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Italian Summer Music Festivals Get the Green Light

After the interruption of live performances due to the Coronavirus pandemic, opera is set to make a comeback in Italy.
The following festivals will be offering programs that feature works from the Casa Ricordi catalogue.
 
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Pagh-Paan: WP and the Berlin Art Prize 2020

Younghi Pagh-Paan receives the Grosser Berliner Kunstpreis (Berlin Art Prize) 2020. Honoring the composer, the KNM Berlin performs a selection of Pagh-Paan’s works including a new piece for soprano and viola. The portrait concert will be streamed live by Deutschlandfunk Kultur.
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How to peruse our scores

Unsure whether a work suits your program, ensemble, or venue? Then take a look inside the full score!  You can either peruse the score digitally or order a printed version. Here is a brief description of all options.
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B'Rock – new music on old instruments

Baroque and contemporary music have a lot in common; a diligent search for specific sounds, a constant exploration of the possibilities of current instruments, and similar ensemble sizes. Recent years have seen the development of some exciting new works, either as a commission for baroque orchestras, or referring to masterpieces of baroque literature.
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Haas, Hailun, and 4400 Hammers

The Fondazione Busoni – Gustav Mahler Stiftung, supported by the Ernst von Siemens Musikstiftung commissioned Georg Friedrich Haas to write a new work for 50 micro-tonally tuned pianos and orchestra. The world premiere will take place in August 2021 within the Busoni Piano Competition, performed by the orchestra of the Gustav Mahler Academy. Fondazione Busoni – Gustav Mahler Stiftung is supported by Hailun Piano, one of the largest piano manufacturers in the east. We talked to the company’s artistic representative, Sisi Ye, about the project.
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