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In today’s news, construction work silences famous film orchestra, the Director of the Tyrolean festival steps back. The Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) has been in existence for five year, ISM report highlights post-Brexit concerns for musician, YouTube Music has design on subscription streaming space. Artistic director bows out of Wexford Festival Opera, Cherry Glazier issues a statement on level of sexism in the music industry, and a violin worth $200,000 is sold to a pawnshop for $50.

Rhinegold News

ISM report highlights post-Brexit concerns for musicians

The ISM has published its Musicians and Brexit report, which reveals the concerns of more than 1,600 musicians regarding freedom of movement post-Brexit.

Music Business Worldwide

YouTube Music is on a worldwide recruitment blitz for senior executives

YouTube Music clearly has designs on becoming a truly global player in the subscription streaming space.

The Irish Times

Wexford Festival Opera poised for change as artistic director bows out

Will it pivot from David Agler’s taste for still alive composers and underuse of Irish talent?

NME

Cherry Glazerr say the extent of sexism in the music industry is “outrageous”.

LA trio Cherry Glazerr have issued a statement on social media slamming the level of sexism they experience in the music industry.

The New York Times

Violin Worth $200,000 Is Sold to Pawnshop for $50. The Catch? It Was Stolen.

A stolen violin valued at more than $200,000 has been returned to its owner after being sold to a Massachusetts pawnshop for $50, according to the police.

Die Welt

Baustelle bringt berühmtes Filmorchester zum Verstummen

Das Deutsche Filmorchester Babelsberg ist eines der führenden internationalen Filmmusikensembles. Es arbeitet in einem hochmodernen Studio. Jetzt steht es vor dem Aus. Der Grund dafür ist kurios.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Leiter der Tiroler Festspiele tritt zurück

Dem künstlerischen Leiter der Tiroler Festspiele Erl, Gustav Kuhn, werfen mehrere Künstlerinnen sexuelle Belästigung und Machtmissbrauch vor. Jetzt zieht er Konsequenzen.

Fono Forum

Die Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) besteht seit fünf Jahren. Darauf weist die Siemens Stiftung hin

Die Music In Africa Foundation (MIAF) unterstützt den afrikanischen Musiksektor und schafft neue Chancen für Musiker durch die Vernetzung von mittlerweile 38 Ländern.

El mundo

Dane Johansen, un chelista que nació en Alaska para poner música al apóstol Santiago

Un músico profesional que recorrió durante 41 días el Camino de Santiago con su violonchelo a la espalda.

© ISM

(Written on August 1, 2018 )

In today’s news: architects shortlisted to design the Barbican’s new concert hall, and a-n launch #FreeMoveCreate campaign to protect freedom of movement in the creative industries. The Berliner Staatsoper moves back to it’s proper building, and fake news about appeal for funds for the Beethovenhalle Bonn retracted by ‘citizens for Beethoven’ union. Azerbaijan celebrates jubilee of first female opera singer, and a hidden Bach festival is being revealed.

The Guardian

Frank Gehry and Renzo Piano on shortlist for Barbican’s new concert hall

The conductor’s baton has been raised in the battle for the Barbican’s new concert hall with some of the world’s leading architects making the shortlist to design the landmark venue

Classical Music Magazine

ISM and a-n launch #FreeMoveCreate

The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) and a-n (the Artists Information Company) have announced their collaborative campaign #FreeMoveCreate to protect freedom of movement for all who work in the creative industries

The Violin Channel

Telegraph Quartet Announced New San Francisco Conservatory Quartete-In-Residence

Comprising violinists Eric Chin and Joseph Maile, violist Pei-Ling Lin and cellist Jeremiah Shaw, the ensemble, formed in 2013, are former 1st prize winners at the Naumburg and Fischoff International Chamber Music Competitions.

The Strad

Cellist Steven Isserlis receives Cobbett Medal for services to chamber music

Inaugurated in 1924 and endowed by Walter Willson Cobbett, the medal is presented annually to a musician for services to chamber music

Tagesspiegel

Alles im Griff auf dem singenden Schiff

Am Freitag endet das siebenjährige Exil der Berliner Staatsoper im Charlottenburger Schillertheater. Ein Gruß zum Abschied.

Concerti

Musik unterm Sternenzelt

Die zehn schönsten Opernfestivals Europas locken in diesem Sommer nach England, Frankreich, Italien, Deutschland und Österreich

Pizzicato

‘Bürger für Beethoven’ boykottieren Spendenaufruf für Sanierung der Beethovenhalle

Nachdem der Westdeutsche Rundfunk (WDR) die falsche Meldung verbreitete, der Bonner Verein ‘Bürger für Beethoven’ würde zu Spenden für die Sanierung für Beethovenhalle aufrufen, wiesen die Verantwortlichen dies entschieden zurück.

Azernews

Azerbaijan to mark 120th jubilee of first female opera singer

The 120th jubilee anniversary of great female opera singer of Azerbaijan Shovkat Mammadova will be celebrated ceremonially.

The Washington Post

A well-hidden Bach festival offers cheerful relief on a summer afternoon

The Grace Church Bach Festival is one of this town’s better-kept secrets.

Twitter

Ein Chagall-Konzert in St. Stephan in Mainz mit ! Wir sind ganz beseelt!

Ehrenpräsident des Deutschen Musikrates Richard Jakoby gestorben

By Laman Ismayilova

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(Written on July 13, 2017 )