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Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola Summertime
09 Jun 2011
“One of the best jazz clubs ever!” says National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master and legendary alto saxophonist Phil Woods of Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola at Jazz at Lincoln Center. We offer a preview of the venue's busy summertime lineup .

Edo de Waart Named Milwaukee Symphony Music Director
04 Jan 2008
Dutch conductor Edo de Waart has been named the next music director of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, effective with the 2009-10 season.



José Carreras Says There Will Be No More Three Tenors Concerts
04 Jan 2008 -- There can be no Three Tenors without the late Luciano Pavarotti, says one of the two surviving members of the operatic juggernaut. José Carreras told The Australian newspaper in an interview published yesterday that there is no question of reviving the popular group with a new third member.

Metropolitan Opera Presents New Year's Eve Fireworks in Lincoln Center's Plaza
31 Dec 2007 -- Tonight's performance of Gounod's Roméo et Juliette at the Metropolitan Opera marks the company's first New Year's Eve gala in five years. To celebrate, the Met is offering the public a free fireworks display — with confetti — designed by the house's own technical department.

In Memoriam - History-Changing Figures (Pavarotti, Slava, Sills, Stockhausen) Among the Departed of 2007 (28 Dec 2007)

Kristin Chenoweth to Play Cunegonde in ENO Candide (28 Dec 2007)

New York Philharmonic Launches Multimedia Website, "Luciano Berio's Musical Odyssey" (27 Dec 2007)

The Naked Violin© - Tasmin Little to Release Next Recording as Free Download (27 Dec 2007)

Chicago Symphony's Label Schedules Third Release, First to Be Download-Only (27 Dec 2007)

Cost of Kansas City's New Arts Center Rises by $67 Million (26 Dec 2007)

Violinist Arrested for Fraud Immediately After Concert (26 Dec 2007)

China's New National Center for Performing Arts Opens in Beijing (24 Dec 2007)

New York City Opera Reveals Tentative Plans for 2008-09 Season-in-Exile (24 Dec 2007)

Sting's John Dowland Disc Tops Billboard Year-End Classical Chart for Second Year
Lorraine Hunt Lieberson Is Fifth for 2007
(21 Dec 2007)

Rattle Berlin Phil Mahler 9th Airs Jan. 7 on PBS's Great Performances (21 Dec 2007)

Bartoli, Bell, Ma Climb Billboard Classical Chart; Philip Glass Arrives on Crossover (!) Chart (21 Dec 2007)

New Opera Company in Phoenix Gives First Performances (21 Dec 2007)

Honolulu Symphony Runs Out of Money to Pay Musicians (20 Dec 2007)

Barenboim and Ensemble Cancel Gaza Concert After Palestinian Musician Detained at Border (20 Dec 2007)

Paris Opera's Last Striking Union Suspends Walkout (19 Dec 2007)

American Ballet Theatre Establishes Jennifer Alexander Memorial Fund (19 Dec 2007)

And Covent Garden Is Heading for the Movies, Too
(They're Already on YouTube)
(19 Dec 2007)

San Francisco Opera Joins Met in Cinema Biz (19 Dec 2007)

Dallas Symphony Chief Signs On with St. Louis Symphony (18 Dec 2007)

LA Phil Chief Deborah Borda Receives Medal from Univ. of Southern California (18 Dec 2007)

Philadelphia Orchestra Signs Danail Rachev as Assistant Conductor (18 Dec 2007)

Paris Opera Unearths 100-Year-Old Recordings by Melba, Caruso, Others (18 Dec 2007)

Metropolitan Opera's First Simulcast of 2007-08 Breaks Attendance Records (17 Dec 2007)

Free 'New York Philharmonic Offstage' Program to Feature Susan Graham on Jan. 9 (17 Dec 2007)

New York City Opera to Wander in 2008-09 as NY State Theater Undergoes Renovation (17 Dec 2007)

Carnegie Hall and New York Philharmonic to Present Major Bernstein Festival in 2008 (17 Dec 2007)

L.A. Opera's Mahagonny, Starring Audra McDonald and Patti LuPone, on PBS and DVD Beginning This Week (16 Dec 2007)

Strikes Aren't Over at La Scala: Dec. 16 Tristan Cancelled (15 Dec 2007)

Metropolitan Opera Launches Second Season of High-Definition Simulcasts with Roméo et Juliette (15 Dec 2007)

At Paris Opera, Last Holdout Union Ends Current Strike But Calls Another (14 Dec 2007)

John Adams's Doctor Atomic Opens at Lyric Opera of Chicago (14 Dec 2007)

Conductor Gerard Schwarz Breaks Leg in Skiing Accident (13 Dec 2007)

Lieberson's Neruda Songs Returns to Billboard Classical Chart (13 Dec 2007)

Fire Breaks Out at Seoul Opera House During Bohème (13 Dec 2007)

Opera Orchestra of New York Launches Season with Verdi's I Due Foscari at Carnegie Hall (13 Dec 2007)

Latest Callas Auction Brings In €1.76M
(But Her Love Letters Were a Bust)
(13 Dec 2007)

'I Can't Believe It's Schoenberg!' - PBS's Live from Lincoln Center to Present Special What Makes It Great? Program Jan. 10 (12 Dec 2007)

Doris Duke Foundation Gives $1 Million Grant to NY Performing Arts Library (12 Dec 2007)

Metropolitan Opera to Offer Hi-Def Simulcasts in NYC Public Schools (12 Dec 2007)

Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra and Jansons to Tour U.S. Coasts (12 Dec 2007)

World Premiere of Widmann's XI Humoresken, Scheduled for Yefim Bronfman's December 17 Recital, Postponed (11 Dec 2007)

Aspen Music Festival Receives Largest Gift in Its History (11 Dec 2007)

Metropolitan Opera to Offer High-Definition Broadcasts on Pay-Per-View Television (11 Dec 2007)

Conductor Myung-Whun Chung Cancels Chicago Symphony Dates in January (11 Dec 2007)

Minnesota Orchestra Posts First Balanced Budget in Nine Years (11 Dec 2007)

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