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Louisville Orchestra, musicians reach a 1-year deal

Louisville Orchestra, musicians reach a 1-year deal | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
After 20 months of contentious negotiations, the Louisville Orchestra’s musicians and its management have reached a one-year labor agreement that will allow for a 30-week season beginning this fall, and both sides are optimistic that a long-term...
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Electronic Dance Genre Tempts Investors

Electronic Dance Genre Tempts Investors | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
The music’s concerts and festivals now have profit margins that Wall Street is starting to notice, but determining the value of the promoting companies and the risks associated with live music events pose challenges for investors.
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Second graders who created an opera were transformed by it

Second graders who created an opera were transformed by it | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
A reunion of children who participated in an innovative arts education program at New Hampshire Estates Elementary in Montgomery County offers evidence of a lasting impact.
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Regional English, Tweet by Tweet

Twitter may be a rich source of information about regional language differences, a graduate student argues in a research paper.
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Phila. Orchestra gives new contract to Allison Vulgamore

The Philadelphia Orchestra Association has signed president and chief executive officer Allison B. Vulgamore for three more years. Vulgamore, who took the helm of the troubled orchestra with a...
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Westward, ho! for LACMA's art rock

Westward, ho! for LACMA's art rock | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
After the glitch-free first leg of a long-planned and long-delayed journey, a 340-ton boulder making its way from a Riverside quarry to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art stopped in the small town of Glen Avon on Wednesday and couldn't help but...
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José Antonio Abreu Leads El Sistema in Venezuela

José Antonio Abreu Leads El Sistema in Venezuela | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
José Antonio Abreu, the founder and influential leader of a classical music education program called El Sistema in Venezuela, engenders deep respect.
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A Homecoming For Alvin Ailey's Artistic Director : NPR

Robert Battle started dancing as a ninth-grader at Northwestern Senior High School — a public school in one of Miami's poorest neighborhoods. "I think I work hard because I feel that I owe that to people who have helped me along the way," he says.
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Stephen Colbert sings opera with Placido Domingo! [Video]

Stephen Colbert sings opera with Placido Domingo! [Video] | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
Talk show host Stephen Colbert showed off his singing skills on Thursday's episode of "The Colbert Report" as he teamed with tenor Plácido Domingo for a rendition of one of the most familiar tunes of opera, "La Donna E Mobile," from Verdi's "Rigoletto."...
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Presidents Sometimes Take the Role of First Musician

Presidents Sometimes Take the Role of First Musician | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
President Obama sang again on Tuesday night, carrying on a tradition of chief executives who dabble in music.
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Bulk of man’s remarkable childhood comic book collection fetches $3.5 million at auction

Bulk of man’s remarkable childhood comic book collection fetches $3.5 million at auction | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
DALLAS — Billy Wright plunked down dime after dime for comic books while growing up in the late 1930s and early 1940s, caring for the collection he started around the age of 9 until his death more than half a century later.
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Edvard Munch's 'Scream' headed for auction at Sotheby's

Edvard Munch's 'Scream' headed for auction at Sotheby's | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
A version of Edvard Munch's "The Scream" is expected to bring in $80 million or more at a Sotheby's auction in New York.
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New York Artists Lead Doris Duke Awards

New York Artists Lead Doris Duke Awards | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
Vijay Iyer, Rinde Eckert, and Young Jean Lee were among the 21 performing artists chosen to receive $225,000 in unrestricted funds from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
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Sylvia Waters Steps Down at Ailey II

Sylvia Waters Steps Down at Ailey II | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
Sylvia Waters, the artistic director of Ailey II, the troupe’s company for dancers in training, is stepping down after 38 years.
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Ballet dancer spins back to health after assault damaged his spine

Ballet dancer spins back to health after assault damaged his spine | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
Jack Widdowson, 19, able to take part in full dance classes after doctors feared attack in Cardiff might paralyse him for life...
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‘Accelerando’ by the Vijay Iyer Trio

‘Accelerando’ by the Vijay Iyer Trio | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
A new album by the Vijay Iyer Trio is the latest in a series of artistic provocations by Mr. Iyer, a pianist.
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Sotheby’s Caught in Dispute Over Prized Cambodian Statue

Sotheby’s Caught in Dispute Over Prized Cambodian Statue | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
A statue from the Khmer kingdom of ancient Cambodia, pulled out of an auction at Sotheby’s, remains in New York while parties argue the legality of its removal from the country.
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Hawaii Symphony Orchestra to launch inaugural season this weekend in Honolulu by Maureen O'Connell | HAWAII Magazine | Hawaii news, events, places, dining, travel tips & deals, photos | Oahu, Maui,...

Hawaii Symphony Orchestra to launch inaugural season this weekend in Honolulu by Maureen O'Connell | HAWAII Magazine | Hawaii news, events, places, dining, travel tips & deals, photos | Oahu, Maui,... | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
HAWAII Magazine is for readers who love the Islands -- but don't necessarily live there. Produced in Hawaii, the magazine brings the beauty, culture, music, food, people and places to your home every issue.
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Ruby slippers find a new home at movie academy

Ruby slippers find a new home at movie academy | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has purchased a pair of the famous ruby slippers from “The Wizard of Oz” to display in the museum it is developing with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
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NEA-style community-building via arts has lost ground in state

NEA-style community-building via arts has lost ground in state | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
Rocco Landesman, chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, came to Watts and neighboring Willowbrook on Thursday, for walking tours and briefings on how $720,000 in grants funded or coordinated by the NEA is being spent.
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All in Good Order

All in Good Order | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
Few visitors to the Louvre today realize they are entering the museum through what was designed to be its rear.
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Dayton arts groups’ merger sets a national precedent

Dayton arts groups’ merger sets a national precedent | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
DAYTON — Tough economic times often drive arts organizations across the United States to consider mergers as a way to stretch resources.
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Excuse Me, You Have Something On Your Forehead : NPR

Excuse Me, You Have Something On Your Forehead : NPR | Arts Administration | Scoop.it
Photographer Greg Miller looks for those little black smudges that only appear this time of year.
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