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In today’s news: Pioneering Radio 3 show gives dementia sufferers a voice, leading musicians assemble for gala performance in aid of Refugee Council, and nudist viola player plays during naked skydive to raise money for body image charities. Harold Faltermeyer receives German film score prize, Bayreuth announces plans for 2018, and Musikfest Berlin starts today.

The Times

Pioneering Radio 3 show gives dementia sufferers a voice

A pioneering six-hour programme that blends the voices of dementia sufferers with classical music is to air on the BBC.

Classical Music Magazine

Leading musicians assemble for gala performance in aid of Refugee Council

A number of leading artists will assemble for a performance of Tippett’s A Child of Our Time to raise funds for Refugee Council and its work with unaccompanied children arriving in Britain having fled war, trafficking and persecution.

International Piano

Sony releases Gould’s Goldberg Variations sessions

Sony Classical is to release Glenn Gould’s complete sessions for his famous 1955 recording of Bach’s Goldberg Variations as part of a new box set.

The Strad

The lark descending – nudist viola player plays during naked skydive

Australian violist Glen Donnelly’s stunt is raising money for body image charities

Limelight

Saxophonist plays instrument during brain surgery

Dan Fabbio performed a piece on the saxophone during surgery to remove a brain tumour.

Pizzicato

La Monnaie in Brussels to reopen next Tuesday

The Royal Theatre of La Monnaie in Brussels will reopen on September 5 after a two-year-long renovation. The opening production is Philippe Boesman’s opera Pinocchio.

NMZ

Deutscher Filmmusikpreis 2017: „Top Gun“–Komponist Harold Faltermeyer wird Ehrenpreisträger

Der Deutsche Filmmusikpreis würdigt den in München geborenen Filmkomponisten und Musikproduzenten Harold Faltermeyer 2017 mit dem Ehrenpreis.

Kultur Radio

Bayreuth plant für 2018

Im kommenden Jahr zeigen die Bayreuther Festspiele eine Neuinszenierung der Wagner-Oper “Lohengrin”.

Klassik Heute

Heute beginnt das Festival Musikfest Berlin 2017.

Beim Musikfest Berlin präsentieren die Berliner Klangkörper sowie Gastorchester aus Amsterdam, Mailand, London, Perm und Freiburg große Werke der Musikgeschichte.

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Meet Me At The Opera‏ @MMATOpera

The packed house at the gala final performance at the old Metropolitan Opera House on Broadway at 39th Street 1966

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(Written on August 31, 2017 )

In today’s news: The influence of the Reformation on western classical music, music-themed afternoon tea, and Inclusive Creativity announces Rich Mix concert. Katharina Wincor and Petr Popelka receive Neeme Järvi Prize, Daniel Hope to play three concerts in Germany, and composer Wilhelm Killmayer has died.

The Guardian

The Reformation: classical music’s punk moment

The great cultural and religious schism of the 16th century democratised music and participation, creating the template for modern classical music.

The Times

Side orders

Lemuel’s Lounge at the Conrad, opposite the National Concert Hall, is serving a music-themed afternoon tea seven days a week.

The Telegraph

Teen prodigy Daniel Harding: ‘I was unfocused and the orchestra could smell blood’

Daniel Harding has just changed out of his aviation gear, having spent the past four hours in a flight simulator. That’s not typical practice for world-class conductors, but then Daniel Harding is not your typical world-class conductor.

Classical Music Magazine

Inclusive Creativity announces Rich Mix concert

Created by composer Frank Lyons, the organisation aims to level the playing field in performance and composition for disabled musicians by developing instrumental technology and methodologies that allow for side-by-side performance with professional musicians.

Teaching Drama

Octagon Theatre releases redevelopment details

Octagon Theatre in Bolton has released further information about its new vision. The redevelopment of the 50-year-old theatre was announced in January 2015, and it has now been revealed that this redevelopment will include a number of exciting improvements.

Limelight

Finalists announced for Freedman Classical Fellowship

This year’s finalists are bassoonist Matthew Kneale, flautist Tamara Kohler, and pianist Alex Raineri.

Pizzicato

Venezuelan President goes after Dudamel

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has furiously attacked conductor Gustavo Dudamel yesterday in a TV statement.

Klassik.com

Neeme Järvi Preise für Katharina Wincor und Petr Popelka

Die österreichische Dirigentin und Sängerin Katharina Wincor und der tschechische Dirigent und Kontrabassist Petr Popelka haben den Neeme Järvi Preis 2017 erhalten.

