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Work of the Week - Fazıl Say: "1914" – Overture

On 21 November, Orchestre National de Belgique conducted by Andrey Boreyko will premiere Fazıl Say’s new work  "1914" – Overture  in Brussels at the Salle Henry Le Bœuf in the Palais des Beaux-Arts. The work was commissioned by the orchestra as part of the ...



German Record Critics' Award

Hosokawa and Hölszky - Quarterly German Record Critics’ Award - Award for WERGO-CDs - Two WERGO-CDs have been awarded the quarterly German Record Critics’ Award:     Toshio Hosokawa ...



Humphrey Searle talk at Liszt Society's Annual Day

This year’s Liszt Society Annual Day and International Piano Competition on 15 November will include a talk on its founding member, Schott composer Humphrey Searle. The talk will be given by David Sutton-Anderson at Goldsmith’s University in London and will include a performance of Searle’s piano ...



Work of the week - Richard Strauss: Capriccio

On 16 November, Richard Strauss' opera Capriccio will be performed at Dresden's Semperoper. The celebrated American soprano, Reneé Fleming will sing the role of Countess Madeleine in Marco Arturo Marelli's production conducted by the Staatskapelle's principal conductor Christian Thielemann. ...



A Tribute to Steve Martland

On Tuesday 11 November at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, percussionist Colin Currie will be joined by Aurora Orchestra and conductor Nicholas Collon for a concert dedicated to the memory of Schott composer Steve Martland.  Martland, who died in 2013, has been described as 'one of the most ...



Work of the Week - Xiaogang Ye: Scent of the Green Mango

On 6 November, Musikfestspiele Saar will present the premiere of Xiaogang Ye’s piano concerto op. 32 Scent of the Green Mango in a concert dedicated to the composer at Saarbrücken's Congress Hall with pianist Amir Katz and the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern conducted ...



Christmas Gospel Hymns

Rieger: Christmas Gospel Hymns Gospels and sacred hymns are very popular, especially at Christmas time, because of their emotional contents and melodies. This edition is a collection of the most beautiful Christmas gospel hymns in easy to intermediate arrangements in pop and swing ...



schott aktuell - the journal 6/2014: INSPIRATION CHINA

Classical music holds real preeminence. At least in China. Hardly a week goes by without the opening of a new concert hall somewhere. A thorough musical education is as much a part of the normal upbringing of Chinese children as attending school. In China, whose own impressive musical tradition ...



Work of the week - Thomas Larcher: A Padmore Cycle

On 1 November, a newly orchestrated version of Thomas Larcher’s A Padmore Cycle , composed and named for tenor Mark Padmore, will be premiered by Padmore and the BBC Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Edward Gardner at London’s Barbican Hall. A Padmore Cycle consists of "eleven ...



Stephen Paulus 1949-2014

It is with deep sadness that Schott | EAM notes the passing of Stephen Paulus, a widely-beloved composer and a tireless advocate for contemporary music and those who write and perform it. Born in 1949 in Summit, NJ, and raised in Minnesota, Paulus enjoyed a close relationship with the Minnesota ...


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