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Ohio State offers settlements in five more sex abuse victim cases involving former school doctor Richard Strauss

Some of the alleged abuse victims of former Ohio State University doctor Richard Strauss could get more than $250,000 as part of an individual settlement program for survivors involved in five active legal cases, according to a recent court filing by the university.
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Ohio State committed to paying $252,000 per plaintiff to settle with more of Richard Strauss' abuse victims

Ohio State is planning to offer a settlement program that could resolve some outstanding allegations of sexual abuse by former doctor Richard Strauss.       [Author: The Columbus Dispatch]
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Admin Who Didn't Report OSU Doc's Misconduct Cedes License

A former Ohio State student health director has surrendered his medical license after being accused of failing to report complaints in the mid-1990s about sexual misconduct by university doctor Richard Strauss, who's accused of abusing young men for two decades.
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Listen to the Never-Heard Song Written for Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pF_pEIsFOI4 Hollywood film scores have become blandly formulaic, thanks to filmmakers’ over-reliance on the same kinds of “temp music” during the editing process, a practice that can lead to a boilerplate approach at the scoring stage. But the use of temporary music is nothing new. Stanley Kubrick left the temp score for 2001: A Space Odyssey as the film’s official soundtrack, opting for Richard Strauss’s Also Sprach Zarathustra for the iconic opening sequ...
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Turning Points and Milestones of Growth-Fostering Relationships

Every person who intends to exert leadership in his personal life, in business or any other vocation—and even in the family--will intentionally focus on personal growth. Research has shown us that effective business leadership growth inevitably requires mentors. Though true, that notion is plainly inadequate. The fact is that all living and all development takes place only with relationships . To put it still more directly, we experience growth because of our connections to other people. I can ...
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A portrait of an extraordinary life

This tribute is part of a series on the life and work of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Ruthanne Deutsch is a founding partner at Deutsch Hunt PLLC. She clerked for Ginsburg during the 2007-08 term. I remember my clerkship interview with Justice Ginsburg as if it were yesterday. I arrived with instructions from helpful former clerks to count to “3 Mississippi” after her pauses, to be sure she had finished saying what she wanted. A high school friend encouraged me to think of her as my Bub...
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Salzburg Elektra premiere to be streamed

Stage director Krzysztof Warlikowski offers a happy ending, he hints, to Richard Strauss’ monumental tragedy Elektra at the Salzburg Festival, streamed live at its premiere on August 1 from the Felsenreitscchule at 5 PM Central European Time.
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Wagner and Politics

(Article, ‘Politics,’ first published in  The Cambridge Wagner Encyclopedia, ed. Nicholas Vazsonyi (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)) Aristotle’s contention that man is by nature a political animal ( ζ ῷ ον πολιτικόν ) might have been formulated with Wagner in mind (Aristotle I.1253a2). Whatever he claimed on occasion, for instance when seeking amnesty for his revolutionary deeds, or writing Mein Leben for Ludwig II , Wagner’s life and oeuvre were intimately and ...
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Salzburg's summer festival: a triumph over adversity or reckless folly?

Excitement and gratitude as festival in Austrian city goes ahead despite Covid-19At the performances of Richard Strauss’s opera Elektra in Salzburg this week, the scene in the auditorium was almost as alarming as the murderous psychodrama playing out on stage.Even with a specially reduced seating capacity, the visual effect produced by 1,000 masked audience members looking on at the city’s music venue Felsenreitschule was an uneasy one, in a world where distancing has become the norm. Continue r...
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Sopranos and swab tests: Salzburg swoons to the sound of live music

Excitement and gratitude as festival in Austrian city goes ahead despite Covid-19At the performances of Richard Strauss’s opera Elektra in Salzburg this week, the scene in the auditorium was almost as alarming as the murderous psychodrama playing out on stage.Even with a specially reduced seating capacity, the visual effect produced by 1,000 masked audience members looking on at the city’s music venue Felsenreitschule was an uneasy one, in a world where distancing has become the norm. Continue r...
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Groundbreaking trilogy finds Zoroastrian ties in religions

