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Release of Alexandre Desplat's “Airlines” record

The second half of 2020 promises to be one dedicated to the idea of artistic faith and the sustainability of its achievements: Starting on 2 September, the Berlin Philharmonic Kammermusiksaal will be the setting for the world premiere of Der Lauf des Lebens, a new work performed by the most faithful to the Franco-Greek composer, the Vienna Klangforum ensemble. 

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Georges Aperghis - "Der Lauf des Lebens"

The second half of 2020 promises to be one dedicated to the idea of artistic faith and the sustainability of its achievements: Starting on 2 September, the Berlin Philharmonic Kammermusiksaal will be the setting for the world premiere of Der Lauf des Lebens, a new work performed by the most faithful to the Franco-Greek composer, the Vienna Klangforum ensemble. 

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Oscar Bianchi's news

Now in a mature period, Oscar Bianchi has learned, better than anyone, how to renew his art and his professional obstacles, by exploring the challenges of participative forms and novel instrumentations, not to mention curating in a variety of geographic spaces.

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The Ensemble intercontemporain at the digital festival "Après, demain" - Théâtre du Châtelet

The same can be said for musical creation as for friendship between people from different nations, both in the Middle East and elsewhere: something never to be taken for granted, that can always be improved, and dependent on the goodwill of unique personalities, such as Daniel Barenboim, co-founder of the Pierre Boulez Saal in Berlin, a place of entertainment, training and reflection.

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Festival of new music at the Boulez Saal

The same can be said for musical creation as for friendship between people from different nations : something never to be taken for granted, that can always be improved, and dependent on the goodwill of unique personalities, such as Daniel Barenboim, co-founder of the Pierre Boulez Saal in Berlin, a place of entertainment, training and reflection.

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Circuit magazines about composers Durand Salabert Eschig

Circuit, created in 1989 at the initiative of Lorraine Vaillancourt, founder and artistic director of the Nouvel Ensemble Moderne (in residence at the University of Montreal), and Jean-Jacques Nattiez, its first editor, publishes in French and in English articles, documents and files on contemporary music made in Quebec, North America and elsewhere.
Designed both as an art magazine and an instrument for aesthetic reflection, it is aimed at all those who feel concerned by the challenges of contemporary musical and artistic creation. Summaries in French and in English. We have collected in this article the numbers concerning Durand Salabert Eschig. 

 

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MUSICAL CHRONICLES - Jean-Frédéric Neuburger /Journal du confinement

For those who were not already convinced, this period of confinement and social distancing has proven that music is not only an art, but above all else a wonderful means of communication! How better to express at a distance what we feel to our families, our friends, our audiences, than by playing it, singing it, writing it with notes?

The composers of the publishers Durand Salabert Eschig share many qualities: perhaps more than any other, we notice a tremendous desire and an irrepressible need to communicate. You already know that their generosity is unequaled when it comes to sharing their talent and their emotions through music.

Jean-Frédéric Neuburger, keyboard and sound magician, who first spontaneously chose to set these exclusive and nevertheless universal "musical chronicles" with eight piano improvisations record during the lockdown. A powerful gesture, which will set a precedent!

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Opera (2010 - 2020)

The daily rhythm of the lockdown has shown to everyone that social distancing is accompanied by an inversed emotional proximity but nonetheless of the same intensity. Thus, everyone around the world can now experience for themselves the miracle well-known to admirers of opera on DVD or on the television: the sound and visual traces of a voice, a gesture, or a face, even distanced by time or space, are still capable of conveying an unforgettable emotional charge.

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MUSICAL CHRONICLES - Hèctor Parra / "Constellations"

After fifteen uninterrupted years of musical creation, including last year's lyrical event (Les Bienveillantes, based on the eponymous novel by Jonathan Littell), Hèctor Parra has once again drawn upon his multiple passions to summon the muse of composition.

 

A passion for architectural forms, enlarged sounds, and a dialogue between the arts: we are once again faced with this pantheon of styles of the most admired Spanish composer of his generation in his new pianistic-poetic cycle inspired by Joan Miró's Constellations.

 

 

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100 years of Iannis Xenakis

Iannis Xenakis was the one who, in the history of post-war Western music, designed for the first time a formal structure for his works according to the paradigms derived from the mathematical advances of his time.

An emblematic figure of musical innovation for over four creative decades, Iannis Xenakis will be particularly celebrated in the coming season, marking the 20 years of his passing in 2001.

Find below the tribute brochure dedicated to the composer, the first step in a series of upcoming tributes surrounding his work, and, of course dedicated playlists to listen without moderation.

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