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John Nelson, Michael Spyres, and an Arrogant Young Virtuoso

October 19, 2021 | Mark Valencia, Musical America
The indefatigable John Nelson and the indefinable Michael Spyres continue their musical love affair with Hector Berlioz, a three-way relationship that began in 2016 with Les Troyens and has flourished ever since. The two men’s shared … »Read

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Soprano Edita Gruberová Dies at 74

October 19, 2021 | Agence France-Presse
Edita Gruberová, the legendary Slovak-born coloratura soprano, died in Zurich on October 18, her Munich-based Hilbert Artists Management said. She was 74. Born in Bratislava, Gruberová studied in the Slovak capital before making her … »Read

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Women Conductors on the Rise--Thanks to Women

October 19, 2021 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
There is no denying that the outright misogyny that has characterized the classical music world for centuries is on the wane. But it is far too early to declare that women now enjoy equal access to the world’s orchestra podiums. The ongoing … »Read

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Manhattan School of Music's Artist Scholars, 2021-22

October 19, 2021 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
The Manhattan School of Music (MSM) has unveiled its 2021-22 roster of Artist Scholars—artists, activists, educators, and arts leaders who will share with students their experiences, expertise, and insights around artistry, creativity, and … »Read


A New Fidelio That Succeeds on Every Front

October 18, 2021 | Thomas May, Musical America
SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco Opera’s Fidelio arrived nearly overloaded with expectations. Originally planned as last season’s inaugural production to celebrate the choice of Eun Sun Kim as new music director, the show had to be … »Read

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Francesca Zambello to Exit Glimmerglass; 2022 Season Unveiled

October 18, 2021 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Francesca Zambello will exit the Glimmerglass Festival at the end of the 2022 festival after what will have been 12 seasons as artistic and general director of the annual Cooperstown, NY, event. She has decided, she tells The New York Times , to … »Read




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