Chicago Symphony Orchestra cancels concerts through March 2021, due to pandemic

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“All Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association-presented performances scheduled from Jan. 7 through March 30, 2021, have been canceled due to the pandemic,” writes Howard Reich in Thursday’s (10/15) Chicago Tribune....

October 16, 2020

Pay cuts for Philadelphia Orchestra musicians to continue through Sept. 2021

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“With live concerts and the ticket revenue that comes with them gone for the foreseeable future, pay cuts for musicians of the Philadelphia Orchestra will continue for a year...

October 16, 2020

Conductor on the move: Roderick Cox makes podium debuts in Fort Worth and Dallas

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“Black Americans remain significantly underrepresented in classical music. Conductor Roderick Cox wants to help change that,” writes Tim Diovanni in Thursday’s (10/15) Dallas Morning News. “This month, he makes...

October 16, 2020

New memoir by composer John Luther Adams

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“John Luther Adams forged the distinctive sound-world that won him the Pulitzer Prize with his vast orchestral piece, ‘Become Ocean,’ ” writes Michael Upchurch in Sunday’s (10/11) Seattle Times....

October 16, 2020

Review: Buffalo Philharmonic’s streamed Dvořák/Grieg/Bach program from Kleinhans, minus audience

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“The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra’s ‘Love and Longing’ performance on Tuesday night, part of the livestreamed BPOnDemand series, gave classical music fans reason to praise the BPO’s resilience in moving...

October 16, 2020

Obituary: Conductor Charles Schneider, 84

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“Charles Schneider, a longtime leader of the Schenectady Symphony Orchestra as well as several other New York-based music groups, died last week from complications due to idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis,” writes...

October 16, 2020

Chicago Sinfonietta’s virtual season-opener, featuring world premiere, Piazzolla, Beethoven, Price, more

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The Chicago Sinfonietta will open its 2020-21 season on October 17 with a virtual concert entitled “Common Ground: Collective Stories” featuring works ranging from Copland’s Fanfare for the Common...

October 16, 2020