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Telegraph

Parents think classical music is ‘elitist’ and only listen to pop

These days it is children who introduce classical music to their parents, says former Royal Harpist Catrin Finch

Daniel Harding: conductor on a mission to revive the classical concert

British conductor Daniel Harding has recruited the TV physicist Brian Cox and other famous thinkers to revolutionise the concert-going experience

Classic FM

Lindsey Stirling to join Andrea Bocelli on UK tour

Violinist and internet sensation Lindsey Stirling has been announced as special guest for Andrea Bocelli‘s November UK & Ireland arena tour.

The Strad

Former Chetham’s School of Music violin teacher charged with rape and indecent assault

The charges against Wen Zhou Li, who also taught at the Royal Northern College of Music, date back to the 1990s

Classical Source

London Philharmonic Orchestra and Vladimir Jurowski extend partnership

The London Philharmonic Orchestra is delighted to announce that its long-standing and celebrated partnership with Vladimir Jurowski, Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor, will continue until at least 2018.

The Stage

Online arts channel to be launched with arts council backing

A new on-demand channel for the arts is to be launched with £1.8 million of funding from Arts Council England.

Pizzicato

Atlanta Symphony President Resigns During Lockout

The President of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Stanley Romanstein, has resigned, mentioning that his leadership would be an “impediment” to reaching a new labor agreement with the symphony’s locked out musicians.

Die Zeit

Bayerische Staatsoper zur Oper des Jahres gewählt

Musikkritiker aus Europa und den USA haben das Musikhaus erstmals auf Platz eins ihrer Bestenliste gehoben. Ausschlaggebend war die Arbeit des Generalmusikdirektors

Musik-heute

Komponistin Milica Djordjević erhält Belmont-Preis für zeitgenössische Musik

Mit ihr werde eine der interessantesten Komponistinnen der jüngeren Generation ausgezeichnet, teilte die Forberg-Schneider-Stiftung am Montag mit.

Codexflores

Machtkämpfe bei Radio France

Beim Orchestre philarmonique de Radio France wird nach einer Ankündigung der Gewerkschaften Sud und CGT am 3. Oktober gestreikt. Zum Opfer fällt der Massnahme ein Konzert im Salle Pleyel. Protestiert wird gegen die Umstände beim Abgang des künstlerischen Leiters des Kultursenders.

ORF.AT

Dirigenten-Eklat: Meyer sieht Mitschuld

In der Staatsoper gibt man sich nach den jüngsten Turbulenzen um Dirigenten-Absagen und Sänger-Probleme vor der „Idomeneo“-Premiere am kommenden Sonntag entspannt. Gleichzeitig gestand Direktor Dominique Meyer eine Mitschuld ein.

ArtsATL

Breaking News: ASO’s Stanley Romanstein resigns; former Coke executive appointed interim CEO

Stanley Romanstein has resigned as president and CEO of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, effective immediately, the latest casualty of the acrimonious relationship between the orchestra musicians and its management, which led to a lockout four weeks long.

The New York Times

Austerity Leads Ensemble to Adapt

William Christie and Les Arts Florissants in Season of Change

Classicalite

Classical Musicians Said To Create “Peaceful Atmosphere” For Occupy Central Demonstrators

Occupy Central is underway in China and amid threats from the government to lay siege, protestors and organizers have tried to remain optimistic and calm.

Twitter

Royal Albert Hall @RoyalAlbertHall: See photos, setlist and more from Friday night’s acoustic @jason_mraz show at the Hall: bit.ly/1sLAP5n

Wigmore Hall @wigmore_hall: “The key is to figure out what you’re contributing,” @JoshuaBellMusic on playing chamber music http://n.pr/1DSR6Z9 

Benjamin Britten @BrittenOfficial: On @BBCInTune today @suzyklein has 10 quirky facts about ‘Storm’ from Britten’s 4 Sea Interludes, part of 10 Pieces: bbc.in/1lrlo8j

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Lindsey Stirling. Photo: Classic FM

(Written on September 30, 2014 )

Classic FM

Mark Bebbington completes his John Ireland journey 

Pianist’s fourth instalment in his Ireland series uncovers previously unheard material from new transcriptions.

John Williams to be honoured at Classic BRITs 

Williams will be given the Lifetime Achievement Award alongside performances from Andre Rieu, Nicola Benedetti and Andrea Bocelli.

BBC Music Magazine 

Julian Bliss 

Rebecca Franks talks to the British clarinettist on his latest album.

Arts Journal- Slipped Disc 

The Doctor who has put Atlanta into intensive care 

‘Stanley Romanstein likes to be addressed as Doctor’

Vienna concert planned for kidnapped Mexico conductor 

‘While the music world fiddles the summer away, a conductor has been held hostage in Mexico for more than a year…’

Facebook page opened for Guarnerius held hostage by Germans 

Japanese supporters of Yuzuko Horigome have launched a Facebook petition in an effort to persuade the German Customs authorities to give her back the precious Guarnerius they seized at Frankfurt last weekend while she was in transit from Tokyo to Brussels.

Good News: Charles Ives’s house ‘will be saved from demolition’ 

The fight to save the heritage home succeeds.

The Telegraph 

Stockhausen’s Mittwoch Aus Licht: Opera with real altitude 

An opera with musicians in helicopters and in mid air, seagull noises and a camel.

(Written on August 21, 2012 )