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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.
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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.
Georg Friedrich Haas is the winner of the 2013 Salzburg Music Prize – International Composition Prize, awarded for the fourth time.
From birdsong in March to sleigh rides in December – expressive pieces to stimulate and inspire.
A feast of rousing traditional Klezmer pieces and more are presented here for saxophonists.
Alexander Krampe knows how children’s ears listen. His successful children’s version of The Cunning Little Vixen is now joined by The Magic Flute at the Salzburg Festival.
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.
David Fennessy's latest work 5 Hofer Photographs for violoncello solo will receive its world première on 22 July.
Salzburg’s new Festival Director Alexander Pereira opens the festival with a new “Ouverture spirituelle”.
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