Seattle Symphony to give U.S. premiere of composer Hannah Kendall’s “Kanashibari”

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“Hannah Kendall is a name you’ll want to remember,” writes Thomas May in Tuesday’s (2/16) Seattle Times. “It was only two years ago that the young British composer’s work...

February 19, 2021

Carnegie Hall to remain closed to live performances through summer 2021

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“Carnegie Hall and its three stages will remain shuttered through the summer,” writes Susan Elliott in Thursday’s (2/18) Musical America (subscription required). “As per executive orders from the City...

February 19, 2021

New orchestra in Macon, Georgia set to debut in fall 2021

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“Macon will once again have a symphony orchestra, thanks to a five-year, $300,000 Peyton Anderson Foundation grant that will fund a collaboration between the world-renowned Robert McDuffie Center for...

February 19, 2021

California luthier crafts violin from local woods to highlight area’s music programs for youth

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“Most everyone has heard of The Red Violin, a 1998 film with a soundtrack by John Corigliano,” writes Diane Peterson in Sunday’s (2/13) Press Democrat (Sonoma County, CA). “Now...

February 19, 2021

In the U.K., opera singers help COVID patients with breathing issues

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“On a recent afternoon, the singing coach Suzi Zumpe was running through a warm-up with a student” named Wayne Cameron, writes Andrew Dickson in Tuesday’s (2/16) New York Times....

February 19, 2021

Review: Philadelphia Orchestra and Michelle Cann in new orchestration of Price piano concerto

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“There are more than a few astonishing aspects to Florence Price and her Piano Concerto in One Movement, starting with the fact that a Black woman in 1930s America...

February 19, 2021

Fresno Philharmonic’s virtual concerts and chats in 2021, hosted by Rei Hotoda

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The next installment of the Fresno Philharmonic’s 2021 virtual concert series will take place on February 20, with Music Director Rei Hotoda leading the orchestra in recently recorded performances...

February 19, 2021

“Black Musicians in Early Music” free livestream, Feb. 21

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On February 21, Early Music America and the Handel and Haydn Society will co-present “Black Musicians in Early Music,” a live-streamed conversation with Black musicians in the field of...

February 19, 2021

League Webinar to focus on mental health and wellness in the orchestra field

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Mental health and wellness are extremely important—yet frequently overlooked and often stigmatized. On Wednesday, February 24, the League of American Orchestras will present Mental Health and Wellness: A Conversation,...

February 19, 2021