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The scenic world première of Schönberg’s Gurre-Lieder at the Dutch National Opera was welcomed with rave reviews.
Universal Edition would like to draw your attention to our newly released annotated catalogue, which is available for download now.
An introduction to one of the benchmarks of modern music.
Philippe Jordan talks about the new edition of Arnold Schönberg's Chamber Symphony No. 1 in its 1914 orchestral version.
100 years after its world première, Pierrot lunaire will be performed all over the world.
On 5 March Yoel Gamzou conducts the first performance of Arnold Schönberg's Drei Klavierstücke op. 11 in the version for chamber orchestra arranged by Richard Dünser.
Apart from Arnold Schönberg’s original orchestration of Pelleas and Melisande, UE also publishes a reduced version by Erwin Stein. We have recently released a version for chamber orchestra by Cliff Colnot (2008).
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.
In the new issue of our new newsletter Musikblätter, Wolfgang Rihm talks about Schönberg’s Variations Op. 31.
The new version by Klaus Simon of the songs 3, 4 and 6 completes the cycle and expands the Schönbergian ensemble with the horn and bassoon. The work can be heard in Zurich on 28 March with the Collegium Novum Zurich.
New York City Opera presents the US professional stage première of Morton Feldman’s inimitable monodrama Neither, featuring soprano Cyndia Sieden, on 25 March.
An insight into Schönberg's creativity as an artist!