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Cooper International Competition Announces Participants

  Open to violinists between the ages of 13 and 18, the eleventh annual Thomas and Evon Cooper International Competition will take place between August 15-19,...

Carnegie Hall Announces 2022/23 Concert Season

  Carnegie Hall’s 2022/23 concert season will include a selection of multi-genre concerts as well as multiple education and social impact programs created by Carnegie...

Guitarist Jiji Kim Appointed to IU's Jacobs School of Music Faculty

  Classical guitarist Jiji Kim (JIJI) has been appointed to the faculty at Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music. She will begin as an associate...

German Music Competition Announces 2022 Winners

German Music Competition (Deutscher Musikwettbewerb - DMW) chose clarinetist Lyuta Kobayashi, organist Aurel Dawidiuk, and violinist Anne Luisa Kramb as their 2022 solo winners.  German...

Australian Violinist Harry Egerton Wins Joyce Campbell Lloyd Scholarship

  Administered by Queensland's Griffith University, the Joyce Campbell Lloyd Scholarship carries a value of $20,000 AUD, to be spent on further study for the recipient. The...

Singapore Symphony Orchestra Appoints New Associate Conductor

  28-year-old Venezuelan conductor Rodolfo Barráez succeeds Joshua Tan as the Associate Conductor at the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO). Tan held the position from 2013...

Cellist Sydney Lee Wins Meadowmount School of Music Inaugural Gurrena Fellowship

  25-year-old Korean-American cellist Sydney Lee has been named the inaugural recipient of the Meadowmount School of Music's Gurrena Fellowship. Carrying a value of $50,000,...

Bard College Conservatory of Music Announces Composers in Residence

  Both composers will join the Bard Conservatory in the fall of 2022. A recipient of the Leonard Bernstein Award from the ASCAP Foundation and the Sphinx...

New-York Based Argus Quartet Welcomes New Cellist

  Within the Argus Quartet, Mariel Roberts joins violinists Clara Kim and Giancarlo Latta, and violist Maren Rothfritz. As a soloist and chamber musician, Roberts has...

Conductor Eric Jacobsen to Step Down from Greater Bridgeport Symphony

  Conductor Eric Jacobsen recently announced that the 2022/23 season will be his last as Music Director of Connecticut's Greater Bridgeport Symphony (GBS). By the...

Taiwan’s Taipei Performing Arts Center Opens 

  Created by The Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) based in the Netherlands, in collaboration with Taiwanese design studio Kris Yao Artech, the Taipei Performing...

The Florida Orchestra and Musicians' Union Ratify New Contract

  The Florida Orchestra (TFO) and its Musicians' Union have ratified a new three-year contract which provides benefits to both the orchestra's players and to...

Conductor Larry Rachleff has Died, Aged 67

  Conductor Larry Rachleff has passed away this week after a long battle with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. A graduate of the University of Connecticut and University of...

STOLEN VIOLIN | 1896 Léon Fischesser Violin Stolen in Cape Town

  “My dear violin was stolen tonight out of my boot at the Heritage Square ‘secure’ parking,” Petrus De Beer wrote on Facebook. “I’m totally...

Los Angeles Philharmonic Announces Resident Fellows

  Three early-career musicians have been named as the Judith and Thomas L. Beckmen LA Phil Resident Fellows for the 2022/23 season. They are Cuban...



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