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In today’s news: Radio 3 will be available for listeners as a lossless audio stream, D’Addario Orchestral announces launch of the new ‘Ascenté’ violin strings, and Kronberg Academy plans its own premises in Kronberg. Wayne Shorter composes first concert for clarinet and orchestra, Klavier-Festival Ruhr-Preis goes among others to Dennis Russell Davies, and Roberto Minczuk becomes the new Music Director of The New Mexico Philharmonic.

Classical Music Magazine

Radio 3 to offer Proms as lossless audio stream

Radio 3 will be available for listeners as a lossless audio stream – the highest audio quality ever used the BBC – for the duration of the Proms

The Violin Channel

Out Now – D’Addario New ‘Ascenté’ Synthetic Violin Strings

D’Addario Orchestral has announced the launch of the new ‘Ascenté’ violin strings – a full synthetic violin string set for string players of all levels and ages.

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Trumpet Cover of Bohemian Rhapsody is Gentle and Pleasant

YouTube sensation John Crowley has been perfect so far with his cover of Queen’s Rhapsody.

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Kronberg Academy to build concert hall and study center

Twenty-five years after its founding, Kronberg Academy is planning its own premises in Kronberg (Hessen, near Frankfurt): a concert hall (Casals Forum) as well as an adjoining study and administrative centre.

Music Business Worldwide

Warner acquires songkick’s concert discovery business

Concert discovery app Songkick has been acquired by Warner Music Group – but the buyout excludes the company’s ticketing business, formerly known as Crowdsurge

Concerti

Montafoner Resonanzen 2017

Das Festival „Montafoner Resonanzen“ bringt die Region an sechs Wochenenden zum klingen – jedes Mal mit neuem musikalischen Schwerpunkt.

Klassik Heute

Uraufführung von Wayne Shorters erstem Klarinettenkonzert

Wayne Shorter hat sein erstes Konzert für Klarinette und Orchester komponiert.

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Klavier-Festival Ruhr-Preise für Dennis Russell Davies, Maki Namekawa und Philip Glass

Der Pianist und Dirigent Dennis Russell Davies, die Pianistin Maki Namekawa und der Komponist Philip Glass wurden mit dem Preis des Klavier-Festivals Ruhr ausgezeichnet.

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New Mexico Philharmonic hired Minczuk as Music Director

The New Mexico Philharmonic in Albuquerque, USA, announced Brazilian-born conductor Roberto Minczuk, 50, as new Music Director, effective from September 2017.

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CSO’s Timothy Lees bows out of European tour

While Lees is out on medical leave, violinist David Halen, who is the concertmaster of the St. Louis Symphony, will perform as temporary concertmaster for the tour, which runs Aug. 22-Sept. 10.

Jazz-Picknick bei den Montafoner Resonanzen © Andreas Haller/Montafon Tourismus GmbH

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(Written on July 17, 2017 )

In our news today, Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) has announced the winners of its 2016 awards for live music, awarding a car park orchestra one of the top prizes. Three core team members at Ingpen & Williams will leave over the next few months, and Graham Vick comments that opera’s need to break out of their comfort zone to recruit new audiences.

BBC News

Car park orchestra wins classical award

An orchestra that plays in a multi-storey car park in south London has won a top prize at the prestigious Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards. The Multi-Story Orchestra was praised for its “ingenuity and impact in the local community” as it picked up the audience engagement prize.

Classical-music.com

Royal Philharmonic Society Awards announced

The Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) has announced the winners of its 2016 awards for live music at a ceremony this evening at The Brewery, London, hosted by Radio 3 presenters Sara Mohr-Pietsch and Suzy Klein and presented by Canadian baritone Gerald Finley.

Classical Music Magazine

Major changes at Ingpen & Williams

Three core team members at Ingpen & Williams will leave over the next few months.

The Guardian

Opera companies urged to break out of ‘ghetto’ to find new audiences

Opera companies need to get out of their “ghetto” where they are protected by concepts of excellence and artistic integrity and find new audiences on their own ground, the director Graham Vick has told a gathering of the movers and shakers of Britain’s classical music world.

