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Lonesome George ballet with Shostakovichs 8th string quartet
Lonesome George ballet with Shostakovichs 8th string quartet
In 2015, the ballet Lonesome George by choreographer Marco Goecke premiered at the Deutsche Oper am Rhein Dsseldorf.
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Shostakovich audio book Doppeltes Spiel (Double Play) published by BR Klassik
Shostakovich audio book Doppeltes Spiel (Double Play) published by BR Klassik
In the audiobook sector, biographies of well-known personalities, completely staged in radio play form or narrated in a setting, occupy a special place. ...
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Passages (Arcades) for chamber ensemble by Johannes X. Schachtner in Munich
Passages (Arcades) for chamber ensemble by Johannes X. Schachtner in Munich
The work was written almost eight years ago and waited a long time for its premiere. Now Johannes X. Schachtner's new piece Arcades for chamber ensemble ...
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Gautier Capuon premieres Lera Auerbachs cello concerto Diary of a Madman in Munich
Gautier Capuon premieres Lera Auerbachs cello concerto Diary of a Madman in Munich
On 27/28 January 2021, cellist Gautier Capuon and the Munich Philharmonic under Giedre lekytė are to premiere Lera Auerbachs new concerto for cello and orchestra Diary of a Madman in...
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Xiaoyong Chen: Zi Zhu (Red Bamboo) for flute and koto
Xiaoyong Chen: Zi Zhu (Red Bamboo) for flute and koto
The connection of Chinese composers to nature is traditionally very close. As is the case for the Hamburg-based Chinese composer Xiaoyong Chen, who has dedicated a new work entitled Red Bamboo...
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World premiere of Jan Mller-Wielands The Star Talers for girls choir and ensemble in Hanover
World premiere of Jan Mller-Wielands The Star Talers for girls choir and ensemble in Hanover
One of the most moving fairy tales from the Brothers Grimms childrens and household tales The Star Talers tells of a poor girl who has nothing more than a piece of bread and her ...
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Christmas Greetings from Sikorski Music Publishers
Christmas Greetings from Sikorski Music Publishers
We wish all music enthusiasts who feel connected to our company a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Two years of the pandemic have changed our lives and our work. ...
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Music full of joy, but also deep sadness: Elena Firsovas Ornaments of Joy
Music full of joy, but also deep sadness: Elena Firsovas Ornaments of Joy
As part of Elena Firsova's residency with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin (The Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra), numerous orchestral and ...
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Ballet Maria with Lera Auerbachs work Dialogues on Stabat Mater premieres in Nuremberg
Ballet Maria with Lera Auerbachs work Dialogues on Stabat Mater premieres in Nuremberg
In the first part of a new ballet evening at the Nuremberg Theatre, choreographer Goyo Montero presents a ballet entitled Maria on 18 December 2021, ...
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Pragma by Osmo Tapio Rihl is to be premiered at the Nuova consonanza festival
Pragma by Osmo Tapio Rihl is to be premiered at the Nuova consonanza festival
Pragma for seven players (flute, clarinets, piano, string quartet) was commissioned by the Italian festival Nuova consonanza and composed in 2020. ...
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Chamber music festival Sofia Gubaidulina in Bonn
Chamber music festival Sofia Gubaidulina in Bonn
From 2nd to 5th December 2021, the In Situ Art Society Bonn will organise a chamber music festival in the Dialograum Kreuzung at St. Helena in Bonn on the occasion of Sofia Gubaidulinas 90th...
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Teodor Currentzis and musicAeterna premiere new work by Marko Nikodijevic
Teodor Currentzis and musicAeterna premiere new work by Marko Nikodijevic
The extraordinary conductor and leader of the legendary orchestra musicAeterna and the SWR Symphony Orchestra, Teodor Currentzis, is an admirer of Marko Nikodijevics work and has performed his...
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Musically narrating and conveying our time. Estonian composer Jri Reinvere turns 50
Musically narrating and conveying our time. Estonian composer Jri Reinvere turns 50
Estonian composer Jri Reinvere, who has also worked as a presenter on Finnish and Estonian radio and was inspired by film legend Ingmar Bergman, celebrates his 50th birthday on 2 December 2021.
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World premiere at the Philharmonie Berlin: Elena Firsova's Night in Appen
World premiere at the Philharmonie Berlin: Elena Firsova's Night in Appen
As part of Jelena Firsovas residency with the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, numerous orchestral and chamber music works by the composer will be presented ...
