David Pountney’s production of Janáček’s From the House of the Dead will be premièred on 23 July at the Savonlinna Opera Festival in a new staging by Caroline Gleggs.
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Are you ready to play some Igudesman & Joo yourself? The time has finally arrived where you can cause musical mayhem and play "A Little Nightmare Music".
The Maltese première of Arvo Pärt’s Greater Antiphons takes place on 14 July at the Malta International Arts Festival.
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Emmanuel Pahud presents Charles-Marie Widor 'Suite Florentine' for violin and piano arranged for flute and piano by Rien de Reede edited and revised by Emmanuel Pahud.
Jakub Hrůša conducts a critically acclaimed Cunning Little Vixen at the Glyndebourne Festival.
On 10 June Rani Calderon conducts the French première of Kurt Weill’s Royal Palace.
On 7 and 9 June Mojca Erdmann sings Proserpina in Wolfgang Rihm’s monodrama of the same name.
5 Pianists playing one piano will surely receive smiles and a hearty response from the audience making these pieces an ideal choice for musical get-togethers including concerts.
The “Mozart & Pärt” festival takes place from 19 to 29 May in Los Angeles.
Aleksey Igudesman presents the sheet music of his amazing violin concert pieces for high-flyers from his show 'Fasten Seatbelts'.
Choral music from Renaissance and Romantic eras arranged for four flutes - ideal for group teaching. Contains nine pieces featuring music by Gastoldi, Lechner, Widmann, Schumann, Brahms, Reger and Kodaly.
Very easy arrangements of well-known works as 'The Blue Danube' or 'Sur le pont d'Avignon' for various instrumentations for the first experiences of ensemble playing.
The Eight Bridges | Music for Cologne festival takes place from 30 April to 10 May 2016 and features world premières by Jay Schwartz and Johannes Maria Staud.
On 29 April, Georg Friedrich Haas’ opera Morgen und Abend will have its German première at the Deutsche Oper Berlin.
Come and see Universal Edition and Wiener Urtext Edition in Hall 8.0, Stand E42
Spirited dances by J. S. Bach in stylish arrangements for an enjoyable venture into the world of Baroque music - suitable for students of all ages at intermediate-level and beyond.
On 8 April soprano Lisa Larsson sings the Dutch première of Alban Berg’s complete 10 Early Songs.
Thoughtfully crafted arrangements of Bartóks traditional character pieces 'Romanian Folk Dances' enhanced with a touch of contemporary playing technique by Gergely Ittzés.