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After 80 years, Shostakovich’s Seventh Symphony will be performed at the Novosibirsk Philharmonic

08.08.2022

The St. Petersburg Philharmonic Society, together with PJSC Rostelecom, this year organized the historical and musical project “Score of Memory” in honor of the anniversary of Dmitri Shostakovich’s Seventh Symphony. On August 9, anyone can listen to a live performance of the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra on Arts Square in St. Petersburg. A little…

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Two labels, one artist

22.02.2022

In Russia the first trial on a claim of unfair competition from one label to another has ended. The bone of contention was the release of the new album of The Limba. The distributor Believe sued Atlantic Records Russia and lost the case. The bottom line is that the plaintiff had a contract with the…

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Vinyl records are back

28.01.2022

In the last couple of years, turntables (vinyl record players) and vinyl records have suddenly come back into fashion. This may be due to both the coronavirus pandemic and the cyclical nature of fashion. However, the fact remains that vinyl is becoming more popular. According to the data provided by the M.Video-Eldorado group, the sale…

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The musicians have a new electronic collaborator

20.01.2022

Back in 2018, the Californian company Boomy launched a special website and application that any experienced or even novice performer can use. The trick of the program is that artificial intelligence writes a melody in a given genre especially for you, with which you can then work. Thus, if you sing well, but you have…

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

29.12.2021
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How much does the right to sing cost?

If you are the owner of some intellectual property, then you should consider all the pros and cons, and then maybe decide to sell! The famous American singer Bruce Springsteen recently sold the rights to all of his music to Sony Music Entertainment for a record $550 million. The artist himself says that he made…

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Suite from the main winter fairy tale returns on vinyl

24.12.2021

“Melodiya” reissued a vinyl with a recording of the concert suite from the ballet “The Nutcracker” and Tchaikovsky’s Overture in F major performed by the USSR State Orchestra under the direction of Yevgeny Svetlanov. The ballet score based on Hoffmann’s fairy tale “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” was written by P.I. Tchaikovsky in 1890…

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“Melodiya” released a new album by Ekaterina Mechetina

14.12.2021

The recording company “Melodiya” has released a new album by the famous pianist Ekaterina Mechetina. Together with the Krasnoyarsk Academic Symphony Orchestra conducted by Vladimir Lande, she performed concertos by Maurice Ravel and George Gershwin. More specifically, George Gershwin’s Piano Concerto “Rhapsody in Blues Style” and Maurice Ravel’s Piano Concerto in G Major. Both works…

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Virtual courses on intellectual property management for residents of Taimyr

03.12.2021

World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the Reindeer Herders of the World, the Russian-led Arctic Council and the Arctic Council Indigenous Peoples Secretariat have developed a joint training program on cultural documentation and intellectual property management for indigenous peoples in the Arctic. Online classes will begin on December 6. During ten days of the course, students…

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Modern investment: a new video clip through crowdlending

29.11.2021

The famous Russian singer Zivert plans to use the services of the Co-Fi crowdlending platform to raise 2 million rubles for the filming of her new video for the song “Three Days of Love”. The artist believes that this is one of the most significant compositions in her new album. With the new album, Zivert…

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