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In today’s news: Dubai and BBC Proms strike for the globalisation of classical music, Maestro Anton Coppolla (100) leads Opera Tampa in concert, finalists for Windsor Festival International String announced, Spotify signs new licensing deals, New Bedford Symphony Picks Israeli Conductor, an interview with Generalmusikdirektor of Deutschen Oper Berlin Donald Runnicles, and International Bach Academy will perform on Bach’s 332 birthday on next Tuesday. Wednesday was a big day for the New York Philharmonic, both onstage and in its offices, and Nottingham elementary school student Matthew Smith is dreaming of conducting his own orchestra.

The National

Dubai and BBC Proms strike a chord for the globalisation of classical music

In Nairobi, children kick a football down the street pretending to be Ronaldo. In London, K-pop is on MTV. And in an Abu Dhabi mall, a queue forms outside the latest bubble-­tea cafe. We have all become familiar with the continuous creep of globalisation. So it’s not surprising that, like other industries, classical music hasn’t been left behind.

Musicalchairs

100 Year Old Conductor, Maestro Anton Coppola to Lead Opera Tampa in Concert, 3/25

March 21, 2017 marks the 100th birthday of Maestro Anton Coppola, the conductor and composer whose career has spanned from singing in the Metropolitan Opera Children’s Chorus for the American premiere of Puccini’s Turandot at age 9 to – 91 years later – conducting his own an alternate ending for Puccini’s unfinished masterpiece, one of two new works to be premiered on March 25th at Coppola Conducts: 100 Years Young.

The Strad

Windsor Festival International String Competition names three finalists

The sixth Windsor Festival International String Competition has announced the three violinists selected to perform in tomorrow’s final, held in the Waterloo Chamber of Windsor Castle, UK.

Music Business Worldwide

Spotify to sign new licensing deals with major labels ‘within weeks’?

It’s been nearly two years since Spotify fell out of a long-term licensing deal with Universal Music Group.

Rhinegold

Britten-Pears Foundation appoints Sir Vernon Ellis as chair

The Britten–Pears Foundation has appointed Sir Vernon Ellis as its new chair. He will succeed Nick Prettejohn, who is to step down in early June after eight years in post.

Pizzicato

New Bedford Symphony Picks Israeli Conductor

The New Bedford Symphony Orchestra (Massachusetts) has announced Yaniv Dinur as its new music director.

Der Tagesspiegel

„Wagner machte mich zu dem, der ich bin“

Abschied von Götz Friedrichs „Ring“: Donald Runnicles, Generalmusikdirektor der Deutschen Oper Berlin, über alte und neue Nibelungen, die Liebe zu Benjamin Britten und seine Vertragsverlängerung

Süddeutsche Zeitung

Das ist sehr sadistisch

Er spielt Beethoven und Strawinsky, nebenbei entwirft er Schuhe und Parfums. Theodor Currentzis gilt als Ausnahme unter den Dirigenten und reist mit eigenem Ensemble.

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„Mont Blanc der Kirchenmusik“

Am 21.3.2017 feiert Johann Sebastian Bach seinen 332. Geburtstag. Die Internationale Bachakademie begeht diesen Tag mit der Aufführung eines seiner bedeutendsten Werke, der „h-Moll-Messe“

The New York Times

New Concerto, New Leader: A Big Day at the New York Philharmonic

Wednesday was a big day for the New York Philharmonic, both onstage and in its offices.

WQXR.org

This 11-Year-Old British Boy is Set to Make his Conducting Debut (Video)

While his fellow 11-year-olds are playing video games or daring one another to eat stomach-churning food combinations, Nottingham elementary school student Matthew Smith is dreaming of conducting his own orchestra.

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Classical Music News  John Malkovich: ‘Politics has gone through a portal into an alternate universe’

klassik.com Haydn Bozen und Trient 2017 erhält 2,7 Millionen Euro

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(Written on March 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, Sound and Music announces latest Pathways intake, EMCY pays an homage to Heifetz, and Fort Worth Opera fires general director. Also, Manfred Honeck will return to the New York Philharmonic, and Dresden Kulturpalast renovation turns out more expensive than planned.

