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27 Feb



United Kingdom
 Friday, February 27, 2015 at 7.30pm 
The Songbook
CBSO Centre
Berkley Street. B1 2LF
United Kingdom
http://www.bcmg.org.uk
info@bcmg.org.uk

Conductor: Jonathan Berman
Sopranos: Gillian Keith
Rebecca von Lipinski

BCMG

This special Songbook programme is a rare opportunity to hear a hand-picked selection of 17 songs for soprano and small ensemble, commissioned over a ten year period from the late 1980s by composer/BCMG Artist-in-Association John Woolrich and soprano Mary Wiegold. In addition we celebrate the 75th Sound Investment premiere since the commissioning scheme launched in 1992.

In total, around 200 works were commissioned for The Songbook by inviting composers to write a ‘song’ (whatever that suggested to them in terms of choice of text, duration and musical language) and not a piece of vocal chamber music.

Along with distinguished soloists Gillian Keith and Rebecca von Lipinski, BCMG presents a programme focusing on songs from the collection by European composers (plus an American and an Argentinian) in a concert that helps to establish these pieces as part of the repertoire. Complementing these will be a new ‘song’ by Gerald Barry, himself a brilliant writer for voice as anyone who heard BCMG’s European premiere performances of his acclaimed opera The Importance of Being Earnest in April 2012 will know.

Today, Woolrich and Wiegold’s Songbook compendium is a portrait of what a wide range of composers were up to at the end of the 20th century. Most British composers are represented in the collection, plus music from many other countries, and not just contemporary classical: there are songs by jazz composers (Mike Garrick, Keith Tippett) and rock composers (Joby Talbot and Elvis Costello).

Jonathan Harvey: You
Milton Babbitt: Quatrains
Gerald Barry: Crossing the Bar (world premiere / BCMG Sound Investment commission)
Thomas Adès: Life Story
Kurt Schwertsik: Human Existence…
Der Herr weis was der Wil
singt meine schwäne
Harrison Birtwistle: White and Light
Night
Tenebrae
Olga Neuwirth: The Cartographer Song
Poul Ruders: Alone
Osvaldo Golijov: Sarajevo
Detlev Glanert: Contemplated by a Portrait of a Divine
Niccolo Castiglioni: Vallis Clausa
Salvatore Sciarrino: Due Risvegli e il Vento
Aldo Clementi: Wiegenlied
Franco Donatoni: An angel within my heart


Contemporary Composers : Various

27 Feb



United Kingdom
 Friday, February 27, 2015 at 7.45pm 
SPECTRUM OF SOUND: PART 1
Purcell Room, London
South Bank, London SE1
United Kingdom
08703 800400
http://www.rfh.org.uk

André de Ridder conductor
London Sinfonietta

This two-part series explores the extraordinary advances in sonic manipulation over recent years, from the maverick pioneers of the second half of the 20th century to spectral music of the 21st. Using quarter-tones to destabilise harmony and pulsing rhythms to obscure a sense of meter, yesterday’s composers opened up the possibilities for new directions in tuning and texture, a baton now passed to the mixed-media, computer-led, electronic composers of today.

Iannis Xenakis : Aroura
Claude Vivier : Zipangu
Georg Friedrich Haas : Open Spaces
Mica Levi : New work

28 Feb



United Kingdom
 Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 7.00pm 
Piano Recital - Anthony Green
Schott Recital Room @ Bauer & Hieber
Shaftesbury Avenue
United Kingdom

Tickets: £10 (£7 concessions)
Saturday February 28th 2015, 7.00pm

Piano Recital - Anthony Green

Anthony Green with another concert of contemporary and some repertoire works. He starts with Haydn's Sonata No.58 in C and ends with Beethoven's Waldstein Sonata Op.53. In a sequel to his concert last May he plays the second half of Nick Ray's Symphony in the composer's piano arrangement, and the second half of his own John Cowper Powys Symphony (movements 4-6) arranged for solo piano. Anthony does not know when a full orchestral performance will happen, so this may be the only chance for some time to assess this impressive work. There will also be in the programme Charles Ives' Three Page Sonata and Skalkottas' Reverie in the Old Style and Reverie in the New Style.

