Category: Media View

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Funding is good, but federal arts policy needed

A call for better synchronicity among agencies that fund arts

July 7, 2009

Obituary: conductor Gideon Grau, 86

Music director at Palo Alto Philharmonic, Saginaw Bay, other orchestras

July 7, 2009

Westchester and Berkeley orchestras stress advantages to suburban patrons

On Sunday (7/5), Associated Press reporter Jim Fitzgerald writes, “Orchestras, theaters, museums and other arts organizations in the nation’s suburbs face the challenge to attract customers—and donors—from the...

July 6, 2009

Brock named assistant conductor at Montreal Symphony

Conductor will assist Nagano at upcoming festivals

July 6, 2009

Thirty years after Stern’s visit, classical music booming in China

Beijing to honor violinist in October

July 6, 2009

Donnellan evokes American pastime with new instrument

National Symphony violinist’s YouTube video a smash hit

July 6, 2009

Summer cancellations hurt Bay-Atlantic Symphony’s promotional strategy

July 4th concert cancelled due to city budget

July 6, 2009

Japan and Australia planning cultural Olympics

Utopia Project would be biennial affair

July 6, 2009

St. Louis Symphony reports attendance and revenue increase for 2008-09

A report in Thursday’s (7/2) St. Louis Business Journal states, “The Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra‘s revenue increased 15 percent for the 2008-2009 season compared to last year. ......

July 2, 2009

United Arts grant could keep opera alive in Orlando

$200,000 in funds contingent on Orlando Philharmonic’s decision to produce opera

July 2, 2009