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In today’s news: Semperoper in Dresden to pay out 350,000€ to Serge Dorny. Dr. Dre hit with large legal pay out order over Beats headphones. Spotify to extend live performance streaming service. Piano lessons improve language ability as much as reading. Loud music in restaurants can make people choose unhealthy option. Bamberg Symphony continues tour in Japan. Association of British Orchestras’ Sirens scheme to promote women composers.

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Scheme to promote women composers returns for second year

The Association of British Orchestras’ Sirens scheme has announced its second year of awards for projects that raise awareness of historic women composers in orchestral programming.

Rhinegold

Tenebrae to give American choral music concert

Tenebrae are to give a concert of American choral music, as part of St John’s Smith Square’s Americana ’18 series.

Limelight

Piano lessons improve language ability as much as reading, study finds

A study of four to five-year-olds found piano training improved certain aspects of language development as much as – and in some areas more than – reading instruction.

Telegraph

Watch Madama Butterfly from Glyndebourne 

Watch Glyndebourne Festival Opera’s critically acclaimed production of Madama Butterfly for free on the Telegraph website.

BBC News

Dr Dre hit with $25m bill for Beats headphones

Dr Dre and music mogul Jimmy Iovine have been ordered to pay $25.2m (£19.2m) to a former partner in their headphone company, Beats.

Rolling Stone

The Biggest New Artist on Tour in 2018 Is… Spotify

Streaming service is turning playlists into tours as it takes on more of the music industry

Music Week

‘It is absolutely a hot issue for the industry’: PRS For Music’s Paul Dilorito on how metadata can grow the biz

PRS For Music likes to think of itself as being at the cutting-edge of technology, so it’s understandably proud of its new deal with Swedish metadata platform Auddly.

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Speis & Trank II: Laute Musik in Restaurants verführt zu ungesundem Essen

Amerikanischen und schwedischen Forschern des Muma College of Business in Florida zufolge beeinflusst die Lautstärke der Hintergrundmusik in Restaurants die Auswahl des Essens.

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Semperoper Dresden: Einigung im Fall Dorny

Im juristischen Streit zwischen dem Opernintendanten Serge Dorny und dem Freistaat Sachsen haben sich beide Seiten auf einen Vergleich geeinigt. Wie das sächsische Kunstministerium am Freitag in Dresden mitteilte, wird Dorny eine Zahlung von 350.000 Euro bekommen.

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Seelennahrung für Jung und Alt

“Wenn ältere Menschen nicht mehr so mobil sind, um ins Konzert zu gehen, dann müssen wir uns eben bewegen”, findet Hanno Dönneweg, Solo-Fagottist im SWR Symphonieorchester. Er und Musikvermittlerin Jasmin Bachmann brachten Kinder und Senioren mit Musik außerhalb des Konzertsaals zusammen.

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La Sinfónica de Bamberg, de gira por Japón con su titular Jakub Hrůša

Desde el pasado día 25 de junio la Sinfónica de Bamberg está de gira por Japón, en una tournée que incluye cuatro conciertos en algunos de los principales escenarios nipones.

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Olga Busuioc and Joshua Guerrero in Madama Butterfly (c) Alastair Muir

(Written on June 29, 2018 )

In today’s news: Dartington announces 70th anniversary programme, British Museum to host first major music festival, Deezer partners with Amazon, Serge Dorny to become director of Bavarian State Opera in Munich, Irish festival organiser Eamonn Quinn awarded Belmont Prize, leaked Apple email sparks fears over future of music downloads, and more.

Classic Music

Dartington announces 70th anniversary programme

Dartington International Summer School & Festival has announced the programme for its 70th anniversary season, which features 100 concerts.

British Museum to host first major music festival

The museum will open its galleries for a festival of musical performance from 16–29 April 2018.

The Telegraph

‘Music is a valuable tool, but calling it a human right is ridiculous’

Music has always been known as a good thing. But now it seems that music is more than that – it’s a human right.

Music Week

Deezer partners with Amazon Alexa

Deezer has partnered with Amazon to make the streaming platform compatible with Alexa voice control in 66 countries.

