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In today’s news: Mass resignation of the Presidential Committee on the Arts and Humanities, Outrage as St Sepulchre’s stops taking bookings from musicians, and what tune does Big Ben chime? Bebersee Festival to open with family concert, Dudamel’s tour in Venezuela has been cancelled, and Andreas Ambühl has to give up music career.

The Times

La Scala’s Riccardo Chailly: how to run an opera house with a diva of an audience

Riccardo Chailly, music director of La Scala, explains how he handles the heckles at home, as his orchestra prepares to play the Proms

International Piano

Yamaha announces best-ever piano upgrade bonus

Yamaha has announced details of its annual piano upgrade promotion, which offers the company’s best ever part-exchange deals.

Apollo

Mass resignation of the Presidential Committee on the Arts and Humanities

In a letter sent on Friday, all the remaining members of the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities resigned in protest at President Donald Trump’s refusal to condemn far-right protests in Charlottesville.

Classical Music Magazine

Outrage as St Sepulchre’s stops taking bookings from musicians

The church, where Sir Henry Wood is buried, is regularly used by ensembles such as the London Youth Choir and City Chorus, but will close its hiring programme from 2018.

Classic FM

What tune does Big Ben chime? And everything else you wanted to know about the country’s most famous bell

Before it’s silenced for four years because of restoration work, we’re delving into the history of the most famous clock tower – and bell – in the world

Limelight

Massenet, The Nose and Meistersinger headline OA’s 2018

Stars on offer include Nicole Car, Jessica Pratt, Leo Nucci, Ferruccio Furlanetto, John Tomlinson and Michael Fabiano.

Broadway World

Following Casting Controversy; Albee Estate Proves Diversity Is Allowed

As BroadwayWorld reported in May, controversy recently erupted over an Oregon production of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Shoebox Theatre director Michael Streeter posted the below statement after receiving news from the Edward Albee estate.

Klassik Heute

Das Bebersee Festival eröffnet mit einem Familienkonzert

Das 15. Bebersee Festival eroöffnet in Kürze mit Beethoven und Goldberg-Variationen.

Musik Heute

Nach Maduro-Kritik: Venezuela streicht Tour von Stardirigent Dudamel

Caracas – Nach seiner Kritik an Staatschef Nicolás Maduro hat Venezuelas Regierung eine für September geplante Tour des Stardirigenten Gustavo Dudamel mit dem nationalen Jugendorchester gestrichen.

Codex Flores

Tinnitus beendet Berufsmusikerkarriere

In ungewöhnlicher Offenheit kommuniziert das Ensemble Tritonus über das Karrierende seines Mitglieds Andreas Ambühl – wegen eines unerträglich gewordenen Tinnitus.

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(Written on August 22, 2017 )

Accentus Music ist eines der weltweit erstklassigsten Labels für klassische Musikproduktionen. Es arbeitet mit den renommiertesten internationalen Musikern zusammen und hat auch in diesem Jahr viele sehr hochwertige Neuproduktionen geplant. Wir fühlen uns sehr geehrt, für alle kommenden Produktionen die europäische Promotion zu übernehmen, und freuen uns insbesondere auf die PR-Unterstützung für die DVD/Blu-ray mit Riccardo Chailly und dem LFO im Frühjahr als auch für die CD-Box zu Herbert Blomstedts 90. Geburtstag”, so Carolin Denz, Leiterin des Berliner WildKat-Büros.

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Das in Leipzig beheimatete Label besteht aus einem äußerst routinierten Team aus Film- und Audioproduzenten sowie Redakteuren. Seit der Etablierung als DVD/Blu-ray Label auf dem klassischen Musikmarkt im Jahr 2010 produziert Accentus Music hochqualitative Konzert- und Opernaufführungen, sowie Dokumentarfilme und Porträts weltweit. Die Veröffentlichungen beinhalten Produktionen über Künstler wie Claudio Abbado, Daniel Barenboim, Evgeny Kissin, Martha Argerich, Joshua Bell, das Lucerne Festival Orchestra, die New Yorker Philharmoniker, das Gewandhausorchester Leipzig oder die Staatskapelle Berlin. Sowohl künstlerisch als auch technisch erfüllt Accentus Music die höchsten Erwartungen und Ansprüche von Musikliebhabern aus der ganzen Welt.