The ambitious project opens the scriptures of seven faiths to anyone who wishes to learn Article by James Christie | Broadview Once upon a time, a mere six centuries or so before the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, the world’s greatest religious traditions emerged from what German philosopher Karl Jaspers called the Axial Age. The dating is under some debate, but from approximately 650 BCE* to 400 BCE, religious creativity exploded across the ancient world — in India, China, Persia (Iran), th...
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Ted Cruz Gets Into Embarrassing Twitter Brawl With Actor Ron Perlman

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) started a Twitter fight with “Hellboy” actor Ron Perlman early Monday morning in which the senator volunteered Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH), who served as assistant wrestling coach at Ohio State University, to wrestle the actor. Perlman had gotten into a feud with Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) on Sunday after the congressman complained about the U.S. Soccer Federation rolling back its policy requiring players to stand during the national anthem. At one point, Perlman took a swipe at J...
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The Prince of Wales to host Classic FM shows

Classic FM is to broadcast two special programmes with His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales next week. Both two-hour programmes will be a celebration of His Royal Highness’s life-long support and enjoyment of classical music – with each piece personally chosen by him through recordings made by his extensive musical patronages across the UK. These include the Philharmonia Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, the Monteverdi and Bach Choirs, the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House and Welsh ...
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VIDEO: NSO's Adriana Horne and Jennifer Kim Perform Strauss

In a new NSO Home video, Jennifer Kim answers some commonly asked questions about being in the NSO, and performs a work was originally for voice and orchestra by Richard Strauss with Adriana Horne. [Author: Stage Tube]
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VIDEO: Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra Perform Virtual Rendition of Strauss' 'Also Sprach Zarathustra'

The Lebanese Philharmonic Orchestra has released a virtual performance of Richard Strauss' AlsoSprach Zarathustra. [Author: Stage Tube]
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VIDEO: National Symphony Orchestra Members Perform Strauss' Wiener Philharmoniker Fanfare

As part of the NSO Home series, a new video was created of members of the orchestra performing Richard Strauss's Wiener Philharmoniker Fanfare from home. [Author: Stage Tube]
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Six former wrestlers say Rep. Jim Jordan knew about abusive OSU doctor

Despite the former coach's claims that he knew nothing of sexual misconduct allegations against team doctor Richard Strauss, multiple wrestlers say they witnessed him being told directly.
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Ken Russell’s Dance Of The Seven Veils Accused Richard Strauss Of Being A Nazi Sympathizer

The Strauss family were outraged by the 1970 film, which aired on the BBC, and withdrew permission for Strauss’ music. Now it’s out of copyright, and showing again in England. – BBC
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Banned Dance of the Seven Veils gets second airing

Dance of the Seven Veils depicted Richard Strauss as a Nazi sympathiser, outraging his family.
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Michigan sex-misconduct claims mirror Ohio State doctor case

When the University of Michigan announced last week that allegations of decades-old sexual misconduct by a sports doctor were under investigation, former wrestler Mike DiSabato was stunned by the parallels to an abuse scandal at his alma mater, Ohio State. The accusations by several people against Dr. Robert E. Anderson at Michigan immediately called to mind claims DiSabato and hundreds of other men made about Dr. Richard Strauss at Ohio State.
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Another Former OSU Wrestler Accuses Rep. Jordan of Knowing About Strauss' Alleged Abuse

Another person has accused Congressman Jim Jordan of knowing about former Ohio State University team doctor Richard Strauss' alleged abuse. The former OSU wrestler made his comments to an Ohio House committee this week. Michael DiSabato was one of the first Strauss accusers to bring the case to light two years ago. During a hearing, his brother, Adam, told Ohio representatives that Jordan and other team coaches and administrators dismissed concerns about sexual abuse and created a culture of sil...
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Ex-OSU Wrestling Captain Says Jordan Begged Him To Deny Claims He Knew Of Sexual Abuse

Adam DiSabato, a former captain of Ohio State University’s wrestling team, testified on Wednesday that Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) had begged him in 2018 to repudiate allegations that the congressman was aware of the former wrestling team doctor’s sexual abuse of the student wrestlers. During a hearing on a bill in Ohio’s general assembly that would allow Dr. Richard Strauss’ victims to sue OSU, DiSabato recalled that Jordan, who served as the team’s assistant coach from 1987 to 1995, kept calling...
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Former Ohio State Wrestlers Ask Inspector General to Investigate Another Alleged Abuser

