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01/23/2015

Work of the Week - Gerald Barry: Day

On Wednesday 28 January, a new version of Gerald Barry’s Day for orchestra will receive its world premiere at the BBC Philharmonic Studio in Salford. The portrait concert is part of “Before the Road: The Music of Gerald Barry”, a two-day festival organised by the Royal Northern College ...

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01/17/2015

Casken and Goehr at Wigmore Hall

Tonight at Wigmore Hall, the Nash Ensemble perform John Casken’s Infanta Marina and Alexander Goehr’s …around Stravinsky in a pre-concert concert and discussion. The concert is part of a series for the ensemble's 50th anniversary season showcasing some of the many works they commissioned ...

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01/14/2015

Theodorakis' "Zorbas" Ballet Touring Italy

"I took an old melody, a Cretan dance, and reworked it into an improvisation, always aware that I was going to write a specific composition later. But the final result, the dance to this old melody, was so captivating we decided not to change it." It was a fortunate twist of fate, ...

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01/13/2015

Work of the week - Toshio Hosokawa: Blossoming II

Toshio Hosokawa’s orchestral work Blossoming II will be performed this week by two orchestras in four cities. As part of a short tour, the London Symphony Orchestra will perform the work under the baton of Robin Ticciati, travelling from the Austrian premiere in Vienna on 22 January via ...

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01/12/2015

Work of the Week - Ryan Wigglesworth: Études-Tableaux

On 16 January, Ryan Wigglesworth’s new orchestral work Études-Tableaux will have its world premiere performance at Severance Hall in Cleveland. Franz Welser-Möst will conduct the Cleveland Orchestra where Wigglesworth currently holds the position of Daniel R. Lewis Young Composer Fellow. ...

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01/06/2015

Larcher Wins Stoeger Prize

Schott composer Thomas Larcher is the winner of the Elise L. Stoeger Prize for 2014/15. The Stoeger Prize is given every two years in recognition of significant contributions to the field of chamber music composition. A composer of great achievement on canvasses both large and small, Larcher ...

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01/01/2015

Work of the week - Erich Wolfgang Korngold: Straussiana

The New Year’s Concert 2015 of Dresden’s State Operetta will be on 1, 3, 4, 8, and 9 January. It is titled after Erich Wolfgang Korngold’s work Straussiana and will equally be a homage to Johann Strauss. The Orchestra under the baton of Andreas Schüller will play other Strauss-adaptations ...

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12/22/2014

In Memory of Jane Bown

    In memory of Jane Hope Bown who passed away yesterday at the age of 89, here is the photograph she took of Sir Michael Tippett in his later years.  

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12/19/2014

The Best Film Hits

Juchem: Movie Classics - For flute - The cinema mesmerizes us with thrilling stories of love, suspense, adventure and fateful encounters. From the emotionally charged ballad to the rocking or even groovy soundtrack: In the fourth volume of the Schott Flute Lounge series, Dirko Juchem ...

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12/18/2014

schott aktuell - the journal 1/2015: GIANTS OF 20th CENTURY OPERA

Happy New Year! Following the holiday period, we at Schott Music are looking forward to an exciting twelve months ahead, with many major premières from our composers as well as performances of classic works. The first two months of 2015 are a good example of this, with several of the operatic ...

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