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Another newspaper loses its classical music critic: sympathy to Pierre Ruhe, who is taking the buyout offered by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, along with all the paper’s other arts critics. Tenor of the times: Stephen Costello, the much-heralded young singer, was just announced as the winner of the Richard Tucker Award, which carries prestige, an appearance (schedule allowing) at the annual concert (held this year in November), and $30,000. YouTube mashes on: Tan Dun’s “Internet Symphony No. 1,” which had its live premiere at Carnegie Hall last night, was already outed as a video mashup yesterday (see above) on the service's dedicated symphony site. (Stay tuned for more on last night's concert.)

By Anne Midgette  |  April 16, 2009; 6:00 AM ET
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Not another one - that's too bad about Pierre Ruhe!

Posted by: Ghadi | April 16, 2009 8:12 AM | Report abuse

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