Topics include self-publishing composers, the New World Symphony’s brand new concert hall, the New York Philharmonic’s digital archives, the Detroit Symphony’s efforts to save the rest of their season, and more.
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This week’s panel:
This week’s topics include:
- Creditors are calling the Detroit Symphony. They’d really like their $54 million back.
- Meanwhile, the DSO has given one final offer to the musicians. If the sides cannot agree on some version of this proposal, the season will likely be cancelled.
- On his blog this week, Eric Whitacre posted some of John Mackey’s thoughts and experiences on self-publishing.
- NewMusicBox’s Rob Deemer has been happy to find some such self-publishing composers to include in an anthology he’s compiling of music by composers born after 1960.
- The New World Symphony opened a beautiful new hall this week with the premiere of a new work by Thomas Adès.
- The New York Philharmonic has announced their next season, including a rare performance of Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Gruppen for three orchestras!
- NY Philharmonic is also opening its newly digitized archives, including documents from Leonard Bernstein and Gustav Mahler.