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Dallas Symphony Looks to Women in 2019-20

February 12, 2019 | Sarah Shay, Musical America
In his first season as music director designate, Fabio Luisi [pictured] will lead the Dallas Symphony Orchestra in five weeks of concerts, the highlights of which include Salome in concert, the Dallas premiere of composer-in-residence Julia … » Read
 

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Another New Music Venue for London?

February 12, 2019 | Anthony Brown, Musical America
London’s cup is suddenly running over with major new music venues. The plans for the Center for Music in the City of London, located at the Barbican Center, were no sooner  unveiled than Anthony Wilkinson, founder and director of the … » Read
 

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Roomful of Teeth: Vocal Ensemble as Laboratory

February 8, 2019 | Taylor Grant, Musical America
When Brad Wells formed Roomful of Teeth in 2008, he set out “to build a new kind of instrument.” The ensemble he was creating would sing neither the standard choral repertoire nor songs from other vocal traditions. Traditional choral … » Read
 

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Does Film Music Really Belong in the Concert Hall?

February 8, 2019 | Alan Fletcher, for Musical America
Critic Anne Midgette recently published a piece about film music . Evidently, as a “serious classical music lover,” she had been told to disdain film music, but now, with special thanks to John Williams, she realizes that was wrong. … » Read
 

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Minnesota Opera Purchases Intimate Lab Theater

February 8, 2019 | Susan Elliott, Musical America
The Minnesota Opera, not one to shy away from new and experimental work, has purchased the 350-seat Lab Theater in Minneapolis, a former 6,000-square foot warehouse originally opened in 1988 as a second stage for the Guthrie Theater. The former … » Read
 

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Opera Philadelphia's O19 Fest Boasts Two World Premieres

February 7, 2019 | Nicholas Beard, Musical America
Opera Philadelphia continues to break new ground in 2019-20, offering two world and two company premieres in its third annual fall festival, O19, while sticking to the mainstays in its spring season with the Verdi Requiem and Madame Butterfly. … » Read
 
 

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