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Simon Rattle Named Music Director of the LSO

March 3, 2015 | Susan Elliott,
There is no longer a question of whether London will be getting a new concert hall. The question now is, will it be ready in time for Sir Simon Rattle’s arrival as music director of the London Symphony Orchestra in September of 2017? Today, … »Read

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Ezra Laderman Dies at 90

March 3, 2015 |
American composer Ezra Laderman died on Feb. 28, at age 90. Known for his ability to successfully synthesize tonal and atonal elements within the same piece, especially in his 12 string quartets, he wrote for all manner of forms, including … »Read

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Deborah Borda Is Headed to Harvard

March 3, 2015 | Susan Elliott,
Deborah Borda will be taking a four-month leave of absence next fall from her job as president and CEO of the Los Angeles Philharmonic. Given her reputation in the field, the reason comes as no surprise: She has been chosen by The Center for … »Read

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Houston Chronicle, Mercury News Drop Classical Music Crits

March 3, 2015 | Susan Elliott,
Classical music in America has lost two more staff classical music critics. Steven Brown, critic for The Houston Chronicle for the last two years, was laid off at the end of January. Richard Scheinin, classical music and jazz writer for The San … »Read


Vienna Phil Does Right by the Brahms Requiem

March 3, 2015 | Leslie Kandell,
NEW YORK -- When the Brahms Requiem is performed right, listeners feel as if their souls have been wrung out. Last Sunday, with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Westminster Symphonic Choir under Daniele Gatti, it very nearly was.  … »Read

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Kaufmann Cancels Carmen

March 2, 2015 |
Jonas Kaufmann is suffering from the flu and has cancelled his performance as Don José in Carmen on March 4 opposite Elina Garanca. His plan, however, is to recover in time for the March 7 matinee live (radio) broadcast. Younghoon Lee, who … »Read




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