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19 Oct
Friday, 19.10.2018

Kurt Weill: The Threepenny Opera | 1928

Subtitle:
Play with music
Location:
Playhouse, Oxford (GB)
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Gottfried von Einem: Dantons Tod | 1944/1946

Subtitle:
Opera in two acts
Location:
Gärtnerplatztheater, München (DE)
Stage Director:
Günter Krämer
Orchestra:
Orchester des Staatstheaters am Gärtnerplatz
Conductor:
Anthony Bramall
Choir:
Chor des Staatstheaters am Gärtnerplatz
Main soloists:
Georg Danton, Mathias Hausmann und Matija Meic; Camille Desmoulins, Alexandros Tsilogiannis; Hérault de Séchelles, Juan Carlos Falcón; Robespierre, 1. Henker, 2. Herr, Daniel Prohaska; Saint-Just, 2. Henker, 1. Herr, Levente Páll / Holger Ohlmann; Herrman
Remarks:
Extrachor und Statisterie des Staatstheaters am Gärtnerplatz
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Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 2 | 1888-1894

Subtitle:
in 5 movements
Location:
Palau de la Música de Valencia, Valencia (ES)
Scored for:
for soli, mixed choir and orchestra | 80’
Orchestra:
Orquesta de Valencia
Conductor:
Ramon Tebar
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Leoš Janáček: Jenufa, her Stepdaughter | 1894-1903/1908

Subtitle:
Opera in 3 acts from Moravian peasant life
Location:
Greek National Opera, Athen (GR)
Stage Director:
Nicola Raab
Orchestra:
Greek National Opera Orchestra
Conductor:
Lucas Karytinos
Choir:
Greek National Opera Chorus
Main soloists:
Grandmother Buryjovka, Markella Hatziano; Laca Klemen, Frank van Aken; Steva Buryja, Dimitris Paksoglou; Kostelnicka Buryjovka, Julia Souglakou; Jenufa, Maria Mitsopoulou; Foreman at the Mill, Yannis Yannisis; Mayor, Dimitris Kassioumis; The Mayor's Wife,
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Alban Berg: Wozzeck | 1917-1922

Subtitle:
Opera in 3 acts (15 scenes)
Location:
Deutsche Oper Berlin, Berlin (DE)
Stage Director:
Ole Anders Tandberg
Orchestra:
Orchester der Deutschen Oper Berlin
Conductor:
Donald Runnicles
Choir:
Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin
Main soloists:
Wozzeck (Johan Reuter), Tambourmajor (Thomas Blondelle), Andres (Matthew Newlin), Hauptmann (Burkhard Ulrich), Doktor (Seth Carico), Der Narr (Andrew Dickinson), Marie (Elena Zhidkova), Margret (Annika Schlicht)
Remarks:
Weiterer Chor: Kinderchor der Deutschen Oper Berlin
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Gustav Mahler: Titan | 1884-1888/1896

Subtitle:
in five movements
Location:
Soissons (FR)
Orchestra:
Les Siecles
Conductor:
François-Xavier Roth

Gustav Mahler: Totenfeier | 1888

Subtitle:
Symphonic poem
Location:
Soissons (FR)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 20’
Orchestra:
Les Siecles
Conductor:
François-Xavier Roth

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 1 | 1884-1888/1896

Subtitle:
in 4 movements
Location:
NHK Hall, Tokyo (JP)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 50’
Orchestra:
NHK SO
Conductor:
Herbert Blomstedt
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Luciano Berio: Rendering | 1990 (Arranger: Luciano Berio)

Location:
Cáceres (ES)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 35’
Orchestra:
Orquesta de Extremadura
Conductor:
Álvaro Albiach

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 1 | 1884-1888/1896

Subtitle:
in 4 movements
Location:
Stadthalle, Göttingen (DE)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 50’
Orchestra:
Göttinger SO
Conductor:
Nicholas Milton
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Arvo Pärt: Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten | 1977/1980

Location:
Metz (FR)
Scored for:
for string orchestra and bell | 6’
Orchestra:
Orchestre National de Lorraine
Conductor:
David Reiland

Leoš Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen | 1922-1923

Subtitle:
Opera in 3 acts
Location:
Theater Ulm, Ulm (DE)
Stage Director:
Kay Metzger
Orchestra:
Theaterorchester
Conductor:
Timo Handschuh
Main soloists:
Der Förster, Dae-Hee Shin; Förstersfrau/Eule, Eleonora Halbert; Harasta, Christoph Stephinger; Schulmeister/Mücke, Markus Francke; Pfarrer/Dachs, Martin Gäbler; Pásek, J. Emanuel Pichler; Pásková/Schopfhenne, Evelyn Manja; Das Füchslein, Maria Rosendorfsk
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Leoš Janáček: Jenufa, her Stepdaughter | 1894-1903/1908

