23rd January – Looking to the future: Glyndebourne’s renewable energy source and Plácido Domingo supports music education

Monday 23rd January 2012

The New Yorker

Etta James: Her Lonely Sound.

Hilton Als remembers Etta James.

New York Times

Stradivari Cello Sells For More Than $6 Million.

A beloved set of strings goes to a good home.

LA Times

A New Stage Gives Voice To Nazi-Suppressed Operas.

Last weekend marked the first time that Ernst Krenek’s “The Secret Kingdom” and Viktor Ullmann’s “The Emperor of Atlantis” have shared a bill.

Placido Domingo Shows Support For New York Music Education Program.

On Wednesday, Plácido Domingo took time out of his schedule to travel 40 blocks south where he conducted a youth concert of students who are participating in a music program inspired by Venezuela’s El Sistema.

BBC News

Glyndebourne Wind Turbine Divides Opinion.

The turbine at Glyndebourne Opera House has been officially launched five years after the project was first publicly mooted.