The music publisher Universal Edition, which was founded in 1901 in Vienna as a publisher of classic instructional literature, developed rapidly within a few short years following its establishment into a future-oriented publishing house serving many of contemporary musical life's most creative talents.
Rihm's ‘Über die Linie VIII’, his chamber opera ‘Jakob Lenz’, Mahler's ‘The Song of the Earth’ and Weill's ‘Rise and Fall of the City of...Read more
Together with the Alma-Mahler-Kammerorchester, arranger Klaus Simon realises another Mahler version with a completely new experienceRead more
Janáček wrote his ‘Glagolitic Mass’ in just two and a half months, and it became one of the most important mass compositions.Read more
The opera that led Walter Braunfels to success during his lifetime can now be witnessed with a new production.Read more