Music Week

Freddie Mercury scholarship at ACM announced

The Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM) and Metropolis Studios have announced the introduction of a Freddie Mercury Scholarship, backed by Queen’s Roger Taylor and Brian May. The award will be presented later this year, in honour of the singer’s 70th birthday on September 5.

Classic FM

Man plays Eiffel Tower like a monumental drum kit for his new percussion piece

An American composer is embarking on a new project, harnessing the sounds of the Eiffel Tower in his latest composition. ‘Tower Music’ by Joseph Bertolozzi uses sounds created by hitting different surfaces of the iconic landmark with mallets.

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Libeskind To Present A Unique Concert Project in Frankfurt

Architect Daniel Libeskind has developed a very special concert project for Frankfurt: On May 21 and 22, One Day in Life will present more than 75 individual concert events at 18 locations in Frankfurt, featuriung 18 basic conditions of life.

Die Welt

Pollini-Konzertbesucher buhen Flüchtling aus

Beim Konzert der Klavierlegende Mauricio Pollini in der Hamburger Laeiszhalle kam es zum Eklat: Der Darbietung eines 18-jährigen Flüchtlings aus Afghanistan über religiöse Unfreiheit folgten Buh-Rufe.

Musik heute

Rundfunkchor Berlin startet Lounge-Konzerte

Der Rundfunkchor Berlin startet in der Saison 2016/17 eine Reihe mit Lounge-Konzerten. An drei Abenden kann das Publikum mit Chormitgliedern und wechselnden Gästen ins Gespräch kommen, teilte der Klangkörper am Dienstag in Berlin mit.

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Musik als Dauerzustand, als Lebensgarantie

Am 11. Mai jährt sich der Todestag Max Regers zum 100. Mal. Susanne Popp, Leiterin des Max-Reger-Instituts Karlsruhe, hat aus diesem Anlass eine knapp 550 Seiten starke Biographie bei Breitkopf & Härtel vorgelegt.

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Bamberg Symphony @bambergsymphony  baton has been glued several times – he simply won’t give it up

TownHallSymphonyHall @THSHBirmingham  Conductor of the Year goes to…! See you in May 2017 with

Top Classical News @topcmnews How to be HIP – from listening to Adelina Patti to an 18th century Scots dance band

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(Written on May 11, 2016 )

Classical News

In our news today, the Royal Opera House is sued by a viola player for ruining his career, Debbie Wiseman to write the music for the Queen’s 90th birthday & the shortlists have been announced for the RPS Music Awards.

BBC News

Musician sues Royal Opera House over ruined hearing

A renowned viola player is suing the Royal Opera House for ruining his hearing and his career during rehearsals of Wagner’s Die Walkure.

Classic FM

Music for Queen’s 90th birthday written by Classic FM composer Debbie Wiseman

Classic FM’s Composer in Residence has been commissioned to compose the orchestral Overture and Finale music for the royal celebration in May.

Classical Music Magazine

Shortlists announced for RPS Music Awards

The shortlists have been announced for this year’s Royal Philharmonic Society Music Awards.

Music Week

Eventbrite launches free public events drive

Self-service ticketing platform Eventbrite is running a touring exhibition of free British and Irish events that have taken place over the past 50 years.

The Telegraph

Stars gather for David Bowie tribute concert in New York

Stars from the world of rock and pop gathered at Carnegie Hall in New York to pay tribute to David Bowie who died in January, aged 69.

New York Times

Apollo Theater and Opera Philadelphia to continue partnership

Their first collaboration, the New York premiere of the opera“Charlie Parker’s Yardbird,” will not open until Friday, but the Apollo Theater and Opera Philadelphia are already making plans to get the band back together.

Classicalite

New York Philharmonic Archives Highlighted for 175th Anniversary

The New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra will celebrate its 175th anniversary next season with a nostalgic 2016-17 itinerary. And in observance of nearly two centuries of music, the Philharmonic is illuminating its extensive digital archive library.

Classicalite

Andreas Scholl, German ‘Spectre’ singer, brings baroque Opera into focus

German countertenor Andreas Scholl is spearheading a rejuvenation of baroque opera with his distinct, unadulterated voice. The vocalist achieved mainstream recognition last year when his version of Vivaldi’s “Cum Dederit,” backed by the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra, appeared in the James Bond film, Spectre.

