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KlangART Vision 2021 music festival with music by Ustvolskaya and Shostakovich
KlangART Vision 2021 music festival with music by Ustvolskaya and Shostakovich
From 10 April to 23 May 2021KlangART-Vision is presenting sensational concerts. Making us aware of the cultural wealth of our society is an inspiring concern, write the makers.
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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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New piano works by Krzysztof Meyer: Martin Szlezer with world premiere of the Fantasy for piano
New piano works by Krzysztof Meyer: Martin Szlezer with world premiere of the Fantasy for piano
Over the last four years Polish composer, pianist and music theorist Krzysztof Meyer has turned increasingly to piano music.
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The Russian violinist Mark Lubotsky is dead
The Russian violinist Mark Lubotsky is dead
Sikorski Publishers mourn the death of the great Russian violin virtuoso Mark Lubotsky, who died in Hamburg on 13 March 2021 at the age of 89.
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For Sergei Prokofievs 130th birthday on 23 April 2021
For Sergei Prokofievs 130th birthday on 23 April 2021
The music of Sergei Prokofiev is world repertoire. Whether it is the great ballet music for Romeo and Juliet or ...
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Clare Hammonds impressive new recording
Clare Hammonds impressive new recording
Clare Hammonds new piano album Variations deals with the most diverse forms of variations by 20th century composer.
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90th  birthday of Lithuanian composer Vytautas Barkauskas
90th birthday of Lithuanian composer Vytautas Barkauskas
On 25 March 2021 we are commemorating the 90th birthday of Vytautas Barkauskas. Barkauskas was born on 25 March 1931 in Kaunas ...
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Cellist Christina Meiner with first recording of Gubaidulinas From the Visions of Hildegard of Bingen
Cellist Christina Meiner with first recording of Gubaidulinas From the Visions of Hildegard of Bingen
The cellist Christina Meiner has released a double album exclusively with first recordings on the label Querstand.
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Sikorski Magazine 1/2021 - Spring Awakening
Sikorski Magazine 1/2021 - Spring Awakening
New music appropriate to the season, based on subjects by Hans Christian andersen of Fyodor Dostoevsky and many other such novelties...
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Marcin Danilewski releases Krzysztof Meyers Capriccio interrotto on CD
Marcin Danilewski releases Krzysztof Meyers Capriccio interrotto on CD
The Polish composer Krzysztof Meyer, who now lives in Germany, once stated a few years ago that the time had come to never discover melody.
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25th anniversary of the death of Mieczysław Weinberg
25th anniversary of the death of Mieczysław Weinberg
The days are now long behind us when composer Mieczysław Weinberg, standing in Dmitri Shostakovichs long shadow, was less known internationally.
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Chinese New Year 2021 and our Chinese composers
Chinese New Year 2021 and our Chinese composers
The Chinese New Year 2021, the "Year of the Buffalo", is also an occasion to read our magazine "Musikszene China" ...
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Nicholas Angelich releases Prokofiev album featuring 8th piano sonata and Visions fugitives
Nicholas Angelich releases Prokofiev album featuring 8th piano sonata and Visions fugitives
Nicholas Angelich highly praised for his fine filigree work, as the newspaper WELT once put it, has dedicated an album ...
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Unbridled energy and urgency in Marc Coppeys recording of Shostakovichs cello concertos
Unbridled energy and urgency in Marc Coppeys recording of Shostakovichs cello concertos
Marc Coppey was predicted a great career by Yehudi Menuhin even as a young musician.
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International Classical Music Award for Alban Gerhardt
International Classical Music Award for Alban Gerhardt
The Berlin cello virtuoso Alban Gerhardt had already aroused great enthusiasm in 2007 ...
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The great music publisher Prof. Dr. Hans W. Sikorski dies
The great music publisher Prof. Dr. Hans W. Sikorski dies
He has died in Hamburg on 22 January 2021 at the age of 94.
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Gidon Kremer releases live recording of Mieczysław Weinbergs Violin Concerto on CD
Gidon Kremer releases live recording of Mieczysław Weinbergs Violin Concerto on CD
Mieczysław Weinbergs Violin Concerto op. 67 is already more than sixty years old, but only over recent years has it attracted the more intense, indeed enthusiastic, attention it merits.
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Herbert Baumanns ballet Alice in Wonderland in Brisbane, Australia
Herbert Baumanns ballet Alice in Wonderland in Brisbane, Australia
A Wonderland that gives us hope and pleasure, but above all an Alice who pushes through small and larger miracles against all odds, is certainly something we could all use in these difficult times.
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Radio Filharmonisch Orkest Hilversum releases CD of Lera Auerbachs Eva's Lament
Radio Filharmonisch Orkest Hilversum releases CD of Lera Auerbachs Eva's Lament
On the occasion of its 75th anniversary in October 2020, the Radio Filharmonisch Orkest Hilversum released an anniversary CD.
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World premiere concert of Jan Mller-Wielands Gottesspur (Divine Trace) online
World premiere concert of Jan Mller-Wielands Gottesspur (Divine Trace) online
NDR Hannover has released a link for this remarkable concert.
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SWR publishes Marko Nikodijevic's stream of Cvetić, kućica ... / la lugubre gondola
SWR publishes Marko Nikodijevic's stream of Cvetić, kućica ... / la lugubre gondola
Now the stream has been published under the following link.
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The music of Galina Ustvolskayas impressive 5th symphony Amen conquers the USA
The music of Galina Ustvolskayas impressive 5th symphony Amen conquers the USA
Together with members of his university orchestra, Christopher Russell, conductor and professor at Azusa Pacific University, intends to perform the 5th symphony Amen.
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Vasily Petrenko and the Oslo Philharmonic enthral with Myaskovsky and Prokofiev Symphonies
Vasily Petrenko and the Oslo Philharmonic enthral with Myaskovsky and Prokofiev Symphonies
Myaskovsky (1881-1950) had met Prokofiev during their joint years of study.
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Shanna Pranaitis makes world premiere recordings of Claus-Steffen Mahnkopfs flute works for NEOS
Shanna Pranaitis makes world premiere recordings of Claus-Steffen Mahnkopfs flute works for NEOS
Like the oboe, the flute plays a prominent role in Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf's work.
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Veit Hertenstein has recorded Shostakovichs Viola Sonata op. 147 and the Cello Sonata op. 40 in his own arrangement for viola
Veit Hertenstein has recorded Shostakovichs Viola Sonata op. 147 and the Cello Sonata op. 40 in his own arrangement for viola
From the young viola player Veit Hertenstein came the saying, Violin is good, viola is better!
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Part 4 of the complete edition of all Weinberg string quartets released by Accord
Part 4 of the complete edition of all Weinberg string quartets released by Accord
The fourth part of the complete edition of Mieczyslaw Weinbergs string quartets featuring the Silesian Quartet has been released on CD by the ACCORD label.
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The Grzenich Orchestra Cologne with Sergei Taneyevs John of Damascus op. 1 at Oehms classics
The Grzenich Orchestra Cologne with Sergei Taneyevs John of Damascus op. 1 at Oehms classics
On 19 June 2020 we commemorated the 105th anniversary of the death of Sergei Taneyev.
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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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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 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 voice and chamber orchestra / strings / ensemble
Works for voice and chamber orchestra / strings / ensemble
Texts from all over the world, from Shakespeare, Poe, Petrarca to Rilke, 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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