Metro

Leaked Apple email sparks fears over future of music downloads

Apple has written a letter to the music industry which has sparked fears it’s planning to kill off iTunes.

The New York Times

Time’s Up Co-Founder Will Head Recording Academy Task Force on Diversity

In the days following the Grammy Awards in January, as the president of the Recording Academy, Neil Portnow, came under fire for saying that women in music should „step up“ to advance their careers, the academy announced the formation of a task force to examine its practices — but gave no details about who would run it, or what exactly it would do.

Frankfurter Allgemeine

Serge Dorny wird Intendant

Die Nachfolge von Nikolaus Bachler und Kirill Petrenko an der Bayerischen Staatsoper ist geklärt. Zum September 2021 kommen Serge Dorny und Vladimir Jurowski nach München.

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Russisch-bulgarisches Liedduo gewinnt Wettbewerb ‘Franz Schubert und die Musik der Moderne’

Beim Wettbewerb ‘Franz Schubert und die Musik der Moderne’ in Graz war ein Duo der Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt Weimar erfolgreich: Der Bassbariton Mikhail Timoshenko (Russland) und die Pianistin Elitsa Desseva (Bulgarien) gewannen den mit 9.000 Euro dotierten 1. Preis.

Rektorin der Dresdner Musikhochschule zurückgetreten

Wegen ihrer Wahl zur Rektorin war 2015 der Hochschulrat der Hochschule für Musik in Dresden geschlossen zurückgetreten. Jetzt ist Judith Schinker selber zurückgetreten.

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Irischer Festivalmacher Eamonn Quinn bekommt hochdotierten Preis

Der irische Festivalmacher Eamonn Quinn, Kurator und Begründer von LCMS Louth Contemporary Music Society in Dundalk, bekommt den mit 20 000 Euro dotierten Belmont-Preis der Forberg-Schneider-Stiftung.

Klassik Heute

Neuer Konzertchef für die Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg

Die Stiftung Mozarteum hat einen neuen Konzertchef. Andreas Fladvad-Geier, derzeit Leitender Opern- und Ballettreferent am Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, wird seine Position in Salzburg mit 1. Juli 2018 antreten.

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(Written on March 7, 2018 )

Classical News

In today’s classical news, Classical:NEXT accepts proposals for its next global gathering, Sally Beamish speaks about how the theft of her viola turned her into a composer, and 300-year-old violin taken from London train is recovered safely. Also, Gramophone becomes Apple Music curator, and world-renowned theremin virtuosa Carolina Eyck & ACME releases new album.

International Arts Manager

Classical:NEXT on the look out for ‘wow’ moments

Classical:NEXT has put out a call for proposals for its next global gathering. All suggestions for ‘artists, project pitches and conference sessions’ can now be submitted for free through the Classical:NEXT website.

The Guardian

Sally Beamish: how the theft of my viola turned me into a composer

Losing one voice helped Sally Beamish find another. Two decades later she has come full circle. She tells how her daughter, her mentor Peter Maxwell Davies – and a blackbird – have inspired her new work, and her own return to playing.

The Strad

300-year-old violin taken from London train is recovered safely

The Maggini instrument, beloning to Baroque musician Jane Gordon, was taken from the overhead luggage rack of the train from London Waterloo.

Gramophone

Gramophone becomes Apple Music curator

Having championed the latest listening technology for nearly a century, Gramophone’s new relationship with Apple Music – a music streaming service which now boasts over 15 million subscribers – is a natural next step.

The New York Times

Beyoncé Shares V.M.A. Red Carpet With Mothers of Black Lives Matter

At the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday, Beyoncé made one of the few coherent political statements of the night when she invited the mothers of four black men killed in racially charged episodes to join her on the red carpet.

Broadwayworld

Carolina Eyck and ACME to Release FANTASIAS FOR THEREMIN AND STRING QUARTET Recording

World-renowned theremin virtuosa Carolina Eyck and American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME) will release Fantasias for Theremin and String Quartet on October 14, 2016 via Butterscotch Records.

The Boston Musical Intelligencer

Restoring a Classic Broadway Score

Performing classic Broadway musicals with a full orchestra returns them to their original symphonic splendor. Because of the decreasing size of pits and budgets, many first-rate theater companies now use scaled-down instrumental forces when producing musicals.

