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On 24 July Ernst Krenek’s one act opera Das geheime Königreich (The Secret Kingdom) will receive its Italien première at the Festival della Valle d’Itria.
24 selected studies cover the spectrum from study to concert repertoire and serve as a valuable introduction to the technical finesse of flute performance.
With his “Musik für Gitarre” series, Karl Scheit played an important role in the development of guitar tuition. Our New Karl Scheit Series has now been expanded with two new valuable additions.
On 9 July the reduced version of Alban Berg’s Violin Concerto will be given its French première as part of the Festival D’aujourd’hui à demain in Cluny.
Wolfgang Rihm’s Eine Strasse, Lucile “a scene for soprano and orchestra” (after Georg Büchner’s “Dantons Tod”) will receive its world première on 9 July in Karlsruhe.
On 4 July Arvo Pärt performed his Vater unser (Our Father) for Pope Benedict XVI at a ceremony in the Vatican
Mauricio Sotelo’s latest composition, Muerte sin fin, will receive its world première in Spain on 29 June as part of the renowned Suma Flamenca Festival.
On 24 June Victoria Borisova-Ollas' work for orchestra Angelus will recieve its UK première in Glasgow with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under Andrew Manze.
On 22 June Rihm’s new work for orchestra – Nähe fern 1, ‘answers to Brahms’ – will be heard for the first time. James Gaffigan conducts the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra.
This is the long-awaited first opera from Luke Bedford, one of the UK’s leading young composers. The world première of Seven Angels takes place on 17 June 2011 at the CBSO Centre Birmingham.
From 8 until 22 June Wolfgang Rihm’s opera fantasy Dionysos comes to Amsterdam in the Dutch première of the work. Ingo Metzmacher conducts the Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest in a production by Pierre Audi.
The German première of Eberhard Kloke's new version of Lulu will be given at Erfurt Theatre on 13 June in a production by Saskia Kuhlmann.
On 11 June the world première of Friedrich Cerha’s Four Paraphrases for oboe, cello and piano will take place at the Ittinger Whitsun Festival.
Johannes Maria Staud has written a solo piece entitled Celluloid for Joachim Hans, the solo bassoonist of the Sächsische Staatskapelle. World première: 7 June in Dresden.
On 4 June Georg Friedrich Haas’ new work for chamber orchestra "chants oubliés" will be given its world première by the Munich Chamber Orchestra conducted by Alexander Liebreich.
On 2 June the Vilnius Festival 2011 presents the world première of Vykintas Baltakas' Commentum for cello and piano.
We are proud to announce that the documents left by Arnold Schönberg, including manuscripts of his writing and compositions, have been included in the UNESCO Memory of the World Register.
This new edition for cello and piano contains not only 10 well-known songs from Weill’s stage works, but also a CD with an optional accompaniment track.
Now available: our new collection of nine easy to intermediate piano pieces by Franz Liszt.
Here is the first edition of the Musikblätter, which is to be published bi-annually. With this, we hope to pursue an ambitious goal: to continue the tradition of the Musikblätter des Anbruch, founded by Universal Edition in the early 20th century.