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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.
Berio's birthday present to Leonard Bernstein.
Gustav Mahler’s The Youth's Magic Horn will be performed together with his Symphony No. 1 on 8 December in Zug.
In this book, Wolfgang Schaufler presents impressive interviews with the great conductors of our time in order to explore the Mahler phenomenon.
Austrian newspaper Der Standard reviews Zubin Mehta’s performance of Gustav Mahler’s Kindertotenlieder: a “’Viennese’ and existential event”.
Gustav Mahler was born today in 1860. We asked the world’s best conductors when they first heard the music of Mahler.
Tonight the ensemble mini will perform Michelle Castelletti’s chamber arrangement of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No 10 at the Musikbrauerei in Berlin.
On 24 March, John Storgårds will conduct the Finnish première of Michelle Castelletti’s arrangement of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 10 in Korundi.
Here’s a snapshot from Friday’s festivities of the Internationale Gustav Mahler Gesellschaft (IGMG) at the Glass Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna.
Kenneth MacMillan’s highly acclaimed ballet to Gustav Mahler’s The Song of the Earth – The Financial Times recently called it a masterpiece – runs at the Royal Opera House until 14 April.
John Neumeier has always anchored his work in his profound musicality but it is probably in the music of Gustav Mahler that he has found the most profound echo of his own preoccupations, of his artistic universe.
Marlijn Helder’s orchestral version of Mahler’s Piano Quartet will receive its South Korean première tonight at the Seoul Arts Center.
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