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An Unlikely Voyage Launches Philharmonia Baroque's New Music Director

October 20, 2021 | Steven Winn, Musical America
For his delayed season-opening set of concerts as Philharmonia Baroque’s new music director, Richard Egarr strode decisively into the 19th century. “Schumann’s Reawakened Masterpieces,” as the ensemble’s billing … »Read

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Denied a Shortened Quarantine, Jaap van Zweden Cancels Hong Kong Phil

October 20, 2021 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
Jaap van Zweden has been forced to cancel his remaining appearances with the Hong Kong Philharmonic (HKP) in 2021 because the government has refused to grant the conductor a waiver of the city’s 21-day quarantine requirement. “After … »Read

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Latest Covid Cancellation: Boston Symphony

October 20, 2021 | Nicholas Beard, Musical America
Covid-19 continues to wreak havoc on the music industry, even as orchestras and opera companies attempt to return to live performance. As was the case last month with the Seattle Symphony, when Music Director Thomas Dausgaard, a Dane, had to … »Read

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Post Pandemic, Arts Groups See a Need to Change

October 20, 2021 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
A new study funded by the Wallace Foundation updates the views of the 25 organizations participating in the Building Audiences for Sustainability initiative, who were canvassed before the pandemic, 2016-2019. Wallace reports all were … »Read


John Nelson, Michael Spyres, and an Arrogant Young Virtuoso

October 19, 2021 | Mark Valencia, Musical America
The indefatigable John Nelson and the indefinable Michael Spyres continue their musical love affair with Hector Berlioz, a three-way relationship that began in 2016 with Les Troyens and has flourished ever since. The two men’s shared … »Read

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Soprano Edita Gruberov√° Dies at 74

October 19, 2021 | Agence France-Presse
Edita Gruberová, the legendary Slovak-born coloratura soprano, died in Zurich on October 18, her Munich-based Hilbert Artists Management said. She was 74. Born in Bratislava, Gruberová studied in the Slovak capital before making her … »Read




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