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Berlin Phil's next conductor?Berlin Phil's next conductor?
The speculation has been running high for months, reaching fever-pitch: Who will be the new music director of the Berlin Philharmonic? The orchestra gets together and this being fairly unique in the world of classical music votes on who will lead them in the years to come. Not the least because the other most prestigious orchestra, the sloppy, occasionally inspired Vienna Philharmonic, has no permanent conductor, this position is arguably the most prestigious orchestral conducting job to have. Who will succeed Simon Rattle when he leaves the orchestra in 2018?
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Cuba trip represents MN Orchestra's revival
When the Minnesota Orchestra plays in Cuba this week, the visit will not only symbolize the reopening of relations between the United States and the communist nation, but also healing for an acclaimed ensemble that was "almost destroyed" by a long and bitter lockout. The orchestra, led by music director Osmo Vanska, will become the first from the U.S. to perform in Cuba since the announcement to restore full diplomatic relations after a half-century.
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Cincinnati Symphony has new contract plus $26M
The orchestra world is all too familiar with vicious cycles of mounting deficits, dwindling audiences, difficulty raising money and cuts. But at the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, things are moving happily in the opposite direction. The orchestra announced that a successful fund-raising $26M campaign, and a new contract that it reached with its musicians, would allow it to hire 14 more full-time players over the next four years, expanding the size of the ensemble to 90.
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Pittsburgh Symphony appoints new president, CEO
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Charlotte Symphony music director signs extension
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Conductor to leave Portland symphony, but not for three years
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