Tickets: £10 full, £7 concessions on the door or in advance from 0207 534 0710




Nick Ray : Symphony movements 3 and 4 (piano arrangement by composer)

28 Feb



Scotland
 Saturday, February 28, 2015 at  
Hear and Now
City Halls
Glasgow
Scotland

BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
Roy Amotz MIDI-flute
Saar Berger horn
Sound Intermedia
Matthias Pintscher conductor

…explosante-fixe…, for flute with live electronics and ensemble, was given its UK Premiere in Edinburgh more than 20 years ago by Ensemble InterContemporain. The conductor on that occasion was Pierre Boulez himself, who next month will celebrate his 90th birthday. Here, Matthias Pintscher, Ensemble InterContemporain’s current music director, who is also the BBC SSO’s Artist-in-Association, brings together members of the BBC SSO and guest soloists for an evening which also features a work from one of Pintscher’s composition teachers, Manfred Trojahn, a recent composition from Serbian-born Marko Nikodijevic, and the UK Premiere of a horn concerto from Slovenian-born Vito Žuraj. To be recorded for future broadcast in BBC Radio 3’s Saturday night contemporary music programme, Hear and Now.

Marko Nikodijevic : Cvetic, Kucica…/La Lugubre Gondola
Manfred Trojahn : Herbstmusik/Sinfonischer Satz
Vito Žuraj : Hawk-eye (horn concerto)
Pierre Boulez : ...explosante-fixe...

29 Feb 
 
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4 Mar



United Kingdom
 Wednesday, March 04, 2015 at 1:00PM 
Joey Roukens World Première
Wigmore Hall, London
36 Wigmore St, London W1
United Kingdom
02079352141
http://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk

Britten Sinfonia

Joey Roukens has emerged as one of finest young composers on the Dutch music scene. His works are examples of different genres of music coexisting in a natural way whether it be new or old styles, high culture or popular culture, western or non-western music.

In this hour-long concert we hear a new work from Roukens co-commissioned by Britten Sinfonia and Wigmore Hall alongside music by Lou Harrison and Shostakovich.



Lou Harrison : Varied Trio for violin, piano and percussion
Joey Roukens : New Work
Dmitri Shostakovich : Piano Trio No. 2 in E minor Op. 67

5 Mar



France
 Thursday, March 05, 2015 at  
Solaris
Théâtre des Champs-Élysées
15 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris
France
01 49 52 50 50
http://www.theatrechampselysees.fr
contact@theatrechampselysees.fr

Ensemble intercontemporain
Conductor Erik Nielsen


The Japanese composer Dai Fujikura and the choreographer/stage designer Saburo Teshigawara have created their opera version of "Solaris", creating a sort of "magic" space of the 21st century.

Opera in four acts, Premiere
Commissioned by the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, Opéra de Lille, Opéra de Lausanne, Ensemble intercontemporain, and IRCAM-Centre Pompidou.
Performance in English, subtitled in French.

Solaris (Lit. "sunny" in Latin), the cult novel by Stanislaw Lem written in 1961, has fascinated film makers from Andreï Tarkovski to the American Steven Soderbergh. The surface of the planet Solaris, entirely covered by an ocean, hosts an intelligent extra-terrestrial life form. Using the vehicle of a science fiction adventure, Lem explores and meditates human behavior, hope, and the fantasies of tomorrow.

Thursday, March 5 and Saturday, 7, 2015, 7:30pm / Théâtre des Champs-Élysées



Dai Fujikura : Solaris

5 Mar



United States
 Thursday, March 05, 2015 at 08:00pm 
BMOP Performs Blizzard Voices Concert 3/5
Jordan Hall, Boston
30 Gainsborough Street
United States
617-585-1260
http://www.newenglandconservatory.edu

Tickets: Free
Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP)

The Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP), the nation’s premier orchestra dedicated exclusively to commissioning, performing, and recording new orchestral music, celebrates its continuing relationship with New England Conservatory and the Boston new music community in a concert titled Blizzard Voices. As the New England Conservatory’s affiliate orchestra, BMOP regularly features the talent of NEC students and alumni. The evening includes: the world premiere of Ondine by 2014-15 BMOP/NEC Composition Competition winner Stephanie Ann Boyd; John Harbison’s Concerto for Bass Viol, featuring Boston Symphony Orchestra principal bassist Edwin Barker, and the Boston premiere of Paul Moravec’s The Blizzard Voices with the NEC Concert Choir. Thanks to the generosity of the Gregory E. Bulger Foundation, this concerts is free to the public.

