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Protecting Your Players' Hearing: Queensland Symphony a Model

November 26, 2014 | Kathryn Doyle
A program to protect Queensland Symphony Orchestra players in Australia from hearing loss is producing encouraging results, according to a new study. Sophisticated analyses of sound dynamics in concert halls led to a variety of measures that may … »Read

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NYC Opera 'Reorganization' Plan Deadline Looms

November 26, 2014 | Nicolas Beard,
The U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Manhattan has given the New York City Opera a deadline of Dec. 18 to come up with a reorganization plan, according to WQXR. The Court denied the company’s fifth request for an extension earlier this month. If … »Read

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New Book Critical of El Sistema

November 25, 2014 | MusicalAmerica.comfrom the LA Times
Geoffrey Baker, a music professor at Royal Holloway, University of London, has authored El Sistema: Orchestrating Venezuela's Youth , a new book published by Oxford that is decidedly unflattering, particularly to its founder and mentor-in-chief … »Read




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Ulster Orch Gets a Bit of Good News

November 25, 2014 |
The Ulster Orchestra got a bit of good news yesterday, when the Belfast City Council agreed to give it £100,000 – one fifth of the amount it needs to wipe out its deficit. At that, the monies are conditional to the orchestra raising … »Read

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Edition Peters Joins the Record Biz

November 25, 2014 |
Edition Peters, among the most respected music publishers, known for its scholarly editions since the turn of the 19 th century, has launched a record label, Edition Peters Sounds, which will focus mostly on the artists on the roster of Edition … »Read

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Rent to Play Havana -- a 50-year First

November 25, 2014 | Daniel Trotta
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba will stage its first Broadway musical in more than 50 years when Rent starts a three-month run on Dec. 24, producers said on Monday. The Nederlander entertainment group finally succeeded after trying for several years to … »Read









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