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At Prototype, Rev. 23. Why?

January 20, 2020 | Clive Paget, Musical America
The greatest operas are those in which outstanding music is wed to a powerful, poetic libretto. Contemporary examples include John Adams’s work with Alice Goodman ( Nixon in China , The Death of Klinghoffer ), or George Benjamin’s … »Read

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Vladimir Ashkenazy Steps Into Retirement

January 20, 2020 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
Russian-born pianist and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy is retiring from public performance. The 82-year-old maestro first gained public notice at the 1955 International Chopin  Piano Competition in Warsaw, where he won the silver medal. He … »Read

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Paris Opera Strikers Stage Al fresco Concert

January 20, 2020 | Reuters
PARIS — Striking musicians and singers of the Paris Opera staged an open-air concert on Saturday in front of the city's historic opera house in protest against a pension reform that seeks to end their special retirement scheme. Orchestra … »Read

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Music as an Instrument of Hope for the Young

January 20, 2020 | Nicholas Beard, Musical America
Yet another good news story has emerged about the happy outcome of inner city school children receiving musical training that they would not otherwise have access to. This one comes on the heels of the Governor of Texas’s attempt last week … »Read

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Barry Tuckwell Dies

January 19, 2020 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Barry Tuckwell, foremost French horn virtuoso of the 20 th century, founding music director of the Maryland Symphony and the Tasmanian Symphony in his native Australia, died on January 16 in a hospital in Melbourne. He was 88 and suffered from … »Read

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Daniel Harding to Exit the Podium for the Cockpit for a Year

January 17, 2020 | Susan Elliott Musical America
Daniel Harding, just on the heels of a guest podium appearance with the New York Philharmonic, will take a year’s sabbatical from conducting to focus on his other career, as a pilot. (He earned his license about four years ago.) The music … »Read




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