Classical Music Magazine

Sound and Music announces latest Pathways intake

Georgie Buchanan, Gemma Nash, Blasio Kavuma, Jason Yarde and Samantha Fernando are the latest five composers selected for Sound and Music’s Pathways programme.

Pizzicato

EMCY Pays Homage To Heifetz

‘Give Music a Future’, a cooperation project of the European Union of Music Competitions for Youth (EMCY), co-funded by the culture programme Creative Europe of the European Union, pays an ‘Homage a Heifetz’. On 2 February, they started ‘Homage a Heifetz’, with celebrations for the birthday of the famous Vilnius born virtuoso Jascha Heifetz.

Fort Worth Opera Fires General Director

In a press release, Fort Worth Opera is profusely thanking their General Director « for his 16 years of dedicated service » and at the same time the board fires him over different views for the future.

Dezeen

Allied Works Architecture creates massive music centre for downtown Calgary

Covering two city blocks, Canada’s National Music Centre comprises towering volumes clad in bronze-hued tiles and a refurbished historic brick building.

The New York Times

9 Artists Honor the Man Who Put Brooklyn on the Map

When he announced his retirement as the president and executive producer of the Brooklyn Academy of Music in 1998, I argued in The Times that Harvey Lichtenstein had been the most innovative, influential performing arts administrator in New York history.

The Washington Post

Kennedy Center hosts a brilliantly HIP performance of Vivaldi

The HIP approach breaks away from the reliance on purity of sound and the masterworks of the canon that emerged as the twin pillars of so-called classical music in the late 20th century.

klassik.com

Münchner Konzertsaal: Baubeginn verzögert sich um mehrere Monate

Der Baubeginn des neuen Münchner Konzertsaals wird sich nach Angaben des Chefs der Bayerischen Staatskanzlei, Marcel Huber (CSU), um mehrere Monate verzögern. Grund dafür ist die gerichtlich angeordnete Neubewertung eines zum Architekturwettbewerb eingereichten Entwurfs

kulturradio vom rbb

“Stars & Rising Stars” präsentiert Klassikgrößen und Nachwuchstalente

Das neue Festival in München startet im Mai mit drei Uraufführungen der zeitgenössischen Komponisten Wolfgang Rihm, Bernd Redmann und Antoni Parera Fons

neue musikzeitung

3,3 Millionen Euro Mehrbedarf – Dresdner Kulturpalast wird teurer

Der Aufsichtsrat der städtische Immobiliengesellschaft KID sei über noch ungeprüfte Nachträge für das Bauprojekt informiert worden, teilte die Stadt am Montag mit. Diese ergeben einen kurzfristigen Finanzierungsbedarf von 3,3 Millionen Euro.

Broadwayworld

Manfred Honeck Returns To New York Philharmonic Featuring Inon Barnatan as Soloist, 2/15-18

Manfred Honeck will return to the New York Philharmonic to conduct Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 and Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1, with Artist-in-Association Inon Barnatan as soloist in his final Philharmonic appearance in that role

IndieWire

‘La La Land’ Composer Justin Hurwitz Created 1,900 Piano Demos To Find Just the Right Melodies: Awards Spotlight

The Oscar-nominated musician breaks down his exhaustive collaboration with director Damien Chazelle.

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Bachtrack @bachtrack Istanbul announces their line up for the 45th edition of their classical music festival using a host of great venues

BR_KLASSIK @BR_KLASSIK Valery und die : Neue Saison – alte Sorgen

klassik.com @klassikcom am Stuttgarter

Samantha

Samantha Fernando is one of the latest five composers selected for Sound and Music’s Pathways programme. Credit: Marianne Chua

(Written on February 15, 2017 )

Classical News

In today’s news, NMZ reports that the German Cultural Council puts up resistance against right-wing populist party AfD’s politics. Also, UK music industry welcomes legislation to protect music venues, costs for renovation of opera house in Bayreuth rise, and ENO chorus plans silent protest over wage cuts and redundancies

The Independent

English National Opera chorus plans silent protest over wage cuts and redundancies

The organisation says it must make several singers redundant and cut pay for remaining members by 25%

Music Week

Music industry welcomes legislation change to protect venues

UK Music, Music Venue Trust and Musicians’ Union have welcomed new Government legislation to protect music venues, following a meeting with Ministers at the Department For Communities And Local Government and Culture Minister Ed Vaizey MP.

