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In today’s news: a closer look at Classic FM, the numbers are in for British music exports, the winners of the Gilmore Young Artist Awards have been announced, Facebook is negotiating with the music industry, Cardiff doesn’t want to be European Capital of Culture anymore and a nude violinist raises body awareness. also in the news: a street artists who turns to opera, no winners at the ARD Violin competition and Silbermann Tage have opened in Saxonia.

The Guardian

Classic FM at 25: The sweet sound of success

When it launched 25 years ago, no-one would have predicted that Classic FM would become the UK’s biggest commercial radio station. John Crace goes behind the scenes to find out why Titanic is in, but Gilbert and Sullivan are out

Classical Music Magazine

British recorded music exports at highest level since 2000

British recorded music exports have risen to their highest levels this century, the BPI (British Phonographic Industry) has announced.

2018 Gilmore Young Artists announced

Pianists Wei Luo and Elliot Wuu have been named as recipients of the 2018 Gilmore Young Artist Awards.

The Telegraph

Facebook to pay music industry millions in royalty fees to protect its users from breaking copyright

Facebook is to pay millions in royalty fees to the music industry to protect its users from copyright violation when they upload videos that contain illegal uses of songs.

BBC News

Cardiff pulls out of European Capital of Culture race

Cardiff has ruled itself out of bidding to become European Capital of Culture 2023.

Limelight

Violinist skydives nude for men’s body image awareness

Australian violinist Glen Donnelly played Vaughan Williams’ The Lark Ascending as he fell 15,000 feet in his birthday suit.

Washington Post

This legendary street artist has done walls, shoes and Bieber albums. Now he’s trying opera.

What you see, on the white wall, are elegant sweeping marks, a script you can’t quite make out or have forgotten to learn. What the artist hears is music. His name is Marquis Lewis, better known as Retna […]

BR Klassik

ARD-MUSIKWETTBEWERB 2017 FINALE VIOLINE

Kein erster Preis wurde im Fach Violine vergeben. Ein zweiter Preis ging jeweils an den Italiener Andrea Obiso und Sarah Christian aus Deutschland, die auch den Publikumspreis erhielt.

Codex Flores

Rein durch Gedankenkraft komponieren

Forschende der TU Graz entwickeln ein Brain-Computer-Interface (BCI), mit dem sich durch Gedankenkraft Musik komponieren lässt: Aus einer BCI-Methode, die hauptsächlich zum Buchstabieren dient, hat das Team eine entsprechende Anwendung entwickelt.

Musik Heute

Silbermann Tage in Freiberg eröffnet

Wenige Tage nach der Wiedereröffnung des Wohn- und Arbeitshauses von Gottfried Silbermann (1683-1753) haben am Mittwoch in Freiberg (Landkreis Mittelsachsen) die Silbermann-Tage zu Ehren des berühmten Orgelbauers begonnen.

Twitter 

Music History‏ @today_classical

in 1922 FP of Sir Arthur ‘ Colour Symphony in England.

Gottfried Silbermann (1683-17539)

(Written on September 7, 2017 )

In today’s news: a new music video by Luca D’Alberto uses drones to offer unique views of Berlin, reminiscing over the inaugural concert of the Vienna Philharmonic, and a look into how an independent guitar maker survives despite the increase of internet shopping and mass production. Grime artists may be unfairly targeted by the Metropolitan police through their use of a risk-assessment form, and the new Tinder Opera plays with modern technology and our ability to interact within relationships.

The New York Times

Finally Returning Bernstein’s Overdue Mahler

It was more than 50 years overdue, but Leonard Bernstein’s score of Mahler’s “Das Lied von der Erde” was finally returned to the Vienna Philharmonic on Tuesday.

NPR Music

The Tinder Opera’ Creators Hope You Swipe Right On Online Opera

The first opera hit the stage over 400 years ago. More recently, the art form has been adapted to modern media: In the 1920s and ’30s, operas were written to be performed on the radio, and in 1951, NBC commissioned Gian Carlo Menotti to compose Amahl And The Night Visitors for television. Now, a company called Rainy Park Opera is creating operas for the internet.

Classical Music Magazine

Medieval carol set to music for first time in 500 years

The first musical setting of the Medieval carol ‘Be Mery’ since the Reformation will be the soundtrack to a new English Heritage exhibition in the gatehouse of Battle Abbey.

The Guardian

Culture minister says Met’s 696 form discriminates against grime artists

Matt Hancock warns that controversial risk-assessment may damage London’s night-time economy and stifle young musicians.

Broadwayworld

100 Year Old Conductor, Maestro Anton Coppola to Lead Opera Tampa in Concert, 3/25

Coppola Conducts: 100 Years Young. This concert on March 25th will be presented by Opera Tampa, the company for which Coppola was the founding Artistic Director.

I Care If You Listen

Experimental Opera Hopscotch on The Industry Records

Hopscotch is a completely different kind of album experience! After all, it is the result of a totally new way at looking at opera as envisioned by Yuval Sharon. Sharon is the founder and artistic director of The Industry, a Los Angeles-based company that looks to promote experimental music productions and change the concept of the traditional opera experience.

