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In our news today, Arts Council imposes quantitative measures of arts quality, violinist Kyung Wha Chung postpones 2016 UK tour due to finger injury, and Warner Classics is Label of the Year At Gramophone Awards. Also, Don Buchla dies at 79, and Pietari Inkinen has been confirmed as the new chief conductor of Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern.

Arts Professional

Arts Council to impose quantitative measures of arts quality

Arts Council England is forging ahead with plans to impose a standardised system for measuring artistic quality on its NPOs, despite a lukewarm sector response and warnings that this will require a “quantum change” in organisational attitudes to data.

The Strad

Violinist Kyung Wha Chung postpones 2016 UK tour due to finger injury

The 68-year-old Korean violinist, who was due to play Bach’s complete Solo Violin Sonatas and Partitas at London’s Barbican on 26 October, has rescheduled her performance to 10 May 2017.

Gramophone

The 2016 Gramophone Awards issue – out now!

Enjoy Gramophones annual celebration of the best recordings of the last 12 months.

Music Business International

Warner Classics Named Label of the Year At Gramophone Awards

Warner Classics was named Label of the Year at the Gramophone Awards in London last week, the honour comes just three years after Warner purchased the catalogues of EMI Classics and Virgin Classics.

New York Times

Don Buchla, Electronic Music Maverick, Dies at 79

Don Buchla, a pioneer and maverick of electronic music who had a lifelong fascination with the ways that humans, technology and sounds interact, died on Wednesday at his home in Berkeley, Calif. He was 79.

My Web Times

Classical trio to perform Ottawa Concert Association show

Oglesby native Erin Shields is bringing her New York based group O Sole Trio and its new show “Bravissimo Broadway,” to the Central Intermediate School cafetorium, Ottawa, Sept. 29.

nmz

Nach den Wahlen: Die Freie Szene Berlins fordert starken Kultursenator

Die frei arbeitenden Künstler in Berlin erwarten vom neuen Senat mehr Unterstützung. „Wir brauchen einen starken Kultursenator, der das Interesse hat, die Künste zu stärken“, sagte Christophe Knoch, Sprecher der Koalition der Freien Szene.

Musik heute

Deutsche Radio Philharmonie: Inkinen wird Chefdirigent

Pietari Inkinen (36) wird neuer Chefdirigent der Deutschen Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern (DRP). Der Finne übernehme das Amt mit Beginn der Saison 2017/18, teilte der Südwestrundfunk (SWR) am Freitag mit.

Klassik heute

Sonderkonzert zum 468. Geburtstag der Staatskapelle Dresden

Am 22. September 1548 wurde sie gegründet, seit dem vergangenen Jahr erinnert die Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden an diesen Tag mit einem Sonderkonzert, das Werke aus der Vergangenheit mit Kompositionen der Gegenwart kombiniert.

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Conductor PIETARI INKINEN FOTO: NGUYEN PHUONG THAO Weiterer Text über ots und www.presseportal.de/nr/7169 / Die Verwendung dieses Bildes ist für redaktionelle Zwecke honorarfrei. Veröffentlichung bitte unter Quellenangabe: "obs/SWR - Südwestrundfunk/Nguyen Phuong Thao"

Conductor Pietari Inkinen. Photo: Nguyen Phuong Thao

(Written on September 19, 2016 )

Classical News

In today’s news, the BBC Proms swapped the Royal Albert Hall for a car park in Peckham to perform three of Steve Reich’s pieces, GCSE results show more flexibility is needed with arts subjects in schools & violinist Maxim Vengerov appointed visiting professor at London’s Royal College of Music. Also, Universal Music Group spent $38m on restructuring in the first six months of 2016.

RadioTimes

The day the Proms swapped the Royal Albert Hall for a Peckham car park

The Multi-Story Orchestra performed three pieces by American modernist Steve Reich – with added percussion from passing trains and planes

Classical Music Magazine

GCSE results show more flexibility is needed with arts subjects

A recent TES report has shown that the much-disputed English Baccalaureate (EBacc) is already having an impact on students’ academic careers, with this year’s GCSE results being used as an example of the declining focus on the arts in curricula.

The Strad

Violinist Maxim Vengerov appointed visiting professor at London’s Royal College of Music

London’s Royal College of Music has appointed Maxim Vengerov as Polonsky Visiting Professor of Violin. The virtuoso performer and conductor will visit the RCM at least three times a year in the newly created role.

