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03/09/2010

Los Angeles Piano Quartet Performs World Premiere of Kamran Ince's 'Far Variations'

The Los Angeles Piano Quartet performs the world premiere of Kamran Ince’s Far Variations on March 31 at the Leo Rich Theater in Tucson, Arizona. Commissioned by the Arizona Friends of Chamber Music with the sponsorship of Sherrill Akyol, Far Variations is written in memory of Dr. Salim Akyol, ...

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03/09/2010

European Premiere of Bernard Rands' 'apókryphos' by Staatskapelle Berlin and Daniel Barenboim

On Sunday, March 14 Daniel Barenboim leads renowned soprano Angela Denoke and the Staatskapelle Berlin through the European premiere of Bernard Rands' choral symphony apókryphos . A powerfully dramatic score of piercing intimacy, apókryphos interweaves German texts of Jewish exiles during the ...

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03/09/2010

UK Premiere of Peter Eötvös' 'Angels In America'

Peter Eötvös' opera Angels in America , based on the Pulitzer-Prize winning play by Tony Kushner with a libretto by Mari Mezei, receives its UK premiere in a concert performance on March 26 at London’s Barbican Centre performed by David Robertson and the BBC Symphony Orchestra. First performed ...

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03/09/2010

Stewart Wallace's 'The Bonesetter's Daughter' in Shanghai Radio Broadcast

On March 6 and 7, Shanghai Radio airs Stewart Wallace's The Bonesetter's Daughter , taken from the opera's 2008 premiere run at San Francisco Opera conducted by Steven Sloane. The broadcast will include interviews with several of the principal singers, including mezzo-soprano Zheng Cao. Ken Smith ...

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03/09/2010

Peter Eötvös In Focus at Los Angeles Philharmonic's Green Umbrella Series

On March 9th, 2010, the Los Angeles Philharmonic New Music Group presents a concert focusing on the music of Peter Eötvös, featuring Brandon Ridenour on trumpet, tenor Timur Bekbosunov, and the Calder Quartet. Part of the LA Philharmonic's contemporary music series Green Umbrella, the concert includes ...

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03/09/2010

Atsuhiko Gondai featured on The Philharmonia Orchestra's Music of Today Series

Atsuhiko Gondai makes an appearance in London this month for performances of his music with the Philharmonia Orchestra. One of the most prominent young composers currently emerging from Japan, Gondai will be the focus of a Music of Today concert at the Royal Festival Hall in London on Tuesday, ...

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03/08/2010

Carl Maria von Weber - Complete Edition

Carl Maria von Weber: Insertions for other Composer's Operas and Singspiele, Concert-Arias and Duet with Orchestra - Sheet music and critial commentary - Since the German re-unification both working-parties concerned – at the Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin, and at the Musikwissenschaftliches ...

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03/08/2010

Work of the Week - Fazil Say: Istanbul Symphony

On Saturday 13 March 2010, Fazil Say’s Istanbul Symphony will be given its world premiere at the Konzerthaus Dortmund in Germany. Commissioned by the WDR (West German Broadcasting) and the Konzerthaus Dortmund, the performance will form part of the “Ruhr.2010 European Capital of ...

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03/04/2010

Schumann Year 2010 - Valuable Addition To The Repertoire

Robert Schumann: Quartet C minor - Sheet music for violin, viola, cello and piano - Schumann's early piano quartet composed in 1829 has not yet found its way into the concert repertoire, although it would be well-earned. This is due to the fact that the work has only been available ...

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03/03/2010

"A Magical Moment" Medea Premiered at the Vienna State Opera

"An opera première turns into a magical moment: Aribert Reimann's Medea at the Vienna State Opera." This is how the critic of Die Welt described the evening of the 28th February in Vienna. An opera evening that is rare in the world of music and united both critics and audience: ...

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