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Korea's New Concert Hall Opens to Standing Os

August 26, 2016 | Rudolph Tang,
August 19th marked the official opening of the Lotte Concert Hall, Seoul’s first new concert venue since the Seoul Arts Center opened in 1988 in conjunction with the summer Olympic Games. Located on a rooftop of the huge shopping complex … »Read

Contests & Awards

Herb Alpert Foundation Gives $10M to LA Music Majors

August 26, 2016 | Nicholas Beard,
The Herb Alpert Foundation has given The Los Angeles City College Foundation $10.1 million, providing free tuition to all LACC music majors. It’s the largest gift ever for a southern California Community College. Most of the school’s … »Read

People in the News

Rudy van Gelder, Engineer to Jazz Greats, Dies at 91

August 26, 2016 | fromThe New York Times
Rudy Van Gelder, in his time considered the best jazz recording engineer among both artists and their producers, died yesterday at his home in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. He was 91. “Mr. Van Gelder, as he took pains to explain to … »Read

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Sydney Opera House Companies Concerned re Lost Revenues

August 26, 2016 |
It’s all well and good that the Sydney Opera House is about to undergo sorely need renovations, but two of its resident companies, Opera Australia and the Australian Ballet, are wondering how they are going to make up for lost income during … »Read


A Night of Shimmering Premieres at Mostly (ICE and Somewhat) Mozart

August 25, 2016 | Daniel Stephen Johnson,
Mostly Mozart is a half-a-century old, and its de facto house new-music band ICE (International Contemporary Ensemble), artists-in-residence for six seasons, has been marking the big anniversary this summer by premiering 50 new works by a … »Read

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Dessi’s Partner Speaks, Sings at Her Funeral

August 26, 2016 | from Gramilato
Daniela Dessi’s funeral, held in a cathedral in Brescia, packed to overflowing, included a eulogy from her partner of 16 years, tenor Fabio Armiliato. Messages about her great artistry, he said, had poured in from all over, so he saw no … »Read




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