Music Business Worldwide

Universal spent $38M on restructuring in the first half of 2016

Universal Music Group spent close to $40m on restructuring in the first six months of 2016, as it morphed into a US-led global hierarchy. During this period, the major completed the shuttering of Universal Music Group International (UMGi) – a symbol of a now-discarded bifurcated US/ex-US setup in which all territories outside the States reported into an ‘international’ department in London.

New York Times

Sorry about that: Wells Fargo to end ads suggesting science over arts

Wells Fargo, the financial services giant immortalized in lyrics to “The Music Man,” has apologized for advertisements that seemed to suggest that teenagers should set aside their artistic dreams and choose careers in science.

International Arts Manager

Back to Bach – Kyung Wha Chung

Kyung Wha Chung is a tough nut to crack: she’s intriguing, fascinating and just a little bit frightening as she alternates from being as wily as a puma or as playful as kitten. Chung’s as sharp, honest and brutal with herself as she is with everyone else.

The Sydney Morning Herald

Bollywood comes to the Sydney Opera House for Confluence Festival of India

Bollywood loves a grand location. So what better place than the Sydney Opera House forecourt to hold a flashmob of more than 1000 people dancing to the distinctive rhythms of Indian cinema?

Le Figaro

Alexandre Hammadi, le français de l’American Ballet Theatre

Soliste à l’American Ballet Theatre, il sera à partir du 6 septembre le prince de La Belle au Bois Dormant. Son parcours voyageur est à l’image de cette compagnie ouverte et diverse.

nmz

Rheinland-Pfalz: Ministerpräsidentin Malu Dreyer will Musikstiftung Villa Musica weiter unterstützen

Ministerpräsidentin Malu Dreyer (SPD) hat der Landesstiftung Villa Musica zum 30-jährigen Bestehen die weitere Unterstützung von Rheinland-Pfalz zugesagt.

klassik.com

Usedomer Musikpreis für Geiger Daniel Lozakovich

Der schwedische Geiger Daniel Lozakovich ist mit dem Usedomer Musikpreis der Oscar und Vera Ritter-Stiftung ausgezeichnet worden. Thomas Hummel, Intendant des Usedomer Musikfestivals überreichte dem erst 15-jährigen Instrumentalisten die Auszeichnung, die mit 5.000 Euro dotiert ist.

Klassik heute

GMD Michael Hofstetter verlänger seinen Vertrag am Stadttheater Gießen

Der Dirigent Michael Hofstetter hat seinen Vertrag als Generalmusikdirektor am Stadttheater Gießen um fünf Jahre bis 2022 verlängert. Hofstetter ist einer der meistgefragten Dirigenten seiner Generation und wurde vom Fachmagazin Opernwelt mehrfach als Dirigent des Jahres nominiert.

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Classic FM @ClassicFM The is underway – we’re celebrating with classical music for the event in the !

Royal Opera House @RoyalOperaHouse Booking is now open for Premium 2 Friends for Winter 2016/17 – let us know if you need any help! ^C

Barenreiter @BarenreiterUK Today in 1791 first performance of Mozart’s opera La Clemenza di Tito in Estates Theatre Prague

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Photograph: RadioTimes

(Written on September 6, 2016 )

Classical News

In today’s news, Anna Netrebko surprisingly withdraws from singing at Royal Opera’s Norma, Finnish conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen to work with Metropolitan Opera, Google offers a virtual tour through the Sydney Opera House and Scottish Opera announces four productions and Philip Glass premiere as new season is unveiled.

The Guardian

Soprano Anna Netrebko withdraws from Royal Opera’s Norma

One of the world’s leading sopranos has pulled out of the Royal Opera’s autumn production of Norma because her “voice has evolved in a different direction”. Anna Netrebko released a statement on Tuesday giving her reasons for what the company admitted was a frustrating late withdrawal.

New York Times

Esa-Pekka Salonen brings his cool to New York’s music scene

He has held musical soirees at National Sawdust in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He led the New York Philharmonic in Messiaen’s boffo “Turangalîla-Symphonie” in March at David Geffen Hall, where, a week later, Alan Gilbert conducted the New York premiere of his Dada piece, “Karawane.” Now he is next door, conducting Strauss’s “Elektra” at the Metropolitan Opera.

Herald Scotland

Scottish Opera announces four productions and Philip Glass premiere as new season unveiled

Four new productions, a collaboration with a leading theatre company and the first Scottish performance of a Puccini opera are part of Scottish Opera’s new season.

