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Richard Taruskin Dies at 77

July 2, 2022 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Richard Taruskin, scholar, author, pedagogue, longtime faculty member of UC Berkeley, died Friday morning in an Oakland, CA, hospital at age 77. The cause was esophageal cancer. Author of the six-volume Oxford History of Western Music , among … »Read


Opera Rara Brings The Exile Out of Exile

July 1, 2022 | Clive Paget, Musical America
LONDON--Given the high quality and stylistic daring of much of the music in Saverio Mercadante’s Il Proscritto ( The Exile ), it seems remarkable that this June 28 concert performance at London’s Barbican Centre was the opera’s … »Read

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'Renewed' Artist of the Month: Tenor Limmie Pulliam

July 1, 2022 | Zachary Lewis, Musical America
After stepping away from music entirely for over a decade, disenchanted with the scene, especially for black musicians, tenor Limmie Pulliam is back. With a vengeance. “That entrance, you have to nail it,” says the Missouri native. … »Read

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Chicago Will Keep Its Solti Apprentice One More Year

July 1, 2022 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
The young conductor stepping in at the last moment to replace the ill maestro is the stuff of legends in the classical music world. One need look no further than Leonard Bernstein’s 1943 replacement of the ailing Bruno Walter for a prime … »Read

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The Vocal Warmup: It's a Cultural Thing

July 1, 2022 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
The vocal exercises a singer uses to warm up are both highly personal and the result of training in a specific cultural tradition. Zofia Majewski, a student majoring in vocal performance, talks with three vocalists who represent different … »Read

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Met Op Orchestra Principal Oboe Goes Home

June 30, 2022 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Metropolitan Opera Orchestra principal oboe Nathan Hughes has been named to the same key position with the Minnesota Orchestra. The St. Paul, MN, native starts officially at his new band’s New Year’s celebrations, Dec. 31, 2022 and … »Read




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