Johannes Maria Staud’s new opera Die Antilope will be premièred on 3 September at the Lucerne Festival (libretto: Durs Grünbein).
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7 works by Wolfgang Rihm will be performed at this year’s Musikfest Berlin (2 until 22 September).
Almost 20 works from the UE catalogue will be performed at this year’s Lucerne Festival (15 August until 14 September).
The 47th Darmstadt International Summer Courses for New Music take place from 2 to 16 August.
One world première and two Austrian premières by Wolfgang Rihm will be presented at this year’s Salzburg Festival (18 July to 31 August).
Children’s versions of La Cenerentola and The Abduction from the Seraglio will be performed in Salzburg.
Ernst Krenek’s tragic opera Der Diktator and Erik Satie’s Geneviève de Brabant will be performed at the Staatstheater Kassel in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Theater-Jugendorchester.
Well-known jazz standards, blues and spirituals arranged for the intermediate-level pianist to play and enjoy.
New productions of Kurt Weill’s Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny première this month in Berlin and Dublin.
Wolfgang Rihm’s Harzreise im Winter will be premièred at this year’s Mozartfest Würzburg by Christian Gerhaher and Gerold Huber.
Jay Schwartz’s M and Johannes Maria Staud’s Caldera (für Tony Cragg) will be performed for the first time in the US on 29 May.
10 moderate-level original duets that all violinists should have in their cases – and not only when they are on the road!
In the seventh issue of the Musikblätter, Universal Edition looks back on 100 years in Vienna’s Musikverein.
The Barbican Centre honours Harrison Birtwistle with several events, Punch and Judy will be performed in Vienna, Gawain will be rereleased and a Conversation Diary will be published.
The world première of David Fennessy’s Letter to Michael takes place at the 60th Cork International Choral Festival.
New modern studies for solo flute complementing James Rae’s established favourite ‘40 Modern Studies’.
Our new catalogue presents eight exciting opera stories, specially attuned to inquisitive youthful ears.