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Berlin Phil has new maestroBerlin Phil has new maestro
The Berlin Philharmonic named Siberian-born Kirill Petrenko as its next chief conductor. Petrenko, currently music director of the Bavarian State Opera, won the Berlin job despite only having worked with its musicians on three previous occasions. Petrenko, 43, will take over from Simon Rattle, who is leaving to take over the London Symphony Orchestra. Berlin Philharmonic members select their own conductor. They held several rounds of voting in May but failed to agree. They finally reached a decision with Petrenko.
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Pittsburgh Symphony recordings reach wide audience
All music naturally fades to silence, but Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performances live on, thanks to in-house recordings of all its classical subscription concerts. Those recordings serve as an archive of the orchestra's artistic achievements and are the basis of radio broadcasts heard across the United States and as an Internet presence internationally.
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