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Industry News

San Francisco Players to Join Chicago Picket Line

March 25, 2019 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
Musicians of the San Francisco S ymphony have announced that they intend to join striking colleagues from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra on the picket line should the ongoing labor dispute not be settled by the time they arrive in Chicago on … »Read


Stars Align for Once in Netrebko and Kaufmann's Forza

March 25, 2019 | Mark Valencia, Musical America
LONDON—Narratively inferior to both Simon Boccanegra and Don Carlos , works that sit either side of it in Verdi’s chronology, La Forza del Destino is as hokey a tale as he ever set. It’s more a concatenation of coincidences than … »Read

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Barbara Hannigan Puts the Jungle Gym into 2019's Ojai Festival

March 25, 2019 | Clive Paget, Musical America
Music Director Barbara Hannigan and Artistic Director Thomas W. Morris have announced the program for this year’s Ojai Music Festival. Now in its 73 rd year, 2019 will be Morris’s final Festival after 16 years at the helm, a period … »Read

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Louis Andriessen Joins Brian Eno to Protest Broadcaster's Cuts

March 25, 2019 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
Composers Louis Andriessen and Colin Matthews are among the over 500 signatories to an open letter protesting proposed cuts to the British classical music station BBC Radio 3. The voices urging the U.K.’s national broadcaster to reconsider … »Read

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Monsters, David Del Tredici’s Latest Opus, Set for Premiere This Week

March 25, 2019 | Stuart Isacoff, Musical America
He was for many years associated with Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland , turning out ten brilliant orchestral works and an opera based on that literary theme, over the course of a quarter of a century. Of those efforts, Final Alice … »Read


BSO, Gerstein Wrestle a Fabulous New Beast

March 22, 2019 | Clive Paget, Musical America
There was a definite buzz in the air for the second of the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Carnegie Hall concerts on March 20. Reviews suggested Kirill Gerstein had scored a major hit a fortnight earlier on the BSO’s home turf with the … »Read




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