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Final preparations for the ICMA Award Ceremony and Gala Concert 2016

The International Classical Music Awards (ICMA) organize their Award Ceremony and Gala Concert today, April 1st, at the Kursaal in San Sebastian, hosted by the Euskadi Symphony Orchestra conducted by Jun Märkl and San Sebastian 2016, Cultural capital of Europe.

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Nine soloists at the ICMA-Gala in San Sebastian

The Gala concert of the International Music Awards 2016 takes place today, 01 April, at the Kursaal in San Sebastian. The event is hosted by the Euskadi Orchestra (Basque National Orchestra) and Donostia 2016.

Klassik.com

Konzertante Rheingold-Aufführung in der Berliner Philharmonie massiv gestört

Bei einer konzertanten Aufführung von Richard Wagners Musikdrama “Das Rheingold” ist es in der Berliner Philharmonie am vergangenen Wochenende zu einem Eklat gekommen. Lokalen Medienberichten zufolge wurde das ausverkaufte Konzert mit der Berliner Landeskapelle unter Leitung von Horst Bergfried mehrfach durch Zwischenrufe gestört und musste schließlich aufgrund von Tumulten unterbrochen werden.

Klassik.com

Bach-Medaille für Bassist Peter Kooij

Die Bach-Medaille der Stadt Leipzig geht in diesem Jahr an den niederländischen Bassisten Peter Kooij.

Zeit Online

Artemis-QuartettHäutungen eines Igels

Im vergangenen Sommer nahm sich der Bratscher des berühmten Artemis Quartetts das Leben. Jetzt präsentieren sich die Musiker erstmals in neuer Besetzung.

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Classic FM @ClassicFM: We’ve got a stunning new recording that we’re featuring throughout the day – and it’s from our very own @!

Caterina Grewe @Caterina_Mai: What an exciting day! I just received the first copies of my new CD! # #

Top Classical News @topcmnews: Journey, a 70th birthday retrospective – Trevor Pinnock looks back with infectious enthusiasm #

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Royal Opera House. Photograph: BBC News

(Written on April 1, 2016 )

Classical News

In today’s news, BBC Music Magazine is looking forward to five performances of women composers and performers to celebrate International Women’s Day on 8th March. Also, the Queen visiting the National Youth Orchestra, the musical estate of Abbado is to come to Berlin & Aribert Reimann’s birthday

Classic FM

No pressure guys, but The Queen just turned up to listen to your rehearsal

Her Majesty sits in on an orchestral rehearsal in East London as the National Youth Orchestra and Lister Community School Orchestra combine as part of the NYO Inspire

EuroNews

Welcome Among Us, an evening of classical music for refugees in Germany

Berlin hosted a special classical concert at the city’s Philharmonic Hall exclusively for refugees and volunteers

The Strad

UK cellist Gywneth George dies aged 95

The Welsh musician was known for her collaborations with pianist Alberto Portugheis

Arts Professional

£30m revamp for Croydon’s Fairfield Halls

Campaigners are fighting plans to close the south London arts venue for at least two years, to allow for a major refurbishment and the creation of new adaptable performance spaces

BBC Music Magazine

Five ways to celebrate International Women’s Day…

As Tuesday 8 March approaches we select five performances to look forward to that celebrate women composers and performers

Der Tagesspiegel

Nachlass von Claudio Abbado kommt nach Berlin

Der Nachlass des Stardirigenten Claudio Abbado geht nach Berlin. Darauf hat sich die Familie des 2014 verstorbenen Künstlers verständigt

NMZ

„Sich selbst treu bleiben“ – Komponist Aribert Reimann wird 80

Mit zehn komponierte er seine ersten Lieder. Mit zwanzig begleitete er den Jahrhundertsänger Dietrich Fischer-Diskau als Konzertpianist

Klassik.com

Rostock: Steht Abschied von Intendant Sewan Latchinian bevor?

