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Ideal material for beginner ensembles, be it for four, forty or four hundred players!
We report with sadness the passing of Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, who has died in New York aged 76.
Philippe Jordan talks about the new edition of Arnold Schönberg's Chamber Symphony No. 1 in its 1914 orchestral version.
Enjoy the Christmas season and spend a few cosy hours with loved ones. What better time to go into the musical toy box!
The internationally acclaimed flautist, Emmanuel Pahud, presents favourite repertoire from famous flautists.
Debussy's famous tone poem in a separate edition - includes the eponymous poem by Paul Verlaine.
Here is the fourth issue of our Musikblätter magazine, with in-depth articles on Luciano Berio, Morton Feldman and Jay Schwartz.
More to play for solo saxophone at every level and in a variety of styles – complementing the well-known 20 Modern Studies.
For child-friendly solo or group learning with CD and with free download options for pupils and teachers!
The city of Vienna honours the composer, born in 1974 in Innsbruck, with the prize for music.
The UE is strongly represented at Wien Modern.
100 years after its world première, Pierrot lunaire will be performed all over the world.
Francis Burt died on 3 October 2012 at the age of 86.
On 4 October the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement will be awarded to Pierre Boulez during the 56th Biennale.
Discover the whole world of Tango
On 13 September the Klangspuren opening concert in Schwaz features works of two UE composers, Georg Friedrich Haas and Johannes Maria Staud.
On 8 September Jay Schwartz’ new work Music for Voice and Piano will be presented in Frankfurt.
The Nederlandse Opera, Amsterdam, is giving a new production of Franz Schreker's opera Der Schatzgräber (“The Treasure-Seeker“), directed by Ivo van Hove. Première is on 1 September 2012.
The new orchestral work “… e finisci già?” by Georg Friedrich Haas will receive its world première on 25 August at the Salzburg Festival. Titus Engel conducts the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg.
Wolfgang Rihm has completed his Nähe fern cycle. Now the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, which commissioned the work, will be playing all four pieces in one concert.