BBC Entertainment and Arts

BBC Young Jazz Musician: Teenage trumpeter Alexandra Ridout wins

A 17-year-old trumpeter has won the BBC Young Musician Jazz Award 2016, beating her older brother to the title.

The Guardian

Facing the music: Laurence Cummings

He was once part of the Banal Chorale and admits to owning a Bucks Fizz record, but Kirkby’s Handel and Bernstein’s Mahler inspire the conductor and director of the London Handel festival today.

Der Tagesspiegel

Talentierte Dilettanten

Mit Leidenschaft dabei: Das Orchester Berliner Musikfreunde ist das am längsten existierende Laienensemble der Stadt

NMZ

Kulturrat ruft zu Widerstand gegen AfD-Politik auf

Der Deutsche Kulturrat hat nach dem Erfolg der AfD bei der Landtagswahl in Sachsen-Anhalt zum Widerstand gegen deren Politik aufgerufen

Klassik.com

Sanierung des Markgräflichen Opernhauses Bayreuth wird teurer

Der bayerische Finanzminister Markus Söder (CSU) hat den Auftrag für den zweiten Bauabschnitt bei der Sanierung des Markgräflichen Opernhauses Bayreuth erteilt, nun beginnt die nächste Bauphase

Le Monde

Le directeur des Chorégies d’Orange démissionne, en conflit avec la mairie d’extrême droite

Le directeur général des Chorégies d’Orange, Raymond Duffaut, en poste depuis 1981, a démissionné à la suite d’un conflit

Classicalite

Former President Clinton Paid Tribute in New Work ‘Billy Blythe’ by Opera Ithaca

It’s been announced that Opera Ithaca will stage a new opera about the childhood of former President Bill Clinton

Twitter

BR Klassik Alle Premieren der kommenden Saison werden live auf übertragen!

MUSIK HEUTE Neuer Beitrag: Kurt Weill Fest endet mit Besucherrekord: Dessau-Roßlau – Mit einem Besucherrekord ist am Sonnt…

neue musikzeitung Welterbe und weite Welt: Bamberger Symphoniker feiern Jubiläum: China, Japan oder die USA…

Photograph: Orchester Berliner Musikfreunde e.V. / Der Tagesspiegel

Photograph: Orchester Berliner Musikfreunde e.V. / Der Tagesspiegel

(Written on March 14, 2016 )

Classical News

In today’s news, Rolf Hind examines whether a composer’s sexual identity can influence their music, and The Telegraph asks, ‘are the Proms becoming too safe?’ Also, The Guardian reports that a ‘Refugees Welcome’ banner joined Union Jack flags at the Last Night of the Proms.

The Guardian

Queer pitch: is there such a thing?

Does a composer’s sexual identity influence their music? Rolf Hind examines what it means to be a queer composer

The Times

The magnificent seven: the greatest opera superstars of all time

In our celebrity-obsessed age, classical musicians rarely make it into the gossip columns. However, it was opera singers who invented the concept of modern celebrity

The Telegraph

Are the Proms becoming too safe?

As the 121st season of Promenade Concerts draws to a close, Ivan Hewett looks back on a high-quality season of surprising novelties, dependable delights and the odd turkey, but one that lacked the pioneering spirit of the past

Classic FM

There was a massive traffic jam on the M5 – but a string quartet performed Pachelbel’s Canon and made it all better

Hundreds of travellers were brought to a standstill on one of the UK’s busiest motorways this weekend – because a horse was on the loose. But then a string quartet appeared and played Pachelbel

The Guardian

‘Refugees Welcome’ banner steals show at Last Night of the Proms

Sign joins Union Jacks at Royal Albert Hall hours after tens of thousands of people stage solidarity march in London

Die Welt

“Immer frage ich mich: Wie kann ich nützlich sein?”

