Australian Chamber Orchestra unveils interactive tablet experience
New musical experience involves screening a pre-recorded performance during which spectators use an app on a tablet console to control which musicians can be seen and heard.
Professional French Horn Players in Danger of Developing Noise-Induced Hearing Loss
A new study found new evidence that French horn players are one of the most at-risk groups of developing noise induced hearing loss among professional orchestral musicians.
The Star Tribune
Talks intensify as Minnesota Orchestra dispute faces weekend deadline
As the two sides engage in confidential talks, new private and public fundraising efforts are being explored as a bridge.
Why the early music movement got it wrong
Richard Egarr, the director of the Academy of Ancient music, talks to Ivan Hewett of new thinking on old composers.
Classical music is ‘all in the mind.’
A Brazilian computer scientist and composer has remixed Beethoven to try to demonstrate how individuals hear things in varying ways.
Charlotte Church to deliver BBC 6 Music Peel Lecture
Singer Charlotte Church will tackle the role of women in the music industry when she delivers BBC Radio 6 Music’s Peel Lecture next month.
Classical Music Magazine
Yamaha piano selection days: returning to Southbank, and coming to Liverpool
Following the success of last year’s Yamaha piano selection sessions initiative, at which Yamaha took over a section of London’s Southbank Centre to showcase its range of pianos to potential buyers, the company will be running sessions at the Southbank Centre on 11&12 October and at Liverpool’s St George’s Hall on 17&18 January 2014.
Hinterhäuser übernimmt Salzburger Festspiele
Die Salzburger Festspiele haben einen neuen Leiter: Ab 2017 führt Markus Hinterhäuser das renommierte Festival. Mit ihm soll wieder mehr Qualität kommen.