Die Planung der kommenden Saison vor dem Hintergrund der anstehenden Umstrukturierungsmaßnahmen am Volkstheater Rostock verzögert sich

New York Times

Bob Dylan’s Secret Archive

For years, Bob Dylan scholars have whispered about a tiny notebook, seen by only a few, in which the master labored over the lyrics to his classic 1975 album “Blood on the Tracks.”

Classicalite

Square Grand Piano Owned by Mary Todd Lincoln’s Sister Restored by Springfield Art Association

Antique musical instruments are not only considered valuable because of their rarity, but also because they tell the story of whomever handled them — or, in this case, heard them

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BR_KLASSIK Interview zukünft. Intendant in Nbg. Jens-Daniel Herzog: “Ein Theater ist kein elitärer Golfclub”

Top Classical News Violinist Marc Bouchkov Awarded Rheingau Festival Career Grant

3sat Kulturzeit “Ein Maestro in Perm. Dandy und Punk.” Unser 3sat Kulturzeit Porträt über den Kairos-Preisträger 2016, Teodor…

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Photograph: DPA / Tagesspiegel

(Written on March 4, 2016 )

Classical News

In today’s news, Classic FM reports how heartbreak caused Tenor Stephen Costello to lose his voice just before going on stage, The Strad announces six finalists of the 2015 Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition, and Graham Keeley discusses unborn babies’ remarkable response to music

The Strad 

2015 Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition Hannover names six finalists

The violinists will each perform a substantial concerto on 8 and 9 October before the winner of the €50,000 first prize is announced

BBC Music Magazine

From Bach to Bakes 

Hilary Hahn and Alexandra Dariescu on the art of cake-making…

Classic FM

Heartbreak made this singer lose his voice moments before going on stage 

Tenor Stephen Costello found he was unable to sing moments before performing Verdi’s La Traviata in New York. It was a side-effect of his separation from his wife, Ailyn Perez

The Times

Foetuses can dance to music at 16 weeks

The soothing tones of Mozart or Bach and the operatic rock of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody make foetuses as young as 16 weeks “dance” in the womb, a study has found

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New York Has A New Venue For Contemporary Music

The brand-new concert hall, a place for exploration and discovery has fulfilled the goal to be a place where emerging and established artists can share their music with serious music fans and casual listeners alike

KlassikAkzente

Er ist ein Mann des Understatements, der sympathischen Zurückhaltung. So gewaltig seine Gaben am Klavier auch sind und so sehr er das Publikum mitzureißen vermag, so still, besonnen und überlegt ist der Mensch Maurizio Pollini

Klassik-Heute

Edita Gruberova als Anna Bolena an der Wiener Staatsoper

Kammersängerin Edita Gruberova, die im Februar ihr 45jähriges Bühnenjubiläum an der Wiener Staatsoper feierte, kehrt am Freitag, 9. Oktober 2015 in der Titelpartie von Donizettis Anna Bolena zurück auf die Bühne des Hauses am Ring

El Pais

Santiago inaugura el primer museo dedicado a la cantautora y artista, creadora de himnos como ‘Gracias a la vida

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BBC Music Magazine: @MusicMagazine What is the best setting of poetry by a composer? #NationalPoetryDay

Arts Professional: @ArtsPro #APNews: New ‘Culture Zone’ to open at £22m conference centre in Cambridge

Arts Council England: @ace_national ICYMI: New Artsmark Award & website now open. Made by & for schools to deliver high quality arts & culture provision

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(Written on October 8, 2015 )

Classical News

In today’s news Ivan Hewett discusses the real reason why musicians should fear Spotify, and Richard Morrison looks at Hull’s reign as UK city of culture. Also, Classic FM look back at the Queen’s dedication to music throughout her record-breaking reign, and Max Richter’s SLEEP is to have it’s world premiere live broadcast on BBC Radio 3 as part of the Why Music? weekend.

Telegraph

The real reason why musicians should fear Spotify

Are streaming services the saviour of recorded music, or are they sucking the life-blood from it?

