by Jarrett Hoffman
IN THIS EDITION:
•Announcements: Carlos Kalmar enters “leave of absence” from CIM
•Interesting reads: North Carolina radio station plans to withhold broadcasts of six contemporary operas from the Met because of objections to content
•Almanac: R. Nathaniel Dett (pictured) and The Ordering of Moses
Nothing on the schedule today, but check out our Concert Listings as you plan out your week.
According to a spokesperson from the Cleveland Institute of Music, principal conductor and director of the orchestral studies program Carlos Kalmar has “entered into a leave of absence” for the rest of the semester. As Kabir Bhatia wrote for Ideastream on Saturday, “The move comes two weeks after students staged a sit-in to protest Kalmar. Many students attended rehearsal without instruments, and others sat in the audience space in support.” Read here.