Mashable UK

Go backstage at the Sydney Opera House with Google’s virtual museum

On Wednesday, the building and the Google Cultural Institute, an initiative that hosts virtual museums from around the world, announced a new partnership that will see more than 1,000 of the House’s artefacts posted online.

Music Week

BBC Music Day to return in June

BBC Music has announced the full line-up of events for BBC Music Day 2016, which returns this year on Friday, June 3.

Classical Music Magazine

Warner Classics extends label distribution service

Warner Classics is to extend its global distribution and marketing infrastructure to third-party labels. EuroArts Music will be the first company to join forces with Warner Classics Label Services from 1 May.

Ralph Kirshbaum receives honorary degree

Cellist Ralph Kirshbaum is to be presented with an honorary doctorate in music from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on 5 July. Kirshbaum’s career encompasses solo performance, chamber music, recording and pedagogy.

The Strad

Fresh from signing to Warner Classics, violinist Kyung Wha Chung to open Verbier Festival

Following the news earlier this month that Kyung Wha Chung has signed an exclusive recording contract with Warner Classics, it has been announced that the violinist is to open the Verbier Festival on 22 July.

Der Tagesspiegel

Völkermord, bitte löschen

Die Türkei versucht die EU-Kulturpolitik zu kontrollieren – Auslöser ist ein Konzertprojekt der Dresdner Sinfoniker über den Genozid an den Armeniern.

neue musikzeitung

Erinnern, übermalen und neu gestalten

Der dänische Komponist Hans Abrahamsen im Porträt.

Das Orchester

Nachlass von Claudio Abbado kommt nach Berlin

Die Schenkung an die Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin/Stiftung Preußischer Kulturbesitz umfasst eine umfangreiche Sammlung von Partituren, handschriftlichen Aufzeichnungen, Audio-/Video-Veröffentlichungen, musikwissenschaftlicher Literatur und Briefen.

El mundo

Con la vista en Brahms y Gernika

La BOS mirará al compositor alemán en una temporada que tendrá invitados como Eliahu Inbal.

Twitter

Top Classical News @topcmnews Three Krenek operas to be staged in Frankfurt

Making Music England @MakingMusicENG Help put ‘A Choir in Every Care Home’

Sydney Opera House @SydOperaHouse Today we launch our Cultural Institute collection — 50 exhibits, 1000+ artefacts

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Photograph: Royal Opera

(Written on April 27, 2016 )

Classical News

Guardian

UK’s orchestras to get tax relief

The measure, aimed to encourage performances across the UK, brings British orchestras in line with theatre and film industries

Telegraph

The tragedy of Europe’s great forgotten female composer

Vítězslava Kaprálová was on the cusp of greatness when she died of tuberculosis. On the centenary of her birth, John Allison uncovers a tragic love triangle in Vichy France

Independent

ENO’s outgoing chairman Martyn Rose demands artistic director John Berry be sacked

The chairman’s animosity towards Mr Berry was revealed in a private letter sent to the ENO’s president Sir Vernon Ellis

The Times

Michael Morpurgo: ‘Bring children who wriggle and scream’

When the violinist Kyung-Wha Chung interrupted her comeback concert at the Festival Hall last December to suggest to the parents of a coughing child that maybe they “bring her back when she’s older”, reactions ranged from sympathetic to outraged.

BBC Music Magazine

Mozart’s birthday to be celebrated with first ever worldwide virtual recital

Pianists of all ages and abilities invited to join in online

Die Welt

“Da ist Bratsche einfach gnädiger als Klavier”

Die Bratsche war lange ein belächeltes Instrument. Tabea Zimmermann hat es zu Weltruhm mit ihr gebracht. Ein Gespräch in der Trattoria – über eine nicht einfache Kindheit und den späten Beethoven.

KulturPort.De

WDR 3 Jazzfest mit 14 Konzerten und WDR Jazzpreis-Verleihung am Freitag

Mit insgesamt 14 Jazz-Konzerten inklusive der Verleihung der WDR Jazzpreise macht das WDR 3 Jazzfest von Mittwoch, 28. Januar bis Samstag, 31. Januar 2015 Station in Dortmund.

Klassik.com

Neuer Intendant nach Skandal am Palau de les Arts Valencia

Trotz Korruptionsvorwürfen erhält Schmidt Abfindung für zehnjährige Intendanz

Gewerkschaft will Scala-Vorstellung zur Expo-Eröffnung boykottieren

Traditioneller Feiertag wichtiger als Weltausstellung

pizzicato

Flash Mob Generates Audience in Poland

There are many of the so called flash mobs on various Internet platforms, and seldom we learned about any positive result.

