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Month: September 2023

Orchestra

Bridging Classical and Modern in Romania’s Diverse Spaces

Embracing a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity, Radio Romania Muzical is re-launching its acclaimed program, “Listen to Five Minutes of Classical Music,” in various unconventional venues and schools throughout Romania this October.

Domingo Hindo

Free Classical Concerts for Liverpool’s Students

In an ambitious move to elevate musical understanding and appreciation among the youth, the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra is extending an offer to secondary schools, granting students access to renowned classical concerts at the city’s eminent Philharmonic Hall, absolutely free of charge.

Norrlandsoperan

Norrlandsoperan Welcomes Eduardo Strausser

Norrlandsoperan in Umeå proudly announces the appointment of the internationally acclaimed Eduardo Strausser as their Principal Conductor and Music Director, commencing from the autumn of 2024.

Perelman Performing Arts Center

Manhattan’s New Cultural Hub: The Perelman Performing Arts Center

Introducing a magnificent symbol of cultural rebirth and resilience, the Perelman Performing Arts Center (PAC) unfolds as a newly opened $500 million establishment, illuminating the landscape next to the 9/11 memorial in lower Manhattan. Conceived in 2003, the center marks a pivotal effort to revitalize the locale after the traumatic events of 9/11.

Barakat Gallery

The Enigmatic Theft of a Million-Dollar Buddha

A priceless bronze Buddha statue, originating from Japan’s Edo Period, has mysteriously disappeared from Los Angeles’s prestigious Barakat Gallery, leaving behind a series of unanswered questions surrounding the motives and methodologies of this stealthy theft.

The Scottish National Gallery Project - National Galleries of Scotland

Scottish Art Reborn: The Transformation of National Galleries

The unveiling of the new Scottish Galleries symbolizes a transformative chapter in the portrayal of Scotland’s artistic legacy, reflecting the unrelenting efforts of Sir John Leighton, the esteemed director-general of the National Galleries of Scotland, to augment the representation of historic Scottish art in Edinburgh’s National Gallery. This pivotal moment arises as Sir John Leighton anticipates his departure in 2024, leaving behind a significantly enriched platform.

Tomáš Netopil

Tomáš Netopil Takes Baton at Prague Symphony Orchestra

Prague Symphony Orchestra (PSO) welcomes a new Chief Conductor, Tomáš Netopil, who is set to assume the prestigious position with the commencement of the 2025/26 season, succeeding Tomáš Brauner. This transition symbolizes not just a change in leadership but also a renewed promise of musical excellence and cultural richness.