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The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist

Everything Everywhere Daily

04:40 min | 2 months ago

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Heist

"The isabella stewart gardner. Museum was not surprising when he founded by isabella stewart gardner. She was a very wealthy woman who lived in boston and had a very large art collection. She was known to be very eccentric. Woman who would float the upper-class conventions of the boston elite she famously showed up to a concert of the boston symphony orchestra in one thousand. Nine hundred twelve with a white headband. That said oh you. Red sox and that was a really big deal at the time and caused much clutching of pearls and fainting. She was born into money was married into money and inherited a lot of money. She travelled extensively around the world and purchased are wherever she went. She established the museum in one thousand nine hundred three and worked with museum to curate. Its collection for twenty one years until her death in one thousand nine twenty four at the age of eighty four. She left the museum three point. Six million dollars will and she stipulated that nothing. In the museum's collection should ever be sold. Nothing new should ever be acquired. Any artworks shouldn't even be moved from the walls. She wanted everything to remain exactly as it was by the nineteen eighties. The building housing the collection was getting a bit rundown and security was very lax in one thousand. Nine hundred to the fbi worn the museum of a plan for our robbery but it only resulted in minor upgrades to the security system. The museum had no security cameras installed inside and most importantly the only had a single button with which they could call. The police which was located on the desk of one of the security guards other museums used a system where guard head to call the police every hour to notify them that everything was alright. If a call wasn't made then the police would come and the guards were also paid barely minimum wage. These facts would all become important. The robbers arrived just after midnight on sunday morning. On march eighteenth march seventeenth by the way is saint patrick's day. Which is one of the biggest holidays in boston. And this year. It was happening on a two men who were dressed as policemen there. Witnesses who saw them on the street but they assume that they were police. Never thought anything of it. There were two guards on duty that night. One twenty three years old and one thousand five years old from one of them. It was literally their first night on the job. Museum procedure dictated that one of the guards would patrol the building while the other said at the desk with the button which could notify the police at one twenty. Am the two men in police. Uniforms buzz the side entrance and they said they were there because of disturbance call. The guards didn't know of any disturbance call but they looked like real cops and it was saint patrick's day so something might have happened so they let the police in the men in police. Uniforms told the guard at the desk. Call the other guard down which he did one of the supposed cops then said to the guard behind the desk the desk where the buzzer was. Then he looked like a suspect they were looking for them to come forward which he did and then threw him up against the wall and handcuffed him. They've ended at the same to the other guard. And that's what. They notified them that this was a robbery. They then put tape over. The guards is and head and march them down into the basement where they were tied to pipes. The robbers took their wallets and told them that they knew where they lived in. If they cooperated they would get a reward in a year. All of that took about ten minutes from there. The robbers went into the gallery and started taking art in all. They took thirteen items an ancient chinese vase. A golden eagle from an unholy flag five sketches from gaza. Three works of rembrandt one from any one from flink and biggest of all the concert by vermeer one of only thirty four known vermeer paintings in the world. The robbers checked on the guards before they left. Took the security tape and left the building. The entire operation took eighty one minutes. The total estimated value of everything which was taken has been placed as high as five hundred million The vermeer itself was worth half the entire amount and it is believed to be the most expensive stolen object in the world when the next shift of guards arrived. They couldn't contact anyone to be let inside. They contacted the police who then finally found the guards bound and tied in the basement. With your work gone. The question then turned to who did it and whereas the art one of the things that stood out is that the robbers probably weren't experts in art and they probably weren't sent there to steal something in particular the way they handled the art indicated. Lack of familiarity moreover. They didn't take some far more. Valuable objects works by raphael michelangelo anticipations the rape of europa probably the most valuable object in the museum were untouched.