Yo-Yo Ma ist der beste Cellist der Welt. Spezialistentum mag er dennoch nicht. Ein Gespräch über das Verhältnis zu seiner liebsten Klavierpartnerin, den Neid auf Yuja Wang und seine Beziehung zu China.

neue Musikzeitung

TTIP und Kultur – Rede des Präsidenten des Deutschen Kulturrates Christian Höppner

Am Tag der kulturellen Vielfalt 21.05.2015 fanden in den Räumen des Deutschen Kulturrates in Berlin mehrere Informations- und Diskussionsrunden zum Thema, wie TTIP auf die den Kulturbereich einwirkt statt.

Klassik.com

Lucerne Festival meldet Auslastung von 90 Prozent

Die Sommerausgabe des Lucerne Festival ist in diesem Jahr bei insgesamt 78.600 Besuchern mit einer Auslastung von 90 Prozent zu Ende gegangen. Damit liegt das Ergebnis leicht unter dem des Vorjahres mit 80.000 Besuchern, die dem Veranstalter eine Auslastung von 95 Prozent beschert hatten.

The New York Times

The Concert Hall as Refuge in a Restless, Web-Driven World

For all the wonders of the web, it “threatens habits of deeper inquiry,” Ian Leslie argues in “Curious: The Desire to Know and Why Your Future Depends on It.” This book is among a growing number exploring what might be lost as we “lean on search engines and offload our memories to cloud storage,” to quote a review of four contributions to the topic last year by Jacob Silverman in The New York Times.

WQXR

New York Orchestra Cancels Season Opener Amid Labor Dispute

The Binghamton Philharmonic, a central New York orchestra that draws many of its musicians from the New York City area, has cancelled its Sept. 26 opening concert because of a labor dispute.

Twitter

Classical Music ‏@ClassicalMusic_ Ukranian-born pianist Anna Tcybuleva wins @leedspiano 2015: http://bit.ly/1VX5OWV 

Sinfini Music ‏@SinfiniMusic : Your challenge this wk: beat yr friends/colleagues in our @ABRSM-inspired Grade 5 theory quiz! http://bit.ly/1Qqg4UC 

BBC Proms Team ‏@bbcproms Two minutes of MONDAY THERAPY. A Schubert jewel from @fxrroth and the SWR Symphony Orchestra: http://bbc.in/1LE8wvN 

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Jonas Kaufmann performs Puccini arias with the BBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marin Alsop at the Last Night of the Proms 2015. Photo: BBC/Chris Christodoulou

(Written on September 14, 2015 )

Classical News

The Guardian

Composers on their premieres: ‘This is the point where one has to let go’

The Birmingham Contemporary Music Group has helped music lovers fund commissions through its Sound Investment scheme for almost 30 years. Ahead of their 75th commission, leading composers recall the nerves – and joy – of hearing their works come to life for the first time

The Independent

As ‘The Indian Queen’ opens, can Peter Sellars save the ENO?

As Purcell’s ‘The Indian Queen’ opens, Jessica Duchen meets the man on a mission to save an opera company in crisis

Classical Music Magazine

BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2015 finalists announced

20 singers from 15 different countries will compete in June

Philharmonia Orchestra signs £500k sponsorship with Chinese firewater manufacturer

The Philharmonia Orchestra has signed a five-year, £500,000 sponsorship deal with Chinese alcoholic beverage producer Wuliangye.

Classic FM

David Mellor on new London concert hall: ‘a power-play by Simon Rattle’

David Mellor has weighed in on the debate over whether London needs a new concert hall in a conversation with ex-Mayor of London Ken Livingstone on LBC.

