col-legno’s 2003 CD with Christoph Prégardien and Siegfried Mauser, 3 Liederzyklen, is available again. The Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung celebrates the rerelease of this “brilliant recording”.
The CD contains:
Order online at col legno
Listen to an excerpt of Nature morte, from Ende der Handschrift
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The Dutch performances of Wolfgang Rihm’s new opera Dionysos have just come to an end, to much critical acclaim in the Netherlands.
The Netherlands Opera has published a video presenting the work, including interviews with Rihm and with stage director Pierre Audi.
Vykintas Baltakas’ (co)ro(na) is performed in Düsseldorf by the notabu.ensemble (15 June)
Ernst Krenek’s Das Geheime Königreich opens in Athens at the Greek National Opera.
The world première of Luke Bedford’s opera Seven Angels is on Friday 17 June.
The world première of Johannes Maria Staud’s Par ici is given by Ensemble intercontemporain, also on Friday.
Richard Rodney Bennett’s All the King’s Men can be heard in a new production in Cambridge on Saturday.
The list goes on … see all forthcoming concerts in our online performance calendar.
Our week of world premières continues, following yesterday’s new work by Vykintas Baltakas.
On Saturday, Georg Friedrich Haas’ new work for chamber orchestra, chants oubliés, is part of a portrait concert given by the Munich Chamber Orchestra, which is joined by Teodoro Anzelotti and Kelvin Hawthorne.
We’re still celebrating Schönberg’s estate being included in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register, so here’s another chance to hear Wolfgang Rihm talking (in German) about Schönberg’s Variations Op. 31.
Here are translated excerpts.
We've just published our new catalogue of works by Wolfgang Rihm.
Download a PDF file of the catalogue here
On the radio tonight, a recording from the recent Klavierfestival Ruhr, with tenor Taylan Memioglu and Dan Deutsch at the piano.
Read more at the WDR website.
The concert will be broadcast on Thursday 24th on Deutschlandradio Kultur.
Das Gehege is presented in an evening-length programme called Trilogie der Frauen* [Trilogy of Women], which includes Schönberg’s Erwartung and Oscar Strasnoy’s Le Bal.
* not to be confused with Rihm’s own trilogy Drei Frauen, which consists of Aria/Ariadne, Das Gehege and the Penthesliea Monolog.