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Georg Friedrich Haas is the winner of the 2013 Salzburg Music Prize – International Composition Prize, awarded for the fourth time.
From birdsong in March to sleigh rides in December – expressive pieces to stimulate and inspire.
A feast of rousing traditional Klezmer pieces and more are presented here for saxophonists.
Alexander Krampe knows how children’s ears listen. His successful children’s version of The Cunning Little Vixen is now joined by The Magic Flute at the Salzburg Festival.
Johannes Maria Staud's new work Infin che ’l mar fu sovra noi richiuso, receives its world première at the Salzburg Festival on 23 July.
David Fennessy's latest work 5 Hofer Photographs for violoncello solo will receive its world première on 22 July.
Salzburg’s new Festival Director Alexander Pereira opens the festival with a new “Ouverture spirituelle”.
An ideal introduction to the passionate world of tango – full of vitality, variety and fun!
As Vykintas Baltakas celebrates his 40th birthday, we take a look at some of his imaginative and creative works.
Wolfgang Rihm’s latest music theatre work Dionysos, which was premièred at the Salzburg Festival in 2010, will receive its German première on 8 July in Berlin.
It was hailed the “performance of the year” when Pierre Boulez and Patrice Chéreau unveiled their production of From the House of the Dead. We talked to them about the work.
Considered the foremost Janáček expert, John Tyrrell found himself confronted with complex issues when redacting From the House of the Dead.
Janáček’s opera Jenůfa was Janácek’s breakthrough to the international scene. Now the original 1904 Brno version is again available.
On 30 June Wolfgang Rihm's early work Pater noster for mixed choir a cappella will receive its world première in Passau. Hans-Christoph Rademann conducts the RIAS Chamber Choir.
Zwielicht, the new work by Jay Schwartz for mixed choir, three trombones and organ, will receive its world première with a choreography by Marco Santi on 27 June.
An interview with Friedrich Cerha, who will be awarded the Ernst von Siemens Music Prize in Munich on 22 June.
The Ernst von Siemens Music Foundation honours Friedrich Cerha with the Ernst von Siemens Music Prize. Cerha will receive the prestigious award at a musical ceremony in Munich on 22 June 2012.
At this year’s musica viva festival in Munich (15 June), Georg Friedrich Haas’ new work, “Ich suchte, aber ich fand ihn nicht” [I sought him, but I found him not], will be given its world première.
With the world première of the fourth part on 13 June Wolfgang Rihm has now concluded his Nähe fern cycle.
On 13 June Franz Schuberts work Three Pieces arranged for ensemble or chamber orchestra by Richard Dünser will receive its first performance. Matthias Schorn conducts the Theophil Ensemble Vienna.