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SFSymphony Big on Concert Operas, Premieres in 2023-24

March 29, 2023 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
Esa-Pekka Salonen’s fourth season at the helm of the San Francisco Symphony will feature four world premieres, two one-act operas, a staging of Ravel’s Mother Goose ballet, four weeks of concerts led by Music Director Laureate Michael … »Read

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Rediscovered Gospel Music Pioneer Gets Scholarly Attention

March 29, 2023 | Jessie Wardarski, Associated Press
PITTSBURGH (AP)—Scattered in crates, dirty and difficult to read, the gospel music of Charles Henry Pace sat packed away, unorganized — and unrealized — for more than 20 years. Frances Pace Barnes, the pioneering composer and … »Read

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Apple Classical Goes Live: New Partners, New Playlists, New Search

March 28, 2023 | Matthew Westphal, Musical America
Earlier this month, news went out that Apple Music Classical, the long-awaited successor to Primephonic as a streaming music app dedicated to classical music—and equipped with search capabilities far better suited to classical than those of … »Read

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BBC Singers Saved by Public Outcry

March 27, 2023 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
Chalk up a win for those pushing back against the BBC’s full-on assault on classical music in the U.K. After intense pressure from musicians, the public, members of Parliament, and a petition signed by 140,000 people, the broadcaster has … »Read

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How Worthwhile Are Programs That Entice Rising Artists to 'Pay to Sing'?

March 27, 2023 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
Germany can rightfully claim the title of  “Opera Capitol of the World.” Its more than 80 permanent opera houses offer about 9,000 performances each year, a number five times greater than in all of North America. It is little … »Read

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Philly Pops Cancels More Concerts; Musicians Sue

March 24, 2023 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
Enthusiastic fund-raising campaigns and changes in top management have done little to save the demise of the Philly Pops, which has “postponed” another set of concerts, scheduled for this weekend. The group announced it would cease … »Read




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