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On 8 April the Miller Theatre at Columbia University dedicates a composer portrait to Johannes Maria Staud.
The German première of Johannes Maria Staud’s opera Die Antilope (libretto: Durs Grünbein) takes place on 5 March.
The Mozart Week 2017 runs from 26 January until 5 February in Salzburg.
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.
The Orchestre National de Belgique premières Johannes Maria Staud’s Moment, Leute, Moment! on 1 March.
A world première by Johannes Maria Staud and an Austrian première by Georg Friedrich Haas can be experienced at the musikprotokoll (9 until 12 October).
Johannes Maria Staud’s new opera Die Antilope will be premièred on 3 September at the Lucerne Festival (libretto: Durs Grünbein).
Almost 20 works from the UE catalogue will be performed at this year’s Lucerne Festival (15 August until 14 September).
Jay Schwartz’s M and Johannes Maria Staud’s Caldera (für Tony Cragg) will be performed for the first time in the US on 29 May.
Peter Kolman’s 3 Essays will be premièred at the Melos-Ethos Festival 2013 (8 to 14 November) in Bratislava.
Two works from the Universal Edition catalogue will be premièred at this year’s Wien Modern Festival (24 October to 15 November).
On 20 September and 13 October, Peter Burwik and the ensemble xx. jahrhundert present a unique cross-section of Johannes Maria Staud’s oeuvre.
The Klangspuren Festival (12–28 September) celebrates its 20th anniversary, this year’s thematic focus: “New Music and the Romantic Legacy“.
The city of Vienna honours the composer, born in 1974 in Innsbruck, with the prize for music.
On 13 September the Klangspuren opening concert in Schwaz features works of two UE composers, Georg Friedrich Haas and Johannes Maria Staud.
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.
Salzburg’s new Festival Director Alexander Pereira opens the festival with a new “Ouverture spirituelle”.
As part of the Manifeste Festival in Paris, Le Voyage, the new work by Johannes Maria Staud, will be premiered on 2 June by soloists from the Ensemble Intercontemporain and the vocal ensemble Les Cris de Paris.
On 21 March Tableaux vivants – a joint project by Johannes Maria Staud, Anne Juren and Roland Rauschmeier – will receive its first performance in France.
On 9 Feb this year Johannes Maria Staud’s new work Maniai (ancient Greek goddesses of revenge) will be presented by the RSO Munich under Mariss Jansons.