Dallas Symphony’s multiple music education programs, new and established

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“For 30 years, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra has provided free instruments and lessons to talented string players in underserved communities through its Young Strings Program,” writes Nicole Cormier in...

June 22, 2022

Report: American orchestras playing more works by women and composers of color

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“American orchestras have long fallen short when it comes to performing compositions by women and people of color, sticking to a canon of music dominated by white, largely male...

June 22, 2022

Toronto Symphony’s new resident conductor: Trevor Wilson

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“The Toronto Symphony Orchestra has named a rising young talent as its next resident conductor,” writes Susan Elliott in Tuesday’s (6/21) Musical America (subscription required). “Trevor Wilson, who trained...

June 22, 2022

Singapore Symphony names Hans Graf music director

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“On 2 June, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra announced that Hans Graf will step up and assume the title of Music Director … for the upcoming 2022/23 season,” after serving...

June 22, 2022

Ukrainian parliament votes to ban performances and broadcasts of some Russian music

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“Ukraine’s parliament has voted in favor of banning some Russian music in media and public spaces,” writes Alys Davies in Monday’s (6/20) BBC News (U.K). “The ban will not...

June 22, 2022

New York City’s 92nd Street Y—now 92NY—undertakes $200 million campus upgrade

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“Changes are afoot at the 92nd Street Y. For starters, that’s not technically its name anymore,” writes Matt Stevens in Sunday’s (6/19) New York Times. The organization has a...

June 22, 2022

Pacific Symphony continues free outdoor chamber concerts in summer 2022

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The Pacific Symphony’s free Symphony On the Go! outdoor chamber music concerts have returned for a second summer at venues throughout Orange County, California. The 2022 series began with...

June 22, 2022