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Katya Kabanova Is Too Much Too Soon, Even for Juilliard's Singers

April 25, 2017 | George Loomis,
NEW YORK—Opera productions at music schools understandably search out repertoire that favors young voices. Mozart or Baroque or bel canto operas can be counted on, and creative administrators know how to vary the mix with, say, suitable … »Read

Industry News

MET Live in HD Promotes TED Live in HD

April 25, 2017 | Susan Elliott,
On Sunday an email from the Metropolitan Opera arrived; nothing unusual, I thought, probably just another cast change. But although it bore the Met’s return address, the news was not about the Met, it was about the TED Talks conference in … »Read

Industry News

Berlin Staatsoper to Open in October, Then Close Again

April 25, 2017 | Associated Press
Berlin's Staatsoper opera house will reopen on Oct. 3 after years of delay-plagued renovations — but then close again for two months following what city officials are calling a "prelude." The opera's 19th-century home on the Unter den … »Read

Industry News

Former & Current NYTimes Writers Discuss Classical Coverage

April 25, 2017 |
Former New York Times stringer Steve Smith interviews current New York Times Classical Music Editor Zachary Woolfe in the Log Journal, National Sawdust's house organ, of which Smith is the editor. The two colleagues discuss the Times’s new … »Read

Contests & Awards

Arizona Opera, Austin Symphony, Each Get a Cool $1M

April 25, 2017 | Nicholas Beard,
Arizona Opera , which points with pride to last month’s Riders of the Purple Sage as the first world premiere in its 45-year history, has received a $1 million pledge from longtime local supporters Marlu Allan and board member Scott … »Read

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Ludovic Morlot Will Exit Seattle Symphony

April 25, 2017 | Susan Elliott,
Ludovic Morlot is moving on. Late Friday afternoon, word arrived from the Seattle Symphony that the French conductor would be stepping down as music director in 2019, after having been in the job for eight seasons. Morlot, 43, is credited with … »Read




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