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In today’s news, Tagesspiegel discusses the construction site fiasco at Berlin State Opera and streaming services are supposed to boost music business. Also, Morricone is nominated for an Oscar, Pavarotti-Villa becomes a meeting place for artists and Philippe Jaroussky cancels Parthenope

Gramophone

First BBC Proms 2016 concerts revealed as the Ten Pieces project continues

Secondary school students will be given the opportunity to perform at the Proms on July 23 and 24

Daily Nation

Kenya’s jazz and classical music culture in the spotlight

Kenya’s Afrosync’s musical journey will be beamed to global audiences in a special feature that explores how musical genres are evolving in Kenya and influencing a new generation of musicians

Gramophone

Exclusive video: Grigory Sokolov plays an extract from Beethoven’s Hammerklavier Sonata

Watch Grigory Sokolov play an extract from the Allegro of Beethoven’s Hammerklavier Sonata, part of his new album

dnaindia

Five-day classical music event begins in Dombivli

The South Indian community in Dombivli celebrated this festival by attending a classical music and dance event, Makara Mahotsavam

PRS for Music Foundation

New Music Biennial 2017 Commissions announced

The winning commissions present a snapshot of contemporary music in the UK including ten brand new works and ten pre-existing works that have been composed within the last 15 years

Der Tagesspiegel

Stuck für Stuck

Zu viel, zu schnell: Architekt Klaus Roth und Senatsbaudirektorin Regula Lüscher erklären dem Untersuchungsausschuss, warum die Staatsopern-Baustelle aus ihrer Sicht ein Fiasko wurde

NMZ

Tübinger Forscher: Streamingdienste können Musikgeschäft ankurbeln

Kostenpflichtige Musik-Streamingdienste aus dem Internet können nach Einschätzung von Tübinger Forschern das Geschäft der Musikbranche ankurbeln

Klassik.com

Pavarotti-Villa soll Künstler-Begegnungsstätte werden

Die Villa des Tenors Luciano Pavarotti in der mittelitalienischen Hafenstadt Pesaro soll nach dem Willen seiner Familie zu einer künstlerischen Begegnungsstätte umfunktioniert werden

The Guardian

Ennio Morricone: back in the saddle

The movie maestro told his wife he’d stop scoring films at 40. But, at 87, he’s just scooped an Oscar nomination for The Hateful Eight

Forum Opera

Philippe Jaroussky contraint de renoncer à Partenope

C’est l’événement attendu de tous les baroqueux parisiens en ce début d’année : Partenope, l’opéra de Georg Friedrich Haendel créé à Londres en 1730

Twitter

BR Klassik @BR_Klassik Musikgeschichte als frecher Graphic Novel auf arte. Unsere TV-Kritik.

BBC Radio 3 @BBCRadio3 Artist of the Week Zoltan Kocsis indulges us in Debussy’s Images, including Reflets dans l’eau #EssentialClassics

Manuel Brug @ManuelBrug Exklusiv: Artemis fängt Anthea. Eine neue Geigerin für das Erfolgsquartett

Ennio Morricone. Photograph: Muthmedia GmbH/PR/The Guardian

Ennio Morricone. Photograph: Muthmedia GmbH/PR/The Guardian

(Written on January 18, 2016 )

Classic FM

Arts & Business Awards winners announced

The best partnerships between businesses and the arts were honoured last night at a ceremony at the BFI Southbank, London at the 35th Arts & Business Awards, in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover.

Guardian

La Scala: Why has incoming director general Alexander Pereira been fired?

Pereira’s predecessor brought four Salzburg productions to Milan, so why did La Scala drop Pereira for doing the same thing?

It’s not sexist when opera critics find fault with Glyndebourne’s fat ladies

 Our job is misunderstood: we’re upholding the unique beauty of this art form, and it’s our duty to hold any production to account, says Guy Damman.

Birmingham Post

Next conductor of CBSO has a big rebuilding job

Is the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra suffering from low morale? Christopher Morley reflects on changing times as it bids farewell to one of its most successful principal conductors.

CBC News

Stolen violins recovered in Montreal 16 years later

Quebec provincial police have recovered two missing and potentially valuable violins in Montreal. The violins were stolen from the trunk of a car on Ste-Catherine Street 16 years ago.

