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Fujikura: new orchestra work Glorious Clouds

Out of his fascination with microorganisms and inspired by their world, Dai Fujikura has created a new work for orchestra in which free-floating sounds awaken the impression of microbes flying about – the work itself becomes a “microorganism orchestra”, as Fujikura describes it. 
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Enno Poppe's Rundfunk on tour

Enno Poppe’s new work Rundfunk for nine synthesizers is a declaration of love to the medium of radio, which, as the birthplace of electronically generated sounds, had a decisive influence on New Music in its present form.
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Tutino: Falscher Verrat in Kiel

Marco Tutino’s Falscher Verrat (False Betrayal) will be premiered in Kiel on November 3 (with repeat performances through March 16, 2019). 
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Ghisi: Two World Premieres in November

November’s going to be a busy month for Daniele Ghisi, with two world premieres: This is the Game, for vocalist and electronics, and La Chute, for string orchestra and video.
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Ambrosini: WP of Aria della battaglia in Padova

Aria della battaglia, one of Claudio Ambrosini’s most recent compositions, makes its world premiere in Padova, Italy, this October 11. Courtesy of the Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto, conducted by Giordano Bellincampi.

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Bernhard Lang premiered at Beethovenfest and Warsaw Autumn

Bernhard Lang three times in September – or is it four? Let’s do the math: The incredible Marino Formenti, “a Glen Gould for the 21st Century” (LA Times), not only performed twice the piano concerto Monadologie XXXIV ‘...Loops for Ludvik’, but also in between Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto to which Lang refers.
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Sundowner at the Ricordi Berlin office

Berlin, 12 September, around 5 pm: Summer is coming to a close, while the concert season is kicking off. On the roof of the former warehouse “Eierspeicher”, now home to Universal Music Germany, Ricordi invites you to Sundowner.
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