 
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Wir freuen uns darauf, nach mehreren Jahren der erfolgreichen Zusammenarbeit, von nun an das renommierte Unternehmen auf dem gesamten europäischen Markt unterstützen zu dürfen, und den Erfolg unserer englischen Pressekampagnen auf die deutsche Presse zu übertragen. Bisher sind Rezensionen in den größten englischen Musikpublikationen wie BBC Music Magazine, Classical Music Magazine, Gramophone, sowie auf BBC Radio 3 und in nationaler Presse wie der Financial Times erschienen.

 

(Written on February 10, 2017 )

Classical News

In our classical news today, Pierre-Laurent Aimard wins 2017 Ernst von Siemens Music Prize, PRS Foundation announces latest Composers’ Fund beneficiaries, and Bournemouth Symphony announces partnership with Trinity Laban. Also, Riccardo Chailly starts a new series of recordings with Decca, and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center announce $25,000 Composer’s Prize Winner.

Classical Music Magazine

Pierre-Laurent Aimard wins 2017 Ernst von Siemens Music Prize

Worth €250,000 (£212,000), the award is given in recognition of a life devoted to the service of music; former recipients include Aimard’s mentors Pierre Boulez, Olivier Messiaen, György Kurtàg and György Ligeti.

PRS Foundation announces latest Composers’ Fund beneficiaries

The Fund awards £150,000 annually to support composers and enable them to realise projects and ambitions that may not be possible through traditional commissioning models.

Bournemouth Symphony and Trinity Laban announce partnership

BSO and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance have announced a new long-term partnership aimed at improving the diversity of the UK orchestral profession and increasing professional development opportunities for young musicians across southwest England.

International Arts Manager

Riccardo Chailly begins a new series of recordings with Decca

Teatro alla Scala in Milan is to release a new series of recordings. The announcement comes following the beginning of Riccardo Chailly’s tenure as music director, which began on 1 January this year.

The Violin Channel

Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center Announce $25,000 Composer’s Prize Winner

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center has announced Welsh composer Huw Watkins as the recipient of the 2017 Elise L. Stoeger Prize.

The New York Times

The Big Debuts Of Carnegie Hall’s Next Season

It might seem as if every major classical musician has played Carnegie Hall — but its next season, which begins in October, features some big debuts.

Die Zeit

Pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard mit Musiknobelpreis ausgezeichnet

Der französische Pianist hat den Ernst von Siemens Musikpreis verliehen bekommen. Er sei eine “Schlüsselfigur im Musikleben unserer Zeit”, heißt es in der Begründung.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Was man den Zugvögeln ablauschen kann

Zu Lebzeiten konnten Brahms, Dvořák, Tschaikowsky und Bruckner nicht an seinen Erfolg heranreichen. Doch Niels Wilhelm Gade geriet in Vergessenheit. Jetzt feiern Dänen und Deutsche den 200. Geburtstag des Komponisten.

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Barenboim plant Konzert in Flüchtlingslager für Syrer in Nahost

Mit der Aktion wolle sich das von arabischen und israelischen Musikern gebildete West-Eastern Divan Orchester stärker als Friedensbotschafter der Vereinten Nationen profilieren.

Klassik heute

Afghanisches Frauenorchester auf Tournee

Mehr als 30 Schülerinnen des Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) aus Kabul sowie zehn Schülerinnen und Schüler des Hochbegabtenzentrums der Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt Weimar musizieren gemeinsam bei Konzerten in Berlin.

