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  • Orchestras react better to men, conductor Vasily Petrenko says

    Orchestras react better to men, conductor Vasily Petrenko says
    Conductor Vasily Petrenko has caused a stir in the classical music world, telling a Norwegian newspaper that orchestras "react better when they have a man in front of them" and a woman wielding the baton could make for a sexual distraction.
  • Trey Anastasio of Phish to perform with the L.A. Philharmonic

     
    Trey Anastasio, the frontman for the band Phish, is teaming up with the Los Angeles Philharmonic for a one-night only concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall. The performance, scheduled for Mar. 10, will feature "orchestrations of classic Phish tunes and solo...

    Monster Mash: National Sept. 11 Memorial opens to public today

     
    New York's National Sept. 11 Memorial opens to public on Monday. The dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial, which was postponed because of Hurricane Irene, is set for Oct. 16.

    Philharmonic Society of Orange County announces 2011-12 season

     
    The Philharmonic Society of Orange County is announcing on Thursday its 2011-12 season, which will include appearances by major orchestras including the New York Philharmonic (with Alan Gilbert), the Chicago Symphony Orchestra (with Riccardo Muti), the...

    Esa-Pekka Salonen among classical Grammy nominees

     
    Amid all of the Grammy hubbub this evening surrounding Beyonce, the Black Eyed Peas and other mega-stars, it's easy to forget that classical music is an important part of the annual nominations, accounting for 13 categories and spanning the field...