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02/14/2014

German Record Critics’ Award

Angels – Marco Blaauw, trumpet - WERGO-CD receives Quarterly Award 1/2014 - The WERGO-CD “Angels” has been awarded the Quarterly German Record Critics’ Award. On this CD, the outstanding trumpet player Marco Blaauw recorded a number of extremely varied compositions ...

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02/13/2014

Award-winning performance of Turnage's Greek on Radio 3

On 17 February, Music Theatre Wales’ award-winning production of Mark-Anthony Turnage's Greek will be broadcast on BBC Radio 3’s prime-time programme, ‘Opera on 3’. The programme, airing at 7:30pm GMT and presented by Sara Mohr-Pietsch, was recorded live during MTW’s recent 25th anniversary ...

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02/12/2014

New anthology for advanced pianists

Franke: Classical Piano Anthology 3 - Sheet music for piano with CD - Volume 3 of this anthology contains 18 original works by composers of the Classical period, including pieces by Mozart, Cimarosa, Vorisek and Schubert. The collection is accompanied by a CD featuring ...

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02/10/2014

Work of the Week – Michael Tippett: King Priam

Michael Tippett’s second opera came as something of a shock at its premiere in 1962, when it was presented in concert by Covent Garden Opera in the new Coventry Cathedral. After the rich lyricism and joyful optimism of The Midsummer Marriage , King Priam is lean and unsparing. This spring, ...

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02/07/2014

Lovely Duets for Strings and Wind Instruments

Wilfried Hiller: Duetti amorosi - Sheet music for 2 violins, viola, cello, double bass, clarinet, bassoon and horn - These duets are based on Ovid's Metamorphoses. Two instruments – sometimes two violins, sometimes violin and double-bass or clarinet and bassoon – always ...

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02/06/2014

The Firebird Ignites Olympic Flame – Stravinsky in Sochi

For 123 days, the Olympic Torch has been carried from Greece to Sochi, Russia, and it has at last reached its goal. Following the 65,000 kilometre run is an opening ceremony on 7 February, during which fans of classical music will be especially pleased with the inclusion of Igor Stravinsky's ...

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02/05/2014

Christian Tetzlaff and National Symphony Orchestra Give the US Premiere of Jörg Widmann's "Violin Concerto"

Jörg Widmann’s Violin Concerto receives its U.S. premiere with the National Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Christoph Eschenbach and with violinist Christian Tetzlaff, who gave the world premiere of the piece in 2007. Tetzlaff has been praised by the New York Times for his “sheer, ...

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02/05/2014

US Premiere of Peter Eötvös's "The Gliding of the Eagle in the Skies" with the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra

The Huntsville Symphony Orchestra brought Peter Eötvös’s The Gliding of the Eagle in the Skies to Alabama for its US premiere on February 1. The performance, part of a program aptly titled “Soaring Melodies,” was led by conductor Gregory Vajda and took place at the Mark C. Smith Concert Hall ...

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02/05/2014

Hannah Lash's "Three Shades Without Angles" Premieres with Boston Symphony Chamber Players

On February 9, the Boston Symphony Chamber Players premiere a new trio by Hannah Lash at Jordan Hall in Boston, Massachusetts. The piece, titled Three Shades Without Angles , was commissioned by the Boston Symphony Orchestra to celebrate the 50th Anniversary Season of its popular chamber series. ...

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02/03/2014

Work of the Week – Joseph Schwantner: Chapel Music

Chapel Music – five diverse songs for chorus and orchestra , composed by Joseph Schwantner, was written in commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the Alice Millar Chapel and Religious Center at Northwestern University, in Evanston, Illinois. The world premiere takes place as part of ...

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