John Mauceri’s distinguished and extraordinary career has brought him not only to the world’s greatest opera companies and symphony orchestras, but also to the musical stages of Broadway and Hollywood, as well as the most prestigious halls of academia. Regarded as the world’s leading performer of the music of Hollywood’s émigré composers, he has taken the lead in the preservation and performance of many kinds of music and has supervised/conducted premieres by composers as diverse as Debussy, Stockhausen, Korngold, Bernstein, Hindemith, Elfman, Ives, and Shore. As an accomplished recording artist, John Mauceri has over 70 albums to his name, and is the recipient of Grammy, Tony, Olivier, Drama Desk, Edison, Cannes Classique, Billboard, two Diapasons d’Or, two Emmys, and four Deutsche Schallplatten Awards.


The Old Guy Has Left the Store

Posted April 29th, 2015


Old is the new Black.

But here’s a note to those who sell things:

We silly old people have really silly habits, like buying stuff we don’t need but that make us feel good about having worked hard for a half century. We pay our taxes. We like participating in the economy. Some of us have expendable income and spend it on bright spring Saturdays.

Read the full story The Old Guy Has Left the Store at Huffington Post Arts & Culture

You can also read all of John Mauceri’s blogs in his author archive at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-mauceri/

Putin, Wagner, a Pink Person, and Singing Nuns

Posted April 6th, 2015

HUFFPOSTPOL.jpgAll the important arts news that’s fit to print came in the news section of the March 30, 2015 New York Times. Vladimir Putin canceled a radical production of Wagner’s Tannhaüser in Novosibirsk (“Russian Theater Director Fired for Offending Christians”), the good people of my native Queens are in an uproar over public art the public doesn’t want (“After Outcry Over Pink Sculpture, Bill Would Require Hearings on Public Art”), and an op-ed piece proposes a darker version of The Sound of Music, of all things (“After 50 Years, It’s Time for a Better ‘Sound of Music'”).

Read the full story Putin, Wagner, a Pink Person, and Singing Nuns at Huffington Post Arts & Culture

You can also read all of John Mauceri’s blogs in his author archive at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/john-mauceri/

WDR Radio 3 Concert
For Those We Love: Four Fates, Four Works.

Posted March 2nd, 2015

Salome Kammer and the WDR Radio Orchestra Cologne House, lead by John Mauceri, will embark on the track of the exiles, Schoenberg, Weill, Hindemith and Korngold.

March 4, 2015 20:05 CET (2:05pm Eat Coast, 11:05am West Coast)
WDR (West Deutsche Rundfunk) Radio 3

Schoenberg: Fanfare for a Bowl Concert (1945)
Hindemith: Prelude to a Requiem “For Those We Love [Beyond the Vail]” (1946)
Weill: The Seven Deadly Sins (dies Sieben Todsünden) – Salome Kammer, soloist (1933)
Korngold: Symphony in F-sharp (1947-1952)

The concert will be available for 30 days after this broadcast at the WDR Website.

Danny Elfman’s ‘Music From the Films of Tim Burton’ to Open 2015 Lincoln Center Festival

Posted February 3rd, 2015


Danny Elfman and John Mauceri’s collaboration “Music From the Films of Tim Burton,” will finally make it’s way to New York City to kick-off the 2015 Lincoln Center Festival.

Director Tim Burton’s rich oeuvre of films both strange and beautiful has enchanted audiences of all ages worldwide for three decades. This live concert spectacle features Elfman’s unforgettable Tim Burton film scores conjured vividly on stage. Performed with a full orchestra and choir, the concert is enhanced by the stunning visuals of Burton’s original sketches, drawings, story boards, and film clips rendered in exquisite detail on the big screen. Conducted by John Mauceri, founding director of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, and featuring a live performance by Danny Elfman singing the role of Jack Skellington from The Nightmare Before Christmas, highlights include music from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, Beetlejuice, Batman, Batman Returns, Planet of the Apes, and Edward Scissorhands.

“Music From the Films of Tim Burton” will be performed July 6, 8-12 at the Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall.

For more information and tickets to “Music From the Films of Tim Burton” visit the Lincoln Center Festival website.

Gordon Cox provides a full summary of the upcoming festival at Variety.com.

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