Two of the newest albums of Les Vents Français, Concertante! (with works by Danzi, Mozart, Devienne and Pleyel) and Moderniste (with music by Phillippe Hersant and Thierry Escaich) have been nominated for the award Opus Klassik 2019 in the category Ensemble/Orchestra.
Dorothee Oberlinger and Edin Karamazov perform the J.S. Bach programme for flute and lute in Blaibach Konzerthaus on 10 September.
Grete Pedersen is nominated for the Nordic Council Music Prize 2019. Since 1990, the prize has been awarded alternately each year to a living composer and to
individual artists or ensembles from Scandinavia. Many well-known Nordic musicians and composers such as Mari Boine, Bjork, Palle Mikkelborg, Kaija Saariaho and Eric Ericsson were awarded the prize.Read more
Edin Karamazov is performing a solo recital at Lübecker Lauten Lust Festival in Lübeck on 14 June featuring music by J.S.Bach/Karamazov and Leo Brouwer.
Risto Joost conducts the world premiere of Tonu Korvits' Sei la luce e il mattino, based on a text of Cesare Pavese, with Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir in Tallinn on 16 June.
The Arcis Saxophone Quartet performs in Werdenberg (Switzerland) on 7 June with music by Mendelssohn, Bartok, Ligeti and Manuela Kerer (commission), in Schloss
Seehof | Bamberg on 10 June with The Great Masters and at Liesborner Museumskonzerte together with Raphaela Gromes and Julian Riem on 15 June with The French-American Connection.Read more
Risto Joost conducts the Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra at Festival Hardingtonar in Norheimsund on 7 June featuring Tchaikovsky's Fantasy Overture Romeo
and Juliette, Geirr Tveitt's Concerto for hardanger fiddle and orchestra No. 2 and Edvard Grieg's Symphonic Dances op. 64.Read more
Kaspars Putnins and the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir perform three concerts at Abu Gosh Festival in Israel from 7-9 June with two programmes featuring works by J.S. Bach, Brahms, Ligeti, Mendelssohn, Mahler/Gottwald and Pärt.