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Novel Double Bill: The Prisoner Meets the Medium

July 15, 2024 | Wynne Delacoma, Musical America
CHICAGO—Thank heaven for not-so-grand opera. Grand in the financial sense, that is. Of course who doesn’t thrill to a stage-filling Triumphal March or a lavishly hellish Nibelheim? But in recent months, local opera companies with … »Read

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Out of Italy: Meyer Gets a New Gig

July 15, 2024 | Associated Press
ROME (AP) — Dominique Meyer has been appointed executive director of the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, effective July 15, the orchestra’s board of trustees said on Friday. Meyer, however, will remain superintendent of Milan's … »Read

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Will SFSymphony Cut Its Chorus Pros to Save $$?

July 15, 2024 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
One of the several steps the San Francisco Symphony (SFS) is considering to try to right its financial ship is the reduction of the annual budget of its chorus by 80 percent, from $1 million to about $200,000. The choral group is composed of over … »Read

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Newly Named Foundation Gives ROH £10 M

July 15, 2024 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
The Royal Opera House has received £10 million from the Julia Rausing Trust, one of the first recipients from the newly established foundation, now a distinct entity from the Julia and Hans Rausing Trust. Ms. Rausing died in April at age 63 … »Read

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The Visa Quagmire Prevents Cultural Exchange

July 15, 2024 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
The festival season in the U.K. presents yet another example of the difficulties visiting artists face when trying to obtain a visa. Tales of program changes necessitated by a scheduled performer’s inability to enter the country are … »Read

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Gary Ginstling Exits NY Philharmonic

July 11, 2024 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
One year into his tenure as president and CEO of the New York Phiharmonic, Gary Ginstling has tendered his resignation. “The New York Philharmonic is an extraordinary institution, and it has been an honor to be a part of it," reads his … »Read




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