KulturPort.De

Ruhrtriennale präsentiert Programm 2015

Im ersten Jahr unter der künstlerischen Leitung des Theatermachers Johan Simons bringt die Ruhrtriennale vom 14. August bis 26. September 2015 zahlreiche internationale KünstlerInnen in die Metropole Ruhr.

Klassik.com

Komponist Charles Kálmán ist tot

Sohn des Operettenkomponisten Emmerich Kálmán wurde 85 Jahre alt.

Musik Heute

Einreichungen für ECHO Klassik starten

Ab sofort können Tonträgerhersteller ihre besten Produktionen bei der Deutschen Phono-Akademie vorschlagen, teilte der Bundesverband Musikindustrie (BVMI) am Montag in Berlin mit.

Codex Flores

Stiftung Händel-Haus erwirbt mutmassliches Händel-Porträt

Die Stiftung Händel-Haus hat ein Porträt ersteigert, das nach ersten Untersuchungen mit grosser Wahrscheinlichkeit Georg Friedrich Händel darstellt.

pizzicato

Huge Investment To Renovate Sydney Opera’s Concert Hall

$202 million (€140 million) will be invested towards the renewal of the Sydney Opera House and specifically its largest theatre, the Concert Hall.

New Award For Conductors Named After Julius Rudel

The Mannes Orchestra at the Mannes College the New School for Music, announced the creation of a Julius Rudel Award for Conducting Studies, named after the American conductor who died in June 2014 at the age 93.

El Mundo

Mortier, sos Gardel

Un libro recopila las ‘Reflexiones sobre la ópera, el arte y la política’ de la mejor y más radical mente que se haya dedicado a la ópera en su generación.

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Classical Today @ClassicalToday: Heartbroken Frank Peter Zimmerman Surrenders ‘Lady Inchiquin’ Strad to Financial Controllers http://bit.ly/1GsU8TO

Classical:NEXT @ClassicalNEXT: RT @ruthmackenzie: “@hollandfestival: The programme 2015 has been announced. Featuring Anna Calvi in 12 Hour Prom. ”

Klassik.com @klassikcom: Überbrückungskredit für Salzburger Festspiele http://klassik.com/?9k8ja  #Musikfestival #Kulturmanagement #Kulturpolitik

ECHO Klassik Photo: Monique Wuestenhagen / BVMI

ECHO Klassik
Photo: Monique Wuestenhagen / BVMI

(Written on February 25, 2015 )

Classical News

Guardian

New concert halls – the good, the bad, and the rumours

Jonathan Nott’s move to Geneva will coincide with a new concert hall for the city, Jansons battles on for a hall in Munich fit for his world-class orchestra; and if rumours are to be believed, a similar project might help lure Rattle back to the UK….

Classic FM

Alexandre Desplat wins Bafta for Grand Budapest Hotel score

French composer Alexandre Desplat has won the Original Music Bafta award, beating off competition from Hans Zimmer.

Gramophone

Alan Gilbert to leave the New York Philharmonic

Another major orchestra begins the search for a new music director

BBC Arts and Entertainment

World premiere of Vivaldi’s earliest known work

The newly-discovered earliest known work by Italian baroque composer Antonio Vivaldi is being premiered at a concert on Monday in Florence, at the city’s renowned Uffizi art museum.

‘Phantom of the Opera’ arrested in police chase

An audience member has been arrested at the Vienna State Opera for persistently sneaking into more expensive seats.

Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin

Sagen Sie jetzt nichts, Gregory Porter

Der Jazz-Sänger über seine größte Schwäche, ein imaginäres Treffen mit Nat King Cole und seine Ballonmütze.

pizzicato

‘Neue Stimmen’-Wettbewerb startet in die Edition 2015

Junge Operntalente aus aller Welt können sich bis zum 31. März 2015 für den Internationalen Gesangswettbewerb ‘Neue Stimmen’ der Bertelsmann Stiftung bewerben.

