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"An Absolute Knockout"
Lera Auerbachs 24 Preludes (BIS CD)
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Jan Mller-Wieland sets Elke Heidenreich:
The Cologne Opera has commissioned Jan Mller-Wieland, Detlev Glanert, Georg Graewe, Thilo Medek and Marc-Aurel Floros to compose short 5-minute comic operas to texts by Elke Heidenreich. The...
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A Great Concert Event: Sofia Gubaidulina's
The composer wrote her latest work, "Under the Sign of Scorpio," variations on six hexachords for bayan and large orchestra, in response to a commission from the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra and...
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New compositon by Benjamin Yusupov
Benjamin Yusupov has completed a new composition entitled "Maximum," scored for four soloists (violin, viola, flute and harp) and orchestra. The ten-minute work will be premiered on 9 June 2004 in...
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"The Prophet" by Elena Firsova
Following her work "Prophecies," Elena Firsova has now written a vocal work entitled "The Prophet" for baritone, mixed choir and bayan. It will receive its premiere on 5 June 2004, performed by the...
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"Glorifications" by Knaifel
A performance has been planned of Alexander Knaifel's "Glorifications" for 1 March 2004 in St. Petersburg.
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"Anna Karenina" in Ostrava
Rodion Shchedrin's enchanting ballet "Anna Karenina" based on Leo Tolstoy's novel of the same name was premiered at the Ostrava Theatre (Czech Republic) on 22 November 2003.
Moreover, Shchedrin's...
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Concertos by Franghiz Ali-Zadeh
Yo Yo Ma (violoncello) will perform Franghiz Ali-Zadeh's composition "Mugam-sayagi" in the USA in the cities of Boston, Columbus, Gainesville, Sarasota, Clearwater and West Palm Beach between 6 and...
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Ballet Number 9 with Schnittke
The Mainz Municipal Theatre, which has been numbering its ballet productions with Roman numerals for a fairly long time, has introduced a new production in which the renowned Viola Concerto of Alfred...
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Johannes Harneit at the Berlin Philharmonie
A concert took place on 20 November 2003 at 8 o'clock P.M. in the Chamber Music Hall of the Berlin Philharmonie with the Ensemble Oriol Berlin under the direction of Sebastian Gottschick. Johannes...
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Academy of the Arts names Jan Mller-Wieland a member
Prof. Armin Sandig named the young composer Jan Mller-Wieland, who lives in Berlin, a member of the Hamburg Academy of the Arts. The free-lance composer, born in 1966 in Hamburg, was a pupil of Hans...
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"Intonazioni Poetiche" by Milko Kelemen
Milko Kelemen has completed a composition for chamber orchestra entitled "Intonazioni Poetiche", to be given its world premiere on 1 April 2004 in Luxemburg by the Croatian Chamber Orchestra, who...
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Milko Kelemen turns 80
The Croatian-born Milko Kelemen (born in 1924) studied with Olivier Messiaen in Paris and Wolfgang Fortner in Freiburg. His work at the "Electronic Siemens Studio" in Munich, as well as an invitation...
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Lera Auerbach News
John Neumeier's ballet "Preludes CV" based upon music by the Russian-American composer and poet Lera Auerbach has been taken up in the new season of the Hamburg State Opera. Performances have taken...
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