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Theater Cottbus: Besucherzuwachs trotz weniger Veranstaltungen

Ob Musical, Meisterchoreografie oder Konzert: Das Staatstheater Cottbus kann sich über eine große Publikumsgunst freuen. In der vergangenen Spielzeit kamen 135 510 Besucher.

Der Tagesspiegel

Alles hört auf ihr Kommando

Das Klassikfestival in Luzern rückt eine aufstrebende Berufsgruppe in den Mittelpunkt: Dirigentinnen.

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Freistaat Sachsen beugt sich Urteil im Fall Semperoper / Dorny

Der Freistaat Sachsen verzichtet in der juristischen Auseinandersetzung mit dem vor seinem Amtsantritt fristlos entlassenen Semperoper-Intendanten Serge Dorny auf die Anrufung der nächsten Instanz.

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BBC Radio 3 @BBCRadio3 “We shall not cease from exploration…” A pilgrimage into poetry + music:

nmz @musikzeitung Anna Netrebko in : Klangkunst, Kleider, Küsse: Hamburg – Mit brausendem Beifall und…

klassik.com @klassikcom Rheingau mit positiver Bilanz

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Primadonna risoluta. Barbara Hannigan conducts the Mahler Chamber Orchestra. Credit: Peter Fischli/Lucerne Festival

(Written on August 29, 2016 )

Classical News

In our news today, the National Youth Choir of Great Britain will embark on its first tour to China in August, Pavarotti’s widow tells Trump to stop using Nessun Dorma at rallies, and Sir Roger Norrington celebrates the unorthodox at the Proms. Also, Louisville Orchestra appoints new concertmaster and assistant concertmaster, and Gstaad Menuhin Festival presents plans for new concert hall.

Classical Music Magazine

National Youth Choir to embark on first China tour

The National Youth Choir of Great Britain will embark on its first tour to China in August. For its first intercontinental tour in seven years, the 100-strong ensemble will perform in Tianjin, Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong.

Chi-chi Nwanoku and Aaron Dworkin receive honorary Trinity Laban fellowships

The honours were presented at the Sphinx Global Symposium on Diversity in Classical Music at the Southbank Centre on 18 July.

Classic FM

Pavarotti’s widow tells Trump to stop using Nessun Dorma at rallies

Nicoletta Mantovani warns Republican presidential candidate: ‘The values of brotherhood that Luciano Pavarotti upheld throughout his career are incompatible with the world vision of Donald Trump.’

The Guardian

Sir Roger Norrington: ‘I’m against music being handed down from on high’

No vibrato, principal violinists facing each other, audiences encouraged to applaud between movements … the great conductor celebrates the unorthodox at the Proms this week

The Strad

Louisville Orchestra appoints new concertmaster and assistant concertmaster

The Louisville Orchestra under music director Teddy Abrams has appointed two new violinists to leadership positions – Gabriel  Lefkowitz is the ensemble’s new concertmaster, while Julia Noone is new assistant concertmaster.

‘Teachers should adapt their methods to students’ individual techniques,’ says cellist Sol Gabetta

The Strad’s August 2016 cover star on the importance of being adaptable as a teacher

International Arts Manager

Battle of the Somme remembered

Benjamin Ellin’s new composition One Before Zero will be performed at Maison de la Culture in Amiens, France, to mark the 100-year anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.

BR Klassik

60 Jahre Gstaad Menuhin Festival – Vom Konzertzelt zur Kristallgrotte

Als Yehudi Menuhin vor 60 Jahren Benjamin Britten und Peter Pears zu einem Konzert nach Gstaad einlud, ahnte niemand, dass sich daraus einmal eines der traditionsreichsten europäischen Festivals entwickeln sollte.

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Musikalisch zukunftsweisend – Preisträgerkonzert des Bundeswettbewerbs Jugend komponiert

Am Freitag, 5. August, sind in der Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main Stücke junger Komponisten zu hören und zu erleben. Die 13 Jugendlichen sind Preisträger des diesjährigen Bundeswettbewerbs Jugend komponiert.

