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Opening Night at La Scala: Netrebko Triumphs Again, This Time with Husband in Tow

December 14, 2017 | Paul du Quenoy, Musical America
MILAN--Two years after her dazzling performance in the title role of Verdi's rarely performed early opera Giovanna d'Arco , the opera world's reigning superstar returned to this city for her second opening night at the venerable La Scala. This … »Read

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Fall 2017 in NYC: Hard Choices for New Music Fans

December 14, 2017 | Bruce Hodges, Musical America
In a December 7, 2007, post on his blog, The Rest is Noise , Alex Ross noted 11 new- music concerts— eleven— scheduled for that evening. Ten years later, though nights like that are rare, fans of contemporary repertoire can still be … »Read

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Boston Conservatory Prof Fired in Wake of Harassment Charges

December 14, 2017 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
The Boston Conservatory at Berklee has severed relations with one of its high profile professors, on the faculty for a dozen years, after repeated reports of sexual assault and harassment from female students. He appears not to have been one of … »Read

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UC Davis Strips Emeritus Music Prof of Titles

December 14, 2017 | Associated Press
SACRAMENTO, Calif.-- A former conductor of the University of California, Davis, Symphony Orchestra gave up his professor titles amid allegations he sexually assaulted a former student who now works at the university. D. Kern Holoman, who retired … »Read

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Composer William Mayer Dies, Tonal After and Before His Time

December 14, 2017 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
Composer William Mayer died in his Manhattan home on November 17, one day before his 92nd birthday. From his first commission in 1952, Mayer created works spanning a broad musical spectrum. His preference for tonal music in an era when atonality … »Read

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The Last (?) Shoe Drops from Met's New Tosca

December 12, 2017 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Fate has not been kind to the Met Opera’s new production of Tosca , which opens December 31. The final shoe dropped this afternoon, when Bryn Terfel, the last surviving cast member of the original line up, had to withdraw, for reasons … »Read




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