The Times

Hull’s reign as UK city of culture is pointless without a legacy

Richard Morrison takes a look at the choice of Hull as the 2017 UK city of culture

Classic FM

The Queen of Music: How Queen Elizabeth II championed classical music

Even before her record-breaking 63-year reign began in 1952, Queen Elizabeth II was encouraging musicians from all walks of life. Here’s a stunning photographic review of her musical connections

Classical Music Magazine

LMP to donate profits to the Royal British Legion

The London Mozart Players will be donating 100% of the profits from two upcoming concert series at St John’s Smith Square to the Royal British Legion.

Classical Source

BBC Radio 3 and Wellcome Collection present all-night world premiere live broadcast of Max Richter’s “8 hour lullaby”

Today, BBC Radio 3 and Wellcome Collection announce a world premiere live broadcast of Max Richter’s ground-breaking and experimental new composition SLEEP, to be performed live from Wellcome Collection into the early hours of the morning as part of the Why Music? weekend.

BR Klassik

Veränderungen mit Nike Wagner

Unter dem Motto “Veränderungen” beginnt am Freitag das Beethovenfest in Bonn. Ein passendes Thema, denn das künstlerische Programm konzipierte heuer erstmals die neue Intendantin Nike Wagner. Mehr Kammermusik, mehr Tanzprojekte und mehr Uraufführungen sind unter anderem geplant.

Der Tagesspiegel

Riccardo Chailly beendet Engagement in Leipzig

Seit 2005 ist er Kapellmeister des Gewandhausorchesters, nun verlässt der Dirigent Riccardo Chailly Leipzig. Seine letzten Konzerte dirigiert er im Juni 2016.

Die Welt

Clemens Trautmann übernimmt Deutsche Grammophon

Clemens Trautmann, Büroleiter bei Axel Springer, wird ab 1. Dezember 2015 neuer Präsident des traditionsreichen Klassik-Edellabels Deutsche Grammophon. Und Klarinette spielen kann er auch.

France Musique

Riccardo Chailly élu meilleur chef d’orchestre du monde par la critique

Un jury de critiques musicaux professionnels réuni par Bachtrack vient de dévoiler son palmarès mondial. Le gagnant dans la catégorie “meilleur chef d’orchestre” est Riccardo Chailly, suivi de près par SImon Rattle. La palme du meilleur orchestre au monde revient aux Berliner Philharmoniker.

San Francisco Classical Voice

Zambello: Her Ring Going East, She Returns West

Francesca Zambello is in town again, multitasking as usual. The artistic director of Washington National Opera (and of the Glimmerglass Festival) has directed opera for many of the the world’s major companies.

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Guardian Classical: Why Jarvis Cocker is making waves at the Proms

Classic FM: Incredible Baroque fugues based on themes by ​, & ​:

Sinfini Music: Lots of ppl retweeting ‘s powerful 2006 speech to the about classical music. Read it now:

(Written on September 4, 2015 )

The Guardian

Rome Opera sacks 200 permanent members of orchestra and chorus

Management says outsourced musicians and singers will save millions of euros as economic crisis chokes state funding of art

Classical music breaks out and joins the youth underground

Radiohead star Jonny Greenwood teams up with online channel to bring orchestral sounds to a new audience

Telegraph

Brahms is a prickly composer – but a powerful one

This shows the Brahms “problem” never goes away, which is why the BBC Radio 3 focus on his music next week is welcome.

Classical Music FM

Impersonator records incredible Pavarotti and Freddie Mercury duet

Impersonator Marc Martel has recorded a duet featuring two of his idols, opera star Luciano Pavarotti and Queen vocalist Freddie Mercury, taking on both roles himself in one single take.

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Atlanta Symphony Negotiations To Resume With Federal Mediator

After four weeks of a lockout with no negotiations, the management and the musicians of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra have agreed to federal mediation.

BBC News

Syrian refugees stage Mozart’s Cosi Fan Tutte in Germany

The plight of a group of Syrian refugees and Mozart comic opera don’t obviously have a lot in common, but the two are being jointly brought to the stage in Germany on Sunday in a special adaptation of Cosi Fan Tutte.

Fox 2 News

Michael Brown protesters interrupt St. Louis Symphony performance

It was a moment that many at Powell Symphony Hall did not expect.

