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30th death of the Georgian composer Zulchan Tsintsadze
Born on 23 August 1923 in Gori, Zulchan Tsintsadze was a double talent as a performing cellist and composer. He died in Tbilisi on 15 September 1991. Until 1945, he studied cello at the Tbilisi Conservatory of Music and continued his studies at the Moscow Conservatory.
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Peter Ruzickas KAMMERSYMPHONIE in Meiningen
Peter Ruzickas KAMMERSYMPHONIE in Meiningen
On 29 September 2021, the Meininger Hofkapelle, under the baton of General Music Director Philippe Bach, will premiere Peter Ruzickas KAMMERSYMPHONIE. Three Pieces for Ensemble.
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Sofia Gubaidulinas second season as Gewandhaus composer
Sofia Gubaidulinas second season as Gewandhaus composer
It is Sofia Gubaidulinas second season as Gewandhaus composer in Leipzig, which will open on 17/19 September 2021 with her Triple Concerto. In addition, the Gewandhaus Orchestra will celebrate the...
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Shostakovich-Symposium 2021 in Berlin
Shostakovich-Symposium 2021 in Berlin
The 20th Musicological Shostakovich Symposium is to be held in Berlin from 24 to 25 September 2021. The theme this year is Shostakovichs Musical Language - Compositional Techniques and Narratives.
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Rotterdam Philharmonic Gergiev Festival 2021
Rotterdam Philharmonic Gergiev Festival 2021
From 16 to 19 September 2021, Rotterdam will once again host the annual Rotterdam Philharmonic Gergiev Festival. This time the theme is St. Petersburg.
Valery Gergiev still calls Rotterdam his...
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Francisco Tanzer on his 100th birthday
Francisco Tanzer on his 100th birthday
Francisco Tanzer was born in Vienna on 12 September 1921. In 1938 he emigrated via Czechoslovakia to Paris and later on to Portugal, New York and California. He was a member of the US Army from...
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100th Birthday of Stanisław Lem and Krzysztof Meyers Lem-Opera Kyberiade
100th Birthday of Stanisław Lem and Krzysztof Meyers Lem-Opera Kyberiade
On 12 September 2021, we will commemorate the 100th birthday of Stanisław Lem. Lem was probably the most important philosopher, essayist, writer and specialist in profound science fiction...
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The Diary of Anne Frank by Grigori Frid at the Finnish Chamber Opera Helsinki
The Diary of Anne Frank by Grigori Frid at the Finnish Chamber Opera Helsinki
Grigori Frids internationally successful mono opera The Diary of Anne Frank had its premiere at the Finnish Chamber Opera in Helsinki on 2 September 2021. The version for 9 instruments in German...
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Johannes X. Schachtners fragen.antworten.fragen  Konversationen fr Klavier und Kammerensemble at the Festival Momentum
Johannes X. Schachtners fragen.antworten.fragen Konversationen fr Klavier und Kammerensemble at the Festival Momentum
Like last year, the Momentum Festival will be held in September in Stolberg in the Rhineland despite the flood disaster. The first half of the final concert on 17 September 2021 is to feature...
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Latvian composer Romualds Kalsons celebrates his 85th birthday
Romualds Kalsons was born in Riga on September 7, 1936. He studied choral conducting at the Jāzeps Mediņ Conservatory and later at the Latvian State Conservatory in the composition...
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OPUS-Klassik  Prize winners with works by Sikorski Music Publishers
OPUS-Klassik Prize winners with works by Sikorski Music Publishers
Among the prize winners of this years OPUS KLASSIK, Sikorski Music Publishers are represented with works by their authors in these two categories:
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Prokofievs opera War and Peace in Geneva
Prokofievs opera War and Peace in Geneva
Prokoviev wanted his opera War and Peace, based on Leo Tolstoys novel, neither to focus on war scenes nor mass scenes. When, in the middle of the Second World War in 1941, he began work on it, he...
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Dmitri Shostakovichs letters to Ivan Sollertinsky published by Wolke Verlag
Dmitri Shostakovichs letters to Ivan Sollertinsky published by Wolke Verlag
Wolke Verlag has just come out with the German licensed edition of Dmitri Shostakovich's letters to his friend, the musicologist Ivan Sollertinsky. The first edition in Russian was published by...