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London Philharmonic @LP Tim Walker explains our continuation of & new festival in our new 17/18 season

neue musikzeitung @musikzeitung nmz-news: Ein Anflug von Weltenharmonie – Jordi Savall in der Alten Oper Frankfurt https://goo.gl/fb/xgt75z

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Pierre-Laurent Aimard. Photo credit: Marco Borggreve

(Written on January 26, 2017 )

Classical News

In our news today, comic pop-up events in London are supposed to revolutionise opera, the RNCM gold medal competition names its winners & a same-sex kiss in the musical Les Miserables in Singapore has been removed from the show, after complaints from the public. Also, The Times introduces cellist and BBC Young Musician winner Sheku Kenneh-Mason and his family, plus former James Bond actor Roger Moore will visit the Tyne Theater & Opera House in Newcastle to talk about his career.

The Guardian

Comic opera to pop up all over London

Pop-up events have transformed the hospitality sector and now these pared down innovative events in interesting spaces are taking over the arts world as well.

The Times

Is this the most musically talented family in Britain?

The cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason’s electric performances won him the BBC Young Musician competition — and his six siblings are just as good.

Classical Music Magazine

RNCM Gold Medal winners announced

The winners of this year’s RNCM gold medal competition 2016 are James Girling (guitar), Tyler Hay (piano), Danny Ryan (composer), Abel Selaocoe (cello) and Andres Yauri (bassoon).

BBC News 

Singapore cuts same-sex kiss from Les Miserables

A kiss between two male actors in the musical Les Miserables in Singapore has been removed from the show, after complaints from the public. The scene involved a brief peck on the lips during the song Beggars at the Feast.

Laura Mvula: ‘Music industry is sexist’

Laura Mvula has described the music industry as “sexist” and “racist”, saying we are living in the “Donald Trump time of music”. The singer-songwriter said she often felt “isolated and misunderstood” as a female recording artist.

Chronicle Live

James Bond star Roger Moore set for Tyne Theatre & Opera House in Newcastle

Former James Bond actor Roger Moore will be at the Tyne Theatre later this year to talk about his career and answer questions from the audience.

Huffington Post

A lurking threat to Western classical music

Is Western classical music under threat? The genre known as classical, serious, or art music has certainly suffered from being labeled elitist and inaccessible.

Classical-music.com

Capability Brown to be celebrated in music

The 300th anniversary of the birth of landscape architect Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown is be commemorated by a new composition at this year’s Fringe in the Fen music festival in Cambridgeshire.

The New York Times

National Endowment for the Arts names 2017 Jazz Masters

The National Endowment for the Arts has named its 2017 NEA Jazz Masters: the musicians — Dee Dee Bridgewater, Dave Holland, Dr. Lonnie Smith and Dick Hyman — and the jazz historian Ira Gitler. Each will each receive $25,000 and be honored at a tribute concert at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington on April 3, 2017.

The Strad

Musician ‘kicked off’ United Airlines flight for attempting to stow her violin safely

Yura Lee was travelling with her violin from Washington to Detroit and had negotiated with fellow passengers to stow the instrument under seats.

Classic FM

Joyce DiDonato has posted a powerful response to the Orlando shootings

Soprano Joyce DiDonato has re-posted a video of herself singing Purcell’s ‘When I Am Laid In Earth’ at the Stonewall Inn in New York.

klassik.com

Riccardo Chailly sagt Abschiedskonzert mit Leipziger Gewandhausorchester ab

Der italienische Dirigent Riccardo Chailly hat sein Abschiedskonzert als Gewandhauskapellmeister abgesagt. Das Konzert mit Mahlers Dritter Sinfonie sollte am kommenden Sonntag stattfinden.

Musik heute

Würth-Musikpreis an “vision string quartet” verliehen

Die Streicher des Berliner “vision string quartet” sind am Montag in ihrer Heimatstadt mit dem Würth-Preis des musikalischen Jugendverbandes Jeunesses Musicales Deutschland (JMD) ausgezeichnet worden.

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Zensur bei “Les Misérables” in Singapur

Ein Kuss zwischen zwei männlichen Musicaldarstellern hat in Singapur die Medienbehörde auf den Plan gerufen – und wurde daraufhin gestrichen. Künstler reagierten empört auf die Zensur.

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Classical Music @ClassicalMusic_ First Night: discusses making her debut with Elgar’s Cello Concerto

The Culture Trip @CultureTrip  that classical music can have beneficial effects on pain, stress, depression and sleep.

