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The Guardian

Addiction in the orchestra: classical music’s drink and drugs problem

At 15 she was playing the Royal Albert Hall. At 21 she was breakfasting on vodka. As a new documentary explores addiction in classical music, cellist Rachael Lander tells her story.

Slipped Disc

Conductor hits back over international Mahler scam

The Austrian conductor Wolfgang Scheidt has written a blistering letter, dissociating himself from the organisers of the Salzburg Voice Festival and the Mahler Philharmoniker orchestra. Both were exposed four weeks ago in Slipped Disc as a scam that took money from young singers and gave very little in return.

Classic FM

Andrea Bocelli, Il Divo and Richard Reed Parry take the Ice Bucket Challenge

Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, Il Divo’s Urs Bühler and composer Richard Reed Parry are among the latest to take the ALS ice bucket challenge, posting videos of themselves getting dunked on YouTube.

Classic FM

Howard Shore: ‘I write film music in a 19th-century world. I live in a forest’

Lord of the Rings composer Howard Shore has revealed how he continues to write some of the most inspiring music around in an exclusive interview to mark his fifth successive victory in the Classic FM Movie Music Hall of Fame.

The Washington Post

What do college partyers, violin makers and cake decorators have in common?

The sale of Everclear, and all 190-proof liquor is now banned in Maryland. Who is most upset? The people who make violins.

Broadawayworld

Nitzan Haroz Appointed Principal Trombone for Philidelphia Orchestra

The Philadelphia Orchestra announces the appointment of Nitzan Haroz as principal trombone, effective immediately.

Menschen in Dresden

Serge Dorny gegen Freitstaat: Verhandlungstermin geplatzt

Keine Verhandlung im Streit um gekündigten Intendantenvertrag am 1. September. Foto: Stephan Floss, Matthias Creutziger.

Concerti

Interview Kit Armstrong

“Ich bin einfach ein neugieriger Mensch”.

Klavier.de

Berlioz-Klavier unwissentlich zur Versteigerung angeboten

Preisvorschlag von 800 Euro nach Recherchen zurückgezogen.

Twitter

EUYO: ‏@EUYOtweets  Check out the short video of our recent Flashmob @rijksmuseum with @Concertgebouw http://youtu.be/5ycw4_xHQXM  #flashmob #classicalmusic #euyo

GoClassical: ‏@GoClassicalUK  Deutsche Grammophon launches own streaming service called DG Discovery http://www.gramophone.co.uk/news/deutsche-grammophon-launches-own-streaming-service-called-dg-discovery … #classicalmusic

The Classical Source: @ClassicalSource News: A New Thought on Applause during Concerts by Leonard Slatkin @DetroitSymphony @BBCProms http://ow.ly/AGdGD 

Adelaide Symphony: ‏@The_ASO  Villains and #Classical music. This is not for the faint-hearted. slate.me/1wvFdXV

 

Rachael Lander

Rachel Landler

Photo: The Guardian

 

 


 

(Written on August 26, 2014 )

The Guardian

National Children’s Orchestras faces fight over its musical soul

Petition set up by parents and staff highlights discontent over actions of NCO board.

The Telegraph

Hay Festival 2014: Schoenberg was a prophet in the wilderness

Jewish, Christian, German nationalist, anti-Hitler – Arnold Schoenberg was an elusive genius.

Financial Times

Piette-Laurent Aimard on Aldeburgh and Britten

Ever since Pierre-Laurent Aimard took on the role of artistic director at the Aldeburgh Festival in 2009, he has been plagued by a polite but persistent band of doubters.

Classic FM

Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry to release debut classical album

Richard Reed Parry, multi-instrumentalist with Arcade Fire, is to release his first solo classical album on Deutsche Grammophon.

Gramophone

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland returns

Will Todd’s popular opera for children is reprised by Opera Holland Park in July and August.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Salzburger Domquartier: Es muss nicht immer Mozart sein

Macht hoch die Tür: Salzburg will nicht länger nur Musikstadt sein, das reiche Erbe der Fürsterzbischöfe soll die Welt begeistern – mit dem Domquartier will die Stadt in die erste Museumsliga.