Klassik Heute

Daniel Hope mit drei Konzerten bei den Festspielen Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Vivaldis Die vier Jahreszeiten gehören zweifelsohne zu den meistgespielten Violinkonzerten überhaupt.

BR Klassik

Konsequent gegen den Strom

Wilhelm Killmayer war eine der eigenwilligsten Künstlerpersönlichkeiten mit einer charakteristischen Klangsprache fern jeglicher Schulen und Stile.

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Das Opernmagazin @DasOpernmagazin

Ballett am Rhein wieder „Kompanie des Jahres“ via @httpstwittercomdasopernmagazinlangde

Wilhelm Killmayer © picture-alliance/dpa

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(Written on August 21, 2017 )

In today’s news: David Sulkin to join National Opera Studio in new role, and Joshua Bell and VC Rising Star Yesong Sophie Lee Called to replace Lang Lang. Composer Peteris Plakidis has died, ticket presale for Deutsche Radio Philharmonic begins, and tickets for Elbphilharmonie in high demand.

Opera Now

David Sulkin to join National Opera Studio in new role

David Sulkin OBE is to join the National Opera Studio (NOS) in the new role of director of artist development.

Music Teacher

PMLL and CLA announce arrangement competition

Printed Music Licensing Limited (PMLL) and the Copyright Licensing Agency (CLA) have launched a competition to promote the educational use of printed music.

Early Music Today

Brighton Early Music Festival announces 2017 programme

The 2017 Brighton Early Music Festival (27 October – 12 November) will explore the idea of ‘roots’ over more than 30 events.

The Violin Channel

Joshua Bell and VC Rising Star Yesong Sophie Lee Called to Replace Lang Lang

Lang Lang has withdrawn from his upcoming performance with the Richmond Symphony – and will be replaced by superstar violinist Joshua Bell and VC Rising Star Yesong Sophie Lee.

Limelight

Selby & Friends unveils its 2018 season

Pianist Kathryn Selby is joined by a raft of old and new friends in an excitingly diverse season.

Pizzicato

Plans for a new concert hall in Ekaterinburg

The project of a new concert hall in Yekaterinburg was presented during an architectural conference in Russia.

Klassik.com

Komponist Peteris Plakidis gestorben

Der lettische Komponist Peteris Plakidis ist tot. Er starb in der letzten Woche im Alter von 70 Jahren.

Klassik Heute

Kartenvorverkauf für die Jubiläumssaison der Deutschen Radio Phiharmonie beginnt

Am Samstag, 19. August, 9.30 Uhr, startet der Kartenverkauf für die Konzertsaison 2017/18 der Deutschen Radio Philharmonie im „SR-Shop im Musikhaus Knopp“ in Saarbrücken (Telefon: 0681-9 880 880), bei allen proticket-Vorverkaufsstellen und im Internet unter proticket.de.

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Hamburger Elbphilharmonie: Tickets heiß begehrt!
Am Montag begann der Vorverkauf für die Tickets der kommenden Saison in der Elbphilharmonie – und viele Konzerte waren bereits nach wenigen Minuten ausverkauft.

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Music History @today_classical

in 1876 FP of ‘s Ring Cycle with Die Walkure, at Bayreuth.

 

pianist Kathryn Selby, © Limelight Magazine

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(Written on August 14, 2017 )

In today’s news: RNCM announces French Connections festival, BBC Radio 4’s Front Row gets TV spin-off, and Opera America announces latest grants for female composers. Number of women in artistic productions remains too low, ARD invites German students to the ‘Handel experiment’, and merger of K & K Philharmonic and K & K Symphoniker.

The Stage

BBC Radio 4’s Front Row gets TV spin-off

BBC Radio 4 arts programme Front Row will be broadcast weekly on television, the Corporation has announced.

Opera Now

Opera America announces latest grants for female opera composers

Opera America has announced the latest recipients of its Opera Grants for Female Composers.

Music Teacher

RNCM announces French Connections festival

The Royal Northern College of Music’s (RNCM) autumn 2017 season will mark the beginning of a year-long French Connections festival celebrating the music of France and its impact across the world.

The Irish Times

Violin-making refugee shapes a sweeter sounding future

“It’s a miracle really, my life. I came here to Ireland without anything, but now I have a lot. In six months I have got a lot of things and I am sure I will make amazing things in Ireland in the future.”

France Musique

Le nombre de femmes dans les productions artistiques reste trop faible

L’Adami, société de gestion des droits d’auteur, a publié une étude sur la place des femmes dans les productions artistiques de spectacles vivants sur l’année 2016 et les chiffres sont toujours aussi inquiétants.

