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Opus 3 Adds to Its Vocal Roster in an 'Integration' with Indie Firm

November 29, 2023 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Opus 3 Artists, purchased by the San Francisco of Music (SFCM) three years ago, will widen its roster of vocal artists by incorporating the 40 singers and two conductors on the roster of Magnum Opus Artists (MOA), a New Jersey-based firm … »Read


New Simon Boccanegra Signals Japan's Return to the International Opera Scene

November 29, 2023 | Ken Smith, Musical America
TOKYO—Right from its opening in 1997, the New National Theatre, Tokyo has specialized in lavish international productions—Franco Zeffirelli’s Aida and Wolfgang Wagner’s Lohengrin set the tone in its inaugural … »Read

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Ailyn Pérez Sees Her Reflection in Met's Florencia

November 29, 2023 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
Soprano Ailyn Pérez is no stranger to the Metropolitan Opera, but her current portrayal of Florencia Grimaldi in Daniel Catán’s Florencia en el Amazonas marks the first time this bilingual daughter of Mexican immigrants has … »Read

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Century-old Music School Names New CEO

November 29, 2023 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
The Music School of Delaware, an accredited community institution serving its home state and nearby environs, will have a new president and CEO as it enters its centennial year in 2024. He is Stephen Beaudoin, an energetic music executive on the … »Read

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Festival or 'Bunch of Stuff in November'?

November 29, 2023 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
The California Festival: A Celebration of New Music , announced with considerable fanfare last January, launched on Nov. 3 and concluded on Nov. 19. The festival, presumably a one-off affair, boasted that 100 organizations and ensembles presented … »Read

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Music Exec at 92nd St Y to Exit

November 28, 2023 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Amy Lam is to step down as VP and executive director of Tisch Music, a robust program at Manhattan’s 92nd Street Y, at the end of the year. She exits after two years in the job , a brief tenure compared to the 21 years of her predecessor, … »Read




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