Klassik.com

Thomas Quasthoff debütiert in Verbier als Dirigent

Nach Aufgabe der Gesangskarriere 2012 nun Wechsel der Profession

Musik Heute

Düsseldorfer Symphoniker: Ádám Fischer wird Erster Konzertdirigent – Alexandre Bloch Principal Guest Conductor

Ádám Fischer wird ab der Saison 2015/16 Erster Konzertdirigent der Düsseldorfer Symphoniker.

The New York Times

Voices Fresh and Familiar at the Grammy Awards

Grammy Winners 2015: Beck, Sam Smith, Pharrell and Beyoncé Thrive

Le Figaro

Pumeza Matshikiza, la Callas des townships

Avec sa voix chaude, son timbre de velours et son vibrato élégant, l’artiste sud-africaine a tout d’une star lyrique en devenir.

Twitter

ClassicalToday @ClassicalToday: And the classical Grammy winners are… http://bit.ly/1DVyAxh

Klassik.com @klassikcom: WestLB-Sammlung soll mit Stiftung und Sponsoren gerettet werden http://klassik.com/?4sU33  #Kulturpolitik #Geige #Stradivari

KlassikAkzente @klassikakzente: Anfang Februar hat das Warten ein Ende! Wir zeigen einen ersten Einblick in The French Collection von Piotr Beczala https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2u6rcTnqBOM …

Pumeza Matshikiza Photo: Le Figaro

Pumeza Matshikiza
Photo: Le Figaro

(Written on February 9, 2015 )

Classical News

Classic FM

This new instrument might be the weirdest-sounding thing we’ve ever heard

Musician Görkem Şen has invented a brand-new instrument called the Yaybahar and it makes some thoroughly bizarre and delightful noises.

International Arts Manager

Concours de Genève marks 75th anniversary

The 69th Concours de Genève will take place this month, celebrating the competition’s 75th anniversary.

The Guardian

From Fargo to Hannibal, this is a golden age for TV music

Whether sparse and tense, or lavish and operatic, TV shows now have scores as impressive as their cinematic counterparts. We talk to the composers behind some of the best

BBC Music Magazine

Does listening to sad music actually make you happier?

New research suggests that sad music actually makes people feel more positive

Zeit Online

Musikdozenten ziehen andere Saiten auf

An deutschen Musikhochschulen werden freie Lehrkräfte “unter aller Sau” behandelt.

Klassik.com

Kulturmanager Jens Cording mit Bundesverdienstmedaille geehrt

Langjähriges Engagement für die zeitgenössische Musik

Musik Heute

Bamberger Symphoniker kooperieren mit erster “Pilotschule Kultur”

Die Bamberger Symphoniker haben die Partnerschaft für die erste “Pilotschule Kultur der Stadt Bamberg” übernommen.

Le Monde

Jordi Savall fait crisser sa viole

C’est pour dénoncer « la grave incompétence » du gouvernement de Madrid en matière culturelle et son « manque d’intérêt pour défendre et promouvoir les arts » que Jordi Savall a renoncé, jeudi 30 octobre, au Prix national de la musique.

Classicalite

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Composer Harry Gregson-Williams Talks ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ Score

As much as the graphics and gameplay of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare help add up to one of the most anticipated video games of the year, the music behind the futuristic shooter plays a big part as well.

Twitter

ClassicalToday @ClassicalToday: Which comes first, the movie or the music? http://bit.ly/1EkEuct

Classic FM @ClassicFM: So to sum up: pics for #Sax200 #SaxophoneDay And all wrapped up in fabulous @AmyDickson music earlier. @TimLihoreau

KlassikInfo.de @klassikinfo: Finalisten für den Deutschen Dirigentenpreis 2015 stehen fest. http://www.KlassikInfo.de 

Klassik.com @klassikcom: Interessenverein für Münchener Konzertsaal kritisiert Gasteig-Pläne http://klassik.com/?i1U4l  #Konzerthaus #Kulturpolitik

The violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter © Reuters/Joshua Roberts

The violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter
© Reuters/Joshua Roberts

(Written on November 6, 2014 )