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Classical round-up

Posted by Jeremy A. Eichler  May 18, 2011 03:50 PM

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Harvard University has received a trove of scores and other materials formerly belonging to the legendary conductor Georg Solti. (The first page of Strauss's "Don Juan" appears at left.) Harvard plans to digitize the scores, a gift from the Solti family, to make them available to scholars and performers through a portal on the website of the Loeb Music Library.

The radio station 99.5 All Classical has announced a new line-up of weekend programs.

And congratulations go to Kathy Fay, executive director of Boston Early Music Festival, who will be receiving an award from Early Music America for lifetime achievement in her field.



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