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In today’s news: Cypress Hill on working with the London Symphony Orchestra, New BBC flagship arts show presenter finds theatre too ‘stressful’, and a musical odyssey about the desperate train journeys that divided India. Musikfest Berlin with 44.000 visitors, the Munich Radio Orchestra begins new season with new musical director, Gare du Nord in Basel begins new season.

The Guardian

Ghosts of partition: a musical odyssey about the desperate train journeys that divided India

Railways played a crucial role in partition, as Hindus and Muslims took crammed, dangerous and often deadly journeys to their new homes.

The Independant

Cypress Hill on working with the London Symphony Orchestra: ‘It’s definitely something in the works’

Exclusive: The Independent speaks to the hip hop duo about their new projects, influences, and racism in America.

DailyMail

Young Musician of the Year finalist wins three-year battle to practise piano in his £5m family home after millionaire neighbour complained about the noise

A Young Musician of the Year finalist has won his battle against a council which tried to stop him practising piano in his £5million family home.

The Telegraph

New BBC flagship arts show presenter finds theatre too ‘stressful’

When the BBC announced it would be moving its flagship arts show Front Row onto television, it promised editorial expertise from an all-new team, backed by real depth and insight.

M-Magazine

Keith Barnard and Solem Quartet to play ‘lie-down’ festival

Taking place in Hamptead and Highgate from 7 to 26 October, the festival – now in its ninth year – aims to throw the ‘stuffy’ rules found in traditional concert halls out the window, in order to offer a more accessible and enjoyable experience rooted in spirituality and relaxation.

Pizzicato

Hvorostovsky cancels Moscow recital

Baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky, 54, who is being treated for a brain tumour, has been forced to cancel his recital at the Tchaikovsky Hall of the Moscow Conservatory on September 26.

The New York Times

Hurricane Harvey Closes Houston’s Opera and Ballet Home for a Season

The Wortham Theater Center — home to Houston Grand Opera and Houston Ballet — was so severely damaged by the flooding brought on by Hurricane Harvey that it will remain closed through at least May 15, the center announced on Monday night.

Klassik.com

Musikfest Berlin 2017 meldet 44.000 Besucher

Das Musikfest Berlin hat eine positive Bilanz der diesjährigen Festspiele gezogen. An 19 Festivaltagen fanden 34 Veranstaltungen statt.

Klassik Heute

Einstand von Ivan Repušić als Chefdirigent des Münchner Rundfunkorchesters

In seinem Antrittskonzert dirigiert der Kroate Ivan Repušić das erste Sonntagskonzert der neuen Spielzeit 2017/18 und gibt damit auch den Auftakt zur neuen Saison des Münchner Rundfunkorchesters.

Codex Flores

Saisoneröffnung des Basler Gare du Nord

Der Basler Gare du Nord eröffnet die Spielzeit 2017/18 mit der Uraufführung des Musiktheaters «Lamento».

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Ermutigung zu kultureller Teilhabe: vorbildliche Projekte vorschlagen! BKM-Preis Kulturelle Bildung 2018

MusicAeterna at Musikfest Berlin ©Kai Bienert

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(Written on September 20, 2017 )

In today’s news: Barbara Hannigan speaks to Ben Lawrence, Nick Hornby’s “Fever Pitch” has become an opera, and Brexit might threaten UK’s music industry. 2.200 visitors at choir conference “chor.com”, Johannes Krahl wins organ competition in Freiberg, and Bamberg Symphony to open its new season.

Evening Standard

Classical concert raises £30,000 for the victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster

75 former residents of the tower block in Kensington were among the 850-strong audience at Cadogan hall for the three-hour performance.

Daily Mail

Scientist turns the sound of irregular heartbeats into classical music

It is hoped that the experimental project may help doctors better diagnose the condition of heart arrhythmia.

The Telegraph

Canadian soprano Barbara Hannigan serves the music, not the audience

Ben Lawrence speaks to the 46-year old opera veteran about her ability to draw an audience into the fragile emotional state of the characters she plays on stage.

