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Gilbert’s manifesto to future orchestrasGilbert’s manifesto to future orchestras
Music helps to define what it means to be human, and orchestras will continue to do what we have always done: play powerful, intriguing, uplifting, thought-provoking music. But the challenges facing people in today’s world call for something new in the way that music and musicians can touch people’s lives on all levels: emotionally and spiritually, of course, but also socially, psychologically. What orchestras can be for their audiences is changing, and that actually presents a wonderful opportunity for us to grow.
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Memphis Symphony receives $1M gift
The Memphis Symphony Orchestra has received a gift of $1 million to expand its education and outreach programs and thus increase the income of its musicians, who this year experienced deep pay cuts. The donation from the Memphis-based Helen and Jabie Hardin Charitable Trust will consist of two half-million-dollar awards, earmarked for the symphony’s 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons. The symphony’s contracted musicians this year accepted their second pay cut in five years, as the financially struggling orchestra’s season was reduced from 39 to 24 weeks.
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Race to revive Pakistani classical music
In 1977, Pakistan clamped down on the film and music industry. That left classical musicians like Khan struggling to get by. Classical music in Pakistan has virtually died. But seven musicians in Lahore are trying to change that, one performance at a time. The film "Song of Lahore" follows the musicians on their quest. The documentary premieres at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.
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