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Contests & Awards

Pierre Boulez to Get Lifetime Achievement Award

December 19, 2014 | Nicholas Beard,
Pierre Boulez, distinguished conductor, composer, father of modernism,  is to be recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award by The Recording Academy – the outfit that bestows the Grammy Awards. He has earned 26 of them, for … »Read

Contests & Awards

Competitions: Our (Mostly) Biweekly Roundup

December 19, 2014 | Rebecca Schmid,
Filmmakers with an interest in classical music have until March 1 to submit a short entry to the first annual Sight of Sound Film Competition , sponsored by the Dallas Chamber Symphony. Contestants may choose one of nine required musical … »Read

Industry News

Major Cuts at La Monnaie

December 19, 2014 | Rebecca Schmid,
BERLIN—Following a reduction of 2.5 million euros in federal funding, Brussels’s Théâtre de la Monnaie has announced that it will abandon both opera and dance projects as well as cut 16 jobs next year. Casualties include … »Read

People in the News

Former Philly Orch Principal Cello Has Died

December 19, 2014 | Robert Egerton,
William Stokking, longtime principal cello of the Philadelphia Orchestra, onetime student of Gregor Piatigorsky and Leonard Rose, died on Dec. 14 at the age of 80. After study at the Curtis Institute and the Juilliard School, Stokking enlisted in … »Read

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Five Worst (UK) Operas of the Year

December 19, 2014 | Rupert Christiansen
Telegraph critic Rupert Christiansen, never one to suffer fools gladly, has chosen the five worst operas of the year and explained his choices graphically, literally. 1. Various, including I due Foscari (pictured), Royal Opera House. A succession … »Read

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NYTimes Loses Key Music Critic and Reporter

December 18, 2014 | Susan Elliott,
The latest round of New York Times layoffs and buyouts are expected to reach 110 by the time the dust settles this week. Among those leaving is Allan Kozinn, one of the paper’s, if not the country’s, savviest music critics and culture … »Read




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