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CUTTING IT FINE

Plans to slash £2.1 million from the budget for the BBC’s performing groups by 2016-17 seem likely to deprive theRead More

Three Choirs appoints new chief executive

The Three Choirs Festival Association has appointed Alexis Paterson as its new chief executive. She will take up the positionRead More

News round-up – 23 June 2010

CORK OPERA HOUSE CLOSES FOR 3 MONTHSFinancial pressures force cost-cutting measure Ireland’s 1,000-seat Cork Opera House is to close from 4Read More

Negotiations underway for part-time orchestra at Scottish Opera

Scottish Opera may be planning to halve the working hours and salaries of its orchestra, a report in Glasgow’s TheRead More

CBSO members ‘reluctantly’ accept pay cut as funding cuts bite

The Musicians’ Union members of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) have voted to accept a 3.2% pay cutRead More

University council seals fate of UEA music department

Senior staff at the University of East Anglia have voted to close the music department, after an internal review commissionedRead More

Myerscough report recommends cuts of 10% at BBC performing groups

A report commissioned by the BBC into its performing groups (PGs) as part of the BBC-wide cost-cutting exercise Delivering QualityRead More

Uncertain future for BBC Singers as cuts come into force

The BBC Singers are facing the possibility of further reductions in membership as a result of the latest round ofRead More

Top artists attack ‘obfuscating’ Creative Scotland in open letter

An open letter signed by 100 of Scotland’s most respected artists has been published in the Scotsman, expressing ‘dismay atRead More

Davey: ‘We’ll do less and we’ll do it differently – but we’ll do it well’

Arts Council England’s new stripped-down structure, in which 117.5 posts – 21% – have been lost, will mean the organisationRead More

Romanian culture minister resigns amid opera row

Romania’s culture minister has resigned amid a dispute at the Romanian National Opera, Bucharest which has seen staff protests and threeRead More

Classical:NEXT 2016: day two – report from annual conference

When using digital to communicate with the audience, remember that it’s about the music and not the technology – thatRead More

Having an administrator would relieve the pressure on musicians in small groups

Don’t worry, this isn’t one of those articles knocking music administrators. In some ways, we need them more than ever.Read More

Having an administrator would relieve the pressure on musicians in small groups

Don’t worry, this isn’t one of those articles knocking music administrators. In some ways, we need them more than ever.Read More

Jasper Parrott | ABO/Rhinegold awards

For his agency’s work with British orchestras, the executive chairman of HarrisonParrott received the ABO/Rhinegold artist manager of the yearRead More

Second time lucky | Jirí Belohlávek

On his second stint as artistic director and chief conductor of the Czech Philharmonic, Jirí Belohlávek is on a roll, as BritishRead More

London Mozart Players | The show must go on

A year after losing its last thread of core funding, how did London Mozart Players find its feet again? OnRead More

Jasper Parrott | ABO/Rhinegold awards

For his agency’s work with British orchestras, the executive chairman of HarrisonParrott received the ABO/Rhinegold artist manager of the yearRead More

Second time lucky | Jirí Belohlávek

On his second stint as artistic director and chief conductor of the Czech Philharmonic, Jirí Belohlávek is on a roll, as BritishRead More

Radcliffe Trust and Wigmore Hall | Chamber duo

The Radcliffe Trust is marking its 300th anniversary with an imaginative set of commissions, and has found the ideal partnerRead More