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Altinoglu : Suite from "Pelléas et Mélisande"

Posted by Durand Salabert Eschig on 20 September 2017 The conductor, Alain Altinoglu will be presenting his world premiere Suite from Debussy's Pelléas et Mélisande on Thursday 21st September at the Berlin Philharmonie. With this concert, the conductor will be making his debut as the head of the Berliner Philharmoniker. Meet Alain Altinoglu.

Benoît Mernier: Organ, Voice and orchestra

Posted by Durand Salabert Eschig on 04 September 2017

The composer Benoît Mernier will be at the heart of the inauguration weekend for the organ at the Centre for Fine Arts (15th-17th September 2017) with his Concerto for Organ by the National Orchestra of Belgium and his Dickinson Songs by the Youth Choir and the La Monnaie Symphony Orchestra.

Attahir, "Al Fajr" by Daniel Barenboïm

Posted by Durand Salabert Eschig on 04 September 2017

Daniel Barenboim and the Boulez Ensemble open the Pierre Boulez Saal’s second season with a wide-ranging program that reflects the ensemble’s philosophy: to combine works from the Classical and Romantic era with masterpieces of the 20th century and music of our time. Mozart, Ravel, and Shostakovich frame a new composition by Benjamin Attahir, Al Fajr, commissioned for this concert.

Philippe Manoury, Kein Licht

Posted by Durand Salabert Eschig on 29 June 2017

An eagerly expected creation already rewarded by an international prize. The work inspired by the Fukushima disaster is the fruit of Philippe Manoury and Nicolas Stemann based on a text by Elfriede Jelinek, the author of The Piano Teacher and Nobel Prize in literature.

Kein Licht. Thinkspiel for actors, instrumentalists and electronic music in real time based on a text by Elfriede Jelinek. Commissioned by the Opéra Comique. World premiere on 26 August 2017 as part of the Ruhrtriennale, Germany.


François Meïmoun, Dein Gesang

Posted by Durand Salabert Eschig on 28 June 2017

Dein Gesang is a musical portrait of Paul Celan, written by François Meïmoun for two female voices, Élise Chauvin and Marie Kobayashi, three percussions and viola solo, Christophe Desjardins. 


Oscar Bianchi, Inventio for orchestra

Posted by Durand Salabert Eschig on 29 May 2017

Inventio for orchestra by Oscar Bianchi, commissioned by musica viva des Bayerischen Rundfunks with the friendly support of the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, will have its world premiere on 2 June 2017 with the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks conducted by Johannes Kalitzke.



Hèctor Parra, Three Shakespeare Sonnets

Posted by Durand Salabert Eschig on 25 May 2017

Hèctor Parra took for inspiration 3 of the sonnets by William Shakespeare (lthe 18, 19 et 20) to compose this new opus for tenor and orchestra that will have its World Premiere on 28 May 2017 by the Freiburger Barokorchester conducted by Jérémie Rorher with tenir Julian Prégardien at the Kölner Philharmonie. 

Moussa, Symphonie n° 1 "Concordia"

Posted by Durand Salabert Eschig on 02 May 2017

Kent Nagano and the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal invite you on 31 May 2017 to an unusual symphonic experience, the fruit of the meeting between Samy Moussa, a young Canadian and internationally acclaimed composer and conductor, and Moment Factory, a multimedia artist, also known worldwide. The Symphonie n° 1 "Concordia" by Samy Moussa, a unique work will be premiered on the occasion of the celebrations of the 375th anniversary of Montreal. 

Manoury, Passages

Posted by Durand Salabert Eschig on 02 May 2017

Philippe Manoury has written his first clarinet concerto Passages that will be premiered on 7 May 2017 at the Wittener Tage für neue Kammermuzik by the WDR Sinfonieorchester Köln conducted by Pablo Rus Broseta and with Thorsten Johanns playing the clarinet.


Manoury, Etats d'alerte

Posted by Durand Salabert Eschig on 02 May 2017

États d’alerte was commissioned by the Orchestre de la Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Sarrebruck and the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg for the percussions duet KrausFrink and will have its world premiere on 21 May 2017 in Sarrebruck conducted by Peter Rundel.