Die Welt

Mit olle Hans Sachs beim Billig-Döner

Tobias Kratzer ist eines der größten Regie-Talente. Er sucht nach der RAF im “Tannhäuser”, modernisiert die Butzenscheiben der “Meistersinger”. Das ist witzig und dennoch voller Tief- und Doppelsinn.

Concerti

3 Fragen an… Andreas Schulz

Leipzigs Gewandhausdirektor Andreas Schulz im Kurzinterview

Klassik.com 

Dirigent Franz-Paul Decker ist tot

Deutsch-kanadischer Musiker wurde 90 Jahre alt

Kölnische Rundschau

François-Xavier Roth wird Kölns neuer Generalmusikdirektor: „Ich bin kein Routine-Dirigent“

Am Mittwoch ist der Vertrag von Kölns neuem Generalmusikdirektor François-Xavier Roth im Kölner Rathaus unterzeichnet worden. Im Gespräch hat Roth über seine Pläne mit der Musik in der Domstadt erzählt.

The New York Times 

Too Much Looking, Not Enough Listening?

New York Times Critics Respond to Glyndebourne ‘Fat’ Reviews

Classicalite

Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s 2014-15 MusicNOW Series Features Music by Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead and Anna Clyne Premiere

The Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s MusicNOW concert series, curated by Composers-in-Residence Mason Bates and Anna Clyne, is at the epicenter of Chicagos’ burgeoning contemporary music scene.

Classical Music on Twitter 

Naxos Records@naxosrecords 20 Most Unusual Deaths of Composers in Music History. http://fb.me/2i3VgQYjD

Philharmonic Society@RoyalPhilSoc Here’s the story of Dr Sarmast brought back music to Afghanistan by founding the 1st national music school (ANIM) http://royalphilharmonicsociety.org.uk/index.php/awards/honorary/recent/sarmast

Nicola Benedetti ‏@NickyBenedetti Michael Gove – do you hear us? 74% of British adults think that the loss of music education opportunities will negatively impact the UK

Music Education UK @MusicEdUK National Theatre under fire for hiring actors to mime War Horse musicians’ roles : The Stage http://www.thestage.co.uk/news/2014/05/national-theatre-fire-hiring-actors-mime-war-horse-musicians-roles/ … via @twitterapi

Hello Stage@HelloStage_ Music on the move with @ChambOrchEurope, visiting three countries in three days.

PRS Foundation @PRSFoundation You can read all the @SinfiniMusic interviews with @NMBiennial composers here: http://ow.ly/wPXSi #NewMusicBiennial

Classic FM Online

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(Written on May 23, 2014 )

Classic FM

Daniel Hope and Ludovico Einaudi for joint webcast

Daniel Hope and Ludovico Einaudi are to perform together in a Stockholm concert to be live-streamed on the internet.

Gramophone

BBC Radio 3 to broadcast every opera by Wagner, Verdi and Britten in 2013

Radio station celebrates composer anniversaries with 140 hours of operatic music

Slipped Disc

Sotheby’s quits instrument auctions

The London auctioneer, one of the leading showcases for mult-million Stradivarius and Guarnerius sales, has shut down its precious instrument business to concentrate on the more profitable fine art market.

Power shifts at Universal as Max gets more headroom

Max Hole, the former rock band manager who revitalised classical labels Decca and DG in the past two years, has emerged much strengthened from an executive shuffle.

Classical Music Magazine

PRS instigates a New Music Biennial

PRS for Music Foundation has announced the formation of a New Music Biennial, starting in 2014, and is inviting organisations to submit project ideas for funding.

The National (found on Arts Journal)

Off-Key: On Paul Elie

Glenn Gould, the virtuoso pianist and great interpreter of Bach, once described the way recordings of music “insinuate themselves into our judgments, and into our lives,” thereby giving recording artists “an awesome power that was simply not available to any earlier generation.”

BBC Media Centre

Baroque Music To Tell Story Of Historic Houses: BBC Radio 3 In Partnership With The National Trust

In Spring 2013, from 3 March-1 April, as part of the BBC’s commitment to music programming, BBC Radio 3 and the National Trust present six live concerts and a live drama placing baroque performance in its historical context.

The Telegraph

The opera challenge for new man Baz

New Arts Council England chief Sir Peter Bazalgette should see that a leaner, cheaper English National Opera could offer a lot more than it does at present, argues Rupert Christiansen.

Slipped Disc

(Written on January 8, 2013 )