In today’s news, The Guardian announces Sofia Coppola’s first opera production, Jurassic Park is going to have its first UK orchestral screening & Warner Music ends lawsuit on “Happy Birthday”. Also, Berlin Philharmonics and other orchestras offer free concert tickets for refugees and helpers.
In a major coup for the venue, the American film director, along with costumes by Valentino will add allegria to a new production of Verdi’s classic
For the first time, British audiences will be able to watch Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park accompanied by a live orchestra
On the Richter scale of concert nerves, the celebrated cellist Steven Isserlis is registering dangerously high
Warner Music has reportedly agreed to a court settlement that will place ‘Happy Birthday’ in the public domain following a three-year legal battle with a filmmaker
Dan Russell, violinist and member of the Australian Art Quartet, is having electrodes taped to his arms and shoulders.
Drei Spitzenorchester in Berlin laden Flüchtlinge und ihre Helfer zu einem Konzert am 1. März ein
Das Versöhnungsgebet von Coventry kann künftig auch in Form einer Motette erklingen
Die amerikanische Filmemacherin Sofia Coppola gibt ihr Debüt als Opernregisseurin: Die 44-Jährige werde am Teatro dell’Opera di Roma Giuseppe Verdis “La Traviata” inszenieren
The Long Island Philharmonic has announced that it will shut down effective immediately.
Septime Webre has announced he will step down as artistic director of the Washington Ballet at the end of June