July

Maximilian Mangold’s Recording of Ulrich Leyendecker’s Trois Nocturnes for Guitar
Maximilian Mangold’s Recording of Ulrich Leyendecker’s Trois Nocturnes for Guitar
The composer Ulrich Leyendecker (born 1946) has had an intensive relationship with the guitar for many years. In 2005 he wrote an interesting Concerto for Guitar and Orchestra that is highly...
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Sofia Gubaidulina’s “On Love and Hatred” for the First Time in Norway
Sofia Gubaidulina’s “On Love and Hatred” for the First Time in Norway
Sofia Gubaidulina’s “On Love and Hatred” was commissioned by the Staatskapelle Dresden, the Dresden Frauenkirche Foundation, the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and the ...
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Gezeitenkonzerte: “Capriccetti [2nd Cycle]” by Jan Müller-Wieland Given World Premiere
Gezeitenkonzerte: “Capriccetti [2nd Cycle]” by Jan Müller-Wieland Given World Premiere
The ‘Gezeitenkonzerte’ (Tides Concerts) of the East Frisian Landscape will be held in 2017 for the sixth time, from 23 June to 13 August under the motto “Sturm und Klang” ...
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American Premiere: Marko Nikodijevic’s “tiefenrausch” in New York
American Premiere: Marko Nikodijevic’s “tiefenrausch” in New York
During the course of the ‘MoMA’ (Museum of Modern Art) Summer Garden 2017 Marko Nikodijevic’s string quartet “tiefenrausch” (Quartetto d‘archi n° 1) will be ...
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Osmo Tapio Räihälä Composes Solo Guitar Piece “Kalliokirskuja”
Osmo Tapio Räihälä Composes Solo Guitar Piece “Kalliokirskuja”
The new guitar piece “Kalliokirskuja” (engl. ‘White-throated swift’) by Osmo Tapio Räihälä will receive its world premiere at the Kemiönsaari Music Festival (10 to 16 July 2017) ...
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“Impact” by Tomasz Skweres Given World Premiere
“Impact” by Tomasz Skweres Given World Premiere
The solo violin piece “Impact” by Tomasz Skweres will be given its world premiere at the opening concert of TONALi17 “Bleib auf dem Teppich” (Stay on the Carpet) on ...
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Berliner Philharmoniker: Shostakovich’s 1st and 15th Symphonies at the Same Concert
Dmitri Shostakovich was just 19 years old when he caught the attention of the musical world in 1924 with his First Symphony, Op. 10. This work was incredibly successful and was soon performed in...
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