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Our current newsletter is out now! Tango in Italy; Staud in Japan; Two Janáček novelties; Die Gezeichneten in Zürich.
Franz Schreker's opera premieres at Zürich Opera House under Vladimir Jurowski and Giedrė Šlekytė on September 23.
Our latest newsletter is out now! Lulu in Chile; Orchestral version of Pierrot lunaire; World première of Arvo Pärt.
The TIME SPANS Festival and JACK Quartet present the US première of Georg Friedrich Haas‘ String Quartet No. 7 in New York on 18 August.
Our current newsletter is out now! Universal Edition at the BBC Proms and at the Salzburg Festival.
The second series of Bartók‘s “Romanian Christmas Carols“ arranged for saxophone quartet.
A new production of Bluebeard’s Castle by Béla Bartók in Brussels.
Bluebeard’s Castle by Béla Bartók is currently being performed at the Opéra national de Paris.
The reduced version of Béla Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra premières on 5 March at the Musikverein in Vienna.
A 20th century masterpiece now available for guitar: Christophe Dejour presents his arrangement of Béla Bartók’s Solo Sonata for Violin (Sz. 117).
For this edition, musician and pedagogue Siegfried Steinkogler turned Bartók’s piano collection “For Children“ into pieces for guitar duo that are an enrichment for any guitar lesson!
Roland Freisitzer’s reduced version of Bartók’s The Miraculous Mandarin premières on 16 October at the Musikverein.
Tonight François-Xavier Roth and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra will perform the Dance Suite at the Lucerne Festival.
On 10, 11 and 12 August Ilan Volkov and the Sao Paulo Symphony Orchestra present the concert version of The Miraculous Mandarin at the Sala São Paulo.
The first performance was given exactly 90 years ago, on 1 July 1927 in Frankfurt am Main as part of the International Society for Contemporary Music Festival, with Bartók as soloist under Wilhelm Furtwängler.
Today, on the day of the 100th anniversary of its world première, Bartók’s The Wooden Prince will be performed by the Hungarian National Ballet.
Thoughtfully crafted arrangements of Bartóks traditional character pieces 'Romanian Folk Dances' enhanced with a touch of contemporary playing technique by Gergely Ittzés.
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