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In today’s news: Kian Soltani signs with Deutsche Grammophon, Olsok celebrated at Trondheim Festival, and Kate conducts The Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra.  Ernst Ottensamer has died, new opera streaming platform, and Slowenian choir is “Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017”.

Violin Channel

Meet the Pros | French Conductor Stéphane Denève – Interview

The Violin Channel recently caught up with The Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Guest Conductor, Stéphane Denève – at the 2017 Bravo! Vail Festival in Vail, Colorado, USA.

The Strad

Cellist Kian Soltani signs with Deutsche Grammophon

Austrian-Iranian musician, 25, won the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Leonard Bernstein Award earlier this year

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Trondheim Festival celebrates Olsok

From 28 July to 5 August, Trondheim is celebrating Olsok with a big multicultural festival.

Classic FM

The Duchess of Cambridge went to Hamburg and conducted the opening of Beethoven Symphony No.5

The Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra is usually conducted by Kent Nagano, but for this special rehearsal they let Kate take over the podium.

Limelight

Emma Matthews to head Classical Voice at WAAPA

The acclaimed Australian soprano hopes to continue performing but will be moving to Perth in January.

NPR

Sing Different: Steve Jobs’ Life Becomes An Opera

Mark Campbell is one of the most prolific and celebrated librettists in contemporary American opera.

Musik Heute

Klarinettist Ernst Ottensamer gestorben

Der österreichische Klarinettist Ernst Ottensamer ist tot.

Concerti

Im Opernrausch

Beim Videodienst „The Opera Platform“ kann man sich zahlreiche Operninszenierung online anschauen.

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Slowenischer Chor ist ‘Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017’

Der Chor ‘Carmen manet’ aus Slowenien, dirigiert von Primoz Kerstanj wurde gestern Abend beim Wettbewerb ‘Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017’ in Riga“ ausgezeichnet.

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Wigmore Hall @wigmore_hall

Join & for their programme entitled Reason in Madness Wed 26 Jul 7:30PM:

Ernst Ottensamer (M.) mit seinen Söhnen Daniel (L.) und Andreas (R.)

© www.lukasbeck.de

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(Written on July 24, 2017 )

In today’s news: Eurovision Choir of the Year to be streamed online, Common and Kind announces collaborative fundraiser, and Pierre-Laurent Aimard signs with Pentatone. Damián Gorandi new Franz-Liszt-scholar, Kian Soltani receives Leonard Bernstein Award, and all places for Carl Bechstein Competition filled.

Music Teacher

RWCMD appoints interim principal

Former Birmingham Conservatoire principal Professor George Caird has been appointed as interim principal of the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama (RWCMD).

Classical Music Magazine

Common and Kind announces collaborative fundraiser

Common and Kind, a collective which aims to demonstrate the power of music to bring people together, has announced a fundraising concert at the Union Chapel.

International Piano

Pierre-Laurent Aimard signs with Pentatone

Pierre-Laurent Aimard has signed with Pentatone, ending an exclusive relationship with Deutsche Grammophon that began nearly a decade ago.

Choir and Organ

Eurovision Choir of the Year to be streamed online

The inaugural Eurovision Choir of the Year competition will take place in Arena Riga on 22 July. Nine choirs from nine European countries will compete for the title, each performing a six-minute unaccompanied set.

The Strad

Cooper International Violin Competition down to final three

The violinists are: Christina Jihee Nam, 14 (US), who will play the Tchaikovsky concerto; Qing Yu Chen, 17 (US), who will play Prokofiev’s Concerto no.2, and Johan Dalene, 16 (Sweden), also performing the Tchaikovsky concerto.

Limelight

Lisa Cheney’s new concerto: a first for flautist and composer

Jonathan Henderson will premiere the Australian composer’s new work with the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra.

The New York Times

Opera’s Disrupter in Residence, Heading to Bayreuth

Yuval Sharon has instigated a mobile opera involving 126 performers, 24 limousines and six composers.

NMZ

Künstlerische Sensibilität: Der argentinische Komponist Damián Gorandi ist der neue Franz-Liszt-Stipendiat 2017

Damián Gorandi heißt der neue Franz-Liszt-Stipendiat 2017 der Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt Weimar.

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Vierter Carl Bechstein Wettbewerb für Kinder und Jugendliche ausgebucht

Die Carl Bechstein Stiftung veranstaltet gemeinsam mit der Kulturstiftung Schloss Britz vom 17. bis 19. November 2017 den vierten Carl Bechstein Wettbewerb für Kinder und Jugendliche.

Kulturradio RBB

Kian Soltani erhält Leonard Bernstein Award

Der 24-jährige Cellist gehört laut Intendant des Schleswig-Holstein-Musikfestivals, Christian Kuhnt, “zu den großen Hoffnungsträgern unter den jungen Instrumentalisten unserer Zeit”.

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in 1838 Death of Bavarian of the metronome Johann

 

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(Written on July 21, 2017 )