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Gericht: Kündigung des Semperoper-Intendanten Serge Dorny nicht rechtmäßig

Oberlandesgericht Dresden weist Berufung zurück und bestätigt vorheriges Urteil

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Aldeburgh AYM @AYM_Snape Fancy an intimate evening of music in an old Victorian pumphouse on the edge of a marsh?

nmz @musikzeitung In teilweise neuen Besetzungen und mit neuem Dirigenten: „Das Rheingold“ in : Die…

WDR3 @wdr3 Gibt’s einfach nur mehr Geld? Land NRW will Künstler individueller fördern – Gespräch mit Dieter Gorny

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The National Youth Choir of Great Britain will embark on its first tour to China in August. Photo credit: Ben Tomlin

(Written on July 27, 2016 )

Classical Music Magazine

English National Opera to branch out into musical theatre

English National Opera ENO has announced it will be opening its doors to the world of musical theatre as part of company plans to create a ‘sustainable future’

Classic FM 

Colorado Symphony Orchestra announce ‘bring your own cannabis’ concerts

The Colorado Symphony Orchestra will be appearing at a new series of concerts entitled ‘Classically Cannabis: The High Note Series’, where attendees are encouraged to bring their own marijuana.

Ed Balls on passing Grade 3 piano: “It’s pretty stressful”

Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has revealed what it was like to pass his Grade 3 piano exam last week, describing the experience as “stressful”.

Guardian

Opera North announce first Poppea and departure of music director Farnes

Opera company reveals plans for new Mozart, Verdi and Monteverdi, while Richard Farnes’s tenure is to culminate in summer 2016 with a series of complete Ring cycles in concert stagings

What has science got in common with opera? Oil

As a new graphic from Platform London demonstrates, oil money flows through science in culture. Alice Bell asks if we should be concerned.

El Pais

Opera singer Montserrat Caballé under scrutiny for tax evasion

Spain’s most famous soprano allegedly failed to pay €500,000 in income tax in 2010.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 

Britten in Lyon: Wie uns die Oper in den Wahnsinn treiben kann

Mit drei Musikthrillern von Benjamin Britten verführt Serge Dorny das Publikum in Lyon. Das Oper-für-alle-Konzept macht Paris zur Musikprovinz.

Die Welt

Montserrat Caballé hat 500.000 Euro Steuerschulden

In Spanien ist der 81-jährige Opernstar Montserrat Caballé eine Institution. Ihren Wohnsitz hat sie aber im Steuerparadies Andorra. Da war sie zu selten. Ihre Steuerschuld: einer halbe Million Euro.

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Cellist in progress

Es gibt kaum ein Thema, über das man mit Daniel Müller-Schott nicht reden kann. Hier spricht er über …

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Ungebrochener Elan – Karl Jenkins hat für “Motetten” seine schönsten Werke umarrangiert

Karl Jenkins hat anlässlich seines 70. Geburtstags seine schönsten Werke für den Chor Polyphony umarrangiert. Sein neues Album “Motetten” ist von erhabener und zeitloser Schönheit.

Classicalite

Classical Music in Mad Men

AMC’s Mad Men’ is More Than Just Brilliant Television, Chopin and Beethoven Are Important Musical Devices for the Show’s Demographic

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Royal Philharmonic @rpoonline #Classical season 2014/15 @southbankcentre: Pinchas Zukerman conducts Beethoven’s ‘Choral’ Symphony on Mon 27 Oct http://www.rpo.co.uk/event.php?pid=1597

Making Music UK@MakingMusic_UK Contemporary classical composers producing pieces for mobile phone alerts: http://ow.ly/whxko

Corinne Morris@corinnemorris The Raphael Sommer Foundation (he was my cello teacher) awards scholarships for undergrad. students. Find out more: http://www.raphaelsommer.com

The Royal Opera@TheRoyalOpera What do you think is #ROHfigaro’s musical highlight? So many moments to choose from, but if we had to choose… http://www.roh.org.uk/news/le-nozze-di-figaro-musical-highlight-the-sextet-riconosci-in-questo-amplesso

 

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The Guardian

(Written on May 1, 2014 )