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Missing from the Repertoire: Lesser-known Works by Deceased White Europeans

January 19, 2022 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
The hue and cry over the long overdue inclusion of more works by women and people of color can serve to disguise the fact that there are also thousands of other composers, some quite famous in their time, who hardly ever make it into a concert … » Read

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London Phil Claims 32,000 TikTok Followers

January 19, 2022 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
Classical music lovers and TikTok aficionados might not seem to be cut from the same cloth, but the recent experience of the London Philharmonic suggests otherwise. In January 2021 the LPO joined the social networking service, hoping to keep … » Read

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A Ticket to a DSO Concert Buys a Free Covid Test

January 17, 2022 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
Those attending a Dallas Symphony Orchestra concert at the Meyerson Symphony Center can now take a pre-performance rapid antigen Covid-19 test onsite at no cost. “Our intention is to have the safest environment we can and to have people … » Read

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Arkansas Symphony to Build a New, $9M Music Center

January 14, 2022 | Nicholas Beard, Musical America
The Arkansas Symphony Orchestra has announced plans for a $9mn state-of-the-art, 20,000-sq.-ft. music center to be located adjacent to the Clinton Presidential Center. For the past two years the ASO has been raising money behind-the-scenes. With … » Read

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San Antonio Musicians Propose Concessions to Return to Work

January 14, 2022 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
The union representing the musicians of the San Antonio Symphony, who have been on strike  since September 2021, have proposed returning compensation to 2019 levels, the last time both sides ratified a collective bargaining agreement. The … » Read

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Orlando Launches Its Brand New Concert Hall Mid-Covid

January 14, 2022 | John Fleming, Musical America
ORLANDO – Steinmetz Hall has been a long time coming. First proposed in the 1990s, the development of a first-class venue for classical music, opera, and dance in downtown Orlando had to overcome many delays, detours, and doubts through the … » Read

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San Francisco Symphony & Other Cancellations

January 13, 2022 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
The San Francisco Symphony cancelled its matinee concert on Thursday, 30 minutes before the downbeat. Results from the morning’s routine Covid tests among the musicians had apparently just come in and so the decision had to be made at the … » Read

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Terry Teachout Dies at 65

January 13, 2022 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
Terry Teachout, biographer, playwright, journalist, blogger, and longtime theater critic for the Wall Street Journal , died the morning of January 13 while visiting a friend in Smithtown, NY. He was 65. His death was first reported in the … » Read

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Elbephilharmonie Turns Five, Celebrates with Special Programming

January 12, 2022 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
January 11 marked the fifth anniversary of the opening of Elbphilharmonie Hamburg , an architectural marvel that has elevated the cultural profile of this northern German city internationally. Since 2017 its performance halls have hosted about … » Read

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Covid Cancellitis as of 1/11/22

January 11, 2022 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
As anticipated, the Cleveland Orchestra has cancelled its tour of Southern Florida, scheduled for January 21-29, starting at the Adrianne Arsht Center in Miami and traveling to the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach, and Symphony Hall at … » Read

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