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The Boston Symphony Orchestra sponsors the Subaru Retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes house Monday, treating us Laurie Not well out there. I'll tell you. The only good news is that Mother Nature apparently has the good China out because it's just a beautiful sky to at least look at. If you're sitting on the expressway right North bound, it appears that that crash has been cleared from the tunnels. So that's some good news for us. But it did do the damage. Traffic is jammed from right around Grand Avenue all the way into the O'Neill tunnel right now. Check out the rest of the downtown Boston area with Krista Neck and the WBC news radio road report other than the mayhem that was in the North, found O'Neill Tunnel Laurie, the other big issue so far around town this morning has been a leverage down ramp that's still pretty slow getting through the lane drop, but this starting to sort itself out a little bit down and the other half down by the garden getting on this story, Dr. Store drive itself, not down at the moment. The Tobin Bridge is okay. The Sumner Tunnel is making good time over toward the North end and no big problems with the Ted Williams Tunnel. Kristen acting, the WBC news radio road report. You know, with the low temperatures. We do have some very slippery conditions out there this morning. In fact, state police have closed down the ramp from Route one north bound to 1, 28 south and and Peabody because of icy conditions. There. There at least two crashes on that rap again. It's one North bound to 1 28 south on in puberty. Earlier rollover we had in rain have that's now cleared. So that's some good news force. Another crashed watch out for those 4 95 north that just before the mass pike two cars involved. One is in the median strip, the other and the left hand lane, so watch out. For delays. There is continues to be a tough ride out there force this morning. Watch out. Actually, they've cleared the crash. Now for 95 south on by 1, 14 and Lawrence. Still, some left over delays there. Laurie granted WBC's traffic on the three Let's check the four day WBZ AKI Weather forecast Now here's meteorologist Dean DeVore. Icy spots galore. And folks that is your that.

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Ready, set, go! Virtual Boston Marathon is about to be run

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 9 months ago

Ready, set, go! Virtual Boston Marathon is about to be run

"It's a different kind of Boston marathon this year run in September not April and also done virtually not only is it virtual but runners can pick a time within a ten day period to compete you can run the Boston Marathon between September fifth through the fourteenth and you can take a good weather day you can take a weekend today and Lauren prochaine who's the director of operations for the Boston athletic association says there's an app that will try to make you feel like you are running the real thing you will hear the national anthem by our very own Boston Symphony Orchestra you will hear a starter's pistol to start your rate you'll hear audio cues the entire way and when they finished a marathon there's a tool that you can print out your own finish line and start line in your family and friends and all that for you as you complete your journey actually after

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Musicians Are Canceling & Postponing Asian Tour Dates Due to Coronavirus Concerns

The Frame

06:35 min | 1 year ago

Musicians Are Canceling & Postponing Asian Tour Dates Due to Coronavirus Concerns

