Metropolitan Opera grant is worth $50,000.
Violin concerto no. 2 will be heard for the first time with orchestra at Durham Cathedral.
17,000 free tracks will go online in February, the material collected by America’s great musicologist.
A record company has begun a worldwide search for the singer who can sing a note so low that it is thought never to have been sung before.
Boundaries are being broken across the music world. The industry can capitalise on it if it embraces the spirit of change, writes Max Hole.
Guest pianists Lang Lang and Andre Watts will highlight the Pacific Symphony’s 2012-13 season at the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa.
Reached by phone two days after the premiere, Glass admitted, “Everyone is afraid to do a Ninth Symphony. It’s not that it killed off Beethoven, Schubert, Mahler … but it is a funny kind of jinx that people think about.”
“G” is for Gustavo Dudamel, and “M” is for Monday, when the conductor will appear on PBS’ “Sesame Street.”