El Mundo

Doña Helga S.A.

La polémica gestión en el Palau de Les Arts

Twitter

Guardian Classical @GdnClassical: Facing the music: Iestyn Davies http://gu.com/p/4537g

Classicalite @Classicalite: ‘Eyes Wide Open’ at Café Carlyle, Avant Music Festival + More! – http://eepurl.com/bcpPKf

Klassik.com @klassikcom: Mindestlohn: Heinrich-Schütz-Haus in finanziellen Nöten http://klassik.com/?Tu5OY  #Musikwissenschaft #Kulturmanagement #Kulturpoliti

Helga Schmidt Photo via El Mundo

Helga Schmidt
Photo via El Mundo

(Written on January 26, 2015 )

Classical News

Telegraph

Orchestras and children’s TV producers in line for tax break from Autumn Statement

George Osborne gives unexpected cash boost to firms behind children’s TV shows and opens consultation on orchestra tax relief

Classic FM

Kyung Wha Chung complains about coughing child during ‘tetchy’ comeback concert

During her first London concert in 12 years, the legendary violinist told the parents of a coughing child, ‘Maybe bring her back when she’s older’.

BBC Music Magazine

BBC Concert Orchestra announced as associate orchestra of Southbank

The orchestra will open the Southbank’s major 2015 festival, Changing Britain 1945-2015

Classical Source

Jerrold Holdings wins the Hallé’s Corporate Choir Competition

A 20-strong team from Cheadle-based lender, Jerrold Holdings, has been crowned winner of Hallé’s highly contended Corporate Choir Competition, beating off strong competition from Siemens, First Transpennine Express, PZ Cussons, PwC and ITC Luxury Travel.

BBC News Magazine

Who, what, why: How do you stop people coughing during a classical concert?

A world-renowned violinist has berated the parents of a child who coughed during a concert. How do you keep a tickly throat at bay, and does it matter, asks Chris Stokel-Walker.

Zeit Online

Die rührende Hilflosigkeit der Holzwirtschaft

Wolfgang Büchners Entlassung beim “Spiegel” offenbart die Angst der Verlage vor dem Internet.

Die Welt

So komponierten die Musiker, die im Krieg fielen

Im Ersten Weltkrieg verlor eine Goldene Generation von Komponisten ihr Leben.

Klassik.com

NRW: Höhere Vergütung für Musikhochschullehrer?

275.000 Euro für Tariferhöhung im Jahr 2015

Concerti

In der Welt von… WDR Sinfonieorchester

In unserer Reihe „In der Welt von…“ begleiten wir – vernetzt durch Smartphone und Social Media – Künstler auf Reisen, zu spannenden Projekten und besonderen Ereignissen

Le Figaro

Cirkafrika, un équilibre parfait

Sur la pelouse de Reuilly, à Paris, 48 danseurs, musiciens et acrobates reviennent pour un nouveau spectacle qui évoque l’Afrique en mêlant acrobaties, numéros aériens et gospel.

Twitter

Classic FM @ClassicFM: How cultural were you in 2014? Test your knowledge with our quiz of the year: http://classfm.co/3KixRH 

Sinfini Music @SinfiniMusic: Good luck @edballsmp! Ed is taking his grade 4 piano today. Says it will be more stressful than #AutumnStatement http://huff.to/1vVb7v9 

Royal Academy Music @RoyalAcadMusic: Academy Manson Ensemble join @Ldn_Sinfonietta for #birtwistlebirthday tonight, http://bit.ly/1q0OjJE 

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With its formula stamped “color, rhythm and good humour,” Cirkafrika conquered the public. Photo: White Rabbit Pictures/Cirque Phenix SSE

(Written on December 5, 2014 )

Classical News

The Guardian

Was Kyung Wha Chung right to upbraid a coughing child disturbing her recital?

A violinist has suggested to a child’s parents they ‘bring her back when she’s older’. Fair enough?

Karajan: a new film – and the controversy continues

The conductor – who led the Berlin Philharmonic from 1956 to 1989 – is the subject of a new BBC documentary. But he remains an enigmatic figure, whose musical approach sounds a false note in today’s world

The Times

Dmitri Hvorostovsky: the oligarch’s opera star

Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky performs for Putin and needs protection from his fans. He tells Anna Picard why

Classical Music Magazine

Autumn Statement includes nod towards orchestras ‒ but no commitment

The chancellor’s Autumn Statement on 3 December includes an acknowledgement of the ‘cultural value’ of orchestras but no firm commitment to a tax break.

