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Carnegie Hall to fund renovations through sale of bonds

$100 million to pay for renovations to studio towers and backstage areas

May 12, 2009

Debating the merits of audience booing

Is booing a closed-minded activity or a way to heighten musical awareness?

May 12, 2009

Female conductors increasingly at the helm

In Sunday’s (5/10) Los Angeles Times, Chloe Veltman writes, “In March, Xian Zhang made history: The Giuseppe Verdi Orchestra in Milan appointed the 35-year-old conductor to the position...

May 11, 2009

Arkansas Symphony taps Littlejohn for executive director post

Former Pensacola Symphony chief to start in June

May 11, 2009

San Diego classical musical groups hit hard by economy

San Diego Symphony proves particularly resilient

May 11, 2009

Reflecting on Lincoln Center’s 50 years

The impact of multiple arts groups on one campus

May 11, 2009

Los Angeles Philharmonic to perform Andres’s new work

Adams to lead premiere of “Nightjar” as part of Green Umbrella series

May 11, 2009

Former Virginia Symphony music director to be honored by Old Dominion

Stanger to receive honorary doctorate; string quartet named after him

May 11, 2009

Seattle Symphony engages glass artist Chihuly as “Artist in Residence”

In Friday’s (5/8) Seattle Times, Michael Upchurch reports, “For the first time, the Seattle Symphony is appointing an ‘Artist in Association’: Seattle glass artist Dale Chihuly. The occasion...

May 8, 2009

Albany Symphony celebrates Hudson Quadricentennial

Orchestra to premiere Hagen’s “River Music” Saturday

May 8, 2009