IAM Vol 18 Issue 16


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New Vision Arts Festival


  • News analysis: How can we get young adults to engage with classical music?
  • World Ballet Day 2022 set for next month 
  • New fund announced for festivals supporting emerging talent
  • Canada’s International Resource Centre for Performing Artists to close next month
  • Sadler’s Wells vows to protect programmes during cost of living crisis

Birgit Nilsson Prize

  • We visit classical music’s biggest and most prestigious competition, and hear from its latest recipient, legendary cellist Yo-Yo Ma


  • A conversation with Susanne Rydén of the Birgit Nilsson Foundation

Cover Feature:

  • Highlights from the Hong Kong New Vision Arts Festival

Feature: Opinion

  • It’s time to start putting young people further up the performing arts agenda, says producer-choreographer Claire Summerfield

Feature: Analysis

  • There are opportunities for those who market their brands and events in a recession


  • The remarkable legacy of the late Isabel Bader


  • An innovative Stravinsky ballet gets a makeover

Competitions update

The remarkable legacy of the late Isabel Bader


  • Who’s moving, when and where

Events, previews and dates for your diary