21st September: Musical Molecules, Australian Awards, and Comedy Central

Friday 21st September 2012


‘Elgar in Performance’ scheme helps stage rarely performed works 

Funds now being allocated for 2013 and beyond

Classic FM

Lang Lang to play at Glenn Gould’s birthday 

A host of performers, speakers, poets and Glenn Gould experts will gather this weekend to celebrate what would have been the pianist’s 80th birthday.

Violin dealer Machold admits embezzlement

Stradivarius dealer Dietmar Machold has admitted embezzlement as his trial for fraud begins in Austria.

Andrew Skeet on turning video game music into symphonic scores

With the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s help, Andrew Skeet has turned video game music into symphonic masterpieces. Classic FM’s Lucy Coward chatted to him about how he did it.

BBC Music Magazine

Musical molecules

Music created from movements of tiny particles

Classical Music Magazine

RFH organ a stage closer to completion

The central section of the Royal Festival Hall’s organ has been reinstalled after renovation as part of a long-term project to return the instrument to its full size

The Wall Street Journal (found on Musical Chairs)

Yundi Li Cancels Japan Tour Over China-Japan Row

The China-Japan territorial dispute has struck a sad chord for Japan’s classical music lovers.

Limelight Magazine

Daniel de Borah wins Australian National Piano Award

Daniel de Borah has won the Australian National Piano Award in Shepparton, with second place going to 21-year-old Nicholas Young and South Australian Michael Ierace coming third.

LA Times 

Itzhak Perlman joins Stephen Colbert on Comedy Central

Violinst Itzhak Perlman took a break from his performance schedule this week to put in a guest appearance on Comedy Central’s “The Colbert Report.”

LA Times