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In today’s news: 10 year old Australian violin prodigy is so good you might cry. Stolen Violin Alert. The ‘Mozart effect’: Does listening to classical music make you smarter? Estonian young classical musician of the year to head to Edinburgh Festival. 20 young conductors selected to take part in the Donatella Flick LSO Conducting Competition 2018. Steinway & Sons to be sold to Chinese investors? Mecklenburg-Vorpommern offers financial assistance for cultural councils. The classical music festival on the Greek refugee island of Chios. Meet the singer who is bringing Tibetan music to the world. Schubertiade in Schwarzenberg, Vorarlberg releases programme for 2019.

Classic FM

This 10-year-old Australian violin prodigy is so good you might cry

In April, 10-year-old Christian Li made history by becoming the youngest-ever winner of the 2018 Menuhin Competition in Geneva.

The Violin Chanel

STOLEN VIOLIN ALERT | 1927 August Friedrich Herrmann Violin – Milano, Italy

A stolen instrument alert has been issued for a 1927 August Friedrich Herrmann violin – stolen from a Trenitalia Intercity train in Italy

Classic FM

The ‘Mozart effect’: Does listening to classical music make you smarter?

Studies suggest that listening to classical music can improve your hearing, spatial reasoning skills and even general intelligence. But is there any truth in the ‘Mozart effect’?

ERR.EE News

Estonian young classical musician of the year to head to Edinburgh Festival

Estonian Percussionist Tanel-Eiko Novikov, 17, the winner of ERR’s Klassikatähed young person’s classical music competition, is to head to the Edinburgh International Festival for Eurovision Young Musicians 2018

LSO

Press release: 20 young conductors selected to take part in the Donatella Flick LSO Conducting Competition 2018

Twenty conductors aged under 30 have been selected from across Europe to take part in the 15th Donatella Flick LSO Conducting Competition, which will take place in London from 20–22 November.

Der Tagesspiegel

Baum der Hoffnung

Wie die griechische Insel Chios mit einem Klassik-Musikfestival auf Geflüchtete zugeht, die dort festsitzen – und auch dem Tourismus hilft.

NMZ

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern bietet Kofinanzierung für kommunale Kulturräte an

Das Land will Kreisen und kreisfreien Städten bei der Organisation ihrer Kulturarbeit mit 30 000 Euro jährlich unter die Arme greifen, erwartet von diesen aber eigene Zuschüsse.

klassik.com

Klavierbauer Steinway vor Übernahme durch China-Investor?

Das Traditionsunternehmen Steinway & Sons mit seinen Standorten in Hamburg, New York und Shanghai wird nach Informationen der Nachrichtenagentur Bloomberg möglicherweise erneut verkauft.

El País

La diosa de la canción que atravesó el Himalaya a pie

Yungchen Lhamo se marchó del Tibet en 1989 y desde entonces lleva sus canciones tradicionales y su apoyo a la causa budista contra la represión china por todo el mundo

Platea Magazine

La Schubertiada de Hohenems y Schwarzenberg presenta su edición de 2019

La Schubertiada que se celebra en las localidades austríacas de Hohenems y Schwarzenberg ha presentado su programación para la edición de 2019.

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(Written on August 8, 2018 )

The Observer

The best classical music of 2013: Fiona Maddocks’s choice

“Marin Alsop made history while some of her male counterparts made the headlines for all the wrong reasons. And you couldn’t move for Rings and Albert Herrings,” says Fiona Maddocks.

The Celebrity Cafe

Vienna Philharmonic orchestra strips honors from former Nazi leaders

The Vienna Philharmonic has announced that it has stripped honors bestowed upon six former Nazi officials. The move is being welcomed by many as the Philharmonic is seen as too secretive.

The Vancouver Sun

Mozart Effect a myth, say researchers

The idea that music can make a child smarter is based on one subsequently debunked study published in the journal Nature that found subjects performed better on spatial tasks after listening to music. In a new study which focuses on cognition, four-year-olds who attended visual arts classes performed comparably on vocabulary and numerical tasks to those who received musical training.

The Globe and Mail

Beyonce’s lesson? In a streaming world, marketing music takes serious creativity

The launch of Beyoncé was a pop-culture event in itself, quite apart from the actual music.

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee Symphony raises $1 million of $5 million emergency goal

The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra has received more than $1 million in donations and pledges since announcing its $5 million emergency fundraising campaign earlier this month, the organization’s president and chief executive said Friday.

Classical Music Magazine

Derry launches £900,000 legacy plans as City of Culture year comes to an end

The Arts Council of Northern Ireland and Derry City Council have launched a £900,000 legacy fund ‘to continue the cultural transformation of the city’ as its year as the first UK City of Culture comes to an end.

Classical Music Magazine

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(Written on December 23, 2013 )

Classic FM Online

Classical music doesn’t improve brain function, study claims

The Mozart effect could be completely non-existent, according to a new neuro-scientific study in America

Katherine Jenkins and José Carreras head to Abu Dhabi

Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins ans Spanish tenor José Carreras are to perform together in Abu Dhabi on October 25th

Brighton Philharmonic saved from closure

The Brighton Philharmonic has been saved from closure thanks to a series of late donations before yesterday’s board meeting that was to decide the orchestra’s fate

90-year-old Ethiopian nun is classical composer

The compositions of Emahoy Tsegué-Mariam Guebrù who was in near seclusion for nearly 30 years have been discovered by an Israeli pianist, who describes them as a “strange combination of classical, Ethiopian and blues”

National Children’s Orchestra in Tim Lihoreau’s Wednesday Web Chat

What’s it like playing in one of the world’s best children’s orchestras? We’ll be talking to former percussionist Benjamin Glassberg and Sarah Derbyshire in our Wednesday Web Chat from 9am on 21 August

Gramophone

2014 Gilmore Young Artist Award winners announced

Andrew Hsu and Llewellyn Sanchez-Werner receive the biennial award for promising American pianists

Classical Music Magazine

Last-ditch £70,000 fundraising effort hailed as success for Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra

A campaign to raise £70,000 in less than two weeks in order to save the freelance Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra has claimed success, after garnering pledges of £72,200

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Jeder giert nach seinem Gut

Abschluss der vielleicht kürzesten Ring-Inszenierung zu Wagners 200. Geburtstag. Der Schauspieler Stefan Kaminski erklärt Wagners Ring in vier Videos: „.Rheingold“, „Walküre“, „Siegfried“ und „Götterdämmerung“

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(Written on August 21, 2013 )