Subtitle:
Opera in 3 acts from Moravian peasant life
Location:
Nationaltheater, Prag (CZ)
Stage Director:
Jirí Nekvasil
Orchestra:
Orchester des Nationaltheaters
Conductor:
Jaroslav Kyzlink
Choir:
Chor des Nationaltheaters
Main soloists:
Laca Klemen, Peter Berger / Jaroslav Brezina; Števa Buryja, Tomáš Juhás; Kostelnicka Buryjovka, Eva Urbanová / Eliška Weissová; Jenufa, Alžbeta Polácková; Stárek, Ivan Kusnjer, Rychtár, Ludek Vele; Rychtárka, Jitka Svobodová / Eliška Weissová etc.
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Béla Bartók: Romanian Folk Dances | 1917

Location:
Opéra de Toulon, Toulon (AR)
Scored for:
for small orchestra | 6’
Orchestra:
L’Orchestre Symphonique de l’Opéra de Toulon
Conductor:
Gabor Takacs-Nagy
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Zoltán Kodály: Dances of Galánta | 1933

Location:
Opéra de Toulon, Toulon (FR)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 13’
Orchestra:
L’Orchestre Symphonique de l’Opéra de Toulon
Conductor:
Gabor Takacs-Nagy
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Kurt Weill: The Threepenny Opera | 1928

Subtitle:
Play with music
Location:
Staatstheater Darmstadt, Darmstadt (DE)
Stage Director:
Philip Tiedemann
Choreographer:
Sabine Winbeck
Orchestra:
Orchester des Staatstheaters Darmstadt
Conductor:
Michael Nündel
Main soloists:
Macheath, Martin Bruchmann; Jonathan Jeremiah Peachum, Hubert Schlemmer; Celia Peachum, Katharina Abt; Polly Peachum, Louisa von Spies; Tiger-Brown, Béla Milan Uhrlau; Lucy Brown, Yana Robin la Baume; Die Spelunken-Jenny, Anna Böger etc.
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Béla Bartók: The Miraculous Mandarin | 1919/1927

Location:
Groningen (NL)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 21’
Orchestra:
Noord Nederlands Orkest
Conductor:
Michel Tabachnik

Arnold Schönberg: Gurre-Lieder | 1900-1911

Location:
Sala Sinfónica, Madrid (ES)
Scored for:
for soli, choir and orchestra | 130’
Orchestra:
Orquesta Nacional de Espana
Conductor:
David Afkham
Choir:
Coro Nacional de Espana
Main soloists:
Thomas Quasthoff, Narr; Juliane Banse, S; Karen Cargill, MS; Barry Banks & Simon O'Neill, T; Wilhelm Schwinghammer, B
Remarks:
+Coro de la Comunidad de Madrid
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Luciano Berio: Sinfonia | 1968

Location:
Rudolfinum, Prag (CZ)
Scored for:
for 8 voices and orchestra | 35’
Orchestra:
Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor:
Semyon Bychkov

Gustav Mahler: Titan | 1884-1888/1896

Subtitle:
in five movements
Location:
Le Volcan, Le Havre (FR)
Orchestra:
Les Dissonances
Conductor:
David Grimal
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Anton Webern: Passacaglia | 1908

Location:
Le Volcan, Le Havre (FR)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 12’
Orchestra:
Les Dissonances
Conductor:
David Grimal
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Anton Webern: Variationen | 1940-1941

Territorial première
Location:
Goiânia (BR)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 8’
Orchestra:
Orquestra Filarmônica de Goiás
Conductor:
William Kunhardt
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20 Oct
Saturday, 20.10.2018

Kurt Weill: The Threepenny Opera | 1928

Subtitle:
Play with music
Location:
Playhouse, Oxford (GB)
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Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 2 | 1888-1894

Subtitle:
in 5 movements
Location:
Palau de la Música de Valencia, Valencia (ES)
Scored for:
for soli, mixed choir and orchestra | 80’
Orchestra:
Orquesta de Valencia
Conductor:
Ramon Tebar
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Leoš Janáček: Jenufa, her Stepdaughter | 1894-1903/1908

Subtitle:
Opera in 3 acts from Moravian peasant life
Location:
Dutch national opera, Amsterdam (NL)
Stage Director:
Katie Mitchell
Orchestra:
Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest
Conductor:
Tomáš Netopil
Choir:
Chorus of Dutch National Opera
Main soloists:
Starenka Buryjovka (Hanna Schwarz), Laca Klemen (Pavel Cernoch), Števa Buryja (Norman Reinhardt), Kostelnicka Buryjovka (Evelyn Herlitzius), Jenufa (Annette Dasch), Stárek (Henry Waddington), Rychtár (Jeremy White), Rychtárka (Francis van Broekhuizen), Ka
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Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 1 | 1884-1888/1896

Subtitle:
in 4 movements
Location:
NHK Hall, Tokyo (JP)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 50’
Orchestra:
NHK SO
Conductor:
Herbert Blomstedt
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Kurt Weill: The Silverlake | 1932-1933

