Calendar of premieres for December 2022

Calendar of premieres for December 2022


With Meeresstille, a work for two horns and strings, Joan Magrané brings together Schubert, Goethe, and Urgell, a great late-Romantic Catalan painter known for his seascapes, who strongly influenced Miró's work. A true ode to the aquatic element, this work is part of a string of creations focused on nature, demonstrating the composer's link to the concerns of his time. Premiered by the Franz Schubert Filharmonia and conducted by Tomàs Grau at the Enric Granados Auditorium next January, this work opens a year rich in creation for this rsing composer who is rapidly multiplying his prestigious collaborations! 

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"Of all the schools of patience and lucidity, creation is the most effective. To create is to give form to one's destiny. To create is to live twice. Only perhaps creation is a solitary act but so constructive." Albert Camus

The Durand Salabert Eschig publishing house continues to work in search for new horizons in music and wishes you a 2023 rich in musical creation and discovery

Calendar January 2023 : 

Joan Magrané Figuera - Meeresstille (Hommage à Modest Urgell)
for english horn, two horns &strings
World premiere:
January 15, 2023 - Auditori Enric Granados (Lleida - Spain)
January 16, 2023 - 
Palau del Música (Barcelona - Spain)
January 17, 2023 - 
Teatre Fortuny (Reus - Spain)
Franz Schubert Filharmonia
Tomàs Grau, conductor

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Benjamin Attahir - Al Dhikrâ
for string quartet
German premiere: January 20, 2023 - Konzerthaus Berlin
Quatuor Van Kuijk

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Georges Aperghis - Le Petit Chaperon Rouge
Musical theatre for children
Opéra de Paris (Amphithéâtre Olivier Messiaen): January 21 to 27, 2023

Eric Lamberger, clarinets
Patrick Ingueneau, saxophones
Pierre Chalmeau, piano
Teddy Gauliat-Pitois, piano
Axel Delignières, comedian
Arthur Goudal, comedian
Charlotte Nessi, stagging

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Paul Méfano - Mouvement calme & Variations libres
for string quartet
Concert tribute to Paul Méfano at Versailles Conservatory: January 22, 2023
Orchestre à cordes du CRR de Versailles
Michel Pozmanter, conductor

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Germaine Tailleferre, l'oubliée du groupe
Works by Tailleferre, Poulenc, Milhaud, Ravel
Philharmonie de Paris - Cité de la Musique: January 26, 2023
Orchestre de Chambre de Paris
Chloé Dufresne , conductor
Marie Perbost , soprano
Théo Fouchenneret , piano
Valeria Kafelnikov , harp
Florent Pujuila , clarinet
Dominique Reymond , comedian

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Francis Poulenc - La Voix Humaine 
lyrical tragedy in 1 act on a libretto by Jean Cocteau
Philharmonie de Paris: January 27, 2023
Orchestre National de Lille
Alexandre Bloch , conductor
Véronique Gens , soprano
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Benjamin Attahir is nominated in the Composer category of the French Victoires de la Musique Classique for his work Layal, for violin and orchestra! The 30th ceremony will take place beginning of March at the Dijon Auditorium (France) and live broadcasted by French National TV France 3.

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Éric Tanguy - De l’au-delà
for soprano &string orchestra
Arsonic (Mons - Belgium)
Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie
Aurélie Moreels, soprano
Vahan Mardirossian, conductor

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Short reportage about Alexander Raskatov' Time’s River premiere
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Benjamin Attahir © Rui Camilo
Georges Aperghis © Kai Bienert
Joan Magrané Figuera © Daniel Campbell
Francis Poulenc © DR
Germaine Tailleferre © DR

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