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Berlin Phil brings democracyBerlin Phil brings democracy
The Berlin Philharmonic’s choice of Kirill Petrenko as its next chief conductor, succeeding Sir Simon Rattle, is less remarkable than the fact it made a decision at all. The 124-member orchestra, one of the world’s most democratic musical ventures, failed to do so in May despite 11 hours of debate and several ballots. Yet the Berlin Philharmonic is a beacon in a world where mutual and partnerships often transform into for-profit companies for the sake of managerial simplicity, financial strength and economies of scale. It shows that, no matter how difficult talent partnerships can be to manage, they sometimes produce exceptional results.
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Orchestra musicians off to Summer camp
Most orchestras go on some kind of hiatus in the summer. Some have their own summer homes: The Boston Symphony Orchestra has Tanglewood, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra has Ravinia, the Cleveland Orchestra has the Blossom Music Festival. Others lack summer homes but are able to travel: The New York Philharmonic is performing and teaching in Shanghai, and will play in Vail, Colo., at the end of the month. Still others take a break from performing.
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A concert app for engaging
Before the start of a typical orchestra concert these days, you can count on an announcement reminding everyone to turn off all electronic devices. Such announcements might soon include exceptions for concert-goers. The app, called Octava, is aimed at enhancing the musical experience for listeners by delivering information synced with the music being played in the concert hall.
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