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ROH Re-ups with BP; Critics Cry Foul

July 29, 2016 |
Oil giant BP has renewed its sponsorship agreements with four major UK arts organizations, including the Royal Opera House, Royal Shakespeare Co., National Portrait Gallery, and the British Museum. The renewals, which amount to £7.5 … »Read

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Saxon Gov't Loses Bid to Appeal Wrongful Termination

July 29, 2016 | Frank Cadenhead,
The Saxon government’s bid to appeal the Dec. 2015 ruling against it for firing Serge Dorny as intendant of Dresden’s Semper Oper (before he even started the job, in February 2014) was rejected earlier this week by the Regional … »Read

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Pittsburgh Symphony Fills Seven Vacancies

July 29, 2016 | Nicholas Beard,
The Pittsburgh Symphony has appointed seven new musicians, six of them replacing players who have retired over the last four seasons. One, Brandon McLean, succeeds the late Don Evans as associate principal bass. Evans died last fall at age 60. … »Read

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Finnish Composer Einojuhani Rautavaara Dies

July 29, 2016 | Nicholas Beard,
Einojuhani Rautavaara, considered by many the leading Finnish composer of his generation, died in Helsinki on July 27 at the age of 87. His death was reported by his publisher, Boosey & Hawkes. Rautavaara, whose setting of Rainer Maria … »Read

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TKTS Booth to Come to Lincoln Center

July 28, 2016 | Susan Elliott,
In a “what took them so long” move that makes complete sense, and may help keep Manhattan residents safe from the crush of Times Square tourists, Lincoln Center will open up a branch of the TKTS booth in its David Rubenstein Atrium. … »Read


Bayreuth Festival Opens with Parsifal Regie-dud

July 28, 2016 | Larry L. Lash,
This review is based on an HD transmission into a cinema in Vienna equipped with high-end surround-sound. VIENNA--At their best, Regietheater practitioners, beginning with Patrice Chéreau and his legendary 1976 Bayreuth Ring Cycle, dig … »Read




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