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07/03/2013

Lincoln Center Festival Presents New York Premiere of Toshio Hosokawa’s Matsukaze

Fresh off its US premiere performances at Spoleto Festival USA, Toshio Hosokawa’s opera Matsukaze opens at the Lincoln Center Festival on July 18. The Spoleto Festival’s production, directed by Chen Shi-Zheng, travels to Lincoln Center for the New York premiere led by conductor John Kennedy and ...

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06/27/2013

World Premiere of John Casken's Mag and Nunc

On 30 June 2013, John Casken’s Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis will receive its world premiere at Durham Cathedral by organist Francesca Massey and the Durham Cathedral Choir, conducted by James Lancelot. Casken wrote his Mag and Nunc in celebration of the return of the Lindisfarne Gospels ...

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06/06/2013

MIF Announces Steve Martland Tribute Concert

Manchester International Festival has announced a special tribute concert to the life and works of composer Steve Martland (1954-2013) on 14 July 2013. Martland, who had been commissioned for the 2015 Festival, had a longstanding relationship with MIF. To honor his achievements in the cutting-edge ...

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06/03/2013

Tributes to Steve Martland (1954-2013)

"… I must have had all kinds of experiences with him about how to be critical in music, which is a very difficult and strange word, because we both were … outspoken… left-wing or even anarchist is probably better. And I think that this is philosophically speaking probably a very difficult ...

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05/28/2013

György Ligeti 90

Africa, ars subtilior, Nancarrow and fractals: these are far more than mere influences and are in fact affinities which have been inherent in my music since I began developing complex musical structures in the middle of the 1950s. This was György Ligeti’s reflection of his ...

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05/22/2013

Henri Dutilleux (1916–2013)

Master of magical narrative power On the occasion of the death of the composer Henri Dutilleux The international music world has lost one of its major figures with the death of Henri Dutilleux. The French composer Henri Dutilleux, born in Angers in 1916, created a personal and distinctive ...

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05/15/2013

Gerald Barry Wins 2013 RPS Award

We are delighted to announce that Gerald Barry's The Importance of Being Earnest has won the 2013 RPS Music Award for Large-Scale Composition. Barry's audacious operatic approach to Oscar Wilde's masterpiece triumphantly confounds all expectations. As Barry describes it: 'The play's bones ...

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05/15/2013

World Premiere of Pierre Jalbert's Ultraviolet

On May 19, the Hoff-Barthelson School presents the premiere of Pierre Jalbert's new work for ensemble, Ultraviolet , in Scarsdale, NY. Performed by Jered McInerney, violin; Emma Berry, clarinet; Issei Herr, cello; Charlotte Hill, piano, the work is performed as part of the school's 24th annual ...

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05/15/2013

Gavin Bryars in Residence at Canberra International Music Festival

Th­­e 19th annual Canberra International Music Festival features the music of Composer-in-Residence Gavin Bryars, May 10-19. Hosted by the Australian National University School of Music, the festival presents selections from Bryars’s  Second Book of Madrigals  as well as  The Porazzi ...

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05/15/2013

Bernard Rands's Concertino & Ceremonial in Performances in Oberlin, Rochester, and Toronto

In anticipation of the composer's 80th birthday year in 2014, performances of Bernard Rands’s music continue to dot this season’s calendar around the country. This month Timothy Weiss leads the Oberlin Sinfonietta in a performance of Rands Concertino for oboe and ensemble, featuring Oberlin faculty ...

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