Limelight

Sydney Symphony Orchestra launches its 2018 season

David Robertson introduces his fifth season with Ax, Freire, Grosvenor, Mutter, Capuçon and Batiashvili among the headliners.

Pizzicato

ARD lädt deutsche Schüler zum ‘Händel-Experiment’ ein

Nach vier erfolgreichen Projekten der ARD-Reihe zur Vermittlung von Musik an Schulen, die sich um Antonin Dvorak, George Gershwin und Antonio Vivaldi drehten, folgt im Schuljahr 2017/18 das ‘Händel-Experiment’, ausgerichtet vom MDR.

KulturRadio

– Slowakischer Musiker Marian Varga gestorben

Der Experimentalmusiker und Komponist wurde 70 Jahre alt.

Klassik Heute

K&K Philharmoniker und K&K Symphoniker fusionieren

Die österreichischen Sinfonieorchester K&K Philharmoniker und K&K Symphoniker treten mit Beginn der Konzertsaison 2017/2018 unter dem einheitlichen Namen K&K Philharmoniker auf.

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BBC Proms Team @bbcproms

Online Promming tickets for Prom 33 are now on sale. Book  ➡️ 

‘Handel-experiment’ makes students into composers © MDR

 

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(Written on August 10, 2017 )

In today’s news: Guildhall School announces autumn 2017 season, Operalia 2017 winners announced, and Los Angeles Philharmonic Announce New Assistant Conductor. Song Aa wins Vareler composer’s prize, George Li publishes debute album at Warner Classics, and application opens for “European School Music Prize”.

Classical Music Magazine

Ex Cathedra announces 2017/18 season

Ex Cathedra’s 2017/18 season will feature repertoire ranging from Monteverdi’s 1610 Vespers with His Majestys Sagbutts & Cornetts to new works by Roxanna Panufnik and Alec Roth.

Music Teacher

Guildhall School announces autumn 2017 season

The Guildhall School of Music & Drama’s autumn 2017 season includes the launch of the Guildhall Studio Orchestra, performances of Menotti’s The Consul, and a concert curated by alumnus Thomas Adès.

Opera Now

Operalia 2017 winners announced

Romanian soprano Adela Zaharia and South African tenor Levy Sekgapane have been named as winners of the 2017 Operalia Competition. Both singers receive $30,000 (£22,700).

The Violin Channel

Los Angeles Philharmonic Announce New Assistant Conductor

The Los Angeles Philharmonic has this week announced the appointment of former Dudamel Conducting Fellow, Chilean conductor Paolo Bortolameolli as their new Assistant Conductor – for the 2017/18 season.

The Strad

Inaugural Paganini Festival in Genoa announces programme

Festival tied to long-running Paganini Prize will feature performances on ‘The Cannon’ Guarneri.

Limelight

New Zealand orchestra rehearses in funeral home

The Marlborough Civic Orchestra in New Zealand’s South Island has found a uniquely quiet space in which to practise.

Pizzicato

Cleveland Institute of Music is leveraging diversity

The Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) is now accepting applications for the inaugural class of its new Minority Artist Fellowship (MAF) program for African-American and Latino Students.

Klassik.com

Vareler Kompositionspreis für Song Aa

Die koreanische Komponistin Song Aa belegte im Rahmen des diesjährigen Wettbewerbs “Vareler Kompositionspreis” den ersten Platz.

Klassik Heute

Pianist George Li veröffentlicht Debüt-CD bei Warner Classics

George Li, Silbermedaillist des internationalen Tschaikowsky-Wettbewerbs 2015, ist exklusiv bei Warner Classics und legt diesen Herbst sein Debütalbum vor.

Codex Flores

Ausschreibung des Europäischen Schulmusik Preises

Für den mit 21’000 Euro höchstdotierten Preis für instrumentalen Schulmusikunterricht, den Europäische Schulmusik Preis (ESP) ist die Bewerbung offen.

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BR Klassik @BR_Klassik

Unverwechselbar, ob bei Oper oder Kunstlied – Gundula Janowitz zum 80. Geburtstag.

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(Written on August 2, 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.

