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The Aaron Copland Fund for Music has opened its 2018 Performance Program grant cycle. The Performance Program supports performing and presenting organizations whose artistic excellence encourages and improves public knowledge and appreciation of serious contemporary American…
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The New Haven Symphony Orchestra will open its 2018-19 season in October with the commissioned world premiere of Fanfare for 125 by Martin Bresnick, to mark the orchestra’s 125th season. William Boughton, who will step down in May 2019 after twelve years as music director, will lead…
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“When the Minnesota Orchestra needed a French horn player to perform at Carnegie Hall, they called James Engebretson. Engebretson was the band director at a Twin Cities middle school at the time,” writes Andy Mannix in Friday’s (5/18) Star Tribune (Minneapolis). “Years later, at…
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“New London, like small cities across Minnesota, has felt the influx of dollars from the Legacy Amendment, passed a decade ago,” writes Jenna Ross in Monday’s (5/21) Star Tribune (Minneapolis). “Since 2009, Legacy funding has provided more than $440 million to historical, artistic and…
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The June 7 issue of the New York Review of Books includes Tim Page’s essay on “a gigantic collection of recordings by Herbert von Karajan (1908–1989), released at the end of last year and billed as the Austrian conductor’s complete recorded output for Deutsche Grammophon and…
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“Performing arts organizations have long recognized the need to attract younger audiences that will someday support them financially,” writes Monica Smart in Thursday’s (5/24) Dallas Observer. “In addition to retaining their current audiences, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, …
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“The sounds coming out of the Kansas City Symphony offices Thursday can be described by the Italian musical term mesto,” writes Brian Kaberline in Thursday’s Kansas City Business Journal. “The reason for sad music comes as longtime Executive Director Frank Byrne announced that he…
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“Pro-Palestinian protesters interrupted the Philadelphia Orchestra’s Thursday night performance in Brussels, urging the orchestra to cancel the upcoming Israel leg of its tour,” writes Peter Dobrin in Friday’s (5/24) Philadelphia Inquirer. “The protesters broke into a performance of the Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1 in D Minor…
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Spokane Symphony Concertmaster Mateusz Wolski will host his second “The M Show: Music, Mayhem Mystery” events on May 24 and 25 at Spokane’s Washington Cracker Company Building....
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“The Bravo! Vail Music Festival has named another new executive director: Caitlin Murray, its onetime VP of development, is to succeed Jennifer Teisinger in the job,” writes Nicholas Beard in last Thursday’s (5/17) MusicalAmerica.com....
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