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Carmel Bach Is Back, Very Refreshed

July 18, 2024 | Richard S. Ginel, Musical America
CARMEL-BY-THE-SEA, Ca.—The venerable Carmel Bach Festival has been operating more-or-less continuously since 1935, going dark only during World War II (1942-1945) and the COVID pandemic (2020). This cool, foggy outpost on the Pacific Rim … »Read

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Labels Sue Verizon for Enabling Pirate Subscribers

July 18, 2024 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
Universal, Sony, and Warner, the three largest recording companies, have sued Verizon. The suit alleges that by continuing to serve customers accused of pirating music, the Internet service provider is violating copyright law. The three claim … »Read

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New Music Director in Lafayette, IN

July 18, 2024 | Edward Egerton, Musical America
South Carolina native Kellen Gray is to be the next conductor and artistic director of the Lafayette (IN) Symphony Orchestra, a 70-plus-year-old professional ensemble offering four symphonic concerts and six smaller musical events annually. … »Read

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Paris Opening Ceremonies Performers Threaten Strike

July 18, 2024 | Agence-France Presse
PARIS, France (AFP) — A French performing artists union announced plans for a strike coinciding with the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Paris, protesting “outrageous disparities in treatment” among performers recruited … »Read

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Canadian Fest Mentorship Program Partners with SPAC

July 18, 2024 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
The Festival de Lanaudière and Saratoga Performing Arts Center (SPAC) have announced a new partnership for the festival’s mentorship program that supports emerging Canadian classical musicians. Between July 25 and August 4, six … »Read


The Case for Sondheim in the Concert Hall

July 17, 2024 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
A recent weekend afforded the rare opportunity to hear two Stephen Sondheim scores back-to-back, both orchestrated by his longtime colleague, Jonathan Tunick. With the same composer and orchestrator at their creative cores, you would think the … »Read




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