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Composer Kaija Saariaho Dies at 70

June 2, 2023
Finnish composer Kaija Saariaho, whose music is as rigorous as it is imaginative, died at her home in Paris this morning at the age of 70. She had been diagnosed with brain cancer in 2021.  Among her milestone works, L’Amour de Loin, … »Read

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Guerrero Will Leave Nashville

June 2, 2023 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Giancarlo Guerrero has announced his departure as music director of the Nashville Symphony at the end of his current contract, through 2024-25. He will have been in the job 16 years. It has been, by all signs, a landmark tenure, marked by 11 … »Read

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In Boston: A Critic's Great Expectations

June 2, 2023 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
The talent migration from Los Angeles to the East Coast in the world of classical music continues, with Chad Smith as the latest emigrant. As soon as this fall, he is set to succeed Gail Samuel, in the position less than two years, as president … »Read

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June 2, 2023 | Rick Beard, Musical America
Switzerland’s Fritz Gerber Foundation for Gifted Young People selected Italian cellist Elide Sulsenti [pictured] as one of three recipients of its annual award, given to artists 28 or younger who are Swiss citizens or have lived in the … »Read

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Arkansas Orchestra Exec to Run Cabrillo Festival

June 2, 2023 | Edward Edgerton, Musical America
Riley Nicholson will attempt to fill the huge shoes left by Executive Director Ellen Primack when she steps down at the end of the Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music this summer. Primack, in the job 33 years, announced her intent to exit in … »Read

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Long Yu Exits Guangzhou.
Is Hong Kong Next?

June 1, 2023 | Rudolph Tang, Musical America
SHANGHAI--In a sudden but not unexpected move, Long Yu [pictured] has stepped down as music director of the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra after being at the helm for two decades. He is retitled Lifetime Music Director Emeritus and remains chair of … »Read




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