Classical Music News
Watch Elliott Carter, Giant Of American Music, Dies At 103
November 6, 2012 – The composer, who won two Pulitzers for his adventurous music, died in New York.
Read Storm Scores: Finding Poignant Reminders In Water-Damaged Music
November 3, 2012 – A conductor considers scores in her personal library that were struck by Hurricane Sandy.
Read Classical Crib Sheet: Top 5 Stories This Week
Watch 'Nixon In China': An American Opera Inches Toward Classic At 25
October 22, 2012 – John Adams' first opera premiered 25 years ago today at Houston Grand Opera. Watch an excerpt.
Read Philadelphia Orchestra Reboots With New Music Director
October 18, 2012 – The world-renowned orchestra has revitalized, adding the youthful energy of Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
Read Masur And Levine On Parkinson's, Animating Wild Things And Shattering A Stereotype
October 12, 2012 – From around the classical internet, all the week's news that's fit to link.
Read During Lockout Season, Orchestra Musicians Grapple With Their Future
October 10, 2012 – American symphonies have just begun a new season — but many musicians have yet to play a note.
Read (More) Lockouts, Lawsuits And Losses
Read In Ohio, A Three-Way Musical Marriage Of Convenience
September 28, 2012 – After struggling with budget issues, the Dayton Philharmonic, Ballet and Opera banded together.
Read Orchestra Strikes, The Winter Of 'Spring For Music' And A Fertile Face For Opera
September 28, 2012 – From across the classical internet, all the news that's fit to link.
Watch The 2012 Gramophone Awards: Some Surprises, Lots Of (Repeated) Familiar Names
September 27, 2012 – From Calleja to Abbado to Grosvenor, read about and hear some of the winners at this year's awards.
Read The Strad Swindler Goes To Trial And Netrebko Bids Adieu To Her Former Self
September 21, 2012 – From across the classical internet this week, all the news that's fit to link.
Read Trouble In The Twin Cities: Two Orchestras In Labor Disputes
September 15, 2012 – Both the Minnesota Orchestra and the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra may be headed for a strike.
Read Van Cliburn Speaks, Atlanta's War Of Words And Domingo's Successor
September 14, 2012 – From this week, read all the classical news that's fit to link.
Watch William Duckworth, An Innovative Voice In Music And Teaching, Silenced At 69
September 13, 2012 – The postminimalist composer inspired a generation of students and friends.