"The Corona Virus Ariss already has claimed more than one thousand lives in mainland China since it was first detected in the city of Wuhan. The virus has spread to two dozen other countries injuries and now some bands and musicians are postponing or altogether canceling tour dates in Asia. I spoke with billboards. Pop correspondent Tamar Herman About Corona virus concerns and she started by telling me which acts have been affected by the Healthcare Bryant. Now we're seeing a lot of artists canceling events in Asia Who you know? Spend the board. Whether they're China focused axe Japanese. Ask reenact the pixies just cancelled something. You know the Boston Orchestra cancelled a a lot of K pop and Hong Kong based in Mando Pop. Artists are canceling their tours within Asia. But beyond that we're starting to see some Asian acts cancel their tours beyond Asia. So so a few K pop groups recently cancelled European legs of their tour in addition to either postponing or cancelling dates of shows in Asia. So we're kind of seeing a lot of people really Trying to anticipate the worst because we really don't know so much about corona virus right now so I think a lot of people are trying to take a preventative action to make sure that they both artists and as humans. They're not unwittingly the cause of of a mass outbreak. A concert or something so are they concerned that that by staging an event with a lot of people in one place it could accelerate the spread of the virus. Are they worrying about their own personal health. Ulf I guess they could also be worried about whether or not people are going to show up and buy tickets. What are the factors that are going into these decisions? So it's pretty much all of the above you know people will are not really sure how the virus spreads right now. We really don't have a whole lot of information. We just know that it's spreading pretty rapidly so I think there is kind of the concern of artists travelling internationally or just even interacting with more people than usual especially when some parts of China and other other countries are already putting people under quarantine. So kind of just preventative you know. We don't want to engage with the virus. We don't want our fans to engage the virus UK Pop ax gave out. You know masks. They made sure there was hand. Sanitizer in Apple's so and I'm pretty sure that was right as we started hearing about the lack back of masks. And now we're hearing more and more either cancellations or putting off the dates end kind of trying to find some middle ground but a few events are still being held. The With the aid of digital media livestream is and whatnot. Ray Now things are pretty unclear. Nobody really knows what's going on so it just Kinda seems like people are being preventative for the sake of being preventative. A lot of the concern right now is in Asia but the virus seems to be spreading. Globally are there acts who are now canceling canceling outside of Asia. Maybe in Europe maybe in North America at what point are people reconsidering their entire tours so KEPA play bent seventeen just cancelled the rest of their. Ot World tour. They were supposed to go to Europe and a few other countries in Asia after having already toured throughout Asia in the US and now they just kind of put a halt halt to it and they just said we're not continuing this tour. We don't really know what's going on in Corona viruses. Just too much so we are seeing that another I think another pop group Ab six. It's also canceled their upcoming European tour. Were haven't really heard so many cancellations in the US yet but we also haven't had many cases of corona virus in the US yet. So it could be that there are more in Europe. So we're hearing more beret now. Predominantly the cancellations are Asia based but we're increasingly hearing about outside out of Asia as well we're talking with Tamar Herman at billboard about concerts being canceled over corona virus ears when an organization like the Boston symphony any orchestra goes on a tour to Asia. They are in some ways kind of cultural ambassadors. They're bringing their music to an audience. That might not have heard it before. But when pop bands are touring. It's basically how they make a living because streaming has really impacted the amount that artist can make off of record sales. So how important. Horton is touring and the merchandise related terrain to most bands. And it's GONNA be a financial problem for a lot of bands. Were having to cancel. Yeah it's wearing makes a lot of money so so you know the the postponements kind of makes sense for the few acts that have postponed their tours in there could probably try to re new pick a new date. That's GonNa be a way that we're going to the artist. Try Not to lose out on the money but artists that have canceled their whole tours like beyond even the pop ax. We see also not only Boston Symphony Orchestra. The National National Symphony Orchestra have canceled their Tornado. Like we're seeing total shutouts happening and so it's not only going to impact them financially because now oh you know they've already signed contracts with their performers. They're not making any money soon that the orchestra still has to pay their staff. There's going to be a huge lost their size soon. Boom we're GONNA see some bands in some companies. TRY TO RECOVER THEIR LOSS by setting up last minute events or concerts in the near future closer to home. Maybe but concerts ticket. Sales are GONNA have to be refunded. That's going to be huge loss for companies as I mentioned that group seventeen. They closed out the whole tour and they had had huge arenas that they were performing and so now they have old loss of ticket and revenue and just the general contractor fees that you put into when you're putting on a a show you're paying promoters you. These people still have to be paid so I think we're GONNA see pretty sizable losses to some degree. Depending on how these companies recover recover their losses. And it's time will tell how big these losses are but it's pretty sizeable just in the moment to see you know saying. Oh we're we're shutting out three five ten dates that we've already sold tickets for that many has to be refunded. The money has to be found somehow in other business. You know. We're probably GONNA you see a big dip in a lot of music companies if this keeps on happening so the death toll from the corona virus has surpassed one thousand people in mainland China which has passed what SARS killed in two thousand and three. So how. How are the cancellations compared to what happened around? SARS seventeen years ago right now AL I. It's really hard to compare this just starting. We don't know how long this is going to last. And hopefully things can be figured out more quickly than that Tamar. Herman is a pop correspondent for Billboard Tamar. Thanks so much for coming on the

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Boston Symphony Orchestra Cancels East Asia Tour Over Coronavirus Concerns

WBZ Afternoon News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Boston Symphony Orchestra Cancels East Asia Tour Over Coronavirus Concerns

"Better the Boston Symphony Orchestra says they didn't want to do this but the BSO is now cancelled its upcoming tour of Asia because of concerns about the corona virus orchestra CEO mark will be telling WBZ newsradio toys take two plus years to plan so it's it's not an easy decision to cancel and there's certainly I just met with good number the players you know there is still sadness and disappointment and yet disassembling tore you know especially when it took three years to build is very complicated so so we we obviously first focus on on that and all the communications in Asia well who alone talking to the good people of Boston says they decided to scrub the trip after trying to cancel their planned Shanghai

