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The 2019 Confab: So What Exactly IS Classical: NEXT, Anyway?

May 21, 2019 | Brian Wise, Musical America
ROTTERDAM— For three days ending May 18, some 1,300 people from 45 countries gathered in this city of striking postwar architecture to talk about the future of classical music. It wasn’t a doom-and-gloom affair. The gathering, … »Read
 

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Royal Opera & Women in 2019-20: 'Not an Acceptable Ratio at All.'

May 17, 2019 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
A sour note accompanies the Royal Opera’s 2019-20 season announcement: Only one of the 19 conductors scheduled for the opera’s main stage is a woman--French conductor Ariane Matiakh [pictured], on tap to lead some performances of a … »Read
 

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A Dancer Exits at 43, Still at the Top of Her Game

May 17, 2019 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
No art form exacts a greater physical toll than ballet. The average ballerina has about ten years at the top of her game before the wear and tear on her body overwhelm whatever passion remains for her art. There are, of course, exceptions. One … »Read
 

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Storied Australian Vocal Ensemble Files for Bankruptcy

May 17, 2019 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
Australia's professional vocal ensemble The Song Company, in business for 35 years, is filing for bankruptcy, or, in local terms, “being placed in administration.” "The directors have considered the financial affairs of the company … »Read
 

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Trial by Fire at the Montreal Symphony

May 17, 2019 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Conductor Karina Canellakis made an impressive debut with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra on May 15, when star soloist (and Musical America Artist of the Year)  Daniil Trifonov suddenly withdrew from the evening’s concert just before … »Read
 

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Glyndebourne's First Ever Dialogues Highlights 2020 Season

May 16, 2019 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
The 2020 season of the Glyndebourne Festival, May 21 through August 30, includes three new productions and three revivals.  In a statement, Artistic Director Stephen Langridge calls it “a classic Glyndebourne Festival smorgasbord … »Read
 
 

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