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DG Launches First Classical Label Streaming App

August 29, 2014 | Phil Sommerich,
LONDON--Germany-based producer Deutsche Grammophon has made a cautious venture into the controversial arena of music streaming with the launch of its DG Discovery app. What it bills as ‘‘the world’s first classical music label … »Read

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Composer Attacked in Russia for Opera Content

August 29, 2014 |
The premiere of Russian composer Ilya Demutsky’s latest opera, New Jerusalem , has been cancelled for the second time, and the composer reports that he has been attacked physically. The main character hunts pedophiles, apparently. The … »Read

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School Cancels Spamalot for 'Homosexual Themes'

August 29, 2014 | from Slate
Educators in South Williamsport, PA, have deemed any references to homosexuality, even in a comedic setting, “risqué and offensive.” Officials in that town have cancelled a production of Monty Python’s Spamalot , planned … »Read

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Vermont Phil Conductor, Organist, Drowns

August 29, 2014 |
In an apparent boating accident, longtime music director of the Vermont Philharmonic Brian Webb was found dead Wednesday morning, in Lake Champlain. Webb, 65, was associate dean for the master of arts program and director of the bachelor of arts … »Read

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Singer Fired for Bigoted Diatribe on Facebook

August 29, 2014 |
Will American bass Valerian Ruminski (pictured) ever work again? Having been fired for making homophobic comments on his Facebook page, perhaps not. It seems Ruminski, who was to sing the role of the Sacristan in an upcoming Opera Lyra production … »Read

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Paavo Järvi to Exit Orchestre de Paris

August 28, 2014 | Frank Cadenhead,
PARIS--Early Tuesday morning music director Paavo Järvi announced, on his Facebook page, that he would not renew his contract with the Orchestre de Paris. The contract ends after the 2015-16 season; he joined the orchestra in 2010. In the … »Read







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