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(Written on June 14, 2016 )

Classical News

In today’s news, Riccardo Chailly announced as new musical director, Organist and choirmaster John Scott dies and music can reduce pain and anxiety for surgery patients.

BBC Music Magazine

Lucerne Festival announces new musical director

Riccardo Chailly succeeds Claudio Abbado as musical director of the festival orchestra

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World-renowned organist and choirmaster dies aged 59

Classical Music Magazine

Music can reduce pain and anxiety for surgery patients

A new study has found that listening to music before, during and after an operation can help to reduce pain and anxiety, even if it did not reduce the length of hospital stays.

Nottingham Post

Southwell to host Classical Music Festival

Nottingham has its Splendour, Newark its blues and Southwell an annual folk weekender. But now the market town is adding classical music to its summer festival diary.

Classic FM

This man used his own hair to string a violin – and it actually sounds pretty good

A Lithuanian actor and musician has his hair turned into violin strings while still attached to his head in this amazing video.

BR Klassik

Frühe Shakespeare-Oper wiederentdeckt

“The Fairies” ist der Titel einer Oper des Ansbacher Komponisten John Christopher Smith. Der hat sich mit Shakespeares “Sommernachtstraum” beschäftigt, lange bevor Mendelssohn-Bartholdys bekannte Version dazu entstanden ist. Das Nürnberger Originalklang-Festival “Musica Franconia” hat die 250 Jahre alte Musik wiederentdeckt und bringt sie jetzt auf die Bühne.

Der Süddeutsche Zeitung

Der Sound der Heilung

Musik kann vor, während und nach chirurgischen Eingriffen positive Effekte für Patienten haben. Zu diesem Ergebnis kommen Forscher nach der Auswertung von 72 Studien zu dem Thema.

Musik-heute

Johan Simons – Der neue Intendant der Ruhrtriennale

Vom gemütlichen München ins raue Ruhrgebiet – die Ruhrtriennale ist für den neuen Intendanten Johan Simons eine Rückkehr in bekanntes Revier. Fünf Jahre hielt es den niederländischen Theatermacher an den Kammerspielen in München, deren Erfolgskurs er fortsetzte. Nun leitet der 68-Jährige bis 2017 das renommierte experimentelle Theater- und Musikfestival.

San Francisco Classical Voice

It’s news to me

Clarinetist Takes Music on Curious Flights

France Musique

Les effets bénéfiques de la musique pendant une opération chirurgicale

Ecouter de la musique avant, pendant ou après une intervention chirurgicale a un effet bénéfique sur les patients en diminuant leur anxiété et leurs douleurs et en facilitant leur rétablissement.

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BBC Radio 3 @BBCRadio3: There’s been a UFO sighting on ! @DameEvelyn Glennie plays Daugherty’s UFO (pic: Jim Callaghan)

Nicola Benedetti @NickyBenedetti: So so excited to see my friends @ncogb tonight and to perform w them @GCHalls . Please come along and support this wonderful children’s orch

Classic FM @ClassicFM: The new @LudovicoEinaud single – the only catch is YOU have to play it:  @DeccaRecords
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(Written on August 14, 2015 )

Classical News

Guardian

Facing the music: Bob Chilcott

He wants to put 400 singers in a railway station, and he loves a bit of Barbra Streisand … composer and conductor Bob Chilcott shares his musical passions

The Times

Is Riccardo Chailly the man to save La Scala and all Italian opera?

Riccardo Chailly likes an uphill struggle.

BBC Music Magazine

Joseph Calleja, Alex Beard and Sir Nicholas Kenyon team up for artist residency

London’s Corinthia Hotel invites major players in classical music to judge opera-themed artist in residence programme

Sinfini

Opera meets modern art

High culture will meet cutting edge contemporary art this summer with the introduction of a pop-up gallery at one of the UK’s most traditional opera festivals.

Classic FM

Can singing in a choir make children more moral?

A new study has found that children who sing in a choir, play in an orchestra or take part in drama activities are more likely to make good moral choices than their peers.

