Here you can find our new newsletter! King Roger in Graz; Fitzcarraldo Trilogy; Im Sommerwind - new, reduced; Das Schloss Dürande - staged.
Ernst Krenek's opera "Jonny spielt auf" experiences a new production by David Drábek on 24 January in Prague; musical direction under Stefan Lano.
Our Mahler-newsletter has arrived! Take a look at the new edition of Symphony No. 4 and learn more about the first publication of Titan!
You can find our current newsletter here! Cerha's première; New version of Kindertotenlieder; Fennessy - new work; One Festival - Janáček's complete operatic work
Take a look at our latest newsletter! Janáček's Sinfonietta reduced; New production of Dantons Tod; Power games
Our current newsletter is out now! Tango in Italy; Staud in Japan; Two Janáček novelties; Die Gezeichneten in Zürich.
On 22 September the Red Note Ensemble will inaugurate the Granary, an exciting new location for the Lammermuir Festival in Whittingehame, with performances of David Sawer’s The Lighthouse Keepers and Hollywood Extra.
David Sawer’s the greatest happiness principle will be performed on 29 July at the Royal Albert Hall.
David Sawer’s orchestral piece the greatest happiness principle is featured on a new CD included with the October issue of the BBC Music Magazine, titled “Best of British: Modern masterworks commissioned by Radio 3”.
The Guardian asked David Sawer what his first record was, whether he ever considered a career outside of music, what his favourite piece of music is and whether he has any musical guilty pleasures.
Tonight Cat’s Eye will be performed together with Luciano Berio’s Différences and a new work by Taner Kemirtlek at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow.
The US première of David Sawer’s Coachman Chronos for 9 players will be performed this Saturday by the Oberlin Sinfonietta under Timothy Weiss.
“In a world which increasingly emphasises speed, clarity can perhaps be best achieved when time stands still.” (David Sawer)
Coachman Chronos – Sawer’s latest work – will be premièred on 3 October at the Science Museum London by the Aurora Orchestra.
David Sawer, Nicholas Collon and others talk about the “Objects at an Exhibition”, a projectby the Science Museum London and the Aurora Orchestra
The BCMG’s concert on Saturday, 9 May, at the CBSO Centre in Birmingham has received a five-star review by The Times.
The world première of David Sawer’s Bronze and Iron takes place on 22 March in Glasgow.
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