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In today’s news: a new building for the Frankfurt Theatre is becoming more probable, and Sufi mystic meets Parisian colours at the Konzerthaus Berlin. Ludwig Güttler receives Saxonian medal, and Nicola Benedetti is the Queen’s Medal for Music. Elle picks its top female classical musicians to watch and are Millennials making classical music great again?

Telegraph

Herbert Blomstedt “on magnificent form” as he conducts the Philharmonia

Five star review for Blomstedt as he approaches his 90th birthday, showing no signs of slowing down his conducting career.

Elle.com

Four female classical musicians in the spotlight

Elle’s pick of the top female musicians to watch, from a dazzling soprano to a woman who made her Carnegie Hall debut aged just 14.

The Jakarta Post

Millennials are making Classical music great again

Classical music should be, like other art, with the product itself, not with the person behind the product.

NMZ

Frankfurter Theater-Misere: Ein Neubau wird wahrscheinlicher

Frankfurt/Main – Schauspiel und Oper in einem Haus: Frankfurt hat einen der größten Theaterkomplexe Europas.

Tagesspiegel

Sufimystik mit Pariser Farben

Im Konzerthaus führt die Berliner Cappella Ahmed Adnan Sayguns Oratorium „Yunus Emre“ auf. Ein Brückenschlag zwischen Orient und Okzident.

Klassik.com

Sächsischer Verdienstorden für Trompeter und Dirigent Ludwig Güttler

Ludwig Güttler hat den Sächsischen Verdienstorden erhalten. Der Trompeter und Dirigent wurde zusammen mit 13 weiteren Personen durch den Ministerpräsidenten des Freistaates Sachsen, Stanislaw Tillich (CDU), ausgezeichnet.

Pizzicato

Gergiev Declared A Revenue Of € 2.31 million In 2016

In 2016, Valery Gergiev was the best earning cultural personality in Russia, according to the Russian Ministry of Culture. His declared annual income was 154.45 million rubles (€ 2.31 million).

Classic FM

Nicola Benedetti awarded Queen’s Medal for Music 

The brilliant violinist has become the youngest ever recipient of the medal, which is awarded each year to a musician, or group of musicians, who has had a major influence on the musical life of the nation. 
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Classical News

In today’s news: Piotr Beczala performs in Konzerthaus Berlin with pieces written by Schumann and Dvořák, Lang Lang cancels his performance in Hamburg, and Berlin choir Cantus Domus performs Arthus Honeggers “Le Roi David” this weekend in Berlin, Cirque de la Symphonie performs with a mixture of Acrobatic and classical music, Anne-Sophie Mutter donated her concert for refugees and the performance of “die Meistersinger von Nuernberg” earned bad critics

Pizzicato 

On Tour Again: Cirque de la Symphonie Combines Acrobatics And Symphonic Music

Now in its eleventh year, Cirque de la Symphonie is again on tour in the U.S., performing with the Detroit Symphony from 31 March to 2 April.

Rhinegold

J&A Beare acquires WE Hill and Sons

International violin dealer J & A Beare has acquired W E Hill and Sons, including the Hill accessories line.

The Violin Channel

Charitable Anne-Sophie Mutter Donates Entire Concert Fee to Refugee Support

Anne-Sophie Mutter, Herbert Blomstedt and the musicians of the Gewandhaus Orchestra have donated their March 18th concert fees to two refugee charities.

Classicfm

Mozart’s Sonata for Bassoon and Cello is utterly gorgeous

It’s not often that the bassoon gets to be the centre of attention – but in this sonata Mozart shows off just how versatile and virtuosic instrument it can be

Music Business Worldwide

Sony Music launches weekday records

Sony Music has launched California-based label Weekday Records in partnership with Pure Noise founder Jake Round.

Independant

Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, Royal Opera House, London, review: It sadly turned out to be more of a squawk than a swansong

Kasper Holten’s farewell production of ‘Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg’ at the Royal Opera House did not work well with the action transposed to a 1920s gentleman’s club

Der Tagesspiegel

Die Seele der Lieder

Piotr Beczala singt im Konzerthaus Lieder von Schumann, Dvořák und Rachmaninow – und lässt keinen Zweifel: Er ist auf der Höhe seines Könnens.

Die Welt

Lang Lang sagt Auftritt ab

Für Schwarzmarktkunden wird die Absage zum Problem

neue musikzeitung

Kristjan Järvi geht: Der Chefdirigent des MDR-Sinfonieorchesters verlässt Leipzig

Wie der MDR und die Leipziger Volkszeitung berichten, wird Kristjan Järvi, Chefdirigent des MDR-Sinfonieorchesters, sein Amt am Ende der Spielzeit 2017/18 beenden

Feuilletonscout

Cantus Domus präsentiert Arthur Honeggers „Le Roi David“ – inszeniert mit modernem Tanz

Der Berliner Chor Cantus Domus führt in seinem zehnten Konzept-Konzert das als Bühnenstück komponierte Oratorium auf und wagt eine völlig neue Kombination aus rhythmisch-explosiver Chormusik und modernem Tanz.

bbc.com

Thailand’s blind children’s orchestra

The Thai Blind Orchestra is made up of young musicians and is run by a man whose daytime job is managing an elephant conservation centre.

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Video premiere: “scratch cradle” (Kotcheff) performed by Argus Quartet

Today we’re premiering scratch cradle (Thomas Kotcheff) performed by Argus Quartet, another video by Four/Ten Media.

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klassik.com @klassikcom Münchner : Architekt Stephan Braunfels hat erneut das Nachsehen

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(Written on March 23, 2017 )