Zeit Online

Immer nur Mozart, Mahler, Brahms

Wir brauchen keine Debatte über Konzertsäle, sondern zuerst über Konzertprogramme. Orchester spielen immer dasselbe, lähmende Spielpläne enthalten uns viele Genies vor.

Der Tagesspiegel

Daniel Barenboim – mit der Moderne auf Du und Du

Alban Berg, Pierre Boulez – und die endlosen Bauarbeiten Unter den Linden: Chefdirigent Daniel Barenboim über Komponisten als Revolutionäre und die Staatsopern-Festtage.

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Alte Musik in barocken Räumen

Mit Spitzen-Ensembles aus ganz Europa sollen nicht nur Kenner sondern auch Kinder angesprochen werden

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SXSW MUSIC 2015

„Wir sind begeistert darüber, nicht nur die bisher größte Anzahl deutscher Künstler vor Ort zu haben, sondern mit ihnen eine Auswahl, die stärker denn je den wahren Geist Deutschlands und seiner künstlerischen Begabungen hervorhebt”, sagt James Minor, General Manager des SXSW Music Festivals.

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Russian Radio Orpheus Engages In The Revival Of Musical Heritage

At a press conference in Moscow, Irina Gerasimova, General Manager and Artistic Director of the Russian State TV and Radio Music Centre, Orpheus, presented the multimedia project Revival Of The Musical Heritage Of Russia operated in collaboration with the company E.ON Russia.

Le Figaro

Ces acteurs qui connaissent la musique

La semaine dernière, elle était du voyage présidentiel aux Philippines pour lancer l’appel de Manille, à quelques mois de la conférence du climat.

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BBC Radio 3 @BBCRadio3: To mark International Women’s Day Sarah Walker is talking to feminist author @EricaJong, every day this week at 10am https://t.co/vQqzFfrMjs

Classical Music @ClassicalMusic_: To boycott or not to boycott? The knotty relationship between politics and the arts http://ow.ly/JJvVL  @ThompsonWarwick

Opera North@Opera_North: Miss @WNOtweet‘s Twitter takeover asking if austerity will #killculture on Fri? Here’s a recap: http://wp.me/p4iWXH-cc 

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(Written on March 2, 2015 )

Classical News

Guardian

Terry Riley’s masterpiece – and minimalism, African style

It can be over in 15 minutes. It can last several hours. It can be done with a Wurlitzer – or 20 guitars. Now In C, the defining work of minimalist music, has been tackled by Damon Albarn and Africa Express. Its composer Terry Riley reveals how it all began

Classic FM

John Williams’ Jurassic Park theme gets haunting rework in new Jurassic World trailer

The trailer for Jurassic World features a haunting, stripped-down piano version of John Williams’ classic theme from the original Jurassic Park.

The Strad

French cellist Aurélien Pascal wins Grand Prix Emanuel Feuermann

The 19-year-old artist receives €15,000 and concert opportunities

Gramophone

Come and hear ‘Sir James Galway in Conversation’ at Foyles

The first ‘EFG Gramophone Conversation at Foyles’ will take place on Thursday, December 11 at 7pm

Sinfini

Chailly takes over at La Scala

Riccardo Chailly, now recognised as one of the greatest conductors in the world, takes over as principal conductor at La Scala, Milan, on 1 January 2015 and will become its music director in 2017.

KlassikAkzente

Daniel Hope und die Waldpiraten – Spendenaktion für die Deutsche Kinderkrebsstiftung

Jährlich erkranken in Deutschland rund 2000 Kinder und Jugendliche an einer bösartigen Krankheit.

Das Orchester

Armin Köhler ist tot

Armin Köhler, langjähriger künstlerischer Leiter der Donaueschinger Musiktage und Leiter der SWR2 Redaktion “Neue Musik und Jazz”, ist am 15. November 2014 im Alter von 62 Jahren verstorben.

Klassik.com

New York City Opera soll im Januar verkauft werden

Die New York City Opera, die im Oktober 2013 Konkurs anmelden musste, erhält über den 18. Dezember hinaus keine Fristverlängerung zur Vorlage eines Reorganisationsplan.

