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New Dallas Symphony assistant conductor Hotoda makes area debut

“There’s a new baton in town,” writes Scott Cantrell in Saturday’s (6/6) Dallas Morning News. “It belongs to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s new assistant conductor, Rei (pronounced Ray)...

June 8, 2009

Alsop signs new contract with Baltimore Symphony through 2015

In Friday’s (6/5) Baltimore Sun, Tim Smith reports, “Marin Alsop, the dynamic American conductor who became the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s 12th music director in September 2007, will remain...

June 5, 2009

League of Composers orchestra to debut Wednesday in New York

Program includes classic modernists and living composers

June 8, 2009

Drucker’s legacy at New York Philharmonic

Clarinetist to give final solo performances of 60-year tenure

June 5, 2009

Pasadena Symphony Association announces recovery plan

Orchestra hopes eliminate debt and balance budget by fall 2010

June 8, 2009

Nashville Symphony opens summer series

Music by Schumann, Rimsky-Korsakov, and Higdon on program

June 5, 2009

Montalvo Arts Center executive charts new direction

McConnell hopes center can re-engage with community

June 5, 2009

Injured Duluth violinist organizes chamber music festival

Martin hopes Three Bridges grows to international recognition

June 5, 2009

Detroit Symphony gets $1 million from Ford Foundation to expand fund-raising

It’s a tough time for Michigan’s arts institutions, writes Mark Stryker in Wednesday’s (6/3) Detroit Free Press. “But the Detroit Symphony Orchestra just hit a $1-million jackpot. The...

June 4, 2009

Musicians donate services to Colonial Symphony

Benefit concert to take place Sunday

June 4, 2009