Paul Moravec : Blizzard Voices
Stephanie Ann Boyd : Ondine
John Harbison : Concerto for Bass Viol

6 Mar 
 
7 Mar



United States
 Saturday, March 07, 2015 at 7:00 PM 
CONTACT!: New Music from Nordic Countries
Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York
United States

New York Philharmonic
Alan Gilbert



Per Nørgård : Cello Concerto No. 2, Momentum
Kalevi Aho : Chamber Symphony No. 2
Kaija Saariaho : Terra Memoria for string orchestra
Ðuro Živković : The White Angel

8 Mar



United Kingdom
 Sunday, March 08, 2015 at 7.30pm 
Unsuk Chin: Alice in Wonderland
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891
http://www.barbican.org.uk/eticketing

BBC Symphony Orchestra
Baldur Brönnimann conductor
Netia Jones director / designer and video artist
with illustrations from Ralph Steadman


Lewis Carroll’s beloved, dreamlike stories are startlingly re-imagined in this UK premiere production of Unsuk Chin’s operatic adaptation of Alice in Wonderland.

A glittering and crazed work by Chin and librettist David Henry Hwang, the riotous exhilaration and jet-black humour of the score meet their match tonight in Netia Jones’s tour de force production.

Celebrated for her innovative multimedia creations, including Britten’s Curlew River at St Giles Cripplegate in 2013, director/designer/video artist Jones realises her vision of the composer’s surreal take on Carroll by combining the darkly imaginative illustrations of gonzo-artist Ralph Steadman with live action, interactive animated projections, eye-popping costumes and choreography.

Please note that this production is not suitable for under-12s.



Unsuk Chin : Alice in Wonderland

9 Mar 
 
10 Mar 
 
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12 Mar



United States
 Thursday, March 12, 2015 at 7.30pm 
Beethoven, Berlioz, and Adès
Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center, NYC
Broadway and West 65th Street, Manhattan
United States
(212) 875-5656
http://www.lincolncenter.org

NYPhil

Thomas Adès, conductor
Christianne Stotijn, mezzo-Soprano
Simon Keenlyside, baritone


Composer-conductor Thomas Adès makes his Philharmonic conducting debut, leading the U.S. Premiere of his Totentanz, with mezzo-soprano Christianne Stotijn and baritone Simon Keenlyside, both in their Philharmonic debuts.

Mar 12-14



Ludwig Van Beethoven : Symphony No. 1
Hector Berlioz : Les Francs-juges Overture
Thomas Ades : Totentanz

13 Mar



France
 Friday, March 13, 2015 at 8.30pm 
Les voyages de l'écoute
Maison de la musique de Nanterre
8 r des Anciennes Mairies 92000 NANTERRE
France
01 41 37 94 21
http://www.nanterre.fr/124-maison-de-la-musique.htm

Sylvia Vadimova voice
Anne-Cécile Cuniot flute | Frank Scalisi clarinet | Jean-Luc Ayroles piano | Maud Lovett violin | Barbara Giepner viola | David Simpson cello
Ensemble TM +
Conductor Laurent Cuniot
IRCAM Computer Music Design Serge Lemouton


After giving a voice to "La Muette" based on a tale by the Iranian Chahdortt Djavann, Florence Baschet turns towards Virginia Woolf for her new creation.

The experimental novel The Waves (1931) erases the lines between prose and poetry, giving body to a stream-of-consciousness based on six voices and a mute hero, object of everyone's attention.


