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Musical Instrument Museum plans April opening

Installation expected to begin in October

September 4, 2009

Muti to conduct concert for earthquake victims

L’Aquila, Italy concert for survivors of April disaster

September 4, 2009

British Museum puts entire sound archive online

2,000 hours of recordings now available to public free of charge

September 4, 2009

Dallas Symphony’s new Tchaikovsky CD with van Zweden

“On the eve of a new concert season,” writes Scott Cantrell in Wednesday’s (9/2) Dallas Morning News, “the Dallas and Fort Worth symphony orchestras have new CDs on...

September 3, 2009

Modesto Symphony taps Smith as CEO

New chief excited about shifting from opera to orchestra

September 3, 2009

Indianapolis Symphony announces guest conductors for 2009-10

Nine conductors will fill slots vacated by former music director

September 3, 2009

Rochester Philharmonic adjusts programming

Orchestra replaces large-scale productions with less costly ones

September 3, 2009

Letters of protest prompt B.C. government to restore arts grants

$20 million over two years restored, with additional $30 million added

September 3, 2009

Obituary: Chicago Symphony’s Philip Blum, 77

Cellist and Chicago native played with hometown orchestra for 54 years

September 3, 2009

Obituary: Pops conductor and mentor Erich Kunzel, 74

“An era has ended,” writes Janelle Gelfand in Wednesday’s (9/2) Cincinnati Enquirer. “Erich Kunzel, 74, Cincinnati’s music man for more than 44 years, has died. ...

September 2, 2009