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Contests & Awards

Time for Three Tops the Classical Grammys

February 6, 2023 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Many Grammys are awarded just prior to the televised ones; classical music's among them. Below is the complete list, with a few strange ones, including the awarding of “Best Classical Instrumental Solo” to Time for Three, a trio; … »Read


In San Francisco: Homelessness Comes to the Concert Hall

February 6, 2023 | Steven Winn, Musical America
SAN FRANCISCO—Patrons encounter them on their way to Davies Symphony Hall as they do almost anywhere in San Francisco. The homeless are everywhere in the city, sleeping in doorways, wheeling their possessions about in shopping carts, holed … »Read

People in the News

Yannick Re-ups in Philly; Bobblehead Doll Marks the Occasion

February 5, 2023 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
On the eve of “Philly Loves Yannick Week,” which includes a bobblehead of the conductor as a contest prize and a cocktail named in his honor served at a dozen local restaurants, the Philadelphia Orchestra has announced the extension … »Read

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German Director Jürgen Flimm Dies at 81

February 5, 2023 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
Jürgen Flimm, famed director of theater, opera, and film, died on February 4 in Hamelwörden northwest of Hamburg. He was 81. His death was announced by Berlin State Opera Unter den Linden, of which he served as director from 2010-2018. … »Read

Industry News

Houston Grand O Gets $22M

February 5, 2023 | Nicholas Beard, Musical America
Houston Grand Opera’s young artists studio has been renamed the Sarah and Ernest Butler Houston Grand Opera Studio, honoring the couple's $22 million gift. It is the largest the HGO has ever received in its 68-year-history and defined as … »Read

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International Conductors Guild Names New Prez

February 6, 2023 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
Clare Fox Hillard, music director and conductor of the Albany (GA) Symphony Orchestra, is the new president of the International Conductors Guild. Elected for a two-year term during the ICG’s recent three-day conference in Valencia, Spain, … »Read




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