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In Mocow, Yuri Bashmet, Domingo Pump Upcoming Concert

October 16, 2019 | Agence France-Presse
Opera singer Plácido Domingo on Tuesday spoke of his joy over a forthcoming Moscow concert as the famed Spanish tenor faces multiple sexual harassment claims. Giving a press conference at Russia's TASS state news agency, Domingo … »Read

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For Domingo, It's Business as Usual in Europe

October 15, 2019 | Colleen Barry, Associated Press
MILAN (AP) — Even as his U.S. career seemingly winds down amid accusations of sexual harassment, opera legend Plácido Domingo remains on the bill of a host of European opera houses. The 78-year-old singer who rose to stardom as … »Read

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2 Executive Directors Rise Out of the Ranks

October 14, 2019 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
The Ann Arbor Symphony will promote its director of marketing and communications, Tyler Rand [pictured], to the post of executive director in January. He succeeds Mary Steffek Blaske, who will retire in December after 25 years in the job. Rand, … »Read

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Georgians Lay Their Native Daughter to Rest

October 13, 2019 |
When Laurence Fishburne needed inspiration as a struggling young actor, he looked at photos of great artists to help him focus, including opera star Jessye Norman. At Norman’s funeral Saturday in her hometown of Augusta, Georgia — … »Read

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Barrie Kosky: 'Before You Buy Your Ticket, Do a Little Homework.'

October 11, 2019 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
Barrie Kosky, Intendant at Berlin’s Komische Oper since 2012, enjoys a well-deserved reputation as an innovative producer of operettas as well as traditional operas. His rendition of Offenbach’s Orphée was the hit of this past … »Read

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Four String Players Moving Up the Orchestral Ladder

October 10, 2019 | Nicholas Beard, Musical America
The Orchestra of St. Luke’s has added a violist to its core of 25 players. Katarzyna Bryla-Weiss [pictured] has been free-lancing with the orchestra for the last seven years and also plays with the New York City Ballet Orchestra and the New … »Read




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