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In our classical news today, Scottish Opera presents UK’s first dementia-friendly performance, Yamaha offers upgrade to Silent or TransAcoustic pianos, and Dubai aims to rival Sydney with opening of new opera house. Also, Spotify is starting to make its own records.

Classical Music Magazine

Scottish Opera to present UK’s first dementia-friendly performance

An abridged version of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro will be the UK’s first dementia-friendly opera performance. With a running time of 1 hour and 45 minutes (including an interval), Scottish Opera’s performance has been designed to make it more accessible to those with dementia.

Yamaha offers upgrade to Silent or TransAcoustic pianos

The promotion offers individuals, schools, colleges, venues and institutions a part-exchange value of up to £1,250 on their current digital or acoustic piano when they purchase any of Yamaha’s TransAcoustic or Silent instruments.

The Telegraph

Dubai aims to rival Sydney with opening of new opera house

Located in the shadow of Burj Khalifa, in the glittering Downtown area, Dubai Opera is billed as the city’s first purpose-built multi-format performing arts theatre.

Music Business Worldwide

Spotify is making its own records … and putting them on playlists

Multiple cast-iron sources have informed MBW that, in recent months, Daniel Ek’s company has been directly paying producers to create tracks with specific musical guidelines.

Broadwayworld

Capital Fringe to Launch First-Ever Chamber Music Series This September

Capital Fringe will present four performances over three days with their first-ever Chamber Music Series at the Logan Fringe Arts Space, September 1st through the 3rd.

WQXR

Happy 100th Birthday Everett Lee, Trailblazing Conductor

On Aug. 31, Everett Lee, one of the first African-American conductors to lead an integrated Broadway cast, turns 100 years old. Terrance McKnight spoke — and sang — to him on his big day.

Klassik heute

Verband der Deutschen Konzertdirektionen feiert 70-jähriges Bestehen

Der Verband der Deutschen Konzertdirektionen e.V. (VDKD) feiert am 12. und 13. September 2016 in Berlin sein 70-jähriges Bestehen. Anlässlich des Jubiläums richtet der VDKD am 12. September eine Podiumsdiskussion für geladene Branchenvertreter aus.

RBB Kulturradio

Thomas Falk ist neuer Leiter der Rheinsberger Musikkultur

Thomas Falk löst René Serge Mund ab, der die Fusion von Musikakademie und Kammeroper mitbegleitet hatte.  Der ehemalige Leiter des Landesverbandes der Musik- und Kunstschulen Brandenburg bringt eine 25-jährige Erfahrung in der Brandenburger Kulturszene mit.

Norwegen.no

Ketil Bjørnstad: “Mein Weg zu Mozart” – Lesung und Gespräch im Felleshus

Ketil Bjørnstad ist einer der bekanntesten Schriftsteller, Pianisten und Komponisten aus Norwegen. Am 9. September ist der Autor im Felleshus der Nordischen Botschaften Berlin zu Gast und wird sein im selben Monat in der Übersetzung von Lothar Schneider erscheinendes Memoir “Mein Weg zu Mozart” vorstellen.

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Classical Music @ClassicalMusic_ CM celebrates 40 years at the heart of classical music with a bumper birthday issue!

CMUSE.org @cmuseorg new complete edition of works by soon to be released

ARD Competition @ARD_competition . is also keeping up to date on our competition.

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Scottish Opera’s 2010 production of The Marriage of Figaro. Photo Credit: Mark Hamilton

(Written on September 1, 2016 )