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In today’s news: Kian Soltani signs with Deutsche Grammophon, Olsok celebrated at Trondheim Festival, and Kate conducts The Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra.  Ernst Ottensamer has died, new opera streaming platform, and Slowenian choir is “Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017”.

Violin Channel

Meet the Pros | French Conductor Stéphane Denève – Interview

The Violin Channel recently caught up with The Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Guest Conductor, Stéphane Denève – at the 2017 Bravo! Vail Festival in Vail, Colorado, USA.

The Strad

Cellist Kian Soltani signs with Deutsche Grammophon

Austrian-Iranian musician, 25, won the Schleswig-Holstein Festival Leonard Bernstein Award earlier this year

Pizzicato

Trondheim Festival celebrates Olsok

From 28 July to 5 August, Trondheim is celebrating Olsok with a big multicultural festival.

Classic FM

The Duchess of Cambridge went to Hamburg and conducted the opening of Beethoven Symphony No.5

The Hamburg Philharmonic State Orchestra is usually conducted by Kent Nagano, but for this special rehearsal they let Kate take over the podium.

Limelight

Emma Matthews to head Classical Voice at WAAPA

The acclaimed Australian soprano hopes to continue performing but will be moving to Perth in January.

NPR

Sing Different: Steve Jobs’ Life Becomes An Opera

Mark Campbell is one of the most prolific and celebrated librettists in contemporary American opera.

Musik Heute

Klarinettist Ernst Ottensamer gestorben

Der österreichische Klarinettist Ernst Ottensamer ist tot.

Concerti

Im Opernrausch

Beim Videodienst „The Opera Platform“ kann man sich zahlreiche Operninszenierung online anschauen.

Pizzicato

Slowenischer Chor ist ‘Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017’

Der Chor ‘Carmen manet’ aus Slowenien, dirigiert von Primoz Kerstanj wurde gestern Abend beim Wettbewerb ‘Eurovision Choir of the Year 2017’ in Riga“ ausgezeichnet.

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Wigmore Hall @wigmore_hall

Join & for their programme entitled Reason in Madness Wed 26 Jul 7:30PM:

Ernst Ottensamer (M.) mit seinen Söhnen Daniel (L.) und Andreas (R.)

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(Written on July 24, 2017 )

Classical News

In today’s classical news, violin virtuoso Nigel Kennedy tops the bill in Perth, iHeartRadio launches Spotify rival, and Canadian firm becomes largest provider of classical music television programming. Also, Danish opera chief quits over steep cuts, and Istanbul’s club culture is struggling.

The Courier

Violin virtuoso tops the bill in Perth

Nigel Kennedy, the best-selling classical violinist of all time, has been revealed as the headline act for this year’s Perth Festival of the Arts.

Music Business Worldwide

iHeartRadio Launches Spotify Rival… And It’s A Bit of A Mouthful

iHeartRadio has launched its $9.99 a month Spotify rival: ‘iHeartRadio All Access powered by Napster’.

CMUSE

Canadian firm becomes largest provider of classical music television programming

Canadian-based Stingray is to become a leading player in classical music programming for television after it bought out German-based Unitel. Unitel operates the premium TV channel Classica.

The Violin Channel

London Symphony Orchestra Violinist Awarded OBE Queen’s Honour

London Symphony Orchestra sub-leader, violinist Lennox Mackenzie has been awarded an OBE for his services to music.

Choir and Organ Magazine

The Diapason invites nominations for 20 under 30

The Diapason is currently accepting nominations for its ’20 under 30′, which recognises the top achievers in the organ, church music, harpsichord, carillon, and organ-building fields.

POLITIKEN

Endnu en operachef på Det Kongelige giver op

Sven Müller blev operachef for at skabe ro på bagsmækken. Nu går han. Men teatrets øverste chef burde have kæmpet politisk for Operaens kunstnere og ensembler.

Der Tagesspiegel

Der Elegante: Nachruf auf Georges Prêtre

Meister des sinnlichen Orchesterklangs: Im Alter von 92 Jahren ist der französische Dirigent Georges Prêtre gestorben.

Musik Heute

Im Konzert eingeschlafen – Brille von Sitznachbarin zerbrochen

Ein 50-jähriger Mann ist während eines Konzerts im Nürnberger Opernhaus eingeschlafen: “Beim Aufwachen zuckte der Mann derart unkontrolliert mit den Armen, dass er ungewollt die Brille seiner Sitznachbarin traf, welche zu Bruch ging.”

Abbados Orchestra Mozart kehrt mit Faust und Haitink zurück

Das von Claudio Abbado über ein Jahrzehnt geprägte Orchestra Mozart tritt fast drei Jahre nach dem Tod des weltbekannten italienischen Dirigenten erstmals wieder auf.

Berliner Zeitung

Die Klubkultur in Istanbul ist am Ende

Sie ist zerrieben zwischen Terrorbedrohung und konservativer Politik.

Twitter

Music History @today_classical  in 1838 Birth of German of Max .

Classical Music News @ClassicalMusic Breaking: Danish opera chief quits over deep cuts

BBC Music @bbcmusic The winner of is… ! Here’s everything you need to know about her:

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(Written on January 6, 2017 )

The Huffington Post

Can Women Save Classical Music?

Changing statistics on classical music listeners

NPR

Classical Couples: Sweethearts Sharing The Stage

Happily, the arrows are still flying and the roster of musical matchups keeps growing. For this Valentine’s Day, NPR offer a few contemporary couples making beautiful music.

Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel

For violinist Frank Almond, ‘disorienting’ experience brings gratitude

Frank Almond reunited with his 1715 Lipinski Stradivarius, performs with pianist William Wolfram at Wilson Center for the Arts. Monday’s performance was Almond’s first with the violin since it was recovered.

Classic FM Online

HRH the Prince of Wales guests on Classic FM

His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales tells of his love of classical music and, specifically, Hubert Parry.

The Guardian

We need to move beyond the cliches about ‘elitist’ opera

Why is opera routinely styled as the antithesis of everyday life? Let’s change the conversation and focus on the real thing, says Alexandra Wilson

‘Japanese Beethoven’ faces the music after admitting he is no longer deaf

Mamoru Samuragochi, who admitted paying professor to write symphonies, says he has regained some of his hearing

How video saved the opera star

Opera is waking up to the power of video. For his new production of Don Giovanni, the Royal Opera House’s Kasper Holten collaborated with a designer who turned U2 tours and the 2012 Olympics into visual spectaculars. Stuart Jeffries goes behind the screens

Limelight Magazine

Bryce Dessner: An American in Perth

All-round musician Bryce Dessner shares insight ahead of his Perth Festival classical gig.

Classic FM Online

Classic FM Online

(Written on February 12, 2014 )