Pizzicato

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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MusicHistory @today_classical

in 1838 Death of Bavarian of the metronome Johann

 

© Celeste Mazzariol

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(Written on July 21, 2017 )

In today’s news: Radio 3 will be available for listeners as a lossless audio stream, D’Addario Orchestral announces launch of the new ‘Ascenté’ violin strings, and Kronberg Academy plans its own premises in Kronberg. Wayne Shorter composes first concert for clarinet and orchestra, Klavier-Festival Ruhr-Preis goes among others to Dennis Russell Davies, and Roberto Minczuk becomes the new Music Director of The New Mexico Philharmonic.

Classical Music Magazine

Radio 3 to offer Proms as lossless audio stream

Radio 3 will be available for listeners as a lossless audio stream – the highest audio quality ever used the BBC – for the duration of the Proms

The Violin Channel

Out Now – D’Addario New ‘Ascenté’ Synthetic Violin Strings

D’Addario Orchestral has announced the launch of the new ‘Ascenté’ violin strings – a full synthetic violin string set for string players of all levels and ages.

Cmus

Trumpet Cover of Bohemian Rhapsody is Gentle and Pleasant

YouTube sensation John Crowley has been perfect so far with his cover of Queen’s Rhapsody.

Pizzicato

Kronberg Academy to build concert hall and study center

Twenty-five years after its founding, Kronberg Academy is planning its own premises in Kronberg (Hessen, near Frankfurt): a concert hall (Casals Forum) as well as an adjoining study and administrative centre.

Music Business Worldwide

Warner acquires songkick’s concert discovery business

Concert discovery app Songkick has been acquired by Warner Music Group – but the buyout excludes the company’s ticketing business, formerly known as Crowdsurge

Concerti

Montafoner Resonanzen 2017

Das Festival „Montafoner Resonanzen“ bringt die Region an sechs Wochenenden zum klingen – jedes Mal mit neuem musikalischen Schwerpunkt.

Klassik Heute

Uraufführung von Wayne Shorters erstem Klarinettenkonzert

Wayne Shorter hat sein erstes Konzert für Klarinette und Orchester komponiert.

Pizzicato

Klavier-Festival Ruhr-Preise für Dennis Russell Davies, Maki Namekawa und Philip Glass

Der Pianist und Dirigent Dennis Russell Davies, die Pianistin Maki Namekawa und der Komponist Philip Glass wurden mit dem Preis des Klavier-Festivals Ruhr ausgezeichnet.

Pizzicato

New Mexico Philharmonic hired Minczuk as Music Director

The New Mexico Philharmonic in Albuquerque, USA, announced Brazilian-born conductor Roberto Minczuk, 50, as new Music Director, effective from September 2017.

Cincinatti.com

CSO’s Timothy Lees bows out of European tour

While Lees is out on medical leave, violinist David Halen, who is the concertmaster of the St. Louis Symphony, will perform as temporary concertmaster for the tour, which runs Aug. 22-Sept. 10.

Jazz-Picknick bei den Montafoner Resonanzen © Andreas Haller/Montafon Tourismus GmbH

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MusicHistory @today_classical

in 1924 Birth of Lilian .

 

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(Written on July 17, 2017 )

Classical News

In today’s news: the Women Make Music Fund  has announced the findings of a five year evaluation report, launched in Parliament today, and Chicago’s famed smartbar is set to host a series of workshops as part of Daphne. Marko Ahtisaari is attempting to fight opioid dependency with the natural high triggered by music, more German people attend classical music concerts and festivals than football matches, and how music is being used to treat autism. German soprano Simone Kermes perfoms in Konzerthaus Berlin, Berlin gets another international concert hall planned by Frank Gehry, and Casio hosts a concert played on digital pianos. In the final subscription concerts of his tenure as Music Director, Alan Gilbert will lead the New York Philharmonic, and the violinist Miranda Cuckson has developed a strong following for her fearless forays into modern and contemporary music

M Magazine

Women Make Music Fund Publishes Five Year Impact Report

Ahead of International Women’s Day on 8 March, the Women Make Music Fund, launched by PRS Foundation in 2011, has announced the findings of a five year evaluation report, launched in Parliament today (1 March).

