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Grant Park Music Festival to return with eight weeks of free concerts for reduced-capacity audiences

  “The Grant Park Music Festival announced Tuesday its 2021 season will return to the Pritzker Pavilion, for a season of live music and in-person audiences,” writes Miriam Di...

May 5, 2021

Upcoming Orlando Philharmonic concert, featuring new song cycle honoring women’s suffrage

“Singer Aoife O’Donovan will premiere her song cycle ‘American, Come,’ honoring women’s suffrage at an Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra concert titled ‘An American Celebration’ on May 8 in the city’s...

May 5, 2021

Grand Rapids Symphony to give in-person concerts as part of summer series at city park

“Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park will host three live, in-person concert series this summer,” writes Danielle Nelson in Tuesday’s (5/4) Grand Rapids Business Journal (MI). “The concert series...

May 5, 2021

Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra appoints Davóne Tines to new creative partner position

“Bay Area appearances by the resourceful bass-baritone Davóne Tines have been few but dazzling,” writes Joshua Kosman in Tuesday’s (5/4) San Francisco Chronicle. “Just before the onset of the...

May 5, 2021

In France, cultural venues and restaurants to begin reopening May 19, ending third national lockdown

“French cafes, restaurants, cinemas and other cultural venues and businesses that have been closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic will reopen in several stages from May 19,” writes Clare...

May 5, 2021

Obituary: Dale Archer McNulty, Palm Beach Symphony board president, 79

“Dale Archer McNulty, a longtime resident who served as president of the board of the Palm Beach Symphony, died Monday, April 26, surrounded by his family. He was 79,” writes Shannon...

May 5, 2021

Fargo-Moorhead Symphony’s virtual Young People’s Concert, with art by former executive director

“With a wave of her wandlike paint brush, former Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra Director Linda Boyd brings to life a sprawling castle on stage in a recent virtual concert …...

May 4, 2021

Oregon Symphony rolls out comprehensive “Studio125” site with music, interviews, stories, and more

“While the pandemic lingers on, the Oregon Symphony has forged ahead to create a new online space where classical music lovers can simply click on a variety of music-related...

May 4, 2021

South Bend Symphony heads back to concert hall with Beethoven, Mason, and Mozart

“If things had gone according to plan, the South Bend Symphony Orchestra would be on the cusp of completing its three-season cycle of Beethoven’s nine symphonies” at Morris Performing...

May 4, 2021

Santa Fe Symphony’s Daniel Crupi to become Asheville Symphony’s executive director in July

“Daniel Crupi, executive director of the Santa Fe Symphony and Chorus, is leaving his position to become executive director of the Asheville Symphony Orchestra in Asheville, N.C., beginning in...

May 4, 2021