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A Stunning, Spiritual Experience in Alice Tully Hall

November 14, 2019 | Clive Paget, Musical America
Once one of the bad boys of British music, James MacMillan—now Sir James MacMillan—still regularly manages to raise an eyebrow or two. His outspoken views on politics (he’s a committed socialist) and religion (he’s a … »Read

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Miami Oboist Dies in Tragic Fall

November 14, 2019 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
A tragic fall down a flight of stairs has claimed the life of oboist Janice Thomson, 62; the incident occurred Sunday night in a University of Miami concert hall, just prior to a performance by the Greater Miami Symphonic Band (GMSB). Thomson was … »Read

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Marin Alsop Bemoans Missed Opportunities in Baltimore

November 14, 2019 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
During Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) lockout last summer, Marin Alsop, the ensemble’s music director, was notably silent. At a meeting on Nov. 12 in Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, she broke her silence. This was a state-mandated gathering of … »Read

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Coming Attractions: Ojai 2020

November 14, 2019 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Ojai Music Festival 2020’s Music Director Matthias Pintscher [pictured] has announced his programming for the June 11-14 event, together with the Festival’s Artistic-director-in-brief, Chad Smith. “Brief” because Smith was … »Read

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Where's Chattanooga Symphony's Concertmaster?

November 14, 2019 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
A fraught relationship with violinist Holly Mulcahy has left the Chattanooga Symphony (CSO) without its concertmaster since its season opened in early October. In August Mulcahy  sued the orchestra for breach of contract after it canceled … »Read

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Previewing Prototype 2020, Opera's Cutting Edge

November 13, 2019 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
This year’s Prototype Festival, which runs January 9-19 at a number of different NYC venues, boasts six works, some of them premieres, all of them new, by no less than 23 composers and librettists. Self-described as exploring the … »Read




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