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Jürg Henneberger conducts Haas' chamber opera Nacht on 16 Sep with the Ensemble DIAGONAL in Lucerne. Stage direction is by Desirée Meiser.
Georg Friedrich Haas' String Quartet No. 7 will be given its world première by the Arditti Quartet at the Lucerne Festival (10 Sept).
On 9 and 10 Sept Arvo Pärt's three new orchestra versions of Beatus Petronius, Statuit ei Dominus and Salve Regina will be given their world première at the MITO SettembreMusica Festival.
The world première of Mauricio Sotelo's Cuerpos robados for violin, declaimer and orchestra is on 8 Sept during the Klangspuren Festival in Schwaz, performed by the Tyrol Symphony Orchestra Innsbruck.
Apart from Arnold Schönberg’s original orchestration of Pelleas and Melisande, UE also publishes a reduced version by Erwin Stein. We have recently released a version for chamber orchestra by Cliff Colnot (2008).
Wolfgang Rihm’s Verwandlung III for orchestra and his Lichtes Spiel for violin and orchestra can be heard at the music festivals in Grafenegg and Lucerne this summer.
Every year, the Suntory Hall in Tokyo commissions a new orchestral work from a leading composer. This year’s featured composer is Julian Yu.
Our new edition for a great start as a saxophone soloist, also with accompaniment and ensemble parts.
One of the most interesting new editions in our spring collection is Mike Cornick’s Play the Piano!, a complete step-by-step guide for adult beginners.
The BBC Proms started last week and once again include a wealth of UE works in the many concerts.
Gustav Mahler, whose anniversaries have been the centre of attention all this year, is also the highlight of this year’s Salzburg Festival.
On 24 July Ernst Krenek’s one act opera Das geheime Königreich (The Secret Kingdom) will receive its Italien première at the Festival della Valle d’Itria.
24 selected studies cover the spectrum from study to concert repertoire and serve as a valuable introduction to the technical finesse of flute performance.
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 two new valuable additions.
On 9 July the reduced version of Alban Berg’s Violin Concerto will be given its French première as part of the Festival D’aujourd’hui à demain in Cluny.
Wolfgang Rihm’s Eine Strasse, Lucile “a scene for soprano and orchestra” (after Georg Büchner’s “Dantons Tod”) will receive its world première on 9 July in Karlsruhe.
On 4 July Arvo Pärt performed his Vater unser (Our Father) for Pope Benedict XVI at a ceremony in the Vatican
Mauricio Sotelo’s latest composition, Muerte sin fin, will receive its world première in Spain on 29 June as part of the renowned Suma Flamenca Festival.
On 24 June Victoria Borisova-Ollas' work for orchestra Angelus will recieve its UK première in Glasgow with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra under Andrew Manze.
On 22 June Rihm’s new work for orchestra – Nähe fern 1, ‘answers to Brahms’ – will be heard for the first time. James Gaffigan conducts the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra.