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SF Opera Looks to China for New Opera Themes and Funding

June 11, 2024 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Like most non-profit performing arts institutions, the San Francisco Opera is struggling financially with smaller post-pandemic audiences and rising costs. Decreasing its 2024-25 season to only six productions, as opposed to the usual eight or … »Read

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An Attempt to Spin the SFSymphony Crisis

June 6, 2024 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
Esa-Pekka Salonen’s March 14 announcement that he would not renew his five-year contract with the San Francisco Symphony (SFS) in 2025, due to disagreements with the board over “goals for the future of the institution,” i.e. … »Read

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Prez Quits, Union Cries Foul, Temple U Steps Up

June 6, 2024 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
The turmoil resulting from the  sudden announcement that the University of the Arts (UArts) will close on June 7 is continuing. President Kerry Walk resigned on June 4, a move that left union representatives fuming at the cancellation of a … »Read

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A 1,200-Acre Shangri-La for the Arts

June 5, 2024 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Among amateurs and pros, listeners and practitioners, “Interlochen” means music—camp or school, maybe both. That’s true enough, but it's just the tip of the iceberg. Situated between two lakes on 1,200 wooded acres in … »Read

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Rhode Island Arts Groups Struggle to Survive

June 5, 2024 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
In what has become an all-too-familiar scenario, Rhode Island’s arts organizations are fighting for their lives. The failure of audiences to return in pre-pandemic numbers has produced revenue losses across the state equivalent to 20 … »Read

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University of the Arts Suddenly Shutters

June 4, 2024 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
On May 31, the students and faculty of the University of the Arts read in The Philadelphia Inquirer that the school would close in a week, on June 7. In a stunning understatement, the school’s website explained, “The situation came to … »Read




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