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Why the search for the next Gustavo Dudamel is full of hope — and hazards

The Los Angeles Times 12 Apr 2024
At 21, Mäkelä was appointed principal guest conductor of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra for three years. The Oslo Philharmonic signed him at 22 as chief conductor ... Decca Records has been busy recording Mäkelä in Oslo and Paris.
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Klaus Mäkelä, just 28, to lead Chicago Symphony

Gulf Today 05 Apr 2024
... becoming principal guest conductor of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra in 2018-19, then chief conductor of the Oslo Philharmonic in 2020-21 and music director of the Orchestre de Paris in 2021-22.
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Klaus Mäkelä, just 28, to become Chicago Symphony Orchestra music director in 2027

The Los Angeles Times 03 Apr 2024
... becoming principal guest conductor of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra in 2018-19, then chief conductor of the Oslo Philharmonic in 2020-21 and music director of the Orchestre de Paris in 2021-22.
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Klaus M�kel�, just 28, to become Chicago Symphony Orchestra music director in 2027

Greenwood Commonwealth 02 Apr 2024
... becoming principal guest conductor of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra in 2018-19, then chief conductor of the Oslo Philharmonic in 2020-21 and music director of the Orchestre de Paris in 2021-22.
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What 2024 in US has in common with Norway in 1940

Korea Times 25 Jan 2024
The day of the invasion, she said, radio broadcasts reported the Nazi attack ... The king and his government fled Oslo, the capital, without surrendering, but their grip on power was tenuous.All of this unfolded quickly.
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What 2024 in America has in common with Norway in 1940

West Hawaii Today 24 Jan 2024
The day of the invasion, she said, radio broadcasts reported the Nazi attack ... The king and his government fled Oslo, the capital, without surrendering, but their grip on power was tenuous.
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Commentary: What 2024 in America has in common with Norway in 1940

Auburnpub dot com 23 Jan 2024
The day of the invasion, she said, radio broadcasts reported the Nazi attack. Vidkun Quisling, the leader of a marginal fascist party that had never won a seat in Norway’s parliament, tried to stage a coup over the radio, but few took him seriously.
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Ex-Israel PM: Netanyahu is ‘untrustworthy’ and must be overthrown

Middle East Monitor 22 Dec 2023
In an interview with Hebrew Radio yesterday, Barak remarked on Netanyahu’s criticism of the Oslo Accords, and his warnings against the establishment of a ...
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Hamas-Israel conflict: Algeria offers to host Palestine's football matches – the bigger history

Auburnpub dot com 26 Oct 2023
Radio Free Palestine was broadcast from Algeria until the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993. The Oslo Accords aimed to find a peaceful solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through a negotiated two-state solution.
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Filipino-Norwegian singer Hillari dreams of collaborating with Moira, JK Labajo, and KZ Tandingan

Manila Bulletin 21 Oct 2023
Her debut single "Desperate Soul" was released in March 2023 and was named "Song of the Month" by Future Soul with Victoria Jane on BBC Radio 1 in London ... Although Hillari was born in Oslo, she spent ...
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Europe’s surreal island home to polar bears and glaciers

The Times/The Sunday Times 17 Aug 2023
Anna Murphy was a guest of Original Travel, which offers six nights (two half-board at Isfjord Radio, two B&B in Longyearbyen, one B&B in Oslo and one B&B in Tromso) from £3,295pp, ...
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Sinead O’Connor was once attacked by Itamar Ben-Gvir over a planned Israel concert for peace

Cleveland Jewish News 28 Jul 2023
Two Capitals for Two States” to be performed in the aftermath of the Oslo Accords) for its promotion of coexistence. And he insulted the singer in colorful, vulgar terms on Israeli radio ... O’Connor later went after Ben-Gvir directly in an open letter ... .
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What Will Happen When the Palestinians’ Strongman Leader Finally Dies?

The Algemeiner 27 Jun 2023
Very shortly thereafter, armed with American training and some American equipment (not weapons, but radios and other useful things) Arafat ditched the Oslo Accords, no longer pretending to be interested in legitimizing the State of Israel.
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If Americans for Peace Now had its way, Israel would be punished for arresting murderers ...

The Jerusalem Post 24 Apr 2023
Meaning that during this terrorist’s entire lifetime, the newspapers, television, radio and school curricula to which he was subjected were all controlled by the PA. The Oslo II agreement, signed ...
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Sami protesters removed from Norway government offices

The Lawton Constitution 02 Mar 2023
Now they have their own parliaments, schools, newspapers and broadcasts in their own language on national radio and television ... In Oslo, activists were carried away by police from the finance and culture ministries, while others sang a Sami chant.

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