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Jocelyn Bonadio

Jocelyn Bonadio appears in the following:

City Ballet Conductor Steps Down to Pursue European Career

Monday, February 27, 2012

Fayçal Karoui cited increasing conducting commitments abroad as too demanding to maintain the music director position.

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A 21st-Century Orchestra Harkens Back to the 1890s

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

This Friday at 8pm, WQXR offers a live broadcast from Carnegie Hall: Sir Simon Rattle and the Berlin Philharmonic playing Mahler’s Symphony No. 2.

It was that very piece that inspired the 12-year-old Rattle to become a conductor in the first place. Whether the orchestra’s 2010 live recording - or this Saturday’s live broadcast - achieve similar affect on others remains to be seen. Regardless, the developing relationship and choices of the Berlin Phil and its conductor/artistic director continue to captivate the classical music world.

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Watch: Gustavo Dudamel and Elmo on Sesame Street

Tuesday, February 07, 2012

The famously floppy-haired maestro of Los Angeles-via-Venezuela made his debut on Sesame Street this week. See this and videos of other classical guests on the show.

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With Bach's 'Goldbergs,' Can Two Pianos Be Better Than One?

Monday, February 06, 2012

Almost two decades ago, composer and Cambridge professor Robin Holloway set about to recompose Bach’s Goldberg Variations. If a healthy dose of skepticism is in order, rightly so.

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New Recordings Spotlight Classical Soul of Latin America

Monday, January 30, 2012

To keep your musical spirits up, here are five recent albums of Latin American classical works that are sure to transport you to a warmer, sunnier place.

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Bow Backlash: Violin Shop Owner Sues Mysterious Critic

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Chicago violin shop owner Chunyee Lu is suing an anonymous commenter who posted negative reviews of his shop on consumer sites like Yelp.com, Citysearch.com, and Kudzu.com.

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China's Embrace of Western Classical Music: A Timeline

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Entwined with national politics, the story of Western music in China is surprisingly modern. This timeline highlights the major developments:

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Pianist Finds the Keys to New Kindle Format

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

A significant trend in publishing, the Kindle Single format was recently adopted by the pianist Jonathan Biss.

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Music Critics Survey the Best of 2011

Thursday, December 15, 2011

'Tis the season for year-end lists. Check out what critics from the New Yorker, the Washington Post and others say was the best music of 2011.

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The Visual Violinist

Monday, December 12, 2011

With his bedazzled makeup and hair in a curvy black Mohawk, the violinist Hahn-Bin is making strides into the world of fashion. But how is his Paganini?

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Philip Glass to Occupy Lincoln Center During His Own Opera

Thursday, December 01, 2011

Philip Glass says he will join Occupy Wall Street members tonight for a demonstration on Lincoln Center Plaza.

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A Mysteriously Lost Sibelius Symphony Emerges

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

In a new video featuring the Helsinki Philharmonic, sketches of what are believed to be Jean Sibelius's mysteriously unfinished Eighth Symphony are heard for the first time in history.

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Beethoven in a New (Darker) Light

Wednesday, November 09, 2011

In a new exhibit at the Miami Art Museum, the multimedia artist Enrique Martinez Celaya offers a chilling perspective on the final days of Beethoven's life. 

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For Top Salaries in Classical Music, Head to Los Angeles

Monday, November 07, 2011

If you're looking for the "one percent" of classical music, the Los Angeles Philharmonic leads the pack. But highly-paid conductors are a more universal phenomenon.

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Next Up For Occupy Wall Street Protests: Lincoln Center

Monday, October 17, 2011

The sounds of Mozart, Debussy and Donizetti may be accompanied by chants as Occupy Wall Street protesters threaten to take over Lincoln Center Plaza Tuesday.

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'Opera House of the Year,' La Monnaie Streams Season Online

Thursday, October 13, 2011

In the old days, if you couldn't get to see opera on stage, you waited a few months for Public Television to broadcast one. Now the opportunities have changed and live is everything.

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Colorado Symphony Musicians Agree to Pay Cuts While Board Flees

Monday, September 26, 2011

On Friday the Colorado Symphony musicians voted to accept emergency cuts of nine percent – but not before two thirds of the orchestra’s board of directors resigned, apparently tired of the musicians’ unwillingness to move quickly enough.

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Kurt Sanderling, Conductor Who Lived Amid Soviet Turmoil, Dies at 98

Monday, September 19, 2011

Kurt Sanderling, a conductor whose career path embodied the entwinement of politics and art in 20th-century Europe, died Saturday in Berlin, just two days shy of his 99th birthday. The cause of death was old age.

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Five Restaurants for a Pre-Concert Dinner

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Lincoln Center is where it is, and although the West 60s are a notoriously limited and often tricky place to grab a timely drink or a bite to eat before a performance, never fear. Here are options for any budget, timeline or craving.

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