Le Figaro

Love Circus: histoires de passions aux Folies Bergère

La nouvelle comédie musicale de Stéphane Jarny alterne numéros de cirque et tableaux chantés. Imparable.

Pizzicato

Australia Launches A Vast Singing Program

The Australian Government announced a vast singing pilot program which will see professional music educators mentor selected classroom teachers across Australia in order to implement singing in school classes.

Publisher Edition Peters Launches Own Record Label

The classical CD market is definitely not dying.

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Classic FM @ClassicFM: A little…Violin Birthday Sandwich. Hilary Hahn @violincase [Respighi] Then @ViktoriaMullova Happy Birthdays. @TimLihoreau

BR_KlASS @BR_KLASS: BR-Symphonieorchester in Japan: Asiatische Euphorie nach Konzert in Tokyo http://dlvr.it/7f9fXP  #br_klass #klassik

KlassikInfo.de @Klassikinfo: Wertschöpfung des Festspielhauses Baden-Baden für die Stadt liegt bei Jährlich 49 Millionen Euro http://www.KlassikInfo.de

performers of the new musical 'Love Circus' photo: Cyrille George Jerusalmi

performers of the new musical ‘Love Circus’
photo: Cyrille George Jerusalmi

(Written on November 27, 2014 )

BBC Music Magazine

Vienna Philharmonic receives the Birgit Nilsson Prize

Leading orchestra enjoys accolade for its Historic Archive

Gramophone

BBC Music is launched by an ‘impossible’ orchestra

27 artists club together with the BBC Concert Orchestra to perform ‘God Only Knows’

Classic FM

West Australia Opera cancels Carmen over fears it promotes smoking

The West Australia Opera’s planned production of Bizet’s Carmen has been cancelled over fears it would jeopardise a $400,000 partnership with a government health agency.

Classic FM charity single: Behind the Scenes at Air Studios

We have been behind the scenes at Air Studios this morning, capturing the stellar cast recording Classic FM’s charity single ‘Steadfast’. The song, composed by Howard Goodall, will be available to download from midnight tonight.

Limelight Magazine

NYC accords jazz musos same respect as classical counterparts

Jazz icons celebrate in City Hall council chamber at passage of historic resolution on rights.

Slipped Disc 

Gergiev’s new protégé is 13 years old

Meet Alexander Malofeyev, winner of the 2014 Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians.

Pizzicato

Berliner Konzerthaus planmäßig renoviert

Nach der dreimonatigen Schließung des Konzerthauses am Berliner Gendarmenmarkt wird der Saal am morgigen 10. Oktober wiedereröffnet.

Die Welt

Gesucht? Ein Chefdirigent für Berliner Philharmoniker

Bei dem Anforderungsprofil für Mister X könnte man ins Zweifeln geraten, denn die Philharmoniker sind hungrig auf saftig sinfonische Tortenstücke aus der Hand des Chefdirigenten. Eine Stellenanzeige.

Der Tagesspiegel

Mailänder Scala

Riccardo Chailly verbeugt sich vor Claudio Abbado

neue musikzeitung

Söder drängt bei Sanierung von Nürnberger Oper zur Eile

In der Debatte um die dringend nötige Sanierung des Nürnberger Opernhauses und den geplanten neuen Konzertsaal hat Finanzminister Markus Söder (CSU) zur Eile gemahnt.

El País

El ‚darwinismo‘ del violín

Un estudio usa la teoría de la evolución para analizar cómo ha cambiado la forma del violín

The New York Times

Well Past the Rubble, Orchestra Rebuilds

Belgrade Philharmonic Is Touring To Help Fund a New Home

Le Monde

La Salle Pleyel figée par un bras de fer juridique

Si la case « menace » existait dans le jeu du Monopoly, on pourrait dire que la Salle Pleyel vient d’y tomber.