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

"This week story the magic the ball was adapted by me Rebecca sheer and edited by Catherine Brewer Eric Shallowness composed our original music and conducted our trio from the Boston Symphony Orchestra? You heard second horn Rachel chillers flutist Cindy Myers and second soonest Suzann Nelson Matt read our sound recording engineer special. Thanks to our live actors at Tanglewood Lauren Ambrose Jane Caz Merrick Thomas Sadowski and Campbell Scott six feet under star Lauren Ambrose got a Tony Nomination for my fair lady on Broadway Way Grownups Watch for her in servant and night shamans upcoming series for Apple T._v. plus. You grownups might know Jane Caz Merrick from Malcolm in the middle this summer she starring in the World Premiere of tell me I'm not crazy. At the Williamstown Theater Festival Thomas Donskis Tony Nominated Star of stage and screen grownups might recognize from the newsroom and life in pieces. If you're in New York he's directing a new play at M._C._C. Theater next year and grown-ups this might know Campbell Scott from big night Roger Dodger singles and House of cards and some of you kids might know him from the amazing spider man two enormous thanks to the Boston Symphony Orchestra for inviting us to perform at Tanglewood New Lindy Center for music and learning being special shout outs to Leslie Foley Beth Mullins Cassandra Ling Sarah Signs Jenna guttural and Alexandra Fuchs Soak around artists is Sabina Han you can find sabinas coloring pages for all of our stories on our website visit W._B._Z.. A U R dot org slash circle round and click on coloring pages around is a production of W._b.. You are Boston's N._p._R.. News station. I'm Rebecca share. Thanks for circling around with us. Circle Round is sponsored by XFINITY. Some things are hard to control like over caffeinated co workers other things are easy to..

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

"Rebecca share and welcome back to circle round live with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Our story is called the magic bowl when we left off. trickster enunciate was stuffing himself silly with a magic bowl instead of fetching whatever food his wife also had asked him to get so at the end of each day a non-c came home with empty hands and a very full belly also started to suspect something fishy was going on and now back to Tanglewood in the next day I so asked a non see to go out and pick land teens as soon as her husband's started down the road also grabbed her daughter by the hand all.

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

"I'm I'm Rebecca share and welcome back to circle round live with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Our story is called practice makes progress when we left off and aspiring flute player named Sebastian was searching for a place to practice disc his mother didn't want him to practice at home his cat dog and chickens didn't want him to practice in the yard so Sebastian climbed down to the beach where he encountered an enormous giant who made a very interesting offer and now back to our live show at Tanglewood Sebastian was nervous but intrigued. You know a place where I can practice you betsy. I may not care much for music music but like I said my wife she loves it all kinds to and I'll bet she'd love to hear you practice. You think so sure if she can listen to that crazy felonious Coltrane stuff you've been listening to you her the giant crouch down and laid his hand on the ground. His palm was as big as a life raft Sebastian climbed on then held tight as the giants strode back to to the deep dark cave inside the hidden. The giants wife was stirring a bubbling cauldron and humming a tune aw.

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

"Welcome to circle round or storytime happens. All the time recently performed three new stories live with the trio from the Boston Symphony Orchestra at Tanglewood Music Center in Lenox Massachusetts -Chusetts in front of a very excited audience of children and grownups and in fact. You'll hear that audience participating quite a bit in today's story the second town our three part series from Tanglewood. It's called practice makes progress versions of this folk tale originally come from the chain of islands in the West indies known as the Antilles along with our E._S._O.. Musicians joining me on stage was a quartet of all star actors Lauren Ambrose. Jane Has Merrick Thomas Sadowski and Campbell Scott so stick around everyone and to join us at Inglewood for practice makes progress <music> not long ago on a small rocky island clear blue sea there was a young man named Sebastian Sebastian Ashton and his mother lived near the craggy cliffs overlooking the shore. The two of them shared a cozy little cottage with a dog a cat and a brute of chickens in the yard Sebastien's mother was a seamstress who spent her today's sewing and repairing all sorts of clothing one morning she sent Sebastian to the marketplace to buy some fabric and threat when he got there he heard something that stopped him in his tracks ax in the middle of the marketplace a woman was playing the flute immediately Sebastian was swept away by the sounds flowing from the slender silver instrument. Do you hear those low notes soft enrich like Caramel drizzled on ice cream and those middle notes so light and. Airy like the breeze blowing through the palm tree but those high notes wow. Have you ever heard anything so brilliant in bright. It's like gazing at the stars stars on a warm cloudless night after listening to the woman play.

