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10/24/2013

2013 British Composer Awards Shortlist Announced

Schott composers Gerald Barry and Toshio Hosokawa have been named on the shortlist for the 2013 British Composer Awards, the annual music awards given by the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers and Authors (BASCA) in celebration of contemporary music composition. Barry’s 3-act opera ...

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10/24/2013

City of London honours Sir Peter Maxwell Davies

Sir Peter Maxwell Davies will receive the Freedom of the City of London, having been nominated by Alderman Roger Gifford, Lord Mayor of the City of London and Catherine McGuinness. A ceremony will be held on Friday 25 October at The Mansion House, wherein Maxwell Davies will read aloud the ...

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10/23/2013

Gezi Park 1: Say's new Concerto for the Önder Twins

Fazil Say's new Double Piano Concerto, Gezi Park 1 , demonstrates once again the composer’s commitment to political activism in his home country. In May and June 2013, Gezi Park in Istanbul became known as a place of protest and heavy conflict between citizens and the state, not only in Turkey ...

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10/22/2013

Hot Heart: Gerhaher Premieres new Widmann Cycle

On October 23, the world premiere of Jörg Widmann’s Das heiße Herz (The Hot Heart) can be heard as part of a vocal recital given by byritone Christian Gerhaher in Vienna. Accompanied by pianist Gerold Huber, Gerhaher interprets Widmann’s song cycle in five parts on poems by Klabund, Heinrich ...

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10/14/2013

UK Premiere of Toshio Hosokawa’s Distant Voices

Quatuor Diotima will be presenting an hour-long programme at the Wigmore Hall on Saturday 19 October, featuring the premiere of Toshio Hosokawa's Distant Voices, alongside works by Brian Fernyhough, Jean Barraqué and Béla Bartók. Commissioned for Quatuor Diotima by Alois Lageder, Hosokawa’s ...

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10/09/2013

Gerald Barry back catalogue transferred to Schott

The Gerald Barry catalogue is being transferred from Oxford University Press to Schott Music over a period of two years from 1 October 2013.  You will find individual works listed on the Schott website once they have been transferred.  Barry's sales works will all be transferred from 1 ...

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Steve Martland

10/07/2013

Evan Ziporyn Critical Band pays tribute to Steve Martland

Formed in the wake of Steve Martland’s death in May this year, the Evan Ziporyn Critical Band – an 11-piece Boston-based ensemble – present their debut concert on October 11, at Kresge Auditorium, Cambridge.   Evan Ziporyn is a composer, clarinettist & co-founder of ...

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10/02/2013

Ryan Wigglesworth taken on by Ingpen & Williams

London-based international artist managers Ingpen & Williams have taken on the world-wide general management of Schott composer and conductor Ryan Wigglesworth.  Still only in his early thirties, Wigglesworth has rapidly established himself as one of the foremost composer-conductors ...

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09/26/2013

Peter Eötvös’s new Percussion Concerto in Monte Carlo

On 29 September 2013 the world premiere of Peter Eötvös’s Speaking Drums will take place at the auditorium Rainier III in Monte Carlo. The evening’s soloist is percussionist Daniel Ciampolini, accompanied by the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte Carlo under the supervision of Andrey Boreyko. ...

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09/13/2013

Andrew Norman's Unstuck with the Alabama Symphony

Kicking off its new season this month, the Alabama Symphony Orchestra, under the music direction of Justin Brown, gives a performance of Andrew Norman’s brilliant orchestral showpiece  Unstuck  on September 12. Paired with works by Schubert and Mahler,  Unstuck  receives a repeat ...

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