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Onetime Singing Sergeant to Run NEA Music Department

October 22, 2014 | Nicholas Beard,
Ann Meier Baker, current president and CEO of Chorus America, is to succeed Wayne Brown as director of the music and opera at the National Endowment for the Arts.  Brown  left in January to oversee the Michigan Opera Theater. (The two … »Read

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Atlanta Principal Flute Is Temporarily Chicago's

October 21, 2014 | Susan Elliott,
Christina Smith, longtime principal flute of the Atlanta Symphony and always one of its strongest players, has been made available by her employers’ imposed lockout to join the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on its current European tour. She … »Read

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Philly Orchestra Moves Into the Black

October 22, 2014 | Robert Egerton
The Philadelphia Orchestra, no longer in bankruptcy (and the first major U.S. orchestra to file Chapter 11, in 2010), is showing a modest surplus for the fiscal year ended Aug. 31: about $670,000 on a $39.6 million budget, according to … »Read

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Memphis Symph Musicians Take 38% Pay Cut

October 22, 2014 |
Memphis Symphony Orchestra musicians have agreed to take a 38 percent pay cut for one year, in order to keep the orchestra solvent, at least for this season. "We took some emergency measures, reduced costs, reduced staff, last year we had … »Read

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Detroit Symphony Taps Assistant Conductor

October 22, 2014 | Robert Egerton,
Michelle Merrill has been named assistant conductor of the Detroit Symphony; she succeeds Teddy Abrams, who this season began as music director of the Louisville Orchestra, Merrill , 30, was a 2013 Ansbacher Conducting Fellow with the Vienna … »Read

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Klinghoffer Opens at the Met

October 21, 2014 | Susan Elliott,
NEW YORK -- “What’s next? An ISIS opera?” It was the best T-shirt slogan on view at the opening of The Death of Klinghoffer last night at the Metropolitan Opera – one of several benign protests that occurred inside the … »Read







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