France Musique

Christophe Ghristi prend la direction artistique du théâtre du Capitole de Toulouse

Le dramaturge Christophe Ghristi retrouve Toulouse en étant nommé directeur artistique du théâtre du Capitole, 8 ans après avoir quitté le même poste. Il succède à Frédéric Chambert et prendra en charge la programmation lyrique et chorégraphique de l’institution.

El Mundo

La Academia Sueca desconoce si Bob Dylan acudirá a la conferencia para recibir los 900.000 dólares del Nobel

El artista actuará en Estocolmo, y la institución comunica que no ha tenido ninguna conversación telefónica con Bob Dylan en los últimos meses. Si no lo hace antes del 10 de junio, perderá la dotación económica

Musik Express

Drohnen-Musikvideo von Luca D’Alberto fängt die Schönheit Berlins ein

Videopremiere: Multiinstrumentalist Luca D’Alberto zeigt in „Endless“ Berlins nur scheinbar kühle Seite. Der Song packt aber auch ohne seine Bilder.

Faz

Das Gespür für die richtige Saite

In einer Zeit, in der viele Fachgeschäfte schließen und immer mehr online abläuft, geht Martin Meckbach einem traditionellen Handwerk nach: dem Bauen und Reparieren von Gitarren.

Deutschland Radio

Vor 175 Jahren: Das erste Konzert der Wiener Philharmoniker

Die Wiener Philharmoniker gehören zu den besten Orchestern der Welt. Tickets für ihre Konzerte im Goldenen Saal des Musikvereins sind heiß umkämpft. Die Geburt des Ensembles war ein Konzert am 28. März 1842.

Berliner Zeitung

Ed Sheeran Konzert Der junge Mann ohne Eigenschaften

Sheeran sang gemeinsam mit den Leuten seine Lieder

Twitter

Classical Music News Durham Brass Festival 2017

BR_KLASSIK  #Brexit zwingt EU-Barockorchester zum Umzug

Classical Music News  Musicians’ Union announces next general secretary

Music History‏   in 1879 FP of Bedrich ‘s String Quartet in e minor.

Image: NPR

Tenor Scott Joiner and mezzo-soprano Viktoria Falcone try to find love via Tinder in a still from Connection Lost: The Tinder Opera.

 

(Written on March 29, 2017 )

The Guardian

Pet Shop Boys, CBeebies and Military Wives among Proms debuts

Other highlights of this year’s BBC Proms season include the Berlin Philharmonic, Budapest Festival Orchestra, and the return of both Daniel Barenboim and Marin Alsop, announces outgoing director Roger Wright

The Telegraph

Proms 2014: Top ten concerts

As this summer’s BBC Proms programme is announced, Ivan Hewett selects the best concerts

Classic FM

Classical music street art

Sometimes our favourite music pops up in the most unlikely places. Discover the most beautiful classical music-inspired street art.

Classical Music Magazine

Music education campaigning steps up as councils pressured out of supporting music 

A consultation document on local education funding shows that central government expects local government to cease funding music in English schools from 2016.

Limelight Magazine

Dame Kiri’s final bow?

The opera star writes exclusively for Limelight about ending her stage career and the good times ahead.

Die Welt

Johann Sebastian Bach – Fetischist der Vierzehn

König David hat Bach berufen: Bei der Zahlenmystik des größten Barockkomponisten lassen sich Wahrheit und Legende längst nicht mehr unterscheiden. Das lehrt effektvoll eine Ausstellung in Eisenach.

Tagesspiegel

Die Pläne der Philharmoniker: Proben für die neue Zeit

Brahms, Schumann, Sibelius: Die Berliner Philharmoniker stellen ihre Saison 2014/15 vor – und gründen ein eigenes Label.

Washington Post

After longest labor dispute in U.S. orchestral history, Osmo Vänskä considers his options 

For the musicians of the National Symphony Orchestra, Osmo Vänskä, the Finnish conductor who will lead them in three performances this week, is a welcome returnee, a once-frequent visitor to the Kennedy Center podium coming back for the first time since 2007.

Classical News on Twitter

the listener: ‏@inthetheatre  Ben Heppner, star tenor, announces retirement from singing | @scoopit http://sco.lt/6epEob 

Worcester News: ‏@worcesternews Elgar’s music to feature heavily during BBC Proms 2014: THE BBC’s annual celebration of classical music comes … http://bit.ly/1icN30e 

BBC Music Magazine:@MusicMagazine Six of the best musical settings of Romeo and Juliet to celebrate the Bard’s 450th | HappyBirthdayShakespeare http://www.classical-music.com/article/six-best-musical-settings-shakespeares-romeo-and-juliet …

CM editors:@ClassicalMusic Michael Dervan has some interesting thoughts on Lang Lang – he’d like to see him tackle contemporary music http://www.irishtimes.com/culture/the-low-down-on-lang-lang-and-how-china-will-change-music-1.1770190?page=1 …

Gramophone:@GramophoneMag Mark-Anthony Turnage’s Undance: from the stage to recording studio  http://www.gramophone.co.uk/blog/gramophone-guest-blog/tracing-the-evolution-of-a-new-ballet …

The Guardian

The Guardian

(Written on April 25, 2014 )