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Reviving NYC Opera: The Creditors Join the Cause

October 7, 2015 | from NY Times
Attempts to revive the twitching nerve that was the New York City Opera persist. On Monday, the group calling itself NYCO Renaissance, financed by former board member and hedge fund manager Roy Niederhoffer,  joined forces with NYCO’s … »Read

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Michael Kaiser Summoned to Philly O Talks

October 7, 2015 | from Philadelphia Inquirer
Musicians in the Philadelphia Orchestra, whose contract expired in August but who have agreed to “play and talk,” have expressed little faith in management’s plans and proposals. They are frustrated, reports the Philadelphia … »Read

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Musicians Stage Massive Protest Against Hong Kong MTR

October 5, 2015 | News
Musicians and music groups in Hong Kong have been making a very loud noise in response to the MTR (Mass Transit Railway) having detained and fined a young cellist last month, for carrying an “oversized” object. On Saturday, … »Read




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Spoleto Festival to Use Local Chorus, Designer for Porgy and Bess

October 1, 2015 | Nicholas Beard,
The Spoleto Festival has issued a few more details about its new production of Porgy and Bess , a key component of the 40 th -anniversary season, May 27–June 12, in Charleston, SC. The Gaillard Auditorium is now called “Gaillard … »Read

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Harmonia Mundi Sale to [PIAS] Goes Through as Planned

October 1, 2015 | Susan Elliott,
It’s official: As of today, [PIAS], a 33-year-old independent music company with a vast and varied catalog of music—none of it classical—has acquired harmonia mundi, the highly regarded recording and publishing group … »Read

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Contract Negotiation Update: 7 Major Orchestras Still to Go

October 1, 2015 | Susan Elliott,
The current contract between the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra —signed after a six-month lockout in 2012-2013—doesn’t expire until June 30, 2016, but the two sides have announced a new, two-year deal that goes into effect July 1. … »Read









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