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Edison Denisov -	25th anniversary of death 24 November 2021
Edison Denisov - 25th anniversary of death 24 November 2021
Among Russian composers of the post-Shostakovich era such as Sofia Gubaidulina, Galina Ustvolskaya and Alfred Schnittke, Edison Denisov is considered the great poet ...
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Jri Reinveres Of the Dying of the Stars. Symphonic Notes to be premiered at musica viva.
Jri Reinveres Of the Dying of the Stars. Symphonic Notes to be premiered at musica viva.
After the orchestral work The Inner Sea (premiered on 31 October 2021 in Saarbrcken) and Two Bracelets for Klara (premiered on 10 November 2021 in Tallinn), now the ...
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Four-part cycle sound ecologies by Daniel Smutny to be premiered in Cologne
Four-part cycle sound ecologies by Daniel Smutny to be premiered in Cologne
The E-MEX Ensemble will premiere a four-part cycle entitled sound ecologies by the composer Daniel Smutny, born in 1976, on 13 November 2021 in Cologne. ...
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Special publication of Sergei Prokofievs complete opera oeuvre
Special publication of Sergei Prokofievs complete opera oeuvre
The traditional companies Boosey & Hawkes and Sikorski Music Publishers have recently united under one roof to represent the complete works of Sergei Prokofiev. They are taking this as an...
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Sikorski Magazine 3 2021
Sikorski Magazine 3 2021
What do a snowstorm, a symphony entitled Arctica or an ice flower forest sound like in works, appropriate for the cooler time of year, by our composers? In the new Sikorski Magazine 3 2021, this...
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Tallinn Chamber Orchestra premieres Jri Reinveres Klaras Two Bracelets
Tallinn Chamber Orchestra premieres Jri Reinveres Klaras Two Bracelets
Estonian composer Jri Reinvere celebrates his 50th birthday on 2 December 2021. These days, many projects put on hold during the lockdown are now being resumed. Reinveres orchestral ...
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The final version of Marko Nikodijevics grid/index [I] receives its world premiere in Zurich
The final version of Marko Nikodijevics grid/index [I] receives its world premiere in Zurich
On 4 November 2021, the final version of the work grid/index [I] by Serbian composer Marko Nikodijevic will be premiered in Zurich. The performers are the Hyper Duo and ...
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Rodion Shchedrins brilliant Carmen Suite featuring new choreography by Ivan Alboresi at Theater Nordhausen
Rodion Shchedrins brilliant Carmen Suite featuring new choreography by Ivan Alboresi at Theater Nordhausen
The love story and its tragic end (that first appeared in 1847 as a French novella by Prosper Mrime) between Carmen a Spanish ...
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World premiere in Saarbrcken: Jri Reinveres The Inner Sea for large orchestra
World premiere in Saarbrcken: Jri Reinveres The Inner Sea for large orchestra
Estonian composer Jri Reinvere is celebrating his 50th birthday on 2 December 2021. In the next few weeks, three of the composers orchestral works ...
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New Gubaidulina CD with the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig on Deutsche Grammophon
New Gubaidulina CD with the Gewandhausorchester Leipzig on Deutsche Grammophon
It never ceases to thrill me how Sofia Gubaidulina combines intellect, spirituality and sensuality in her works. Her music gets right under your skin, says ...
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Dejan Lazić's Schubert homage The Trout Pond receives its Danish premiere in Copenhagen
Dejan Lazić's Schubert homage The Trout Pond receives its Danish premiere in Copenhagen
In 2017, pianist Silke Avenhaus studied the five contemporary composers Ferran Cruixent, Dejan Lazić, Osmo Tapio Rihl, Gerald Resch and ...
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Kirill Serebrennikov stages Shostakovichs The Nose in Munich
Kirill Serebrennikov stages Shostakovichs The Nose in Munich
Only two years ago, the artistic director of the Hamburg Schauspielhaus Karin Beier restaged Dmitri Shostakovichs opera The Nose at the Hamburg State Opera. ...
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Sofia Gubaidulina, the Grande Dame of New Music, on her 90th birthday
Sofia Gubaidulina, the Grande Dame of New Music, on her 90th birthday
I hear the world sounding inside me and want to bring this into a musical form and fix it in tones - like an ancient man who wants ...
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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, ...
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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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