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

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01:32 min | 1 year ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

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05:01 min | 2 years ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

Circle Round

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Circle Round

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hopefully, better prices. And then you've got southwest Allegiant frontier and delta that fly nonstop tour. Landau more options is better for everybody. Love it. I think I think it's great and terrific. But I wanted to do this this pay gap story, this whole wage gap story. It is a story of of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. And there are ninety five musicians sixty three men thirty two women. Okay. There's a principle. Flattest a flutist flattest Elizabeth row. She sits next to principal oboe west John for relent, and she makes sixty four thousand dollars a year less than he does. So she's suing the Boston symphony. A four for for paying her her her less. The question is did she just did? They just say this is what we pay or did. She negotiate a salary. Part of the problem is. Is that if you go out there, and you negotiate it is no one's fault? If you don't negotiate. Better except yours. I have never left him to go. She ation saying I've gotten everything I want. I've left to go saying I could have done this. I've left negoti and saying, you know, I feel good, but I could have done that. Clearly, I could have pushed harder in retrospect, and it teaches you how to do a better the next time. But if you are in a business where you're negotiating what you get paid. Well, then you aren't being paid less. There is no wage gap. If they say, here's what we pay for Fouts. And all of a sudden, they say, well, here's what we pay for for the male oboe issues, we paid for the female flowers to that could be a thing. But if you negotiate a salary, there is no conversation negotiation can never lead to a pay gap or a gender gap negotiation is your inability to negotiate now, it's discuss why that is I'll get some more than I'm Tony cats today.

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything. It is. No secret women, sometimes get paid less than men for doing the exact same job on average women earn a earned eighty two cents for every dollar a man earned in two thousand seventeen. That's according to Pew Research. And it's not just pay women are less likely to be in positions of leadership a new lawsuit against the Boston symphony. But the spotlight about how this disparity shows up in the world of classical music reporter, Jeff edges has been following this and his story appears today in the Washington Post and Jeff joins us now. Good morning. Thank you for having me who is suing the Boston symphony. And why well Elizabeth Rowe who is the principal flutist is suing the Boston Symphony Orchestra because she feels that she's not being paid fairly. And she feels that that's based on the fact that she's. A woman so she's raising this idea of gender gender disparity or gender pay gap in the orchestra world. And it's never have. You know, this lawsuit is the first of its kind. What's the basis for her claim? What is she point to? Well, she was hired by the BSO fourteen years ago, and the fellow who plays next door who she loves as a musician, and friend principal oboe has John Carrillo from the start. She knew he was earning a lot more than she was. And it's very over the years, but in general, it's been about seventy thousand dollars. So she just sat there playing with him, and they played together on almost everything they call it the flow, Bo, the flute and the oboe together. And but finally she felt like she wasn't getting really taken seriously and filed the suit in July. What is the Boston symphony said about well, the symphony has defended its pay structure, and they're saying that the flute and the oboe are not comparable. And I, you know, somebody who can tap out a little bit of something on a piano, any instrument to me as mysterious and mystical, but they say the oboe more difficult to play and they say. That there are fewer great oboe us in the in the pool the countries that it makes it a more marketable instrument, but I will say that that is not science what what assigned say well there. There's no way of knowing you know, what how do you value? What somebody does for a living. And you know, I it's very very complicated. I mean, many people who've studied how women and men are paid say one of the greatest ways to devalue job as have women become the predominant. People who do that job? And you know, the flu. Do it. It is devalued its paid less. Exactly. But you know, Elizabeth Rowe has been the featured soloist in the Boston Symphony Orchestra more than any other principal musician and the principles are the stars the starting lineup. I guess you'd say sports analogies aren't great in this. But she is a star. And you know, she's sitting there and just feels like she's not being treated fairly in that way. So let me ask you just briefly. I mean, the salaries in these in this case is already credible quite high. I mean, you say, it's a seventy thousand dollar gap. But we're talking about a quarter of a million dollars a year. It doesn't seem like a big deal. But presumably it would set a precedent for other musicians who make far less. What's the upshot of all this? Well, I think she's uncomfortable with being public about this took me weeks to get her to talk to me. But she also sees as a larger issue really that. You know? Yes, I earn quite well for being in a job. That's my dream job. But there's a structure here. I mean, we analyzed how women are paid in orchestras, and it's clear out. Of the top seventy eight paid players in the country, only fourteen or women, and that's in orchestras that are made up of you know, forty percent women. So there's something wrong here. And I think she's hoping to correct it. All right. Jeff Edger for the Washington Post. You can read more on his story later today on their website. Thanks so much. We appreciate it. Thank you.