Heinz Holliger : t(air)e based on the poems of Hölderlin
Béla Bartók : Musiques nocturnes
Gyorgy Kurtág : Hommage à Schumann
Robert Schumann : Märchenerzählungen, op.132
Florence Baschet : The Waves
Johannes Brahms : Intermezzi

14 Mar



United States
 Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 9:30pm - 10:30pm 
(con)temporary (in)sights: Arthur Kampela
Spectrum
121 Ludlow Street, 2nd floor, NYC
United States
http://https://www.facebook.com/spectrumNYC

Tickets: $20/$15 (at the door)

Arthur Kampela, Voice and guitar
Margaret Lancaster Flute
Jacqui Kerrod Harp
David Byrd-Marrow French Horn
Denise Puricelli Piano
Jenny Lin Piano
Gregor Kitzis Violin
Dan Barrett Cello
Jose Moura Bass



The (con)temporary (in)sights 2015 concert series is proud to present the works of Arthur Kampela as it focuses on challenging works written within the past ~30 years and features musicians of exceptional musicality!

A portrait concert for the polymorphous, Guggenheim winner and DAAD composer/guitarist/singer/songwriter Arthur Kampela to present some of his experimental pieces for solo instruments (“Phalanges" for harp solo, "NOT I," Holographies for horn, player’s voice and light, "Happy Days" for flute and electronics, “ Gestures" for solo violin) “Nosturnos” for piano solo and his avant-pop tunes that "percolates” through atonal Bossa-Novas and complex sambas.


Arthur Kampela : Percussion Study
Arthur Kampela : Phalanges
Arthur Kampela : NOT I
Arthur Kampela : Happy Days
Arthur Kampela : Gestures
Arthur Kampela : Nosturnos

15 Mar 
 
16 Mar 
 
17 Mar



United States
 Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at 08:00pm 
Accordionist Guy Klucevsek Performs Weeklong at The Stone 3/17-22
The Stone, NYC
The corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street
United States
http://www.thestonenyc.com

Tickets: $20
Guy Klucevsek

John Zorn’s renowned THE STONE presents Guy Klucevsek | A 40 Year Composer Retrospective — a weeklong residency performed and curated by composer/accordionist Guy Klucevsek. For six consecutive nights, some of today’s top artists from both the jazz and new music scene join Klucevsek in performing his pieces written over the past four decades (1972-2014), including three world premieres and seven New York premieres.

Guy Klucevsek : For the First Time

18 Mar



Wales
 Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 7.30pm 
Vale of Glamorgan Festival - Festival Preview
BBC Hoddinott Hall
Cardiff
Wales

BBC National Orchestra of Wales
Clark Rundell Conductor
David Cowley Oboe

Join the BBC National Orchestra of Wales to explore the music of composers featured in this year’s Vale of Glamorgan Festival. They pay tribute to Britten, Schubert and the powerfully primitive world of Cornish painter Alfred Wallis. Radio 3’s Stephen Johnson is on hand to guide us through with his trademark infectious and learned enthusiasm.
Tickets: £10


Richard Ayres : No. 40 (NONcerto for oboe)
Dobrinka Tabakova : Fantasy Homage to Schubert
Arvo Pärt : Cantus in memoriam Benjamin Britten
Richard Ayres : No. 37b: I. Alfred Wallis (in paradise)

18 Mar



United States
 Wednesday, March 18, 2015 at 08:00pm 
Accordionist Guy Klucevsek Performs Weeklong at The Stone 3/17-22
The Stone, NYC
The corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street
United States
http://www.thestonenyc.com

Tickets: $20
Guy Klucevsek

John Zorn’s renowned THE STONE presents Guy Klucevsek | A 40 Year Composer Retrospective — a weeklong residency performed and curated by composer/accordionist Guy Klucevsek. For six consecutive nights, some of today’s top artists from both the jazz and new music scene join Klucevsek in performing his pieces written over the past four decades (1972-2014), including three world premieres and seven New York premieres.

Guy Klucevsek : For the First Time

19 Mar



United States
 Thursday, March 19, 2015 at 08:00pm 
Accordionist Guy Klucevsek Performs Weeklong at The Stone 3/17-22
The Stone, NYC
The corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street
United States
http://www.thestonenyc.com

Tickets: $20
Guy Klucevsek

John Zorn’s renowned THE STONE presents Guy Klucevsek | A 40 Year Composer Retrospective — a weeklong residency performed and curated by composer/accordionist Guy Klucevsek. For six consecutive nights, some of today’s top artists from both the jazz and new music scene join Klucevsek in performing his pieces written over the past four decades (1972-2014), including three world premieres and seven New York premieres.

