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Chicago Symphony to Drop 'Beyond the Score'

April 29, 2016 | from The Chicago Reader
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s much proclaimed “Beyond the Score” series, launched ten years ago by then CEO Deborah Rutter and VP Martha Gilmer, is coming to a close. Next month’s multi-media Nights in the Garden of … » Read

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Del Gesu Violin Denied Space in Overhead Bin

April 29, 2016 | Susan Elliott,
Violinist Rachel Barton Pine is the latest casualty of U.S. airlines' failure to educate their employees as to the new law regarding carrying musical  instruments on board. On Wednesday at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, … » Read

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Lancaster (PA) Musicians Get Confirmation of Right to Unionize

April 28, 2016 | Robert Egerton,
Musicians in the 69-year-old Lancaster (PA) Symphony Orchestra have won, for the second time, the right to unionize. A D.C. Circuit court ruled yesterday to uphold the 2011 decision of the National Labor Relations Board that entitled them to do … » Read




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Santa Fe Opera Announces 2017 Season

April 28, 2016 | Nicholas Beard,
The Santa Fe Opera 2017 season, June 30-August 26, offers 36 performances of four new productions and the world premiere of Mason Bates’s collaboration with librettist Mark Campbell, The Revolution of Steve Jobs . Running July 22-August 25, … » Read

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SmartTV Watching: Mason Bates in SF, Robert Shaw in NY

April 27, 2016 | Susan Elliott,
As the Detroit Symphony continues its successful, four-year-old practice of  streaming its concerts live from Orchestra Hall, the San Francisco Symphony says it will become the first major American orchestra to stream a world premiere live, … » Read

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Time to Close Down the Bucharest Opera? Culture Minister Quits

April 27, 2016 | Alison Mutler, Associated Press
BUCHAREST, Romania — The management at Romania's main opera house on Tuesday banned internationally acclaimed ballerina Alina Cojocaru and Danish ballet dancer and choreographer Johan Kobborg from entering the premises alone, following a … » Read









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