Ernst Krenek's opera "Jonny spielt auf" experiences a new production by David Drábek on 24 January in Prague; musical direction under Stefan Lano.
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Franz Schreker's opera premieres at Zürich Opera House under Vladimir Jurowski and Giedrė Šlekytė on September 23.
Gustav Mahler’s The Youth's Magic Horn will be performed together with his Symphony No. 1 on 8 December in Zug.
Klaus Simon conducts the Holst-Sinfonietta on 25 November at the E-Werk in Freiburg.
Congratulations to ensemble mini and conductor Joolz Gale for the great review that their recent release of Mahler’s Symphony No. 9 in Klaus Simon’s arrangement for ensemble has received.
“But there is a concomitant gain in the clarity of the line, and the Symphony No. 9 is an endless line. Galante formed and followed it with exceptional shape and focus.”(George Grella, New York Classical Review, 16.09.2014)
On 27 April, the ensemble mini (cond. Joolz Gale) will perform Klaus Simon’s arrangement of Mahler’s Symphony No. 9 at the Radialsystem V in Berlin.
Following the success of his reductions of Gustav Mahler’s Symphonies No. 1 and 4, Klaus Simon turned to the Symphony No. 9 and arranged it similarly. World première: 28 March.
The new version by Klaus Simon of the songs 3, 4 and 6 completes the cycle and expands the Schönbergian ensemble with the horn and bassoon. The work can be heard in Zurich on 28 March with the Collegium Novum Zurich.
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