Guy Klucevsek : For the First Time

19 Mar



United Kingdom
 Thursday, March 19, 2015 at 7.30pm 
Magnus Lindberg World Première
Wigmore Hall, London
36 Wigmore St, London W1
United Kingdom
02079352141
http://www.wigmore-hall.org.uk

Leila Josefowicz violin
John Novacek piano


Schumann’s subjective reflections and the personal psychological torments expressed in his Violin Sonata No. 1 set the concentrated mood for this recital.

Leila Josefowicz and John Novacek also bring Magnus Lindberg’s Wigmore Hall commission to life and explore the pulsating rhythms and shifting patterns of John Adams’s Road Movies. Estonian composer Erkki-Sven Tüür’s rip-roaring Conversio completes this irresistible programme mix.



Robert Schumann : Sonata for violin and piano No. 1 in A minor Op. 105
Magnus Lindberg : New Work
Erkki-Sven Tüür : Conversio
John Adams : Road Movies

20 Mar



Scotland
 Friday, March 20, 2015 at 7.30pm 
RSNO An American in Paris
Usher Hall
Edinburgh
Scotland

RSNO
Peter Oundjian Conductor
Robert McDuffie Violin


Big tunes for a big country. American composers always think larger-than-life, and whether it’s Samuel Barber flexing his muscles in a powerful First Symphony, Leonard Bernstein turning a booze-up into a
violin concerto (starring New York’s own Robert McDuffie), or George Gershwin swinging his way through jazz-age Paris, one thing’s for sure: you’re in for great tunes and serious entertainment. It’s going to
be an awesome party – and with Peter Oundjian conducting, you’re all invited!
Pre-concert talk 6.45pm

£37 | £27.00 | £20.00 | £15.50 | £12.00 | Concessions and group discounts available


John Adams : Tromba Lontana
Leonard Bernstein : Serenade after Plato's Symposium
Samuel Barber : Symphony No1
George Gershwin : An American in Paris

20 Mar



United States
 Friday, March 20, 2015 at 7:30 pm 
Equinox
Turner Hall
1040 N 4th St
United States
414-271-0711
http://www.presentmusic.org/concerts/equinox.aspx
emwoehlke@presentmusic.org

Tickets: $15-$35
Present Music
Hearing Voices

Come out of the dark as Present Music celebrates the journey through the equinox in this multimedia event. Featuring the Hearing Voices vocal ensemble, live art by UWM faculty artists Dean Valadez and Brooke Thiele, visual artist Shannon Molter, and the world première of Molly Joyce's Luminescence, commissioned by Present Music. (Program subject to change.)


20 Mar



United States
 Friday, March 20, 2015 at 7.30pm 
Equinox
Turner Hall Ballroom
Milwaukee, WI
United States

Hearing Voices vocal ensemble

Come out of the dark as Present Music celebrates the journey through the equinox in this multimedia event. Featuring the Hearing Voices vocal ensemble, live art by UWM faculty artists Dean Valadez, Brooke Thiele and Lilly Czarnecki Coyle, and visual artist Shannon Molter, and the world première of Molly Joyce's Luminescence, commissioned by Present Music. (Program subject to change.)



Osvaldo Golijov : Tenebrae
Aulis Sallinen : Winter Was Hard
John Tavener : One Who Has Slept
John Adams : The Light Within
Ken Thompson : Thaw
David Lang : evening morning day
David Lang : evening morning day
Molly Joyce : Luminescence
Elena Kats-Chernin : Spring from The Seasons
Astor Piazzolla : Spring from The Four Seasons

20 Mar



United States
 Friday, March 20, 2015 at 08:00pm 
Accordionist Guy Klucevsek Performs Weeklong at The Stone 3/17-22
The Stone, NYC
The corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street
United States
http://www.thestonenyc.com

Tickets: $20
Guy Klucevsek

John Zorn’s renowned THE STONE presents Guy Klucevsek | A 40 Year Composer Retrospective — a weeklong residency performed and curated by composer/accordionist Guy Klucevsek. For six consecutive nights, some of today’s top artists from both the jazz and new music scene join Klucevsek in performing his pieces written over the past four decades (1972-2014), including three world premieres and seven New York premieres.

