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Chung Myung-whun Cleared – Again

June 26, 2017 | Nicholas Beard,
Charges against former Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra music director Chung Myung-whun were dismissed by Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office on Friday (Jun. 23). In August 2016  local police were reported to have found “no … »Read

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London Times Attacked for “Disgraceful” Opera Slur

June 26, 2017 | Anthony Brown,
The London Times has had its knuckles rapped for implying in the wake of a recent tower block fire that the local council had wasted money on opera while making “a fortune” on social housing. The two-page report, “Kensington and … »Read


Muti Closes Chicago Season with Italy’s Greatest Hits

June 26, 2017 | Wynne Delacoma,
CHICAGO–The lap of luxury isn’t always the likes of a villa in Southern France or the soft leather seat of a deluxe car. It was available to anyone sitting in Chicago’s Symphony Center this past weekend for the final concerts of … »Read

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Royal Phil. Braves Cellphone Program Note App

June 26, 2017 | Keith Clarke,
U.K. concertgoers are not known for an easy-going attitude – even the rustle of a program note page being turned can invite raised eyebrows, tut-tutting and downright hostility. The idea of keeping a cellphone on during a concert can cause … »Read

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New Maestro for San Luis Obispo Symphony

June 26, 2017 |
Andrew Sewell, in his 17th season as music director of the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, is the new music director of the San Luis Obispo Symphony. He plans to commute from Madison, WI, to California, where he’ll start the first of his three … »Read


ROH and the German Singing Machine Have a Hit! Mostly.

June 23, 2017 | Mark Valencia,
LONDON—With a June heatwave in full swing we have the hottest ticket of 2017: a new Otello from the Royal Opera with Jonas Kaufmann in his role debut as the Moor and Antonio Pappano conducting. In a year that has seen Anna Netrebko withdraw … »Read




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