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Sciarrino: New Albums

Posted by Ricordi 30 November 2017

Decca Italia recently released two Sciarrino's Albums. The two CDs include all the composer’s world premiere performances.

Interview: Jonathan Stockhammer

Posted by Ricordi 30 November 2017

The American-German conductor Jonathan Stockhammer on Jazz music, the Pet Shop Boys, Georg Friedrich Haas and Rolf Riehms’s latest orchestra work Die Tode des Orpheus, which he recently premiered with the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie in Saarbrücken.

In Memory of Victor de Sabata

Posted by Ricordi 24 November 2017 Fifty years have passed since Victor de Sabata died in Santa Margherita Ligure, on December 11, 1967. 
La Scala pays tribute to the great conductor with an exhibition entitled Una vita per la Scala / A Life for La Scala, which runs through January 2018, curated by Franco Pulcini and Valentina Dellavia. The Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Orchestra also pays tribute to de Sabata with a performance of his contemplative poem Gethsemani on December 14 in Florence. 
 

Interview: Miranda Cuckson on G. F. Haas

Posted by Ricordi 01 November 2017

Miranda Cuckson talks about Jazz, Folk Music and Georg Friedrich Haas’ second violin concerto, which she premiered together with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and conductor Ilan Volkov in Tokyo on September 7, 2017.

Bernhard Lang: ParZeFool

Posted by Ricordi 27 October 2017

Bernhard Lang’s music theatre work ParZeFool was premiered at Wiener Festwochen in Vienna on June 4, 2017, conducted by Simone Young and directed by Jonathan Meese..

Our composers at hcmf 40

Posted by Ricordi 27 October 2017

The Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival 2017 features again many of our composers in performances and talks.

Corghi: L' eco di un fantasma

Posted by Ricordi 27 October 2017 Azio Corghi’s lyrical tragedy L’eco di un fantasma, for female narrator, choir and orchestra, with book by Maddalena Mazzocut-Mis, makes it world premiere this November 3 in Cagliari, Sardinia. 
This world premiere is part of the tribute to Azio Corghi in celebration of the composer’s 80th birthday.