Guy Klucevsek : For the First Time

21 Mar



United States
 Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 08:00pm 
Accordionist Guy Klucevsek Performs Weeklong at The Stone 3/17-22
The Stone, NYC
The corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street
United States
http://www.thestonenyc.com

Tickets: $20
Guy Klucevsek

John Zorn’s renowned THE STONE presents Guy Klucevsek | A 40 Year Composer Retrospective — a weeklong residency performed and curated by composer/accordionist Guy Klucevsek. For six consecutive nights, some of today’s top artists from both the jazz and new music scene join Klucevsek in performing his pieces written over the past four decades (1972-2014), including three world premieres and seven New York premieres.

Guy Klucevsek : For the First Time

21 Mar



United States
 Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 07:30pm-09:00pm 
ETHEL, Kaki King + John King Together at Ecstatic Music Fest 3.21
Merkin Concert Hall
129 W. 67th St
United States
212 501 3330
http://kaufman-center.org/mch

Tickets: $25
ETHEL
Kaki King
John King

A New Sounds Live co-presentation hosted by WNYC’s John Schaefer
Presented by Kaufman Music Center at Merkin Concert Hall

Three of today’s top contemporary composer/performers join forces to build on previous collaborations and premiere a new work. It’s a trio unlike any other – a combination of the effusive, white-hot power of America’s premier string quartet ETHEL raw, emotionally charged picking and pounding of guitarist Kaki King; and complex harmonies and structures of composer/guitarist/violist John King. This eclectic program includes world premieres written both individually and collaboratively, as well as some existing pieces, peppered by guitars, dobros, banjos and ouds.



21 Mar



United Kingdom
 Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 7.00pm 

The Rag Factory
16-18 Heneage Street, London E1 5LJ
United Kingdom

Tickets: £10. Concessions £7.
Contakt:
Kerry Andrews: cello
Paul Burnell: oboe, percussion
Karen Burnell: tenor horn, percussion
Deborah Edwards: piano, recorder
Derek Foster: piano, vibraphone
Ilze Ikse: flute


A celebration of the continuing influence of the ideas and works of John Cage.

Paul Burnell : An Accompanied Reading of Jonathan Harker's Journal from 'Dracula'
Kerry Andrews : (e[state)s]
Deborah Broderick Edwards : Dream On
Deborah Broderick Edwards : questions, questions, questions
Derek Foster : Cage is a four-letter word
John Cage : One4
John Cage : Dream
John Cage : Five
John Cage : One12
John Cage : Cheap Imitation
John Cage : Music for Carillon No. 1
John Cage : Flute solo from Concert for Piano and Orchestra

21 Mar



Netherlands
 Saturday, March 21, 2015 at 21:00 
Calefax Rietkwintet
Concertgebouw, Amsterdam
Het Concertgebouw, Concertgebouwplein 2-7, 1071 LN Amsterdam
Netherlands
http://www.concertgebouw.nl

Calefax Rietkwintet


Herzog jr. / Holiday / Dolphy - God Bless the Child (arr. R. Hekkema)
Veldhuis - Billie
Rzewski - Reeds
Nancarrow - Study #2a (rietkwintet) (uit 'Studies for Player Piano') (arr. R. Hekkema)
Nancarrow - Study #6 (rietkwintet) (uit 'Studies for Player Piano') (arr. R. Hekkema)
Nancarrow - Study #3c (rietkwintet) (uit 'Studies for Player Piano') (arr. R. Hekkema)
Smith - Dueling Banjo's (arr. O. Boekhoorn)
Muhly - Look for Me (In opdracht van Het Koninklijk Concertgebouw en Calefax Rietkwintet)
Reich - Vermont Counterpoint (arr. R. Hekkema)


Contemporary Composers : Various

21 Mar



United Kingdom
 Saturday, March 21, 2015 at Various times, all day 
Total Immersion: Boulez at 90
Barbican Hall, London
Barbican, Silk Street, London EC2
United Kingdom
020 7638 8891
http://www.barbican.org.uk/eticketing



Pierre Boulez is one of the most important voices in post-war European culture. As a composer he has defined the sound of 20th and 21st century music; as conductor he has re-defined the possibilities of Mahler, Wagner and more; as cultural thinker he has shaken up the establishment; and as a teacher he has inspired the next generation. In 2015 we celebrate his 90th year with a BBC Symphony Orchestra Total Immersion day and concerts by the London Symphony Orchestra and the pioneering Ensemble Intercontemporain, founded by Boulez himself in 1976.

