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Government must support cultural groups, says Victoria Symphony chief

Arts an important part of society’s fabric

September 9, 2009

Charlotte Symphony musicians ratify new contract

In Saturday’s (9/5) Charlotte Observer (North Carolina), Steven Brown reports, “For the second time in two years, the Charlotte Symphony’s musicians have taken a pay cut meant to...

September 8, 2009

Virginia Symphony’s Johnson resigns

Executive director’s resignation immediate; search committee being formed 

September 8, 2009

Cleveland Orchestra unveils three new series for 2009-10

Orchestra hopes to expand audience with new offerings 

September 8, 2009

New Mexico Symphony delays start of season

Musicians' contract still under negotiation 

September 8, 2009

Changing of the guard at Bay Area arts institutions

Carneiro will bring new enthusiasm to Nagano’s former post 

September 8, 2009

Pacific Symphony hopes to bring awareness to breast cancer

September 12 Tchaikovsky program dedicated to those with cancer 

September 8, 2009

Tourangeau already in the swing of things at Utah Symphony

As orchestra season starts, formidable challenges but positive signs 

September 8, 2009

Did Bach experiment with tone rows?

Theorist Altschuler discovers 12-tone row in Bach prelude 

September 8, 2009

Honolulu Symphony gets $1.8 million advance from Foundation

In Friday’s (9/4) Pacific Business News, Randi Petrello reports, “The Honolulu Symphony is getting a $1.8 million advance from the Honolulu Symphony Foundation to pay back wages for...

September 4, 2009