Five former Ohio State wrestlers who say they were abused by former team doctor Richard Strauss , want Ohio’s inspector general to open investigations related to another alleged abuser. The letter calls on state investigators to look into Abigail Wexner’s role after Jeffrey Epstein 's alleged assault of a woman named Maria Farmer. The Strauss accusers say Wexner held Farmer at the family's New Albany estate. She is married to L Brands CEO Les Wexner and serves as Vice chair of The Ohio State Uni...
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House leader urges action on bill tied to Ohio State scandal

Unhappy with Ohio State's response to allegations of widespread, decades-old sexual abuse by a team doctor, the leader of the Ohio House called Monday for lawmakers to act soon on a stalled proposal to enable the survivors to sue the university under state law. About 350 men alleging sexual misconduct by the late Richard Strauss have sued the school in federal court. Ohio State initially argued those claims are time-barred by law, but it has since committed to a “monetary resolution” for those...
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Diana Damrau sings Richard Strauss’s Vier letzte Lieder on Erato

“How weary we are of wandering/Is this perhaps death?” These closing words of ‘Im Abendrot’, the last of Richard Strauss’s Vier letzte Lieder, and the composer’s own valedictory work, now seem unusually poignant since they stand as an epitaph to Mariss Jansons’s final Strauss recording.
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Salome, Staatsoper Unter den Linden, 4 December 2019

Images: Monika RittershausOscar Wilde (Christian Natter), Salome (Aušrine Stundytė) Herod – Vincent Wolfsteiner Herodias – Marina Prudenskaya Salome – Aušrine Stundytė Jochanaan – Thomas J. Mayer Narraboth – Peter Sonn Herodias’s Page – Annika Schlicht Jews – Ziad Nehme, Michael Smallwood, Matthew Peña, Andrés Moreno Garcia, David Oštrek Nazarenes – Adam Kutny, Ulf Dirk Mädler Soldiers – Arttu Kataja, Erik Rosenius A Cappadocian – Davi...
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Olga Neuwirth: Orlando (world premiere), Vienna State Opera, 8 December 2019

Images: (c) Wiener Staatsoper / Michael Pöhn Orlando – Kate Lindsey Narrator – Anna Clementi Guardian Angel – Eric Jurenas Queen, Purity, Friend of Orlando’s Child – Constance Hauman Modesty – Margaret Plummer Sasha, Chastity – Agneta Eichenholz Shelmerdine, Greene – Leigh Melrose Dryden – Marcus Pelz Addison – Carlos Osuna Duke – Wolfgang Bankl Pope – Christian Miedl Orlando’s Child – Justin Vivian Bond Putto – Emil Lang Doctor 1 – Wolfram Igor Derntl Docto...
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Ohio State vows ‘monetary resolution’ for doctor’s victims

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State University leaders say the school is committed to a “monetary resolution” for the men abused decades ago by team doctor Richard Strauss. The announcement was made by the chairman of the school’s board of trustees at its meeting Thursday. The university hadn’t previously promised that those abused by the […]
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Sergio Mims: Tribute to Jessye Norman on WHPK-FM Tue. Oct. 22 & Nov. 12

Jessye Norman Sergio A. Mims writes: I wanted you and your readers to know that I will be celebrating the career and legacy of the legendary soprano and humanitarian Jessye Norman, who passed away on September 30,  on my classical music radio on Tuesday Oct 22. and Nov. 12   On the Oct. 22 the entire program devoted to a recording of one of her earliest recording triumphs with the Carl Maria Von Weber opera Euryanthe with Marek Janowski conducting the Staat...
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Watch a Newly-Created “Epilogue” For Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey

If after watching Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, you immediately want more 2001: A Space Odyssey, then you are a true fan—especially if you don’t consider the sequel, 2010: The Year We Make Contact, to be anything of the kind, Arthur C. Clarke’s imprimatur notwithstanding. But how will true fans react to the three-and-a-half minute, “epilogue” to Kubrick's film, above, set 203 years after 2001 and following astronaut Frank Poole’s body as it traverses Jupiter’s space and encounter...
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