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New series – Famous flautists select and present favourite pieces from their own repertoire.
Our new edition for a great start as a violin soloist, also with accompaniment and ensemble parts.
On 15 April Sakari Oramo presents the first performance of the Sechs Lieder op. 31 by Karol Szymanowski in the orchestra version.
On 28 March Francis Burt's latest composition Variationen eines alten Liedes for clarinet, viola, accordion and double bass can be heard at the Arnold Schönberg Center. Performers: Ensemble Wiener Collage.
Following the success of his reductions of Gustav Mahler’s Symphonies No. 1 and 4, Klaus Simon turned to the Symphony No. 9 and arranged it similarly. World première: 28 March.
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 17 March the Bavarian Radio Chorus (cond. Rupert Huber) will give the world première of a new work by Georg Friedrich Haas: Duchcov for mixed choir a cappella.
On 13 March Wolfgang Rihm celebrates his 60th birthday. The breadth of his output can be experienced at no less than three world premières this March.
Come and see UNIVERSAL EDITION and WIENER URTEXT EDITION in Hall 3.1, Stand C42
The latest addition to the series of 18th and early 19th century duet arrangements of Mozart’s operatic highlights.
An irresistible new collection of piano duets with CD in the popular “Tea for Two” series. Incl. The Pink Panther Theme, Bill Bailey and more.
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.
On 3 March, the Britten Sinfonia will give the world première of another new work by Bedford: Three Intermezzi for piano and string quartet.
On 29 February Wolfgang Rihm’s cycle Nähe fern (near far) continues in Lucerne. James Gaffigan conducts the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra.
On 25 February, Sound Icon presents the US première of Beat Furrer’s Narcissus-Fragement, alongside Nuun for 2 pianos and ensemble.
Luke Bedford's latest work for ensemble Wonderful Two-Headed Nightingale will receive its world première in Inverness on 17 February by the Scottish Ensemble. The soloists are Jonathan Morton and Lawrence Power.
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.
The expanded version of Anne Dudley's work Goldiepegs and the Three Cellos for narrator, violin, three cellos and string orchestra is now receiving its first performance in Padova.
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.
With his “Musik für Gitarre” series, Karl Scheit played an important role in the development of guitar tuition. Our New Karl Scheit Series has now been expanded with another new valuable addition.