The Strad

Apply this week to be part of the Young Orchestra for London

The project unites the Berlin Philharmonic, London Symphony and London Philharmonic Orchestras, and Barbican and Southbank Centres

Concerti

Opulenz im Ländle

Mit ihrer Annäherung an die Barockästhetik sind die Händel-Festspiele Karlsruhe nicht nur auf der Bühne zum Vorreiter avanciert

Pizzicato

Sanierung der Berliner Staatsoper dauer länger und wird nochmals teurer

2013 sollte die seit 2010 andauernde Sanierung der Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin beendet sein.

Minnesota Orchestra Announces $650,000 Deficit

The Minnesota Orchestra ended its fiscal year 2014 with an operating loss of $650,000

Klassik.com

Musizieren fördert die Integration

Studie sieht positiven Effekt im gemeinsamen Musizieren

Musik Heute

Unternehmer verschenkt Opern-Karten an benachteiligte Kinder

Der Leipziger Immobilienunternehmer Eckhardt Schroeder verschenkt 500 Freikarten für die Märchenoper “Hänsel und Gretel” in der Oper Leipzig.

Codex Flores

Andreas von Graffenried kehrt Bayreuth den Rücken

Der Schweizer Andreas von Graffenried hätte den Posten von Karlheinz Matitschka, des freigestellten Technischen Direktors der Bayreuther Festspiele, übernehmen sollen.

Twitter

Classicalite @Classicalite: [UPDATE] 7-Year-Old’s Dream Comes True: Will Play Violin for Peace in #Ferguson http://www.classicalite.com/articles/13137/20141203/update-7-year-old-dream-comes-true-play-violin-peace-ferguson.htm?exe=reporter …

KulturPort.De @kultur_port_de: #Kultur 23,6 Mio. Euro für neue Projekte der Kulturstiftung des Bundes http://tinyurl.com/oudfql5 

KlassikAkzente @klassikakzente: Zum Aufwärmen und Genießen gibt es jetzt die “Classical Winter” Playlist von DG und Spotify: http://smarturl.it/ClassicalWinter 

Riccardo Primo in Karlsruhe © Falk von Traubenberg

Riccardo Primo in Karlsruhe
© Falk von Traubenberg

(Written on December 4, 2014 )

Classical News

Guardian

Songs of exiles: rescuing ‘degenerate music’ from the shadows

The Nazi campaign against so-called ‘degenerate music’, saw works by such composers as Weill, Schoenberg and Hindemith denounced and suppressed. More than 70 years later, much of this music is still unknown. Baritone Peter Brathwaite on his mission to bring it to a new audience.

Telegraph

Injured violinist spent 10 years playing music in her head

The virtuoso Kyung Wha-Chung, who lost the use of her finger in 2005, will play her first London concert in a decade at the Royal Festival Hall in December

Classical Music Magazine

Dartington announces first programme under Joanna MacGregor’s leadership

Dartington International Summer School has announced the fullprogramme of events and classes for its 2015 season, which runs from 1 to 29 August. It will be the first edition of the annual summer school to be overseen by new artistic director Joanna MacGregor.

BBC Music Magazine

The Really Big Chorus to usher in the festive season with double Messiah

4,000 singers will mark The Really Big Chorus’s 40th anniversary

The Strad

Amsterdam’s Dudok Quartet wins Kersjes Prize 2014, worth €50,000

The group was praised by the jury for its ‘intense, impassioned playing’

Pizzicato

Fusion von Staatsmusiktheater und Moskauer Philharmonikern

Das nationale russische Staatsmusiktheater, das ehemalige Theater Vladimir Nazarov, soll gegen den Widerstand der Theaterleitung und des Personals mit den Moskauer Philharmonikern fusioniert werden.

Klassik.com

Mammutprojekt zum 250. Beethoven-Geburtstag

Die Bonner Pianistin Susanne Kessel hat Komponisten aus aller Welt dazu aufgerufen, insgesamt 250 Klavierstücke mit Bezug zu Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827) zu komponieren.

Musik Heute

Essener Philharmoniker erweitern Besuche in JeKi-Grundschulen

Instrumentalisten der Essener Philharmoniker erweitern ihre Besuche in Grundschulen der Stadt.