https://www.barbican.org.uk/classical1415/about-the-season/boulez-at-90


Pierre Boulez : Various

22 Mar



United States
 Sunday, March 22, 2015 at 08:00pm 
Accordionist Guy Klucevsek Performs Weeklong at The Stone 3/17-22
The Stone, NYC
The corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street
United States
http://www.thestonenyc.com

Tickets: $20
Guy Klucevsek

John Zorn’s renowned THE STONE presents Guy Klucevsek | A 40 Year Composer Retrospective — a weeklong residency performed and curated by composer/accordionist Guy Klucevsek. For six consecutive nights, some of today’s top artists from both the jazz and new music scene join Klucevsek in performing his pieces written over the past four decades (1972-2014), including three world premieres and seven New York premieres.

Guy Klucevsek : For the First Time

23 Mar 
 
24 Mar 
 
25 Mar



United States
 Wednesday, March 25, 2015 at 8:00pm + 10:00pm 
Composer/Percussionist Lukas Ligeti Weeklong Residency at The Stone
The Stone, NYC
The corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street
United States
http://www.thestonenyc.com

Tickets: $15
Lukas Ligeti and more

A champion of intercultural music and arguably one of the world’s most ingenious composers, Lukas Ligeti is celebrating with a weeklong Stone residency March 31-April 5. Sets at 8 + 10pm. Guest artists range from Marilyn Crispell (piano) to Susie Ibarra (percussion) and Eyal Maoz (guitar).


Lukas Ligeti : tbd

26 Mar



United States
 Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 8pm + 10pm 
Composer/Percussionist Lukas Ligeti Weeklong Residency at The Stone
The Stone, NYC
The corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street
United States
http://www.thestonenyc.com

Tickets: $15
Lukas Ligeti and more

A champion of intercultural music and arguably one of the world’s most ingenious composers, Lukas Ligeti is celebrating with a weeklong Stone residency March 31-April 5. Sets at 8 + 10pm. Guest artists range from Marilyn Crispell (piano) to Susie Ibarra (percussion) and Eyal Maoz (guitar).


Lukas Ligeti : tbd

26 Mar



Austria
 Thursday, March 26, 2015 at 7.30pm 
ORF RSO Wien
Musikverein, Vienna
Bösendorferstr. 12, 1010 Wien, Österreich
Austria
+43 1 505 81 90
http://www.musikverein.at/startseite.asp
tickets@musikverein.at

ORF RSO Wien
Cornelius Meister, Dirigent



Pierre Boulez : Figures - Doubles - Prismes
Frank Martin : Konzert für sieben Bläser, Schlagwerk und Orchester
Richard Strauss : Symphonia domestica für großes Orchester, op. 53

27 Mar



United States
 Friday, March 27, 2015 at 8pm + 10pm 
Composer/Percussionist Lukas Ligeti Weeklong Residency at The Stone
The Stone, NYC
The corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street
United States
http://www.thestonenyc.com

Tickets: $15
Lukas Ligeti and more

A champion of intercultural music and arguably one of the world’s most ingenious composers, Lukas Ligeti is celebrating with a weeklong Stone residency March 31-April 5. Sets at 8 + 10pm. Guest artists range from Marilyn Crispell (piano) to Susie Ibarra (percussion) and Eyal Maoz (guitar).


Lukas Ligeti : tbd

28 Mar



United States
 Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 8pm + 10pm 
Composer/Percussionist Lukas Ligeti Weeklong Residency at The Stone
The Stone, NYC
The corner of Avenue C and 2nd Street
United States
http://www.thestonenyc.com

Tickets: $15
Lukas Ligeti and more

A champion of intercultural music and arguably one of the world’s most ingenious composers, Lukas Ligeti is celebrating with a weeklong Stone residency March 31-April 5. Sets at 8 + 10pm. Guest artists range from Marilyn Crispell (piano) to Susie Ibarra (percussion) and Eyal Maoz (guitar).


Lukas Ligeti : tbd

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