Der Tagesspiegel

Die geerdete Diva

Zuhause ist sie im Barock – und dorthin kehrt sie jetzt, nach einem Ausflug zu Strauss, auch wieder zurück: Simone Kermes singt Liebeslieder im Konzerthaus

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Fast ein Schlaraffenland

“Größte kulturelle Extravaganz”: In Berlin ist die Klassik bunt und vital aufgestellt. Und jetzt bekommt die Stadt mit dem Pierre-Boulez-Saal einen weiteren Musikraum. Entworfen hat ihn Stararchitekt Frank Gehry. Das klingt schon mal gut

Berliner Morgenpost

Ein digitaler Mozart

Die Firma Casio wagt im Kammermusiksaal den Klangwettstreit mit einem Bechstein-Konzertflügel

The New York Times

Quaff a Brew and Chill to the Violin With Miranda Cuckson

The violinist Miranda Cuckson, who plays complex works with charismatic devotion, has developed a strong following for her fearless forays into modern and contemporary music

Broadwayworld.com

Alan Gilbert to Conduct NY Philharmonic in A CONCERT FOR UNITY With Musicians Around the World

In the final subscription concerts of his tenure as Music Director, Alan Gilbert will lead the New York Philharmonic joined by musicians from orchestras around the world

klassik.com @klassikcom Grünes Licht für die Erweiterung des Hamburger Komponisten-Quartiers

Music History @today_classical in 1899 Death of Louise .

Live Music Now  We are delighted to launch our new vision for music in society, entitled “BRINGING MUSIC TO LIFE”. Read it here:

Miranda Cuckson plays in the Pop-Up Concerts series. Credit: Ruby Washington/The New York Times

(Written on March 2, 2017 )

Classical News

In our classical news today, Pierre-Laurent Aimard wins 2017 Ernst von Siemens Music Prize, PRS Foundation announces latest Composers’ Fund beneficiaries, and Bournemouth Symphony announces partnership with Trinity Laban. Also, Riccardo Chailly starts a new series of recordings with Decca, and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center announce $25,000 Composer’s Prize Winner.

Classical Music Magazine

Pierre-Laurent Aimard wins 2017 Ernst von Siemens Music Prize

Worth €250,000 (£212,000), the award is given in recognition of a life devoted to the service of music; former recipients include Aimard’s mentors Pierre Boulez, Olivier Messiaen, György Kurtàg and György Ligeti.

PRS Foundation announces latest Composers’ Fund beneficiaries

The Fund awards £150,000 annually to support composers and enable them to realise projects and ambitions that may not be possible through traditional commissioning models.

Bournemouth Symphony and Trinity Laban announce partnership

BSO and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance have announced a new long-term partnership aimed at improving the diversity of the UK orchestral profession and increasing professional development opportunities for young musicians across southwest England.

International Arts Manager

Riccardo Chailly begins a new series of recordings with Decca

Teatro alla Scala in Milan is to release a new series of recordings. The announcement comes following the beginning of Riccardo Chailly’s tenure as music director, which began on 1 January this year.

The Violin Channel

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Announce $25,000 Composer’s Prize Winner

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center has announced Welsh composer Huw Watkins as the recipient of the 2017 Elise L. Stoeger Prize.

The New York Times

The Big Debuts Of Carnegie Hall’s Next Season

It might seem as if every major classical musician has played Carnegie Hall — but its next season, which begins in October, features some big debuts.

Die Zeit

Pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard mit Musiknobelpreis ausgezeichnet

Der französische Pianist hat den Ernst von Siemens Musikpreis verliehen bekommen. Er sei eine “Schlüsselfigur im Musikleben unserer Zeit”, heißt es in der Begründung.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Was man den Zugvögeln ablauschen kann

Zu Lebzeiten konnten Brahms, Dvořák, Tschaikowsky und Bruckner nicht an seinen Erfolg heranreichen. Doch Niels Wilhelm Gade geriet in Vergessenheit. Jetzt feiern Dänen und Deutsche den 200. Geburtstag des Komponisten.

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Barenboim plant Konzert in Flüchtlingslager für Syrer in Nahost

Mit der Aktion wolle sich das von arabischen und israelischen Musikern gebildete West-Eastern Divan Orchester stärker als Friedensbotschafter der Vereinten Nationen profilieren.

Klassik heute

Afghanisches Frauenorchester auf Tournee

Mehr als 30 Schülerinnen des Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) aus Kabul sowie zehn Schülerinnen und Schüler des Hochbegabtenzentrums der Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt Weimar musizieren gemeinsam bei Konzerten in Berlin.

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Classic FM @ClassicFM ., Mitsuko Uchida, , will all play shows

London Philharmonic @LP Tim Walker explains our continuation of & new festival in our new 17/18 season

neue musikzeitung @musikzeitung nmz-news: Ein Anflug von Weltenharmonie – Jordi Savall in der Alten Oper Frankfurt https://goo.gl/fb/xgt75z

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Pierre-Laurent Aimard. Photo credit: Marco Borggreve

(Written on January 26, 2017 )

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 )