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    I hope this is a worse case scenario, but the World Health Organization thinks that large gatherings such as concerts and sporting events won't be safe to attend until the fall of 2021.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fugal View Post
    I hope this is a worse case scenario, but the World Health Organization thinks that large gatherings such as concerts and sporting events won't be safe to attend until the fall of 2021.
    That's probably correct. It takes at least a year to develop a new vaccine and another 6 months to vaccinate billions of people.

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    Something to do while we are on covid19 quarantine https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-mak...s-102029763770
    Last edited by catherinethegreat21; Apr-16-2020 at 23:21.

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    I have gotten e-mails from the Montreal Symphony telling me that their final concert of the season is not cancelled, just postponed to a later date. But they don't say what that date may be. They have cancelled the summer concerts in August.

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    If one starts counting on nothing going to happening, all what comes is good, how small it may be.
    Do not expect anything soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogerx View Post
    Can't even go to the cinema in this part of the country.
    seems my initial excitement was all I might get from these 7 shows.

    I am hoping the 2021 shows, 5 of the 7, will go on. I don't expect any shows to move forward this year.
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    Amsterdam and Leipzig at odds over Mahler .
    By Norman Lebrecht
    On May 22, 2020
    The Concertgebouw has rescheduled its Mahler Festival to May 18 to 23 next year.

    The Leipzig Gewandhaus has its Mahler Festival pushed back to May 13 to 24.

    Did they even think of talking to each other
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    Well, the only concerts in the near future will be courtesy of U Tube.
    Missing live concerts so much

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    9/11 Memorial Concert:
    A German Requiem
    Monday, May 25 at 5:30 pm ET
    Recorded nine days after September 11, 2001, the New York Philharmonic plays a somber, yet hopeful, concert of Brahms’s Requiem in this Live From Lincoln Center rebroadcast. Led by then Music Director Kurt Masur.

    NY Phil Plays On: 9/11 Memorial Concert — A German Requiem
    I love music. I want music. I need music.

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    Default Salzburg confirms s severely reduced festival

    It has just been announced that the 2020 Salzburg Festival will take place from 1 to 30 August, in a modified, shortened format due to coronavirus containment measures. There will be 90 performances, mostly small-scale, over 30 days.

    No details have been given. Opera is unlikely.

    Markus Hinterhäuser, the artistic director of the music festival said: ‘It pains me to be forced to cancel so many artists’ appearances for
    this year, as we had developed special programme constellations with many of them. Still, I am glad to have the opportunity to send a vibrant and powerful signal for the arts with this new Festival programme.’ You can read the full press release below. It says very little at all and appears to have been issued to settle internal political conflicts in the Austrian Government. The Salzburg governor reprtedly threatened to withdrawn his party from the coalition if he could not have a festival.
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