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05/19/2014

World première: Olli Mustonen's Sinfonia 2 in Helsinki

On 20 May 2014, the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra presents the world première of Finnish composer Olli Mustonen's Sinfonia 2 at the Musiikkitalo concert hall in Helsinki, conducted by the composer. My Sinfonia 2  'Johannes Angelos' was inspired by a historical novel ...

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05/14/2014

German Record Critics’ Award

Hans Werner Henze: Symphonies 2 & 10 - WERGO-CD receives Quarterly Award 2/2014 - The WERGO-CD with Hans Werner Henze’s Symphonies 2 & 10 has been awarded the Quarterly German Record Critics’ Award. In february 2014, the eagerly awaited complete recording of ...

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05/13/2014

Now available from WERGO

Love Songs - dedicated to ensemble recherche for the 25th anniversary - During preparations for their 25th anniversary in 2010, the ensemble recherche came to the conclusion that “There are no love songs anymore!” So they requested such pieces for the celebration from various ...

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05/12/2014

Work of the Week - Dieter Schnebel: Utopien

"Out of Control" is the theme of the 14th Münchner Biennale, where Dieter Schnebel’s new chamber opera Utopien will be given its world premiere by the Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart between 17 and 19 May at the Muffathalle Munich. A commission by the Konzerthaus Berlin, Schnebel ...

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05/09/2014

The Virginia Arts Festival Celebrates John Duffy

The Virginia Arts Festival celebrates the life and work of John Duffy this month as part of the Ninth Annual Season of the Festival's John Duffy Composers Institute. As an acknowledgment to Duffy’s achievements as a composer, mentor and advocate of contemporary music in America, ...

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05/09/2014

US Premiere of Toshio Hosokawa's "The Raven" at Gotham Chamber Opera

Gotham Chamber Opera presents the US premiere of Toshio Hosokawa’s haunting setting of Edgar Allen Poe’s The Raven on May 28, 30 and 31 as part of the New York Philharmonic’s Biennial Festival.  Hosokawa’s monodrama captures the gothic and macabre storytelling of Poe, drawing ...

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05/09/2014

Tobias Picker's "Awakenings" in First Concert Performance at Mannes College of Music

On May 2, Lowell Liebermann led the world concert premiere of Tobias Picker’s Awakenings with the American Composers Ensemble at the Mannes School of Music in New York. Based on Oliver Sachs’s acclaimed novel of the same name, Awakenings was created as a ballet adaptation of ...

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05/09/2014

Schott Composers at the NY Phil Biennial

From May 28 through June 7, the New York Philharmonic presents the highly anticipated inaugural season of its Biennial Festival. Highlighting many of New York’s most visionary ensembles and musicians, the Biennial offers a fascinating vision of contemporary musical activity from around the world.  ...

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05/07/2014

Antony Hopkins CBE (1921-2014)

Schott Music is sad to learn that composer Antony Hopkins died aged 93 on 5th May 2014.  Hopkins' early recorder works Suite for descant recorder and piano and Four Dances for treble recorder and piano have been popular with performers around the world for many decades and Schott Music ...

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05/05/2014

Work of the Week - Hans Werner Henze: Symphony No. 7

Founded by Hans Werner Henze in 1988, the Munich Biennale is among the world's best festivals for contemporary opera. Henze directed the Biennale until 1996, and this year’s will be the first without him in attendance. In honour of the great composer and conductor, the Munich Philharmonic ...

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