten künstlerischen Mitarbeiter verständigt.

Twitter

The New York Times @nytimes Itzhak Perlman cancels concert in North Carolina to take a stand against the state’s bathroom law

Top Classical News @topcmnews ‘Why we all love Florence Foster Jenkins’

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‘Loss will be significant,’ says North Carolina Symphony as Perlman joins boycott supported by Bruce Springsteen and Ringo Starr. Photograph: Classic FM

(Written on May 18, 2016 )

Classical News

In today’s news, announcement of the inaugural London Piano Festival to take place this autumn, Prince Edward anncounced as Birmingham Conservatoire’s first Royal Patron, US music publishers sign agreement with streaming platform Spotify and more…

Classical Music Magazine

Inaugural London Piano Festival announced

The inaugural London Piano Festival will take place 7-9 October 2016. Created by Katya Apekisheva and Charles Owen, the three-day event comprises eight events.

Classical Music Magazine

The Earl of Wessex becomes Birmingham Conservatoire’s first royal patron

Prince Edward, the Earl of Wessex, has been announced as Birmingham Conservatoire’s first Royal Patron. Prince Edward’s decision to become a royal patron of Birmingham Conservatoire reflects his interest in the arts.

Music Week

Spotify and the NMPA reach an agreement on ‘unmatched works’

US music publishers represented by the National Music Publishing Association and music streaming platform Spotify have reached an agreement on the contentious issue of “unmatched works.”

Classicalite

Joseph Bertolozzi Employs Eiffel Tower as Musical Instrument

Experimental composer Joseph Bertolozzi’s latest offering, Tower Music / Musique de la Tour, uses only the sounds of the Eiffel Tower to create ten compellingly musical creations.

MusicAlly

Tidal riding high in US app store’s top-grossing chart

This morning, Tidal is riding high in Apple’s US top-grossing apps chart: in fifth place, it’s making more money (on iOS) than Candy Crush Saga, Pandora and Netflix.

Korea Times

Foreign conductors to temporarily lead Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra

The Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra (SPO) on Thursday announced four foreign conductors who will lead the orchestra for its six upcoming regular concerts, replacing former music director Chung Myung-whun, who stepped down late last year

NMZ

Fährt Hagen Stadttheater und Orchester gegen die Wand?

Die Deutsche Orchestervereinigung (DOV) ist sehr besorgt um den Bestand des Theaters und des Philharmonischen Orchesters der Stadt Hagen

Die Welt

Fellner neuer Chefdirigent der Landeskapelle Eisenach
Bei der Landeskapelle Eisenach wechselt der Chefdirigent. Mit Beginn der neuen Spielzeit im September übernimmt der 34-jährige Andreas Fellner den Dirigentenstab, wie das Theater Eisenach am Donnerstag mitteilte

Focus

Bachhaus Eisenach unterstützt Bach-Festival in Jerusalem

Dem jüdischen Komponisten Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy verdanken Musikfans die Wiederentdeckung von Johann Sebastian Bachs Matthäus-Passion

Musik-heute

“The Mahler Competition” lädt 14 junge Dirigenten ein

Zu ihrem diesjährigen Gustav-Mahler-Dirigentenwettbewerb haben die Bamberger Symphoniker 14 Kandidaten angenommen

France Musique

Le Grand Prix lycéen des compositeurs récompense Karol Beffa
Jeudi 17 mars 2016, le compositeur Karol Beffa a été doublement honoré. Dans l’amphithéâtre de Radio France il a reçu le Grand Prix lycéen des compositeurs

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Classic FM @ClassicFM: Here’s a new, astonishingly evil plan to make classical music take over the world:

BR_Klassik @BR_KLASSIK: Wertvolle #Chorbücher digitalisiert: Fragile Schätze aus Noten und Farben in der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek

Top Classical News @topcmnews: Forty (More) Under Forty: The Next Generation of Great Opera Singers, Part 2  #opera #ballet

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The Guardian

(Written on March 18, 2016 )