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International Stiftfestival 2021 featuring 40 works by Sikorski Music Publishers
International Stiftfestival 2021 featuring 40 works by Sikorski Music Publishers
At the annual International Stiftfestival, held near the Dutch city of Oldenzaal and themed Eastern Winds for 2021, a total of 40 Sikorski works is to be performed between 21 and 29 August 2021
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Salzburg Exhibition 100 Female Voices featuring Sofia Gubaidulina and Galina Ustvolskaya
Salzburg Exhibition 100 Female Voices featuring Sofia Gubaidulina and Galina Ustvolskaya
On 21 August 2021, the audio-visual exhibition 100 Female Voices opened in the Salzburg Kollegienkirche (www.100femalevoices.com).
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Krzysztof Meyers Three Algorithmic Etudes for piano to be premiered in Lublin
Krzysztof Meyers Three Algorithmic Etudes for piano to be premiered in Lublin
Polish composer Krzysztof Meyer's piano work is immensely versatile. Some time ago, Meyer presented three new piano works, which have since already been published by Sikorski:
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French premiere of Marko Nikodijevics opera 7 Deaths of Maria Callas
French premiere of Marko Nikodijevics opera 7 Deaths of Maria Callas
The French premiere of Marko Nikodijevics and Marina Abramovics opera 7 Deaths of Maria Callas, which premiered in Munich in late summer 2020 and revolves around the fate and sufferings of the...
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Loriot on the 10th anniversary of his death on 22 August 2021
Loriot on the 10th anniversary of his death on 22 August 2021
Vicco von Blow (Loriot), one of Germany's greatest humourists, cartoonists, actors and directors, died ten years ago. His film sketches with, among others, actress Evelyn Hamann, made television...
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Charlene Farrugia has recorded piano works by Aram Khachaturian on Grand Piano
Charlene Farrugia has recorded piano works by Aram Khachaturian on Grand Piano
The Maltese pianist Charlene Farrugia dedicates herself to the piano works of the Armenian composer Aram Khachaturian in a highly listenable new recording for the Grand Piano label (distributed by...
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Bulgarian cellist Liliana Kehayova releases Cello Sonatas by Nikolai Myaskovsky on CD
Bulgarian cellist Liliana Kehayova releases Cello Sonatas by Nikolai Myaskovsky on CD
The Russian composer Nikolai Myaskovsky, born in 1881 and died in 1950, was a pupil of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov and Anatoly Lyadov. He himself taught a generation of up-and-coming composers,...
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Works by Shostakovich and Schnittke at the Summer Music Days Hitzacker 2021
Works by Shostakovich and Schnittke at the Summer Music Days Hitzacker 2021
We are already looking ahead to the Summer Music Days Hitzacker, which are exciting every year and have once again been able to engage world-renowned soloists for the ambitious festival in the...
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Elisaveta Blumina records piano works by Grigori Frid for Naxos
Elisaveta Blumina records piano works by Grigori Frid for Naxos
The pianist Elisaveta Blumina has recorded a CD featuring various piano works by Grigori Frid on the NAXOS label.
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Quintet works by Grigori Frid released on CD by Capriccio
Quintet works by Grigori Frid released on CD by Capriccio
A CD featuring two quintet works by Grigori Frid (1919-1998) has just been released on the Capriccio label.
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Frederick Ashtons legendary choreography of Sergei Prokofievs Cinderella on DVD at Opus Arte
Frederick Ashtons legendary choreography of Sergei Prokofievs Cinderella on DVD at Opus Arte
There are countless choreographies of Sergei Prokofievs legendary ballet classic Cinderella.
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Composers on the Coronavirus Crisis
Composers on the Coronavirus Crisis
The consequences of the coronavirus crisis move us all. We have asked our composers how these months and weeks affect their artistic work. What they answer will be published progressively in this...
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Repertoire for small string orchestra
Repertoire for small string orchestra
Instead of a giant orchestra, as required by works of Mahler, Strauss or Wagner , there is a boom of smaller orchestral works.
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Works for Ensemble
Works for Ensemble
The variety of instrumental timbres in the ensemble music of our composers from all over the world is unlimited.
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Works for chamber orchestra
Works for chamber orchestra
Almost all works for chamber orchestras from our catalogs have an extra-musical title.
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Works for voice and chamber orchestra / strings / ensemble
Works for voice and chamber orchestra / strings / ensemble
Texts from all over the world, from William Shakespeare, Edgar Allan Poe, Francesco Petrarca to Rainer Maria Rilke, Roger Willemsen or ancient Chinese poems, have inspired our composers.
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Works for solo instruments and chamber orchestra / strings / ensemble
Works for solo instruments and chamber orchestra / strings / ensemble
Here you will also find works for unusual solo instruments such as oud, zheng and sheng, electric guitar or jazz trio and small orchestras or ensembles.
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