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In today’s news: Sir Simon Ratlle receives standing ovation in farewell concert. Baritone Barry McDaniel has passed away. Christoph Eschenbach to become director of Berlin Koncerthaus orchestra. Stuttgart Opera to run in Baden-Baden Festspielhaus during repairs to opera house.  Film about St Mary’s Music School in Edinburgh released. 1783 ‘Le Nozze di Figaro’ manuscript remains unsold after auction in Paris. Danielle de Niese talks about women composers ahead of BBC documentary.

Rhinegold

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra announces new young conductor in association

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (BSO) has announced Marta Gardolińska as Leverhulme young conductor in association.

Rhinegold

Nicola Benedetti and Steven Isserlis in new film by Scotland’s St Mary’s Music School

Scotland’s national music school, St Mary’s in Edinburgh, has released a new short film in which the world-class musicians tutor pupils from the school.

Engadget.uk

Four problems YouTube Music will face in the UK

The worst-kept secret in music is out, and Google has now released YouTube Music and YouTube Premium in 11 more countries. But despite being in the streaming music game for quite a while, the company is almost going to have to start fresh in several places, including the UK.

The Guardian

Women composers: why are so many voices still silent?

Extraordinary talents are missing from our musical lives. Ahead of a BBC documentary, the singer and presenter Danielle de Niese wonders why, still, we hear so little of our greatest female composers

Limelight

Australia Council announces new UKARIA residency recipients

The Australia Council has announced that Queensland-based composer Gordon Hamilton and beatboxer Tom Thum (for whom Hamilton wrote his Concerto for Beatboxer and Orchestra) will be the first artistic team to take up a new residency at the UKARIA Cultural Centre in the Adelaide Hills.

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

Ovationen für scheidenden Philharmoniker-Chef Rattle

16 Jahre lang war Sir Simon Rattle Chefdirigent bei den Berliner Philharmonikern. Jetzt hört der 63-Jährige auf – und bekommt noch einen ganz besonderen Abschied.

klassik.com

Bariton Barry McDaniel gestorben

Der US-amerikanische Opernsänger Barry McDaniel ist im Alter von 87 Jahren in Berlin gestorben. Einer Pressemeldung der Deutschen Oper in Berlin zufolge verstarb der Bariton nach langer Krankheit.

Welt

Eschenbach wird Chefdirigent am Konzerthaus

Ein starkes Signal: Der renommierte Dirigent und Pianist Christoph Eschenbach wird das Konzerthausorchester leiten.

Musik Heute

Oper Stuttgart soll im Festspielhaus Baden-Baden spielen

Bei der Suche nach einer Interimsspielstätte für die Stuttgarter Oper hat der CDU-Bezirksverband Nordbaden eine ungewöhnliche Idee geäußert: Während der erwarteten Bauzeit von fünf bis sieben Jahren könnte die Stuttgarter Oper doch im Festspielhaus in Baden-Baden spielen, schlug der Bezirkschef und Landwirtschaftsminister Peter Hauk am Mittwoch vor.

Platea

Un manuscrito de “Le nozze di Figaro” no encuentra comprador en su primera subasta en París

El pasado miércoles París acogió la primera subasta de un manuscrito autógrafo de Mozart para el último acto de Le nozze di Figaro. Dicha subasta quedó desierta, al no encontrarse comprador.

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Barry McDaniel, © Kranichphoto

(Written on June 21, 2018 )

In today’s news: Egyptian singer sentenced to two years in prison for “inciting debauchery”, ballet about Rudolf Nureyev debuts five months later than planned, music startup Beatroot falls into liquidation. Also, sexual allegations affecting classical music industry, New York Philharmonic raises $50m for launch fund and Opera Stuttgart intending to attract the younger generation.

BBC News

Nureyev debuts but director still under arrest

A ballet about the famous Soviet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, who defected to the West has premiered – five months later than planned.

The Telegraph

Egyptian singer Shyma sent to prison for two years over ‘explicit’ music video of her eating a banana

An Egyptian pop singer has been sentenced to two years in prison for “inciting debauchery” after a music video showing her suggestively eating a banana was ruled to be too sexually explicit.

Forward

Should James Levine’s Alleged Sexual Abuse Make Us Reconsider His Music?

By now, the question is familiar: How should those who distribute and consume art deal with the artistic legacy of someone accused of sexual harassment and assault?

Slate

Advocates Have Found Five Qualities Associated With Sexual Violence. The Classical Music World Hits Four of Them.

Last week, the American sex abuse crisis reached the most elite and rarefied echelon of “entertainment”: the opera house. And while most Americans may never have seen The Marriage of Figaro, the classical music field is a surprisingly tidy case study in the environmental factors that make sexual abuse—and its cover-up—possible.

Music Business Worldwide

UK Music Startup Beatroot Falls Into Liquidation

British music tech startup Beatroot has ceased trading.

The New York Times

The Philharmonic, Under New Management, Raises $50 Million — Fast

In a show of donor confidence in its new leadership, the deficit-challenged New York Philharmonic announced Tuesday that it had raised $50 million to help it balance its budgets in the coming seasons as it rolls out its next music director, Jaap van Zweden.

Kulturradio rbb

Soziale Lage von Lehrkräften an deutschen Musikschulen ist “desaströs” 

Ihnen geht es immer schlechter, so das Ergebnis einer bundesweiten Studie der Gewerkschaft ver.di.

Klassik.Com

Theaterreform in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern im Winterschlaf?

Der Theaterreform in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern ist ins Stocken geraten. Eigentlich sollten die Theater Stralsund, Greifswald, Neubrandenburg und Neustrelitz ab 2018 unter gemeinsamem Dach als Staatstheater Nordost zusammengeführt werden.

Musik Heute

Stuttgarter Oper will sich mehr für Schüler öffnen

Die Stuttgarter Oper will sich künftig stärker öffnen – vor allem für junge Besucher.

Le Monde

Les raisons de l’alliance entre Tencent et Spotify dans le streaming musical

Le leader chinois du secteur et le champion suédois ont échangé des participations pour lancer une collaboration renforcée.

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  Entries are open for 24 categories in the Music Week Awards 2018 and the deadline is now less than a month away

Image: Jaap van Zweden at Avery Fisher Hall © Classical Music/Chris Lee

(Written on December 13, 2017 )