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In the latest issue of the MusikSalon we focus on the new opera by Austrian composer Georg Friedrich Haas and on violin concertos from the UE catalogue.
Friedrich Cerha celebrates his 90th birthday on 17 February. His friends and companions congratulate him on his birthday.
The Finnish première of Friedrich Cerha’s Concerto for Violoncello and Orchestra takes place on 3 February. Susanna Mälkki conducts the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra.
The world premières of Friedrich Cerha’s Tagebuch and of his 3 Orchesterstücke take place in February 2014.
Universal Edition would like to draw your attention to our newly released annotated catalogue, which is available for download now.
Friedrich Cerha has “carte blanche” at the Orquesta Nacional de España between 2 and 12 April 2013. The orchestra will perform 11 pieces within ten days at the Auditorio Nacional de Música in Madrid.
Salzburg’s new Festival Director Alexander Pereira opens the festival with a new “Ouverture spirituelle”.
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.
The Aspekte Festival in Salzburg celebrates its 35th anniversary this year (9–13 May).
On 11 February Friedrich Cerha’s latest work, 2 Szenen (2 scenes) for seven voices, will receive its world première at the ECLAT Festival in Stuttgart.
Friedrich Cerha is the recipient of the 2012 international Ernst von Siemens Music Prize. We are especially delighted that a Composer’s Prize will be awarded to fellow UE-composer Luke Bedford.
On 20 November Friedrich Cerha’s Like a Tragicomedy will receive its Austrian premiere during the Wien Modern Festival.
On 29 Oct the new piano piece For Marino by Friedrich Cerha will recieve its world première during the Wien Modern festival.
From 28 October to 25 November, Vienna is once again the centre of contemporary music. Austria and Britain are the focus of this year’s festival.
Friedrich Cerha's new work Paraphrase über den Anfang der 9. Symphonie von Beethoven will be given its world première on 6 Oct. Riccardo Chailly conducts the Gewandhausorchester.
Friedrich Cerha’s opera Baal opens in a new production at the Neue Oper in Vienna
Gustav Mahler, whose anniversaries have been the centre of attention all this year, is also the highlight of this year’s Salzburg Festival.
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.
On 17 February 2011 Cerha celebrates his 85th birthday, and a number of events are paying tribute to the composer and conductor.