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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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SoCal Makes the Case for Survival of the Hippest in 2017

December 13, 2017 | Richard Ginell, Musical America
LOS ANGELES—Some East Coast commentators conceded this year that Southern California is the place to be as far as “important” progressive musical activity is concerned. As usual in recent years, the Los Angeles Philharmonic was … »Read

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Classical Music Field Is Fertile Ground for Discrimination

December 13, 2017 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
A recent study by the Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM) finds 60 per cent of people who work in classical music in the UK have experienced sexual harassment and discrimination. “The primary place in which it’s taking place is in … »Read

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Juilliard Development Chief Will Exit for Chicago

December 13, 2017 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Elizabeth Hurley, vice president for development and public affairs at the Juilliard School since 2013, is to become chief development officer at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, effective March 1. She succeeds Mary Ladish Selander, who announced in … »Read

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Five More Peter Martins Accusers Come Forward

December 13, 2017 | Nicholas Beard, Musical America
Five more dancers have come forward with claims of abuse by New York City Ballet Artistic Director Peter Martins. An eyewitness describes how he watched Martins pick up former principal dancer Heather Watts and “slam her into a cement … »Read


Adams-Sellars Golden West: A Victim of High Expectations

December 12, 2017 | John Rockwell, Musical America
SAN FRANCISCO--Reviewing the final performance of a long operatic run has its advantages and disadvantages. The performance is presumably polished. If you’ve paid attention to previous reviews, you can react to the opinions of others as … »Read




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