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Our latest newsletter is out

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 30 April 2014

UE NewsletterWe just sent out our latest newsletter, which you can view here:

Haas at the Tectonics Festival, Rihm at the Scala.

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UE Newsletter March 2014

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 13 March 2014

Picture: Onyx Brass by Ben Ealovega

Brass and Iron and Alphorns: our latest newsletter is now online.

UE Newsletter February 2014

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 14 February 2014

Anna Karenina, Staatstheater Braunschweig, Nadja Stefanoff, Arthur Shen (c) Volker Beinhorn
Our February newsletter presents you with a long-forgotten opera at the Staatstheater Braunschweig, the world première of a lost concert by Badinski, and the world premières of Georg Friedrich Haas’ dark dreams and Cristóbal Halffter’s Concerto grosso.

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UE Newsletter January 2014

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 24 January 2014

Newsletter 01/2014Our first newsletter of 2014 is out. Read the whole newsletter by clicking the picture to the right or go here.

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Universal Edition Newsletter November 2013

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 14 November 2013

Newsletter Universal Edition November 2013
The latest Universal Edition newsletter, with information on world premières by David Fennessy, Wolfgang Rihm, Georg Friedrich Haas, and Alban Berg, is avaialble here.

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UE Newsletter October 2013

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 17 October 2013

Universal Edition Newsletter

Here it is: our latest newsletter, focusing on 8 UE world premières that take place within the next 29 days.

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World premières of one new and two “lost” works

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 26 August 2013

Newsletter Universal EditionWe just sent out our latest newsletter, which focuses on the Klangspuren Schwaz and on two “lost” works: Nikolai Badinski’s Violin Concerto No. 2 and Franz Schreker’s Der Schatzgräber.

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UE Newsletter July 2013

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 18 July 2013

UE Newsletter July 2013We just sent out our latest Newsletter, featuring the opening of the opera programme of the Salzburg Festival with Harrison Birtwistle’s Gawain and 4 world premières of Universal Edition composers at the Festival.

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UE Newsletter June 2013

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 18 June 2013

UE NewsletterWe just sent out our latest newsletter, featuring video interviews with Luke Bedford about his chamber opera Seven Angels, and with David Sawer about The Lighthouse Keepers. Furthermore, the world première of Wolfgang Rihm’s A Tribute will soon take place at the Aldeburgh Festival.

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Newsletter: Renewal and The Mermaid

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 15 May 2013

UE Newsletter 05/2013Find our latest Newsletter here, covering Bedford, Zemlinsky and Boulez, and world and national premières by Patterson, Rihm, Halffter and Staud.

UE on the Radio: composer portrait: Georg Friedrich Haas

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 30 April 2013

Radio Newsletter 2013-05

We just sent out our radio newsletter 05/2013, featuring a broadcast of Ligeti’s Apparitions from 26 April, a special on Luciano Berio, the world première of Georg Friedich Haas’ Introduktion und Transsonation and a composer portrait of Georg Friedrich Haas.

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Newsletter: Cristóbal Halffter's new opera: Schachnovelle

Posted by Johannes Feigl on 05 April 2013

Newsletter HalffterFind our latest Newsletter here: a special on Cristóbal Halffter's forthcoming opera Schachnovelle.

Musikblätter - the new UE Newsletter

Posted on 25 May 2011

Musikblätter Issue 1If music be the food of love, read on ...

Our new newsletter, the Musikblätter, has just been released. The first issue has interviews with Pierre Boulez on his own music, Ingo Metzmacher talking about Schreker, Pablo Heras-Casado talking about Weill, Rihm on Schönberg, and a wealth of information about our composers, their works and their forthcoming projects and performances.

Read below with the snazzy online viewer (click for fullscreen), or download a PDF file.