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Pittsburgh Opera Announces Piano Sale

August 8, 2018
For those interested in purchasing a piano, head to Pittsburgh Opera headquarters at 2425 Liberty Avenue August 23-26, where the company will be selling more than 100 pianos at discount prices. Some have been used for rehearsals and coaching, … »Read

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State-owned Chinese Firm May Buy Steinway

August 8, 2018 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Steinway Musical Instruments, purchased in 2013 for $512 million by billionaire John Paulson, is getting the once-over from China’s state-owned Poly Group, whose business interests range from arms manufacturing to concert halls. … »Read

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More Evidence: Musicians Are Short-changed by Tech Companies

August 8, 2018 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
A new report from Citigroup confirms what musicians have known for some time. When it comes to getting paid, they have to stand in line behind others who profit far more from their efforts. Jason Bazinet, the report’s author, told Bloomberg … »Read

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SWMichigan O Accused of Age Discrimination

August 6, 2018 | Associated Press
ST. JOSEPH, Mich. (AP) - Two musicians with the Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra have resigned after receiving disciplinary action that they allege was based on their ages. Cellist Susan Dietrich-Reed and husband and trumpet player Steven … »Read

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Airlines vs. Instruments: More Tales from the Grounded

August 6, 2018 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
Barely a month passes without at least one incident of an airline thwarting a musician’s attempt to fly with their instrument. One recent example involved American Airlines’ refusal to honor Jingjing Hu’s return ticket for her … »Read

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Bayreuth Fest in 2019: Gergiev, Netrebko Scheded for Debuts

August 3, 2018 | Larry L. Lash, Musical America
BAYREUTH—Things have been unusually quiet and scandal-free “auf dem Grünen Hügel” so far this summer. Yuval Sharon’s unrelentingly blue Lohengrin and Plácido Domingo’s leaden conducting of Die … »Read




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