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    Grete Pedersen in Ljubljana

    Grete Pedersen conducts the orchestra and choir of the Slovenian Philharmonic and soloists in Ljubljana on 21 January. The programme features Haydn's Nelson Mass, Mahler's Blumine, Mahler/Gottwald/Pedersen's Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen and Norwegian Folksongs.

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    Tonu Kaljuste dirigiert Brussels Philharmonic

    Tonu Kaljuste conducts two concerts with the Brussels Philharmonic and Flemish Radio Choir in Brussels on 26 January and in Antwerp on 27 January within the festivities on the 100th anniversary of Estonia with works by Peteris Vasks, Magnus Lindberg and Arvo Pärt.

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    Tallinn Chamber Orchestra & Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir in Groningen und Brussels

    The Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir under Risto Joost are performing two concerts in Groningen on 25 January and Brussels on 27 January with an Arvo Pärt portrait featuring Cantus in memoriam of Benjamin Britten, Adam's Lament, Fratres and Te Deum.

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    Kaspars Putnins and EPCC in Brussels

    On 28 January Kaspars Putnins and the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir are performing an A Cappella programme featuring pieces by Ülo Krigul, Arvo Pärt, Veljo Tormis as well as the Belgian first performance of Liisa Hirsch's Lines in Brussels.

Eggner Trio returns to Musikverein Graz

The Eggner Trio performs at Musikverein Graz on 30 January Schubert's Trio B flat major op. 99 and Trio E flat major op. 100 (original version) within the trio's 20th anniversary.

Stefan Parkman conducts anniversary concert of WDR Rundfunkchor

Stefan Parkman conducts the 70th anniversary concert of the WDR Rundfunkchor  in Köln on 2 February with milestones of choral music. The concert will be broadcasted on livestream: https://www1.wdr.de/orchester-und-chor/rundfunkchor/konzerte/jubilaeumskonzert-114.ht

Risto Joost conducts Prague Radio Symphony

Risto Joost gives his debut with the Prague Radio Symphony on 5 February with Schumann's Konzertstück for 4 horns and orchestra op. 86, Arvo Pärt's Symphony No. 3 and Sibelius' Lemminkainen Suite op. 22.

Florian Helgath: Grammy nomination for Mansurian Requiem

The recording of Tigran Mansurian's Requiem of the Munich Chamber Orchestra and RIAS Chamber Choir for ECM Records with the preparation of the choir by Florian Helgath has been nominated for a Grammy in the category Best Choral Performance. https://www.grammy.com/grammys/artists/florian-helgath

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trio Chausson & Antony Hermus in Rouen

The Trio Chausson performs Ernest Chausson’s Triple Concerto D major op. 21 (transcription by Mathieu Lamboley) on 13 February with the Orchestre de l’Opera de Rouen under Antony Hermus in Rouen.

Eggner Trio returns to the Wigmore Hall London

The Eggner Trio returns to the Wigmore Hall London on 8 February with three piano trios by Mozart (K. 502, K.564, K.564) and Johann Nepomuk Hummel’s trio in G op. 65. 

Finnish debut performance of Candide by Anna-Maria Helsing

Anna-Maria Helsing conducts the new production of Leonard Bernstein’s Candide at the Vaasa Opera in Finland on 9 January. Further performances take place on 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30 and 31 January, 6 and 7 February.

Debut with Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI Torino

Tonu Kaljuste gives his debut with the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI Torino on 6 February, 20.30 hours. The programme features Claudio Ambrosini, Canzon XIII, 

Canzon I, Sonata XIX ,Einojuhani Rautavaara, Cantus Arcticus op. 61, Sofia Gubaidulina Offertorium for violin and orchestra as well as the Italian first performance of Arvo Pärt’s Swansong and is live transmitted on RAI 3: http://www.rai.tv/dl/RaiTV/popup/player_radio.html?v=3

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Peter Sadlo performs with the Bavarian State Orchestra

Peter Sadlo performs with the Bavarian State Orchestra Ferran Cruixent’s percussion concerto Focs d’Artifici under Omer Meir Wellber in Munich on 2 and 3 February.

Kaspars Putniņš in Copenhagen

Kaspars Putniņš conducts the Danish National Vocal Ensemble in Copenhagen on 30 January and 1 February in two concerts. The programme contrasts Brahms’ Kanon op. 113, Schumann’s Die Lotusblume and Die Capelle with works by Guo Wenjing, Niels Gade, Toru Takemitsu and Toshio Hosokawa.

  • Orchestra
  • Insula Orchestra, Choeur Accentus

  • Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin

  • Avanti! Chamber Orchestra

  • Baskisches Nationalorchester

  • China National Symphony Orchestra

  • Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra

  • Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

  • Orkester Norden

  • Royal Flemish Philharmonic

  • Sinfonia Varsovia

  • Tapiola Sinfonietta

  • Warschauer Philharmoniker

  • Zürcher Kammerorchester

  • Choir
  • Collegium Vocale Gent

  • Eric Ericson Chamber Choir

  • Flemish Radio Choir

  • Nederlands Kamerkoor

  • Windsbacher Knabenchor