.

 

MyAuditions - Welcome!

Visit our Sponsors

 


 

HOME
Login
Register
.
FEATURES
Career Services
Vacancies
Forums
.
NEWS
Industry News
Appointments
.
SERVICES
Contact Us
Email Services
Advertise
Help
About Us
 

 

 

Login | Register

Who should lead the New York Phil?Who should lead the New York Phil?
The classical music critics of The New York Times recently pondered who should take over as music director of the New York Philharmonic after Alan Gilbert steps down in 2017. The critics put forth a variety of possible successors. Their contenders included well-known figures like Esa-Pekka Salonen and David Robertson as well as some dark horse candidates, including Ludovic Morlot, James Gaffigan and Susanna Malkki. Many readers had their own ideas.
New York Times

Latest Headlines

More News

x
x

View Latest AppointmentsAppointmentsSearch

1538 Appointments have been posted.
• Alabama Symphony appoints new conductor - Feb 16
• Minnesota Orchestra has new principal bass - Feb 8
• Chicago Symphony hires principal bassoon - Jan 25
• Detroit Symphony appoints principal cellist - Nov 2
• Columbus Symphony to taps Milanov as new conductor - Nov 2
• Rochester Philharmonic names music director - Aug 3
• Boston Symphony Orchestra appoints assistant conductor - Jul 1
• Florida Orchestra names music director - Jul 1
• Southwest Florida Symphony announces new music director - Jul 1
• Cincinnati Symphony names principal trumpet - Apr 24
• Phoenix Symphony chooses new music director - Feb 25


Career Services

5 Job Postings

Find a Job Search hundreds of orchestra. music education and arts administration, set up job alerts, post a resume and much more.
Post a Job We offer complete end-to-end career service solutions for ensembles, schools and performing arts organization seeking qualified candidates including complimentary job postings.
In the Forums
x

 

Latest Headlines

Performing arts news updated daily from hundreds of news sources.
If prompted to login/register on news links, click here
Nashville Symphony cuts operating losses
The Nashville Symphony cut its operating losses by 78 percent in 2014 while notching a sturdy financial performance for the second consecutive year since facing down foreclosure and bankruptcy. The nonprofit organization saw its operating loss drop to $2.4 million, down from $11 million in 2013. Besides its financial improvements, the symphony is also in a welcomed period of labor peace, having reached a four-year agreement with the Nashville Musicians Union.
The Tennessean
____________________________________________
Music education a click away
Most children learn nothing about serious music in school and don’t expect to learn anything. Outside school, the music world is being upended and shaken vigorously. The ways we choose music and listen to it are being transformed by iTunes and Spotify and other such sites. For most young people, music is a minor consumable, like toothpaste. To know nothing about Beethoven? That is cultural bankruptcy. That is collapse. It goes far beyond incompetence, deep into betrayal and farce. But, we have the raw materials we need to change this state of affairs.
Wall Street Journal
• Dudamel headed for divorce
Los Angeles Times
• Concert hall simulator helps musicians prepare to perform
The Observer
• Akron Symphony maestro re-ups contract
Akronist
• Seoul Phil cancels US tour
MLive
• Chicago Symphony's retired violinist Adrian Da Prato has died
Chicago Tribune
x

More News

 

icon.external.links (104 bytes) All external links open in a new browser and remain active for a limited time. MyAuditions does not endorse external sites.

Copyright 2003-2015 MyAuditions, Inc.
All rights reserved
.