Spiegel Online

Feine Kammermusik: Einmal Feuer für Herrn Beethoven, bitte!

Das Quartetto di Cremona spielt Beethoven mit italienischer Lust und Leidenschaft. Sowohl live als auch auf CD blühen bei den vier Musikern die Streichquartette vielfarbig auf. Und bei Verdi kennen sich die Kammer-Könner auch aus.

Concerti

Interview: Artemis Quartett: “Wir sind heute rebellischer”

Eckart Runge und Vineta Sareika vom Artemis Quartett über jugendlichen Klang, Superlative und exklusive Hauskonzerte

Klassik.com

Dirigent Peter Gülke mit Ernst von Siemens-Musikpreis geehrt

Weitere Preisträger sind Luis Codera Puzo, Simone Movio und Brigitte Muntendorf

The New York Times

What’s New? Ask the Philharmonic

Times Critics Preview the NY Biennal

Washington Post

Arvo Pärt’s music celebrated at D.C. events

Pärt, 78, is coming to the East Coast for the first time in 30 years. His free concert in Washington on Tuesday — presented by the Estonian Embassy as part of an initiative called The Arvo Pärt Project— will be held not in a small space but in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, which seats 2,400.

Le Figaro

Kaija Saariaho, réflexion, action, composition

La compositrice finlandaise ouvre demain le Festival de Saint-Denis avec une nouvelle version de « La Passion de Simone », inspirée par Simone Weil.

Classical Music on twitter

Spiegel Online @SPIEGEL_Kultur Heute in den Feuilletons: “Ein gut bestellter Acker, ein neugieriges Publikum”… http://spon.de/aeeVY

Guardian Culture @guardian culture Nils Frahm: music for piano and toilet brush: http://gu.com/p/3pggj/tf

Pianist Magazine @pianistmagazine You can now watch Federico Colli’s recent London debut recital at the QEH right here. It was amazing. You can… http://fb.me/2NvJE4GOR

neue musikzeitung @musikzeitung … der Verrostung von Ohren entgegenwirken … – Zum Ernst von Siemens Musikpreis 2014 http://ow.ly/2H8Gvm

Catherine Bott @CatherineJBott Gustav Holst died 80 yrs ago on this day, join me tonight at 9 @ClassicFM to hear much more than The Planets

Artemis Quartett - photographed by Molina Visuals via concerti.de

Artemis Quartett – photographed by Molina Visuals via concerti.de

 

 

(Written on May 26, 2014 )

Arts Journal: NewMusicBox

Cage = 100: As Influential as Wagner, as Interpretable as Mozart

Cage’s centenary sparks a fresh sense of intrigue about his work.

Gramophone

Wigmore Hall launches expanded 2012-13 Early Music and Baroque Series

Increased investment and artist residencies continue to strengthen the programme

Classic FM

Arcade Fire’s Richard Reed Parry: composing with heartbeats

The Arcade Fire’s multi-instrumentalist Richard Reed Parry told Classic FM about the perils of Twitter, his compositions for The Kronos Quartet and how to perform with a stethoscope.

Classical Music Magazine

No arts background for new culture secretary

The new secretary of state for Culture, Media and Sport has been catapulted into the cabinet despite no obvious previous connection with the arts. Maria Miller, the 48-year-old MP for Basingstoke, takes over a shrinking department from Jeremy Hunt if not a shrinking portfolio.

NPR music- deceptive cadence

A ‘Numpty’ Glance, Minnesotan Muddles And Brass Bullies

Violinist Nicola Benedetti, whose interview with the Scottish Sun this week sparked a furor — including the writer being called a “numpty,” or fool.

BBC Classical Music magazine

Mihaela Ursuleasa (1978-2012)

Brilliant Romanian pianist dies, aged 33. She would have performed Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 1 on tour with the National Youth Orchestra tomorrow.

John Cage, NewMusicBox

 

(Written on September 5, 2012 )