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NYC Opera Board prefers lower bidNYC Opera Board prefers lower bid
The board for the bankrupt New York City Opera said that it still wanted to sell the company’s name and few remaining assets to its preferred suitor, even though another bidder offered $250K more for them at an auction in court. A lawyer for the group that was passed over despite making a higher bid indicated that he would challenge the decision at a hearing. The board of City Opera has long favored a group called NYCO Renaissance, which is backed financially by Roy G. Niederhoffer, an investment manager who served on the board.
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A reprieve for Ulster Orchestra
Reports suggest that the Ulster Orchestra has managed to secure enough cash to maintain its existence in its current form, at least for the immediate future. In the face of the apocalyptic situation announced at the end of last year, when the orchestra had mere weeks to live, that’s already an achievement that should give the orchestra’s 63 musicians and 17 staff some cheer.
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Protests over Gergiev concert
A tense conflict that’s escalating in a faraway region of the world will resonates in Ann Arbor when a group of activists staged a protest in before the Mariinsky Orchestra’s concert. The orchestra is not the focus of the protest but is protesting Mariinsky conductor Valery Gergiev, and more specifically, the Ford Honors Distinguished Artist Award that Gergiev received from the University Musical Society. Gergiev is known to have close ties to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Ivan Fischer said American orchestras need to change
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L.A. Chamber Orchestra has $1.8M surplus
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Houston Grand Opera raises $172.9M
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Director Of Valencia’s Opera House fired and arrested
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Danish National Chamber Orchestra launched a Kickstarter campaign
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