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May

Ustvolskaya Festival in Amsterdam
A large-scale Ustvolskaya Festival will be held in Amsterdam from 27 until 29 May 2011, organised by Muziekgebouw aant IJ together with the Asko|Schnberg Ensemble. This ...
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Concert Review: Ferran Cruixent's Virtual Premiered in Saarbrcken
Concert Review: Ferran Cruixent's Virtual Premiered in Saarbrcken
Ferran Cruixent`s "Virtual" received its world premiere on 15 May 2011 performed by the German Radio Philharmonic Saarbrcken Kaiserslautern conducted by ...
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New Children's Opera: World Premiere of Johannes X. Schachtner's  Versprochen, Froschknig, versprochen in Munich
New Children's Opera: World Premiere of Johannes X. Schachtner's Versprochen, Froschknig, versprochen in Munich
The 11th international "ADEvantgarde Festival" will take place from 1 to 12 June 2011. During the course of this festival, the new ...
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Mannheimer Schule: Moritz Eggert's New Orchestral Work to be Premiered in Mannheim
Mannheimer Schule: Moritz Eggert's New Orchestral Work to be Premiered in Mannheim
Moritz Eggert, born in Heidelberg in 1965, regards himself as a "half" Mannheimer. Heidelberg was "the city of schooldays and grandmother" for the composer and Mannheim was ...
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World Premieres of Works by Johannes X. Schachtner and Moritz Eggert at the Bamberg New Music Days
World Premieres of Works by Johannes X. Schachtner and Moritz Eggert at the Bamberg New Music Days
Johannes X. Schachtners "Rjouissance en passant" for brass quintet will receive its world premiere during the course of the concert ...
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Gubaidulina Presentation in Los Angeles
Gubaidulina Presentation in Los Angeles
From 15 until 22 May 2011, the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theatre and the Los Angeles Philharmonic are organising a Gubaidulina Festival with a ...
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New Philharmonie Westfalen: German Premiere of Andrey Eshpay's Saxophone Concerto
New Philharmonie Westfalen: German Premiere of Andrey Eshpay's Saxophone Concerto
Andrei Eshpays "Concerto for Soprano Saxophone and Orchestra," composed during the mid-1980s, will be given its German premiere in Bottrop on 15 May 2011. This is also ...
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Johannes X. Schachtner: World Premiere of Neues Leipziger Liederbuch and an/marien/dacht in Munich
Johannes X. Schachtner: World Premiere of Neues Leipziger Liederbuch and an/marien/dacht in Munich
Johannes X. Schachtners vocal cycle Neues Leipziger Liederbuch for soprano, baritone, violin and violoncello will receive its world ...
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Mouvement Festival 2011: World Premieres of Works by Jan Mller-Wieland and Ferran Cruixent
Mouvement Festival 2011: World Premieres of Works by Jan Mller-Wieland and Ferran Cruixent
The Mouvement Festival 2011 in Saarbrcken bears the subtitle "Music and Faith." Numerous concerts with new music will be presented from 11 to 15 May. There are ...
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Kryos: World Premiere of Jrn Arnecke's Opera in Bremen
Kryos: World Premiere of Jrn Arnecke's Opera in Bremen
The world premiere of Jrn Arneckes new opera Kryos is scheduled for 14 May 2011 in Bremen. If the title would at first lead one to think of an ...
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Spanish Premiere of Ferran Cruixent's Focs dartifici in Gijn
Spanish Premiere of Ferran Cruixent's Focs dartifici in Gijn
Ferran Cruixent`s Focs dartifici (Fireworks) will receive its Spanish premiere on 5 May 2011 in the port city of Gijn in the north of Spain. Cruixent, born in ...
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Johannes X. Schachtner: World Premiere of the brass quintet Prologue et Cortge funbre in Gauting
Johannes X. Schachtner: World Premiere of the brass quintet Prologue et Cortge funbre in Gauting
The world premiere of the brass quintet Prologue et Cortge funbre by Johannes X. Schachtner will take place during the ...
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Alexander Knaifel - Beatitudes: Dutch Premiere in Amsterdam
Alexander Knaifel - Beatitudes: Dutch Premiere in Amsterdam
The Russian composer Alexander Knaifel has succeeded in composing a gripping vocal and sacred work: "Beatitudes" for solos, choir and string orchestra. The performers at the ...
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