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Philly's Vulcan Opera Fails to Pay Musicians

February 8, 2016 | from the Philadelphia Inquirer
Many musicians and other artistic personnel who participated in Philadelphia’s Vulcan Lyric Opera season, which finished in August 2015, are owed as much as $2,000, according to an article in The Philadelphia Inquirer . Performances were … »Read

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Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute: 2016 Edition

February 5, 2016 | Susan Elliott,
The Minnesota Orchestra’s annual Composer Institute came to a close the evening of January 29 with a concert of fresh-off-the-press repertoire, all of it honed and polished after a week of workshops, rehearsals, and one-on-ones with Music … »Read

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New York Phil Announces 175th-Anniversary Season

February 3, 2016 | Susan Elliott,
The mood of a fond farewell presides over the eighth and final season of Alan Gilbert’s music directorship with the New York Philharmonic. It seems at odds with what should be a spirit of hearty self congratulations, for 2016-17 marks the … »Read




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LincInc's Great Performers Sticks to the Tried and True

February 2, 2016 | Nicholas Beard,
Classical music traditionalists will get a charge out of next season’s Lincoln Center Great Performers series, now entering its 51 st season. Things get underway October 28 with recently appointed National Symphony Orchestra Music Director … »Read

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Chamber Music Society Goes Mad for Mendelssohn in 2016-17

February 1, 2016 | Nicholas Beard,
The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center launches its 47 th anniversary season on October 18 with a program designed to reflect the geography of Mendelsohn’s grand European tour, with works by Haydn, Schubert, Ravel, and Palestrina. The … »Read

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Fort Worth Symphony Management Blinks

February 1, 2016 | Susan Elliott,
The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra has pushed its financial problems into the future by agreeing to maintain the terms of the players’ 2014-15 contract for the remainder of the fiscal year. Management wanted to reduce the players’ paid … »Read









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