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04/16/2014

 New Online Presence of Jazz Publishing House

Since April, the publishing house advance music has been presenting a new look. The newly revised Web site at www.advancemusic.com provides musicians with numerous information on the publishing programme. From now on, everyone interested in jazz and world music can easily place online ...

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04/15/2014

Two Awards Announced for Schott Composers

Two awards have been announced this week for Schott composers: English Touring Opera's was presented with a 2014 Olivier Award for 'Outstanding Achievement in Opera' for their recent productions of Tippett's King Priam and Britten's Paul Bunyan . Juror's cited ETO's 'brave and challenging ...

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04/14/2014

Arias for Tenor

Birtel: Arias for aspiring singers - Sheet music for Tenor and Piano - This collection of 32 arias from 4 centuries has been designed specifically for budding voice students and will provide the beginning student with a sound and balanced basis for the entrance examination. ...

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04/14/2014

Work of the Week - Richard Wagner: Parsifal

Schott Music has been involved with the publishing of Wagner’s operas for over 150 years and to mark the bicentenary, new complete editions with performance material along with the first ever urtext piano scores have been prepared. Among tese editions are the opera Parsifal , traditionally ...

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04/07/2014

Classical Masterpieces

Mitchell: Classical Highlights - Sheet music for Alto Saxophon - 'Classical Highlights' presents the best-known and most popular performance pieces of the classical repertoire in arrangements for saxophone and piano. The extensive selection of works provides access to ...

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04/07/2014

Chaya Czernowin in Residence at the Eastman School of Music

From April 7 through 11, Chaya Czernowin is in residence at the Eastman School of Music. On April 9, Brad Lubman leads a portrait concert of Czernowin’s works with the Musica Nova ensemble. The program, which takes place at the Eastman Kilbourn Hall, includes Lovesong , for seven players, as ...

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04/07/2014

Work of the Week - Olli Mustonen: Sonata

As part of Melbourne’s 2014 Metropolis New Music Festival, Finnish composer Olli Mustonen’s new work Sonata for violin and orchestra will receive its world première on 9 April 2014. The composer will conduct the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (commissioners of the work) with soloist Kristian ...

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04/03/2014

Ballet with Frank Zappa in Munich

This year's Munich Ballet Festival opens on 4 April with a dance triptych by the Bayerische Staatsballett including a piece based on Wassily Kandinsky's abstract stage work Der Gelbe Klang ( The Yellow Sound ). The work by choreographer Michael Simon uses four compositions by Frank Zappa: ...

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04/03/2014

Two World Premieres by Hannah Lash with Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and Alabama Symphony Orchestra

Two new major works by Hannah Lash receive their world premieres this month. On April 26, the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra debuts Lash’s This Ease under the direction of Jeffrey Kahane. Commissioned by the ensemble as part of its Sound Investment commissioning initiative, This Ease is a ...

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04/03/2014

World Premiere of Bernard Rands's "Concerto for Piano and Orchestra" with Jonathan Biss and the Boston Symphony Orchestra

On April 3, pianist Jonathan Biss and the Boston Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Robert Spano deliver the world premiere of Bernard Rands’s Concerto for Piano and Orchestra . The premiere takes place at Boston’s Symphony Hall, with additional performances on April 4, 5 and 8. ...

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