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This Week in Music History: The premiere of Dvořák’s New World Symphony (1893)

Classical music has such a long, storied history, that it can be difficult to know where to start. Each week, we’ll be...

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We’re thrilled to learn that Esa-Pekka Salonen will be taking over the reins at the San Francisco Symphony!  We can’t wait to see what he and his innovative circle of eight interdisciplinary collaborators will bring to the table…

“I really felt that everything I had been thinking about — my ideas about an orchestra as an institution, my ideas about tech and music, my ideas about repertoire and how I would like to position the orchestra within the community — it just resonated.” – Salonen, in an interview with The New York Times‘s Michael Cooper

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