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Lawsuit Against Boston Symphony Orchestra Exposes Extensive Gender Pay Gap

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:04 min | 2 years ago

Lawsuit Against Boston Symphony Orchestra Exposes Extensive Gender Pay Gap

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything. It is. No secret women, sometimes get paid less than men for doing the exact same job on average women earn a earned eighty two cents for every dollar a man earned in two thousand seventeen. That's according to Pew Research. And it's not just pay women are less likely to be in positions of leadership a new lawsuit against the Boston symphony. But the spotlight about how this disparity shows up in the world of classical music reporter, Jeff edges has been following this and his story appears today in the Washington Post and Jeff joins us now. Good morning. Thank you for having me who is suing the Boston symphony. And why well Elizabeth Rowe who is the principal flutist is suing the Boston Symphony Orchestra because she feels that she's not being paid fairly. And she feels that that's based on the fact that she's. A woman so she's raising this idea of gender gender disparity or gender pay gap in the orchestra world. And it's never have. You know, this lawsuit is the first of its kind. What's the basis for her claim? What is she point to? Well, she was hired by the BSO fourteen years ago, and the fellow who plays next door who she loves as a musician, and friend principal oboe has John Carrillo from the start. She knew he was earning a lot more than she was. And it's very over the years, but in general, it's been about seventy thousand dollars. So she just sat there playing with him, and they played together on almost everything they call it the flow, Bo, the flute and the oboe together. And but finally she felt like she wasn't getting really taken seriously and filed the suit in July. What is the Boston symphony said about well, the symphony has defended its pay structure, and they're saying that the flute and the oboe are not comparable. And I, you know, somebody who can tap out a little bit of something on a piano, any instrument to me as mysterious and mystical, but they say the oboe more difficult to play and they say. That there are fewer great oboe us in the in the pool the countries that it makes it a more marketable instrument, but I will say that that is not science what what assigned say well there. There's no way of knowing you know, what how do you value? What somebody does for a living. And you know, I it's very very complicated. I mean, many people who've studied how women and men are paid say one of the greatest ways to devalue job as have women become the predominant. People who do that job? And you know, the flu. Do it. It is devalued its paid less. Exactly. But you know, Elizabeth Rowe has been the featured soloist in the Boston Symphony Orchestra more than any other principal musician and the principles are the stars the starting lineup. I guess you'd say sports analogies aren't great in this. But she is a star. And you know, she's sitting there and just feels like she's not being treated fairly in that way. So let me ask you just briefly. I mean, the salaries in these in this case is already credible quite high. I mean, you say, it's a seventy thousand dollar gap. But we're talking about a quarter of a million dollars a year. It doesn't seem like a big deal. But presumably it would set a precedent for other musicians who make far less. What's the upshot of all this? Well, I think she's uncomfortable with being public about this took me weeks to get her to talk to me. But she also sees as a larger issue really that. You know? Yes, I earn quite well for being in a job. That's my dream job. But there's a structure here. I mean, we analyzed how women are paid in orchestras, and it's clear out. Of the top seventy eight paid players in the country, only fourteen or women, and that's in orchestras that are made up of you know, forty percent women. So there's something wrong here. And I think she's hoping to correct it. All right. Jeff Edger for the Washington Post. You can read more on his story later today on their website. Thanks so much. We appreciate it. Thank you.

