The Arts Archive: July, 2011

Legal maneuvers multiply in Philadelphia Orchestra bankruptcy case

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Latest on the Philadelphia Orchestra's bankruptcy case here. Read more

Gold body paint, bikinis, meet Shostakovich at Cirque de la Symphonie

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If you’ve ever had the urge to watch a woman twirl a large hoop around her tightly wrapped bun in time to Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Dance... Read more

From Montréal: l’Orchestre de Philadelphie

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We're not hearing much of the Philadelphia Orchestra here at home this summer, but the ensemble's recent concerts with Charles Dutoit at the... Read more

Judge defines scope of Philadelphia Orchestra financial probe

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The judge in the Philadelphia Orchestra Association’s bankruptcy case has handed down a compromise in the tussle between management and... Read more

Union: Philadelphia Orchestra management "stonewalling"

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In advance of today's appearance of the Philadelphia Orchestra Association and American Federation of Musicians in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, the... Read more

Pew names 2011 Fellowship recipients

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The Pew Charitable Trusts today announced recipients of this year's Pew Fellowships in the Arts. Each will receive $60,000 in a one- to two-year... Read more

A blog is born

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My colleague David Patrick Stearns has entered the blogiverse with Condemned to Music. His premiere jotting tracks a fast narrative involving... Read more

Cornell MacNeil, 1922-2011

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Baritone Cornell MacNeil died Friday, the New York Times reports. Obituary here. Read more