‘The final song seemed to last both an eternity and no time at all’ - Reviewed at Royal Albert Hall, London on 1 August 2019
Here you can find our latest newsletter: Mahler's clearer Symphony no. 7; Rihm&Weill in Aix-en-Provence; Janáček's Glagolitic Mass and Walter Braunfels' The Birds in Erl
Here you can find our latest newsletter! The new version of Mahler's Symphony No. 4; Janáček's On an Overgrown Path; the world permiere of the Götterdämmerung and the New Heartbeat of Music
Here you can find our new newsletter! King Roger in Graz; Fitzcarraldo Trilogy; Im Sommerwind - new, reduced; Das Schloss Dürande - staged.
Incredible soundscapes with the world’s foremost Pärt interpreter, Tõnu Kaljuste.
We congratulate our author Axel Petri-Preis on his success and look forward to another award.
Arvo Pärt’s Prayer receives its world première in Estonia on September 7.
Arvo Pärt’s Swansong for Orchestra will receive its Australian première on 22 June.
Music theatre by Arvo Pärt and Robert Wilson at the Konzerthaus Berlin.
Arvo Pärt’s composition And I heard a voice … will receive its world première on 18 February.
Bachtrack released the charts about 2017 performance statistics.
On 18 November, Pope Francis presented Arvo Pärt with the Ratzinger Prize in the Vatican. This marks the first time that a composer received the Ratzinger Prize.
It’s been forty years to the day since the monumental world première of Arvo Pärt’s Tabula rasa by violinists Tatjana Grindenko and Gidon Kremer, Alfred Schnittke on the piano and the Estonian Chamber Orchestra under Eri Klas.
On 26 August, Zoltán Rácz and the Concerto Budapest present the Hungarian première of Greater Antiphons at the Arcus Temporum festival in Pannonhalma.
Arvo Pärt’s Berliner Messe, Magnificat and Da Pacem Domine will be performed on 28 July together with works by Johann Sebastian Bach at this year’s Reykholt Festival.
Arvo Pärt is featured composer of this year’s London International A Cappella Choral Competition (LIACCC), which runs from 25 June until 1 July. This year 16 choirs from 11 countries will be competing.
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