November

Giya Kancheli’s “Ninna, Nanna” Celebrates German Premiere in Wiesbaden
Giya Kancheli’s “Ninna, Nanna” Celebrates German Premiere in Wiesbaden
The piece “Ninna, Nanna” for flute and string quartet by the Georgian composer Giya Kancheli, already premiered in the USA (Kansas City) on 8 August 2008, will receive its ...
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Block Lecture with Peter Ruzicka on Aesthetics, Cultural Management and Festivals
Under the motto of “Arts and Festival Culture” University of Salzburg/Mozarteum is organising a block seminar on aesthetics, cultural management and the role of festivals with ...
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Rudolf Barschai, Conductor, Violist and Adapter of Major Shostakovich Works Is Dead
Rudolf Barschai, Conductor, Violist and Adapter of Major Shostakovich Works Is Dead
The renowned Russian conductor and violist Rudolf Barschai died last Tuesday, 2 November 2010, at the age of 86 ...
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“KAPmodern” – The Russian Women Composers Elena Firsova, Sofia Gubaidulina and Katia Tchemberdji in Potsdam
Music by three Russian women composers who live in Germany and England is at the focus of the next concert of the Kammerakademie Potsdam ...
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75 Years of Sikorski Music Publishers – a Report in the “Hamburger Abendblatt”
On the occasion of the 75th jubilee of Sikorski Music Publishers in November 2010, the Hamburger Abendblatt published an extensive report on the publishing house and its work in the Hamburger ...
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“Intersections China & Germany:” Lin Yang’s “In this Moment” premiered in Hamburg
“Intersections China & Germany:” Lin Yang’s “In this Moment” premiered in Hamburg
Lin Yang, a very promising young composer and Siemens Foundation stipend holder, has written her first String Quartet for the Amaryllis Quartet. The ensemble, recipients of ...
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Munich: World Premiere of  Jan Müller-Wieland’s “Alpine Scene. Four old Women” on 25 November 2010
Munich: World Premiere of Jan Müller-Wieland’s “Alpine Scene. Four old Women” on 25 November 2010
The Munich composer Jan Müller-Wieland has written the music to Thomas Bernhard’s mini-drama “Der deutsche Mittagstisch“ together with colleagues Bernhard Lang and ...
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”Hommage à Frank Cox”: Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf’s New Piece to be Premiered in Leipzig
”Hommage à Frank Cox”: Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf’s New Piece to be Premiered in Leipzig
The Norwegian Ensemble asamisimasa will perform the world premiere of the new piece “Hommage à Frank Cox” for piano, quarter-tone vibraphone and electric guitar by the ...
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Xiaoyong Chen Appointed Guest Professor at the Hamburg Academy of Music
The Chinese composer Xiaoyong Chen, who lives in Hamburg, was appointed Guest Professor at the Hamburg Academy of Music in early October by ...
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