Codex Flores

Der Ursprung musikalischer Hörfähigkeiten

In einer drei Jahre dauernden Studie ist ein Team der Basler Hochschule für Musik der Frage nachgegangen, ob die speziellen musikalischen Hörfähigkeiten von Musikern Resultat von Veranlagung oder von Training (oder eines Zusammenwirkens beider Komponenten) sind.

Pizzicato

Algiers To Open Opera House In 2015

The Opera of Algiers, in construction since November 2012 in the southwest suburb of the capital, will be delivered in July 2015.

El Mundo

Plácido Domingo: ‘No vivo de las rentas, sino de mi esfuerzo y mi trabajo cotidiano’

No está claro si Plácido Domingo tiene 73 años o tiene 37.

Twitter

medici.tv ‏@medicitv: Can leading #composers complete a series of #Bach‘s #organ pieces? @Telegraph #MediciClassicalNews http://sco.lt/4u0SQL

Albion Media @albionmedia: A huge congratulations to @JoyceDiDonato for her TWO International Classical Music Awards 2015 nominations!

The Royal Opera @TheRoyalOpera: Which do you think are the most romantic duets in opera? A few of our favourites: http://www.roh.org.uk/news/our-favourite-romantic-love-duets … #music ^C

really big chorus4,000 singers will mark The Really Big Chorus’s 40th anniversary. Photo: Don & Ann Monro

(Written on November 28, 2014 )

Classical News

Guardian

Venezuela’s El Sistema music scheme is ‘model of tyranny’, UK academic says

Supporters rush to defend ‘beacon of social justice’ as study shows project fails to reach disadvantaged youth

Independent

ENO blames Arts Council cuts after production of Orfeo is cancelled

The English National Opera has been forced to cancel a forthcoming production “for the first time in recent memory” as a direct result of severe cuts to its funding earlier this year.

Classical Music Magazine

Dickon Stainer appointed to lead Universal’s classical activities

Dickon Stainer has been appointed president and chief executive of global classics at Universal Music Group, with overall responsibility for all of UMG’s classical output including Deutsche Grammophon, Decca, and Sinfini Music.

The Strad

Six winning 2014 Young Concert Artists announced, including four string players

The New York organisation will promote the winning musicians with concerts and management

Sinfini Music

Kyung Wha Chung

The celebrated violinist Kyung Wha Chung has announced her London comeback in December after an absence of nearly 20 years.

Die Welt

Marek Janowski dirigiert Frank Castorfs “Ring”

Er wollte nie wieder etwas mit der Bühne zu tun haben. Doch Bayreuths mythischer Orchesterabgrund hat ihn schwach gemacht.

Wenn ein Muslim am Broadway austickt

Eine New Yorker Dinnerparty wird zur griechischen Tragödie: Für sein Vier-Personen-Stück “Disgraced” erhielt Ayad Akhtar im vergangenen Jahr den Pulitzerpreis.

Klassik.com

Debatte um Stuttgarter Konzerthaus nimmt Fahrt auf

CDU-Fraktion regt Initiative zum Bau eines Hauses mit 4.000 bis 5.000 Plätzen an

Evelyn Herlitzius erhält Faust-Theaterpreis als beste Sängerin

Die Sopranistin Evelyn Herlitzius hat den Theaterpreis “Der Faust” als beste Sängerdarstellerin erhalten.

Classicalite

EXCLUSIVE: Director Gerard McBurney on “A Pierre Dream,” the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Multimedia Portrait of Pierre Boulez

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra will celebrate the life and work of Pierre Boulez, the esteemed composer and conductor who will turn 90 in March, with a brand-new Beyond the Score production of “A Pierre Dream: A Portrait of Pierre Boulez,” on November 14 and 16 at Symphony Center.

I Care If You Listen

How To Take Charge Of Your Finances As A Musician (Part I)

Kudos for choosing to make a life from your passion!

Twitter

Classic FM ‏@ClassicFM: Superstar tenor @AlfieBoe shares some advice for singers: http://classfm.co/w1jQ6n

EnglishNationalOpera ‏@E_N_O: ICYMI earlier this week, ENO Director-in-Residence Peter Sellars talks about his spiritual side: http://ow.ly/E6ojC  #ENOGospel

Intermusica ‏@IntermusicaLtd: “New works, new instruments”: @colincurrieperc tells the story of his #MetalWoodSkin festival in the @GdnClassical http://ow.ly/E9EwH

YCA11Six winning 2014 Young Concert Artists announced. Photo: Brian D. Bumby

(Written on November 12, 2014 )