Mike Brown demonstrators started singing and chanting just before the orchestra and chorus started performing a piece.

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BBCSymphonyOrchestra @BBCSO: Hear the stunning finale to our Total Immersion: Tavener here –http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04k7zfc …

Gramophone ‏@GramophoneMag: Yesterday was the anniversary of the premiere of #Gluck‘s opera, ‘Orfeo ed Euridice’. Read our review: http://bit.ly/Z86xMq

The Royal Opera @TheRoyalOpera: Król Roger composer Karol Szymanowski was born #onthisday in 1882. Listen to #ROHroger: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mWLSdcCb_k … ^C

Wigmore Hall @wigmore_hall: Tune in to @BBCRadio3 at 1pm to hear baritone Henk Neven and pianist Hans Eijsackers perform songs by Wolf and Mahler http://bit.ly/1vIthhW 

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Teatro dell’Opera di Roma. The loss-making Rome Opera has accumulated debts of more than €40m. Photograph: AGF s.r.l./REX/Rex Features

(Written on October 6, 2014 )

New York Times

A Page of Beethoven May Fetch More Than $200,000

A rare Beethoven manuscript — actually, a leaf from a late-period sketchbook that the composer apparently tore out and carried in his pocket while composing the “Missa Solemnis” — will be auctioned on Jan 15th at RR Auctions in Amherst

The Guardian

Guardian to raise cover price

Weekday and Saturday editions of newspaper to cost 20p more as the Times also increases price by same amount

Classic FM Online

Gergiev and San Francisco Symphony top busiest conductor and orchestra list

The annual stats for classical concerts across the world have been released by classical events finder website Bachtrack, with Valery Gergiev coming out on top as the world’s busiest conductor

Sir Thomas Allen to receive Queen’s Medal for Music

Operatic baritone and director Sir Thomas Allen CBE has been announced as the recipient of the 2013 Queen’s Medal for Music

‘H2Orchestra’ play charity concert

Performers from Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra gave up their instruments to perform in concert – using only glasses of water

South China Morning Post

Pros and cons: the Hong Kong Philharmonic turns 40

As the Hong Kong Philharmonic marks its 40th anniversary, Oliver Chou looks back at the trials and triumphs involved in creating an orchestra to be proud of

Die Welt

Tanzkrisen reflektieren das Klima des Landes

Ihr Name bedeutet “Sauerkirsche”, sie selbst strahlt zuckersüß und ist stahlhart: Die Russin Diana Vishnewa, eine der besten Ballerinen weltweit, über die Zustände am Mariinksy und Bolschoi Theater

The Guardian

The Guardian

(Written on January 7, 2014 )

Variety

‘Invisible Cities’ Opera Gets Immersive With Wireless Technology

It’s billed as the future of opera, live performance, technology and art, at least according to German audio company Sennheiser. But to judge from “Invisible Cities,” the new opera for wireless headphones performed in L.A.’s Union Station, the future of immersive theater is already here.

BBC News

Good music education only ‘for minority of pupils’

A quality music education only reaches a minority of pupils in England’s schools, an Ofsted report has said

The New York Times

If It All Doesn’t Fit, Build a Bigger Box

Classical Music Boxed Sets Multiply

Daily Mail

Queen’s composer says every young person should study classical music 

Peter Maxwell Davies, Master of the Queen’s Music, blames governments for treating classical music as an ‘elitist fringe activity’

CBS News

Price of success: Will the Recycled Orchestra last?

A group of very poor children in Paraguay changing their lives through making music with what they have found in a dump

Los Angeles Times

Herb Alpert gives $300,000 to L.A. City College music department

Herb Alpert is giving $300,000 to the Los Angeles City College music department. The trumpet player and former A&M Records owner is a leading arts philanthropist

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Sol Gabetta und Ivan Monighetti: “Er ist wie ein musikalischer Vater für mich.”

Ein Gespräch mit den Cellisten Sol Gabetta und Ivan Monighetti über ihre besondere Geschichte, den Einfluss ihrer Lehrer und das Unterrichten an sich

BBC News

BBC News

(Written on November 18, 2013 )