Independent

Nick Hornby’s ‘Fever Pitch’ has become an opera

Stage version of the football autobiography features 16 original songs, using popular football chants as hooks and riffs.

Huffington Post

Brexit is a huge potential threat to the UK’s booming music industry

British music exports are higher than ever at £365million in 2016, but uncertainty over Brexit threatens its future.

Pizzicato

Ben Glassberg Wins Besançon Conducting Competition

The 55th international competition for young conductors in Besançon ended yesterday evening with the victory of the British conductor Ben Glassberg, 23.

Limelight

Bel Canto and Elizabeth Connell Prize winners announced

The Joan Sutherland & Richard Bonynge Foundation awards prizes to mezzo Bronwyn Douglass and soprano Katie Lowe.

NMZ

chor.com: 2.200 Kongressteilnehmer leiten Trendwende in der Musikszene ein

Über 200 Veranstaltungen bot der Branchentreff chor.com in Dortmund, der an diesem Sonntag zu Ende ging.

Klassik.com

Johannes Krahl gewinnt Silbermann-Orgelwettbewerb in Freiberg

Der 18-jährige Organist Johannes Krahl hat beim Gottfried-Silbermann-Orgelwettbewerb, der in diesem Jahr zum 13. Mal ausgetragen wurde, den ersten Platz belegt.

Klassik Heute

Saisoneröffnung mit Chefdirigent Jakub Hrůša in Bamberg

Chefdirigent Jakub Hrůša sagt über den Komponisten Josef Suk es sei einer, auf den wir aufmerksam machen wollen.

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(Written on September 18, 2017 )

Classical News

In today’s news, Pianist Stephen Hough calls for shorter classical shows to attract younger audiences, Classic FM’s Composed app is to shut down at the end of this month, and Aziz Shokhakimov wins Salzburg Festival Young Conductor award. Also, musicians plan further Dirty Dancing protests, and the Brooklyn Youth Chorus announces its 25th season.

BBC News

Pianist calls for shorter classical shows to attract younger audiences

Pianist Stephen Hough has called for classical concerts to be overhauled to attract younger audiences. Performances should be shorter with no interval, he argues, while orchestras could drop their formal dress code.

Classical Music Magazine

Composed app to shut down

Classic FM’s Composed app is to shut down at the end of this month. Launched in November 2014, the subscription music service allows users to stream music from the Decca Classics and Deutsche Grammophon catalogues, including archive and new recordings.

Aziz Shokhakimov wins Salzburg young conductor award

Aziz Shokhakimov has won the 2016 Nestlé and Salzburg Festival young conductors award. The 27-year-old Uzbekistani wins €15,000 (£12,730) and a concert as part of the Salzburg Festival 2017, which will be released on disc.

The Stage

Musicians plan further Dirty Dancing protests

Musicians are planning further protests outside venues hosting the touring production of Dirty Dancing following a dispute over the use of a backing track in the show.

The Telegraph

Meet conducting’s next superstar: Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla

This young Lithuanian has been generating huge excitement since taking on her first orchestral directorship in Heidelberg, in 2010. Since then, successes have come thick and fast.

WQXR

National Sawdust Broadens Its Scope in Second Season

National Sawdust, the Williamsburg-based art and music venue that quickly established itself as one of the more ambitious and enterprising presenters in the city, announced its second season Monday with an even broader mission.

The New York Times

Brooklyn Youth Chorus Announces 25th Season

The Brooklyn Youth Chorus will celebrate its 25th season with newly commissioned pieces from acclaimed composers, including Nico Muhly, Caroline Shaw and Rhiannon Giddens.

klassik.com

Kranichsteiner Musikpreis 2016 für Celeste Oram und Weston Olencki

Die Komponistin Celeste Oram und der Posaunist Weston Olencki haben den Kranichsteiner Musikpreis 2016 erhalten. Der im Rahmen der 48. Ferienkurse für Neue Musik in Darmstadt vergebene und mit 6.000 EUR dotierte Preis ist zu gleichen Hälften auf die Bereiche Komposition und Interpretation aufgeteilt.

