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Contests & Awards

Pulitzer Administrator Explains How DAMN Won the Music Prize

April 19, 2018 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
Recently elected Pulitzer Prize Administrator Dana Canedy [pictured] has shared some insights into how Kendrick Lamar’s hip-hop album DAMN won the Pulitzer Prize for Music, the first non-classical, non-jazz work to do so in the … »Read

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Aspen's CEO, Also a Composer, Addresses the Pulitzer Issue

April 19, 2018 | Alan Fletcher
The 2018 Pulitzer Prize in Music has been awarded to Kendrick Lamar, a rap artist. I’m mostly experiencing the reaction to this news on Facebook. I remember Milton Babbitt describing our world of contemporary classical music as “this … »Read


David Hare's Newest Is a Charmer: The Story of Glyndebourne

April 19, 2018 | Keith Clarke, Musical America
LONDON--The tale of how Glyndebourne was created cries out for dramatization. Riddled with old-fashioned English eccentricity, never-say-die spirit, and with a love story at its heart, it could have made a good opera libretto. What it has become … »Read

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A Retirement Home for Musical Royalty

April 19, 2018 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
One of Giuseppe Verdi’s greatest achievements—a magnificent neo-Gothic mansion completed in 1899—sits in central Milan. Casa Verdi is home to 60 musicians who, as Verdi described them, have not been “favored by fortune, or … »Read

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Arizona Gets $2 Million for New and Unusual Work

April 19, 2018 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
Ron McDougall, former CEO of the company that owns the Chili’s restaurant chain, and his wife, Kay, have made a $2 million contribution to the Arizona Opera. Kay McDougall has been on the company’s board of directors for just one … »Read

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Esteemed NY Philharmonic Archivist to Step Down

April 18, 2018 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Barbara Haws, the official New York Philharmonic Archivist for the last 34 years, has said she will retire in August, leaving the orchestra’s rich, 176-year history fully accounted for and tidily indexed, catalogued, and accessible for all … »Read




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