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New Study: Listening to Classical Music Can Reverse Dementia

December 5, 2016 |
A  nine-month study at Colorado State University has shown that live classical music can have a positive impact on patients with dementia and Alzheimer’s. Eleven out of the 15 participants actually showed a reversal in their symptoms. … » Read

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Eastman School Gets $2.5 Million

December 5, 2016 | Susan Elliott,
George W. Hamlin, IV, chair of Eastman’s Board of Managers, and his wife, Mary, have committed $2.5 million to the Eastman School of Music to endow the position of director of the Institute for Music Leadership, est. 2001, and to create a … » Read

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Tentative Agreement Reached in Fort Worth

December 4, 2016 |
The Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) has issued a statement that the musicians of the Fort Worth Symphony, members of Local 72-147, have reached a tentative agreement with management. The two sides have been in negotiations for … » Read




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Royal Flemish Phil Moves Into New Queen Elisabeth Hall

December 2, 2016 | Nicholas Beard,
The Royal Flemish Philharmonic has moved into its new, 2,000-seat home in Antwerp; Queen Elisabeth Hall is a classic shoe-box design by Manchester-based architects SimpsonHaugh & Partners, with acoustics by Kirkegaard Associates. The … » Read

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Provenance of Beethoven Ms at Auction Disputed

December 1, 2016 | Robert Egerton,
An auction earlier this week of what Sotheby’s claims to be an authentic Beethoven manuscript failed to sell due to questions about its provenance. The score is described as “Autograph manuscript of the ‘Allegretto’ in B … » Read

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Lincoln Center Seeks to Refi a Chunk of Its $270M Debt

November 30, 2016 | from The Wall Street Journal
The Wall Street Journa l reports that Lincoln Center is refinancing its debt of $270 million by about one third in order to pay for the David Geffen Hall renovation. This last is scheduled to start in 2019 at a cost of $500 million, although that … » Read









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