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10/21/2014

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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10/20/2014

Work of the Week - Toshio Hosokawa: Fluss

On 24 October, the Arditti Quartet (photo) present the world premiere of Toshio Hosokawa’s new concerto for string quartet and orchestra, Fluss , with the WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln under the baton of Peter Rundel at Cologne’s Philharmonie. Celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2014, the ...

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10/17/2014

Bryars Composer in Residence at Adelaide Festival 2015

Adelaide Festival of Arts presents Gavin Bryars in Residence , a series of concerts and a chamber opera from one of the world’s leading post-minimalist composers Gavin Bryars (UK).  One of the most versatile and highly-regarded composers to emerge in the second half of the 20th ...

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10/13/2014

Work of the Week - Gavin Bryars: Peer Gynt

On 19 October, Gavin Bryars’ new ballet Peer Gynt will receive its world premiere at the Stadttheater in Bielefeld, Germany. Performed and choreographed by Gregor Zöllig and Tanztheater Bielefeld with conductor Elisa Gogou, the ballet will run at the Stadttheater until 1 February 2015. ...

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10/10/2014

Now available from WERGO

Kurt Schwitters: Ursonate - und andere Konsequente Dichtung - Kurt Schwitters’ “ Sonate in Urlauten” [Sonata in Primal Sounds] is the prototypical work at the border between speech and music. The concise title of the work alone forges a suggestive link between language material ...

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10/06/2014

Work of the Week - Benjamin Schweitzer: volapük

Volapük: This is the name German Priest Johann Martin Schleyer gave to the language he created and published in 1880. Using this universal language, he aspired to overcome differences between nations. Though the undertaking failed to materialise, it still inspired composer Benjamin Schweitzer ...

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10/06/2014

Grainger work premiered after 100 years

A previously unperformed work by Percy Grainger awaits its unveiling on 8 October at Kings Place in London: “ Youthful piano concerto movement (1896) ”. Written whilst he was studying at the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt when Grainger was 13, the concerto will receive its world premiere over 100 ...

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10/02/2014

Martland Monument – A Celebration of Steve Martland

This October, the Sandee/Van Nieukerken piano duo kick off ‘Martland Monument’, a series of concerts in commemoration the late Steve Martland. Spanning the 2014/15 season, ‘Martland Monument’ plans to be a vibrant and colourful exhibition of Martland’s music, alongside the works of other outstanding ...

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10/02/2014

Maxwell Davies’ "The Trojan Games" receives UK Premiere

This year has been quite a special one for Sir Peter Maxwell Davies who turned 80 last month, sparking numerous performances of his works in celebration concerts. This Saturday 4 October, the ensemble Psappha present a ‘birthday gift to Max’ at Hallé St. Peter’s in Manchester. Stephen Barlow will ...

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09/30/2014

Schott Music live October 2014

Two important fairs are just around the corner: Frankfurt Book Fair and Music China. Take the opportunity to get to know Schott Music and its publishing partners. We are looking forward to seeing you there! Music China: October 8 to 11 (Hall E3, Booth: C18; German pavilion) Frankfurt ...

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