In today’s news: BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) have announced ten academics selected for the 2017 New Generation Thinkers scheme, and the Edinburgh International Festival has announced the programme for its 70th anniversary season. A portait of 25-year old cellist Harriet Krijgh, and the New York Philharmonic announced next president and chief executive officer: Deborah Borda, and conductor Kurt Masur wants the International Kurt-Masur-Institute to subsist for younger generations.
Classical Music Magazine
BBC Radio 3 and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) have announced ten academics selected for the 2017 New Generation Thinkers scheme.
The Edinburgh International Festival has announced the programme for its 70th anniversary season, which will take place 4-28 August.
Music Business Worldwide
Abbey Road Studios is bidding to attract “a whole new generation of artists” with a pair of new studios which open in London this week.
Three students will receive full scholarships for the school’s one-year postgraduate course, thanks to money from Disney Theatrical Productions.
Hier klopft nicht nur das Schicksal: Ein subjektives Listical unserer Lieblingspassagen der neun Sinfonien Beethovens.
In aller Bescheidenheit erarbeitet sich die 25-jährige Cellistin Harriet Krijgh großen Ruhm
Über Generationen hinweg war der Dirigent Kurt Masur mit seinem humanistischen Gedankengut ein wichtiger Impulsgeber. Seine Überzeugung will das Internationale Kurt-Masur-Institut auch für nachfolgende Generationen lebendig halten
Dirigent Teodor Currentzis mit MusicaAeterna im Konzerthaus
The New York Times
So it was nothing short of a coup for the troubled Philharmonic to announce on Wednesday that it had poached one of the most successful arts administrators in the nation to become its next president and chief executive officer: Deborah Borda
The Charlotte Observer
The answer for Black Violin has always been all of the above.