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March

Anne-Sophie Mutter Awarded Dortmund Cultural Foundation Prize
The Dortmund Cultural Foundation awarded its Cultural Prize endowed with 25,000 for the seventh time on Friday, 26 March 2010. This time, the Foundation honoured ...
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Wenchen Qins Sounds that Awaken Memories in a Review
The journal Ensemble published the following review of the printed edition SIK 8591 in its current ...
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Munich: World Premiere of Daniel Smutnys Auf den Flgeln des Gesangs
Munich: World Premiere of Daniel Smutnys Auf den Flgeln des Gesangs
In my piece Auf den Flgeln des Gesangs, I am concerned (as in most of my works) with a highly differentiated musical language. Very special sound forms and ...
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Music by Alfred Schnittke in the movie
Music by Alfred Schnittke in the movie "Shutter Island"
Music by Alfred Schnittke - Hymnus II for violoncello and double bass - can be heard on the soundtrack to the new film "Shutter Island." The soundtrack was produced by ...
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Frankfurt Music Fair 2010: Sikorski is there for you!
Frankfurt Music Fair 2010: Sikorski is there for you!
This year, too, we are represented by a booth at the Frankfurt Music Fair (24 to 27 March). Pay us a visit and collect interesting information. Heres where ...
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Russian Music at the Concert Series Vredenburg Friday in Utrecht during the 2010/11 Season
Alongside the already established concert series The Sunday Matinee of the Dutch Broadcasting Company, which takes place at the ...
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Enigmatic and Profound: Celebrated Premiere of Moritz Eggerts Bordellballade
The world premiere of the Bordellballade by Moritz Eggert at the Music Theatre in the Brauhaus Dessau during the course of the 2010 Kurt Weill Festival on 4 March has met with great ...
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Ulrich Leyendecker: World Premiere of Viola Concerto in Kaiserslautern
Ulrich Leyendecker: World Premiere of Viola Concerto in Kaiserslautern
Compared to its little sister, the violin, the viola sounds somewhat more stuffed up. And because it is usually damned to providing sleepily boring accompaniment in ...
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