RBB Kulturradio

Saisoneröffnung der Berliner Philharmoniker auch im Kino

Das Konzert der Berliner Philharmoniker zur Saisoneröffnung wird in rund 100 Kinos live übertragen. Unter der Leitung von Sir Simon Rattle spielt das Orchester am 26. August Gustav Mahlers Siebte Symphonie, zum Auftakt gibt es Pierre Boulez’ “Éclat”.

Klassik Akzente

Potsdamer Schlössernacht 2016 – Fernando Varela auf dem Mopke

Am 20. August 2016 lädt die Stiftung Preußische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin-Brandenburg zum 19. Mal in die Parkanlagen von Schloss Sanssouci nach Potsdam. Dieses Jahr mit von der Partie ist der talentierte Tenor Fernando Varela, der die Besucher mit einem eleganten Stilmix aus Klassik und Pop unterhalten wird.

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New York Times Music @nytimesmusic Bobby Hutcherson, Vibraphonist With Coloristic Range of Sound, Dies at 75 http://nyti.ms/2aY0un1

BR_Klassik @BR_Klassik Hier in voller Länge zum Nachhören: Götterdämmerung bei den Bayreuther Festspielen

nmz @musikzeitung  will nicht beim Super Bowl auftreten: „Es geht nicht um “: Die britische…

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Conducting’s next superstar: Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla. Credit: Rii Schroer

(Written on August 16, 2016 )

Classical News

In today’s news Gramophon reports that the Performing Rights Organisation will take legal actions against Soundcloud and Concerti publishes an interview with Christian Thielemann. Also, Classicallite announces that long lost opera “Andina” will receive its world premiere in Chicago.

Gramophone

PRS for Music begins legal action against SoundCloud

The performing rights organisation is set to take legal action against SoundCloud in a royalties dispute

stl today.com

A saga of lost violins, from Barcelona to (finally) St. Louis

The trip home was a traveler’s nightmare, and that was before they knew what was to come.

Arts Professional

New focus and less cash for touring

Arts Council England’s Strategic Touring Programme has been cut back after applications for the previous funding round failed to make the grade.

Der Tagesspiegel

Mein Land, so weit… Carl Nielsen beim Musikfest Berlin

Die Terz als Gottesgeschenk: Das Musikfest Berlin feiert den 150. Geburtstag des dänischen Komponisten Carl Nielsen.

Concerti

„Ich habe nie Dirigierunterricht gehabt”

Dennoch zählt Christian Thielemann inzwischen zu den gefragtesten Wagner-Experten. In Bayreuth ist der Dirigent denn auch schon bis 2022 gebucht.

Neue Musikzeitung

Saisoneröffnung der Tonhalle Zürich mit vier Orchesterkonzerten zum 25. Jubiläum der Orpheum Stiftung

Namen wie Baiba Skride, Renaud und Gautier Capuçon oder Alice Sara Ott sind heute aus dem internationalen Konzertleben nicht mehr wegzudenken. Doch auch für Stars dieses Kalibers kam der Erfolg nicht über Nacht.

France Musique

L’Iran s’oppose à son tour à la venue de Daniel Baremboïm.

Après Israël la semaine dernière, c’est à présent Téhéran qui s’oppose à la venue du chef d’orchestre israélo-argentin Daniel Barenboïm. Il espérait donner un concert dans le pays avec son orchestre allemand, la Staatskapelle.

Classicalite

Long-Lost Opera ‘Andina’ to Receive Its World Premiere in Chicago, 80 Years Late

An opera manuscript discovered in a basement in Chicago will finally receive its world premiere, 80 years later, at Chicago’s Athenaeum Theatre. The opera, Andina, was written by Eustasio Rosales in the early 1930s.

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klassik.com : Concours Clara in diesem Jahr ohne ersten Preisträger

Marina Baranova : next in at Center with brilliant meets

BR_KLASSIK : 31. August 1951: Die erste deutsche Langspielplatte wird vorgeführt.

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Für Christian Thielemann wäre Tristan und Isolde die härteste Opern-Droge

(Written on August 31, 2015 )