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Are voicing their support for Dr Christine Blasi Ford after she requests to full FBI investigation into her claims of sexual assault against supreme court nominee. Brad kavanagh. Senator Kamala Harris tweeting, Dr Ford should not be bullied into participating in a biased process. We should not rush forward before facts are gathered senators on both sides of the political Lyles seem to agree that the sexual assault allegation from Dr Christine Blasi Ford against the judge. Brad Kavanagh should be included. As part of the information lawmakers will use to inform their vote on his supreme court nomination. But the question is how to proceed since Ford's attorney, Lisa banks tells CNN per client will not testify before the FBI investigates. The matter they have to be investigated. And again, those are things that we. Can discuss with Senator Grassley, whether it's the FBI or other investigators it should be impartial. Investigators who are nonpartisan more from CBS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cortes. Believe that. Before it should have the FBI conduct an independent investigation looking into her allegations and Kavanagh's recollection as well. Kerkorian before the Senate Judiciary committee to testify on Matt paper, a number of communities dealing with the aftermath of yesterday's storms. Flash. Flooding in issue across much of the region. Several trees came down in Saugus when a microburst hit rain totally more than six inches fell in some parts of central and western mass, mid Atlantic states to affiliate affects of tropical storm Florence. Flood. Waters continue to rise across Wilmington, North Carolina. Governor ROY Cooper asking evacuees to hold off returning home for the time being and in South Carolina to detainees drowned inside a sheriff's office van when the vehicle was overtaken by floodwater spokesperson for hurry county, says two officers are transporting the detainees and tried to get them out. But they were unable to open the doors. BBC news time six thirty to the Boston Symphony Orchestra almost missed a concert the other night. Ben Parker is here to explain that some plane problems left some of the musicians stranded, man. That's right. Josh perhaps, Freddie, Mercury said it.

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Too join the boston symphony orchestra plays a few notes on his trimbe bone it's a musical joke i thought you would enjoy listener limerick challenge if you'd like to play give us a call at one triple eight wait wait that's one eight eight eight nine two four eight nine two four right now panel some more questions for you from the week's news for lonzo restaurant in china launched a new kind of all you can eat deal by twenty five dollar membership card get all you can eat for a month that promotion was so popular the two weeks later the restaurant is now doing what are they still in business no that's what they're doing going out of business you can't twenty five dollars all you can eat you know how many americans are fly the challenge you can't go to golden corral every night it was a month long promotion they lasted two weeks before they went on a business in addition to only charging twenty five bucks for unlimited food during unlimited visits to the restaurant for a month they didn't place any rule saying like you can't go into the restaurant and eat as much as you want leave the restaurant hand your card to somebody else who then goes in that's something people did a lot in an interview the owner said they expected to lose some money but they thought they'd make up for it in volume and repeat business that's good thinking we'll lose money with each customer but a little workout because we have a lot of customers was it like one guy paid twenty five bucks they just passed that card absolutely the owners of the restaurant hoped to emerge from bankruptcy and move onto their next venture a sears summer's here to help a new study suggests that when you swatted a mosquito the mosquito does what cries swatting mosquitos mosquito probably gets angry well i'll put it this way it affects your relationship with the mosquito the mosquito the mosquito blames himself wonders what he's done wrong and it creates a real imbalance until somebody else comes along and says it's not it's not you it's not your fault leave this house the you really took the word relationship in a different direction mosquito gets well actually very confused why would it get confused because it's very disorienting to be swatted fly tumble to the air it's like being shot out of a cannon well you have to give me a little associated only with humans and elephants they remember they remember you.