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Classic FM ‏@ClassicFM: #MakeSomeNoise helps the music therapy work of Thomas’ Fund – here’s more about them & how you can get involved: http://classfm.co/wKgT6b

MusicSalesClassical @MSClassical: Heading to the @MTW_tweets premiere of The Trial by Philip Glass? @GlassNotesBlog View the score here http://bit.ly/1seV2OQ #ScoresOnDemand

BBC Music Magazine @MusicMagazine: One-handed pianist Nicholas McCarthy on why there need to be more role models for disabled musicians: http://bit.ly/1seV9tK

Guardian Classical @GdnClassical: Australian Chamber Orchestra / Tognetti review – persuasive experiments with Jonny Greenwood http://gu.com/p/429yz 

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(Written on October 9, 2014 )

The Guardian

Spotify to take on iTunes Radio with free tier for its music apps

11 December event expected to expand free mobile access from US, although on-demand streams will be limited

The New York Times

Kennedy Center Names New Chief

Deborah F. Rutter, who as president of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra helped it navigate the financial shoals that have sunk other orchestras, will become the president of the Kennedy Center next fall, the center announced on Tuesday

Voice of America

San Francisco Musicians Create ‘New’ Classical Music

A group of young artists in San Francisco are continuing that trend, giving new life to an old field: opera and European classical music

Star Tribune

Italian opera house La Scala: Riccardo Chailly to replace Barenboim as musical director

The Milanese opera house La Scala took another step in its artistic and managerial transition on Tuesday by confirming that Riccardo Chailly will be its new musical director, replacing Daniel Barenboim

Minnesota Orchestra: Board reports deficit of $1.1 million for fiscal 2013

Minnesota Orchestral Association reported revenue of roughly $12 million, nearly all through contributions and investment income

New Music Box

FAIR AND BALANCED

“Until we rid ourselves of the notion that the best music of all time was created by a handful of men who lived an ocean away from us and who all died more than a century before any of us were born, we will never have programming that truly reflects the vast array of musical creativity all around us.”

Digital Music News

A Tiny Percentage of Artist Income Comes from Copyright, Study Finds…

According to a study conducted by Peter DiCola of the Northwestern University School of Law, artists are now, on average, deriving a relatively tiny percentage of their income directly from copyrights

FONO FORUM

“Reden – das kann ich einfach so”

Die Pianistin Mitsuko Uchida ist nicht nur eine weltweit gefeierte Mozart-Interpretin, sondern weiß auch sachkundig und unterhaltsam über Musik zu erzählen. Im Januar gibt sie ein Gesprächskonzert zu Beethovens „Diabelli-Variationen“ in der Essener Philharmonie

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(Written on December 12, 2013 )

The Telegraph

Pianist Maria João Pires panics as she realises the orchestra has started the wrong concerto…

Maria João Pires was ready to play a Mozart piano concerto with the Amsterdam Concertgebouw conducted by Riccardo Chailly, only to hear the orchestra begin playing another Mozart concerto – no 20 in D minor, K466, not what she was expecting or had prepared for.

The Verge

Analog to digital: Cornell conductor tries to modernize the orchestra with Google Glass

A conductor and professor at Cornell University, New York, believes Google Glass could replace stands and sheet music and change the way we watch live music.

Classic FM Online

Lang Lang made UN Messenger of Peace

Pianist Lang Lang has been awarded the role of UN Messenger of Peace by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, in recognition of his constant work in music education in his native China. He is the first person from China to receive the honour.

Gramophone

Daniel Barenboim to step down from La Scala two years early

The conductor relinquishes his post as music director in 2015 following unconfirmed reports that Riccardo Chailly will succeed him.

Classical Music Magazine

Matthew Barley’s Around Britten blog: from Sweden to swimming baths

The adventurous cellist continues his exploration of unusual concert venues, performing in two barns, a ruined castle and a country house or two.

Guardian

Musicians Talk About How To Save Music In The Age Of Streaming 

In a debate organised by Virgin last night, classical and popular musicians (including Zoe Keating, will.i.am and Amander Palmer), managers and technology firms came together to discuss controlling the damage technology has inflicted on the music industry.

Die Zeit

“Ich muss es ans Licht bringen”

Die rumänische Komponistin Adriana Hölszky schreibt ihre sechste Oper – und erstmals auch die Musik zu einem Ballett.

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(Written on October 30, 2013 )