iPhone maker will use iAd service to sell ads on streaming music service that is expected to be announced at WWDC
Opera Australia has announced that Richard Mills, conductor of its monumental Melbourne Ring Cycle Melbourne Ring Cycle, is withdrawing from the project after weeks of rehearsals, citing a lack of ‘unity of vision’.
The appeal follows the sacking of the head of the Cairo Opera and subsequent demonstrations by its staff and cast. Artists are now speaking of a jihad (holy war) against the arts.
We thought you’d enjoy some more clips of Yuri Simonov in virtuosic action. We’re not suggesting every maestro should try this, but – if they could – wouldn’t they, just once in a while?
New York Times
Mr. Bertolozzi is in Paris harvesting sounds for a “public art installation”. His mission is to “play the Eiffel Tower”.
Daniel Hope’s acclaimed keynote speech about artists re-engaging their audience, the future of classical music and the virtuoso, and how more people must be given the opportunity to access, understand and enjoy classical music.
BBC Music Magazine
East Neuk Festival invites people to send in clips of birds singing for closing festival
Posters of classic artworks will be displayed across the country this summer in a bid to turn the UK into the “world’s largest art gallery”.