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Vienna Phil to return Nazi looted paintingVienna Phil to return Nazi looted painting
Vienna's Philharmonic Orchestra said it was returning a painting that was stolen by the Nazis to the descendants of its rightful owners, in the latest high-profile restitution case in Austria. The 1883 painting "Port-en-Bessin" by French artist Paul Signac was confiscated in 1940 in France and given to the Philharmonic after it performed in the region. After over two decades of research, an art historian commissioned by the orchestra finally managed to identify the painting's origins.
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San Diego Opera's fate still uncertain
The Sunday matinee of "Don Quixote" officially was San Diego Opera's final staging after five decades in existence, but the fate of the company still hangs in the balance as supporters fight to keep the opera afloat. The company's board of directors met and voted to keep an April 29 deadline for the opera's closure. But the board also formed a special committee of six members to explore alternatives to shutting down.
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Adams wins 2014 Pulitzer prize
Become Ocean by John Luther Adams has been awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize in Music. The work, premiered on June 20, 2013, by the Seattle Symphony, was described in the citation as “a haunting orchestral work that suggests a relentless tidal surge, evoking thoughts of melting polar ice and rising sea levels.” The prize is for a “distinguished musical composition by an American that has had its first performance or recording in the United States” during the previous calendar year and comes with a cash award of $10,000.
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