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In today’s news: St John’s Smith Square announces 12-hour music marathon, applications for NYO Inspire open, and MBW launches inspiring women series, supported by ingrooves music group. Maria José Siri to replace Carmen Giannattasio in “Il trovatore”, Basel Sinfonietta looks back on successful season 16/17, and Ernesto Palacio appointed new director of Rossini Opera Festival.

Classical Music Magazine

St John’s Smith Square announces 12-hour music marathon

St John’s Smith Square will host a free 12-hour music marathon as part of Open House London Weekend.

Music Teacher

Applications for NYO Inspire open

The National Youth Orchestra (NYO) is inviting applications for the 2018 intake of its Inspire scheme. Those selected for the programme will work alongside NYO tutors and musicians in workshops, sectionals and full tutti rehearsals.

International Piano

Can Çakmur wins Scottish International Piano Competition

Turkish pianist Can Çakmur has been named as the 11th winner of the Scottish International Piano Competition (SIPC). The 20-year-old receives £10,000, the Sir Alexander Stone Memorial Trophy and the Frederic Lamond gold medal, and will perform with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra (RSNO) in its 2018/19 season.

The Strad

Canadian violinist Marc Djokic wins $125,000 Prix Goyer

Biennial prize for ’collaborative emerging artist’ offers package of cash and in-kind professional development benefits

Music Business Worldwide

MBW launches inspiring women series, supported by ingrooves music group

Music Business Worldwide is proud to launch a new monthly feature series specifically designed to tell the stories of successful women in the global industry.

Classic FM

Heartbroken pianist plays non-stop in public, hoping to win back the love of his life

This musician won’t stop playing the piano until he wins back his ex-girlfriend.

Limelight

Matthew Kneale wins 2017 Freedman Classical Fellowship

The bassoonist spoke to Limelight about his world tour project following his Fellowship win.

Klassik Heute

Maria José Siri als Leonora im Wiener “Il trovatore”

Carmen Giannattasio muss krankheitsbedingt ihr geplantes Rollendebüt an der Wiener Staatoper als Leonora in Il trovatore am 13. September 2017 absagen.

Codex Flores

Lieder der Mäuse helfen ihr Sozialverhalten entschlüsseln

Ähnlich wie Vögel sind auch Mäuse geborene Sangeskünstler. Ihre für Menschen unhörbaren Töne fügen sie in vielen, komplexen Mustern aneinander, um untereinander zu kommunizieren.

Klassik.com

Basel Sinfonietta mit erfolgreicher Saison 2016/17

Die Basel Sinfonietta hat eine erfolgreiche Bilanz der vergangenen Konzertsaison gezogen.

France Musique

Ernesto Palacio nommé surintendant du Rossini Opera Festival

Suite à la démission surprise de Gianfranco Mariotti de la tête du Rossini Opera Festival le 7 septembre dernier, l’assemblée des fondateurs de la manifestation de Pesaro vient d’annoncer la nomination du nouveau surintendant en la personne d’Ernesto Palacio, ténor péruvien.

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Music Teacher: Applications for NYO Inspire open

(Written on September 12, 2017 )

Classical News

In today’s news, read about the great British conductor and violinist, Sir Neville Marriner, who passed away at the age of 92 yesterday. Also, read about the strikes of several orchestras in the U.S. In addition, the Scottish International Piano Competition 2017 will take place from 1st September to 10th September 2017.

BBC News

Leading British conductor Sir Neville Marriner dies at 92

The British conductor and violinist, Sir Neville Marriner, has died at the age of 92, the Academy of St Martin in the Fields says.

The Guardian

Conductor Sir Neville Marriner dies aged 92

Marriner was still conducting into his 90s, conducting a concert to celebrate entering his 10th decade two years ago, which included a rendition of Happy Birthday. His 90th birthday was also marked by Classic FM dedicating an entire day of programming to his performances.

The Telegraph

‘It was a bit noisy’: the late Sir Neville Marriner on studying violin during the Blitz

In an interview last year, Sir Neville Marriner told Ivan Hewett how a love of Handel took this carpenter’s son from Lincoln to London in 1939.

The New York Times

Philadelphia Orchestra Ends Its Brief Strike

Musicians in the Philadelphia Orchestra play outside the Kimmel Center, the orchestra’s home, after going on strike Friday. The Philadelphia Orchestra ended a brief strike on Sunday, two days after its musicians sent a shock wave through the classical music world by walking off the job just before a season-opening gala.

For Orchestras in the U.S., So Much Depends on Their Communities’ Fortunes

The orchestra world’s Black Friday began on Sept. 30 with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra going on strike in the morning and ended across Pennsylvania that evening with the Philadelphia Orchestra walking out as patrons gathered for its opening-night gala. The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra musicians, who were already on strike, sent their support on Twitter.

Classical Music Magazine

Help Musicians to launch Northern Ireland brand

Help Musicians is to introduce a new brand in Northern Ireland next month.

Birmingham City University announces partnership with UK Music

Birmingham City University is to become one of the Music Academic Partnership‘s 11 member organisations. Run by UK Music, MAP offers training, placements and networking opportunities for individuals who want to build careers in music.

Scottish International Piano Competition 2017

The next edition of the Scottish International Piano Competition will take place 1-10 September 2017. Pianists aged 18-30 will compete for the £10,000 first prize, which carries with it the Frederic Lamond gold medal and an invitation to perform with the RSNO in 2018.

The Strad

Romanian cellist sustains injuries during police raid

A Romanian cellist jumped from his first floor window and sustained ‘multiple fractures’ as well as cancelled a forthcoming concert, during a police raid of his apartment block in Bucharest.

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Classical Music @ClassicalMusic_ .@BBCYoungMus finalist @JessGillamSax leads our brass and wind focus in CM October! http://ow.ly/WOE9304EtC4

ICSOM @ICSOM Philly Strike Ends! https://t.co/aIJp7RbKZG #ClassicalMusic #Symphony #Orchestra @POMusicians

Classic FM @ClassicFM Yesterday we lost a truly great conductor – tune in now for our tribute to Sir Neville Marriner…

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Photograph: BBC News/ AP

(Written on October 3, 2016 )