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Florida Orchestra and musicians agree on new three-year contract, with pay raises Obituary: conductor and educator Larry Rachleff, 67 Tucson Symphony to embrace city’s local heritage in 2022-23 season...

August 11, 2022

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  Review: Lina González-Granados makes LA Phil debut at Hollywood Bowl Pittsburgh Symphony and musicians agree on one-year contract, with pay increases Wilbur Lin named Missouri Symphony Orchestra’s music...

August 18, 2022

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“Happy birthday” to John Williams at Tanglewood In Scotland, Philadelphia Orchestra replaces Beethoven 9 with Beethoven 5 when Edinburgh Festival Chorus singers choose not to wear masks New San...

August 25, 2022

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Michael Tilson Thomas conducts Beethoven’s Ninth at Tanglewood Akron Symphony to debut at Blossom Festival with semi-staged “Sound of Music” also featuring music-theater students Compare and contrast: American and...

September 1, 2022

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  Masks for audiences and artists? Different protocols as fall concert season approaches Big turnout for East Texas Symphony Orchestra’s second annual park concert New two-week arts festival in...

September 8, 2022

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Riccardo Muti heads into final season as Chicago Symphony’s music director At Delaware Symphony, new three-year musicians contract with pay increases and expanded community engagement Charlotte Symphony aims for...

September 15, 2022

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San Francisco Symphony names Matthew Spivey as CEO Julia Wolfe’s “Her Story,” about equality for women, gets world premiere by Nashville Symphony; will be performed by orchestras of Boston,...

September 22, 2022

Boston Symphony’s Gail Samuel on tackling multiple challenges, ushering in change

“Confronting the challenge of wooing listeners back to concerts, widening the audience by appealing to multi-generational groups, and pushing an often-insular industry perceived as elitist by some into diversity...

August 8, 2022

Family classical-music road-trip, including festivals in Colorado and Wyoming

“Four classical music festivals. Three children. Two exhausted parents, with a brave grandfather in tow. One bedraggled minivan. It’ll be fun, my wife promised me. Surprisingly, it was,” writes...

August 8, 2022

Montana to Nevada: Ignacio Barrón Viela selected as Reno Philharmonic’s president and CEO

“Ignacio Barrón Viela’s love for music started at his childhood home in Spain, but soon it will lead him to Reno. Barrón Viela will begin his new role as...

August 8, 2022