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

"Joins the boston symphony orchestra and plays a few notes on his trimbe bone it's a musical joke i thought you would enjoy listener limerick challenge if you'd like to give us a call triple eight wait that's one eight eight eight nine two four eight nine two four right now panel some more questions for you from the week's news alonzo restaurant in china launched a new kind of all you can eat deal by twenty five dollar membership card all you can eat for a month that promotion is so popular the two weeks later the restaurant is now doing what are they still in business no right that's what they're doing going out of business you can't twenty five dollars all you can eat you know how many americans fly you can't go to golden corral every night mix it up it was a month long promotion they lasted two weeks before they went on a business in addition to only charging twenty five bucks for unlimited food during unlimited visits the restaurant for a month they didn't place any rule saying like you can't go into the restaurant need is much as you want leave the restaurant hand your card to somebody else who then goes in that's something people did a lot in an interview the owner said the expected to lose some money but they thought they'd make up for it in volume and repeat business that's good thinking we'll lose money with each customer but a little workout because we have a lot of customers so was it like one guy paid twenty five bucks they just passed that card absolutely the owners of the restaurant hope to emerge from bankruptcy and move onto their next venture a sears summer's here to help the new study suggests that when you swatted mosquito the mosquito does what cries swatted skied them ski though probably gets angry i well well i'll put it this way to fix your relationship with the mosquito mosquito the mosquito blames himself and wonders what he's done wrong and it creates a real imbalance until somebody else comes along and says it's not it's not you it's not your fault leave this house the you really took the word relationship and it's different direction mosquito gets actually gets very confused why would it get confused because it's very disorienting to be swatted fly tumble to the air it's like being shot out of a cannon well is it is it in a more you got to give me a little while associated only with humans and elephants they remember yes they remember you yep that is what we now believe it's like totally embarrassing can remember you're at a party the mosquitoes like hey glen and you're like hey you according to virginia tech researchers mosquitoes remember which of taste good and which of a swat at them and they avoid the swatters that's what the study says anyway really they just wait to wear asleep and then they come back they're like hey who's getting extra malaria tonight so so if you taste good and your swatter that's that's like crazy relations very dysfunctional yeah i find this iran is an older man that they can remember us and i can't remember anybody we should adopt their techniques i guarantee if you're at a conference you go up and bite somebody in the arm they will remember you lonzo according to new survey ten percent of people report that they check their phones while doing what having sex of course i'm a little worried about how quickly you got that sure it's the most intimate act we can do is another person but come on i've got tweets to retreat also among really really when you think about it the very worst time to catch someone checking tinder say ten percent percent the study found that ten percent of people have checked their phone during sex how to be fair some of them were trying to be helpful they were just using google maps to find out where to find thanks if you're using your phone for directions in the moment do not use apple maps you'll end up cuddling dumpster behind a burger king.

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Executive Breakthroughs Podcast

Executive Breakthroughs Podcast

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on Executive Breakthroughs Podcast

"Charles not at the boston symphony orchestra or something like that and so it ended up being a really powerful way to not only attracts the right students to your position but eventually a really powerful basis or fundraising because you can say let me be clear the conditions that were not great impact when i first started there they had a picture of some other institutions leader of the front of the materials that were sets the suit against so we don't but it became the basis of very successful fundraising that happens that really its peak after i i laugh whether it gets a if we can get this kind of quality with these conditions imagine what we could new if they were good and in i now they've been become so so because a bill to the renovated building built another one they they acquired renovated third annan the successful so far order with berkeley that's been codes the knack yet again credit for that he's that was on his the party of you left there that was yes we will no longer in wise because of need here and i ask and i got it and the shift ways was we have ran a place it started the be announ we swing the strategy of the school yes we involve a little bit more that had a research you said the curriculum up differently so that we can achieve this aspiration have of a truly injured breakoff watch but then it from a career stamp when i was looking at women ready to do i still loves the consoling aspect that way that dallas as it will do consultant or do i want to go forward in.

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"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

WVNJ 1160 AM

02:37 min | 4 years ago

"boston symphony orchestra" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM

"The boston symphony orchestra and every time he performs one of the songs in the program will be the one sweet baby james written about his nephew who is his namesake when the when the baby was born and he was either on his way there on his way back from from visiting family in the baby and he mentions being on the road to stockbridge and when he he says the road to stockbridge the eighteen thousand people who are there at this concert go up in a great to her way i've never quite really understood why exactly but you know it's kind of a moment and and james taylor actually lives down the road of peace from where we're sitting in lennick sees anything in west stockbridge bud um there are a lot of writers composers sessions artists of every kind the media from performing arts to visual arts in berkshire county because this is an amazingly inspirational place and if you could use a good dose of inspiration in need to come and visit us and you've got four choice mrs of places to stay in berkshire county that are part of tool companies were talking with joe tool president of tool companies let's just name wonder of the four places that you who we have we had the sean burien but we that's been taken over by unemploy ubers and so we up the a yankee in which ninety seven room property in lennox and we have the hampton and sweet such a property we built in twenty will open for business in 2018 than we have the yankee extended stay sweets which is in pilet what happened in 2018 we didn't get to yet i say twenty eight year two thousand eight okay xi is that one rush she's wildlife it's because of all these ones in southern and then we should rally books is in the and the hinted has eighty rooms i'm a particular fan has my audience of hampton partick's rate brand in its it's tucked into we just set aside one hundred eleven acres as a a in a conservation restriction and we're calling it the lfx tool of wildlife preserve are named after my late brother and we dedicated that a couple of years ago we're just in the process in fact or somebody out there today doing a plant study shows the.

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