John Fulljames’ new production of Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny premières at the ROH.
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The Staatsoper im Schiller Theater celebrates Alban Berg’s 130th birthday.
The Orchestre National de Belgique premières Johannes Maria Staud’s Moment, Leute, Moment! on 1 March.
This March, we’re launching a brand new digital music magazine called MusikSalon. Watch our trailer here.
Georg Friedrich Haas’ I can’t breathe | in memoriam Eric Garner for trumpet solo will be premièred by Marco Blaauw on 8 February in Cologne.
Florian Lutz’ new production of Manfred Gurlitt’s Soldaten was successfully premièred at the Theater Osnabrück on 15 January.
Young instrumentalists have here, right from their early stages, a treasure trove of musical possibilities.
Klaus Simon conducts the Holst-Sinfonietta on 25 November at the E-Werk in Freiburg.
Jiří Zahrádka’s critical new edition of The Makropulos Case will be premièred at the fourth Janáček Brno Festival.
Aleksey Igudesman presents twelve contrasting pieces – each inspired by the star signs.
Wolfgang Rihm’s Jakob Lenz – with a terrific Georg Nigl in the title role – offers a “perfect evening” at the opera.
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).
Linda Keprtová’s new production of Foerster’s Eva premières on 26 September in Liberec.
This newest addition to the series brings us some of the most well-known and unique sounds of the Caribbean. Incl. Yellow Bird, Jamaica Farewell, Mango Walk, Linstead Market and more.
Juan de Dios Magdaleno is the winner of the Ö1 Talentebörse composition prize 2014.
To honour the composer in his 80th year of life, Universal Edition will be collecting performance dates, reviews, CD releases and more on a dedicated blog.
The scenic world première of Schönberg’s Gurre-Lieder at the Dutch National Opera was welcomed with rave reviews.
Morton Feldman’s Neither will be performed several times at this year’s Ruhrtriennale.