Subtitle:
A Winter's Tale in three acts
Location:
Großes Haus, Pforzheim (DE)
Stage Director:
Thomas Münstermann
Orchestra:
Badische Philharmonie Pforzheim
Conductor:
Florian Erdl
Choir:
Chor des Theaters Pforzheim
Main soloists:
Olim, ein Landjäger, Tomas Möwes; Severin, Philipp Werner; Frau von Luber, Lilian Huynen; Fennimore, Stamatia Gerothanasi; Baron Laur, Klaus Geber; Der dicke Landjäger, Lars Fabian; Arzt, Lars Fabian etc.
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Mauricio Kagel: Acustica | 1968/1970

Location:
Sala Verdi, Torino (IT)
Scored for:
for experimental sound generators and loudspeaker
Orchestra:
Orchestra del Conservatorio

Arvo Pärt: Adam's Lament | 2009

Location:
Grande Salle Pierre Boulez, Paris (FR)
Scored for:
for mixed choir and string orchestra | 24’
Orchestra:
Tallinn Chamber Orchestra
Conductor:
Tõnu Kaljuste
Choir:
Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
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Arvo Pärt: Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten | 1977/1980

Location:
Grande Salle Pierre Boulez, Paris (FR)
Scored for:
for string orchestra and bell | 6’
Orchestra:
Tallinn Chamber Orchestra
Conductor:
Tõnu Kaljuste
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Arvo Pärt: Fratres | 1977/1992

Location:
Grande Salle Pierre Boulez, Paris (FR)
Scored for:
for violin, string orchestra and percussion | 11’
Orchestra:
Tallinn Chamber Orchestra
Conductor:
Tõnu Kaljuste
Main soloists:
Harry Traksmann, Vln
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Arvo Pärt: Salve Regina | 2001/2011

Location:
Grande Salle Pierre Boulez, Paris (FR)
Scored for:
for choir (SATB), celesta and string orchestra | 12’
Orchestra:
Tallinn Chamber Orchestra
Conductor:
Tõnu Kaljuste
Choir:
Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
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Arvo Pärt: Te Deum | 1984-1985/1992

Location:
Grande Salle Pierre Boulez, Paris (FR)
Scored for:
for 3 choirs, prepared piano, string orchestra and tape | 30’
Orchestra:
Tallinn Chamber Orchestra
Conductor:
Tõnu Kaljuste
Choir:
Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
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Darius Milhaud: 5 Symphonien

Location:
Watford Collosseum, Watford (GB)
Scored for:
for small orchestra | 22’
Orchestra:
BBC Concert Orchestra
Conductor:
Bramwell Tovey
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Franz Schreker: Die Gezeichneten | 1911/1913–1915

Subtitle:
Opera in 3 acts
Location:
Opernhaus, Zürich (CH)
Stage Director:
Barrie Kosky
Orchestra:
Philharmonia Zürich
Conductor:
Jurowski / Giedre Šlekyte Vladimir
Choir:
Chor der Oper Zürich
Main soloists:
Herzog Antoniotto Adorno/ Der Capitaneo di giustizia, Christopher Purves; Graf Andrae Vitelozzo Tamare, Thomas Johannes Mayer; Lodovico Nardi, Albert Pesendorfer; Carlotta Nardi, Catherine Naglestad; Alviano Salvago, John Daszak; Guidobald Usodimare, Paul
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Gustav Mahler: Adagio from Symphony No. 10 | 1910

Location:
Casa da Música, Porto (PT)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 22’
Orchestra:
Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música
Conductor:
Olari Elts
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Gustav Mahler: Totenfeier | 1888

Subtitle:
Symphonic poem
Location:
Casa da Música, Porto (PT)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 20’
Orchestra:
Orquestra Sinfónica do Porto Casa da Música
Conductor:
Olari Elts
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Karol Szymanowski: Concerto No. 1 | 1916

Location:
Konserthuset, Stockholm (SE)
Scored for:
for violin and orchestra | 24’
Orchestra:
Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor:
Karina Canellakis
Main soloists:
Nicola Benedetti, Vln
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Béla Bartók: The Miraculous Mandarin | 1919/1927

Location:
Drachten (NL)
Scored for:
for orchestra | 21’
Orchestra:
Noord Nederlands Orkest
Conductor:
Michel Tabachnik

Arnold Schönberg: Gurre-Lieder | 1900-1911

Location:
Sala Sinfónica, Madrid (ES)
Scored for:
for soli, choir and orchestra | 130’
Orchestra:
Orquesta Nacional de Espana
Conductor:
David Afkham
Choir:
Coro Nacional de Espana
Main soloists:
Thomas Quasthoff, Narr; Juliane Banse, S; Karen Cargill, MS; Barry Banks & Simon O'Neill, T; Wilhelm Schwinghammer, B
Remarks:
+Coro de la Comunidad de Madrid
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