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  • 'Neruda Songs' receives three Grammy nods

    'Neruda Songs' receives three Grammy nods
    The Los Angeles Philharmonic has done well with this year's Grammy nominations. Peter Lieberson's "Neruda Songs," which the orchestra premiered and co-commissioned with the Boston Symphony, has garnered nominations for best classical recording, best vocal...
  • The 50th Annual Grammy Winners List

    Album of the Year: "River: The Joni Letters," Herbie Hancock. Record of the Year: "Rehab," Amy Winehouse. Song of the Year: "Rehab," Amy Winehouse (Amy Winehouse). New Artist: Amy Winehouse. Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Mark Ronson. Pop Vocal...
  • Opera review: New 'Tosca' opens Metropolitan Opera season

     
    Women arrived at Lincoln Center on Monday night decked in flowing gowns, flashing jewels and patrician smiles. Men made sure their tuxedos didn???t obscure their oversized gold or platinum watches. A crowd came out to admiringly gawk at an aristocratic......
  • Monster Mash: 'Lion King' heads to Singapore; Earhart hair just a thread; Levine talks injuries

     
    --Juggernaut: Julie Taymor's "The Lion King" is set to open at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore next year. (Variety) --Whoops: The International Women's Air and Space Museum in Cleveland has learned that what it believed to be a hair......
  • Monster Mash: Museum wants Obama's Nobel money; Ingmar Bergman's property; Levine's setback

     
    -- Wishful: The Dayton International Peace Museum hopes that President Obama will donate some or all of his $1.4-million Nobel Peace Prize money. (Associated Press) -- Good use: Ingmar Bergman's former properties will become a nonprofit center for artists...
  • National radio broadcast of NEA's opera awards will elude L.A.

     
    There will be a recurring California motif at the National Endowment for the Arts' second annual NEA Opera Honors ceremony on Nov. 14 -- but there are no plans for the national radio broadcast of the musical proceedings and award......
  • 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......
  • Monster Mash: Eli Broad stumps for L.A. culture; French museum strike continues; James Levine returns

     
    -- He's loving it: Eli Broad cites museums, theater, architecture and classical music among his top 10 reasons for loving L.A. (Huffington Post) -- Newly discovered: Etchings by Pablo Picasso that were recently found inside a book that the artist......
  • Placido Domingo does baritone at the Met

     
    Reporting from New York For opera fans used to seeing and hearing Plácido Domingo, his entrance Monday night at the Metropolitan Opera House was almost unrecognizable. The star tenor walked on stage wearing a dark wig and a decidedly unregal......
  • San Francisco Symphony, Renee Fleming and Steven Epstein win classical Grammy awards

     
    The San Francisco Symphony's recording of Mahler's Symphony No. 8 and the Adagio from Mahler’s unfinished Symphony No. 10 was the big winner in the classical categories at the Grammy Awards on Sunday. The recording won three trophies including best........
  • Metropolitan Opera's Peter Gelb feels the heat

     
    Read the recent stories about Peter Gelb in the New York media and you'll get the unmistakable impression that the Metropolitan Opera's head honcho is currently going through a trial by fire. Last week, the country's largest opera company said......