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Topic - Orchestra Hall
A veteran of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and its Civic Youth Ensembles is ending his tenure with a concert featuring several ensembles performing some of his favorite choral and instrumental compositions.
The University of Minnesota's School of Music director says a partnership with Minnesota Orchestra musicians will resume, it's just not clear when.
Details have been announced for Saturday's funeral service in Minneapolis for former second lady and arts advocate Joan Mondale.
Attendance for community orchestras and choruses increased steadily during the Minnesota Orchestra's 15-month lockout.
Stillwater city officials are asking organizers of a new summer music festival to change the name, saying it could be construed as vulgar.
Former music director Osmo Vanska will return to help conduct the Minnesota Orchestra during its 2014 season.
The Minnesota Orchestra has announced its first concerts since ending a 15-month lockout of union musicians.
Minnesota Orchestra, union musicians resolve lockout; Orchestra Hall shows to resume in Feb.
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra has launched a webcast player that will allow music lovers to enjoy an upcoming performance of Mozart's Horn Concerto No. 4 and other concerts online for free in the comfort of their homes.
As the man left holding the baton when musicians walked off the job six months ago, Detroit Symphony Orchestra Music Director Leonard Slatkin said the most difficult thing was standing by as the strike played out.