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Mass Exodus from Los Angeles Times

November 30, 2015 | Susan Elliott,
The bad news is that more than 80 reporters and editors of the Los Angeles Times accepted buyouts last week, according CNN Money , when only 52 were requested by management. Perhaps the only good news to report is that the sole remaining music … »Read

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Cellist Sues Her Orchestra for Religious Discrimination

November 30, 2015 | MusicalAmerica.comfrom Citizen-Times
The former principal cellist of the Ashville Symphony is suing the orchestra for religious discrimination. Jacqueline Taylor, who was tenured and claimed 22 years with the ensemble, was let go after requesting not to work on her Sabbath in March … »Read

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Tehran Symphony Concert Cancelled Due to Women in the Orchestra

November 29, 2015 | Agence France-Presse
TEHRAN--A high-profile performance in Iran by the Tehran Symphony Orchestra was cancelled at the last minute because it was due to feature female musicians, its furious conductor said on Sunday. Ali Rahbari said he was told 15 minutes before the … »Read

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Matthew Aucoin to Music Academy of the West

November 30, 2015 | Nicholas Beard,
Composer and conductor Matthew Aucoin has been named the 2016 Stepanek Foundation Opera Conductor at the Music Academy of the West. Aucoin, 25, has been receiving a good deal of attention lately, with his two-year appointment as the Solti … »Read

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Opera Lyra Owes National Arts Center $1M

November 30, 2015 | from Ottawa Citizen
Ottawa’s Opera Lyra, which  declared bankruptcy last month after a 30-year run, owes a total of $1,022,144, nearly all of it to the National Arts Center, of which it was a resident company. A total of 42 other creditors are named, … »Read

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Director Luc Bondy Dies at 67

November 28, 2015 | from Reuters
Swiss director Luc Bondy, whose work influenced theaters across Europe, has died at the age of 67, the Paris-based Odeon theater, which he had headed since 2012, announced on Saturday. Bondy made his Met Opera debut with the 2009 production of … »Read




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