Sony Classical releases the new album Trip to America by German Brass on 6 September featuring music by Gershwin, Bernstein, Copland, Barber and Porter.
Risto Joost conducts the MDR Leipzig Radio Symphony and Choir in Leipzig on 29 September with Beethoven's Overture Fidelio, Symphony No. 4 and Mendelssohn's Die erste Walpurgisnacht joined by soloists.
Rachmaninov Trio No 1 in G minor, Félicien David Trio No 3 in C minor, Schubert Notturno E flat major and Cécile Chaminade Trio No 2 in a minor.Read more
Together with Amihai Grosz, principle viola of Berlin Philharmonic and one of the founding members of the Jerusalem String Quartet, the Austrian Piano Trio will
perform ten concerts from 14 to 25 September, among others in Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch.The tour programme includes piano quartets by Mozart (K.478 and K.493), Schumann (op. 47) and Dvorák (op. 87) as well as piano trio by Beethoven (op. 70/1 "Ghost") and Schumann (op. 110). DetailsRead more
The young and aspiring conductor leads the SWR Vocal Ensemble and the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra with a concert in Fellbach on September 12 honouring the Estonian composer Arvo Pärts. On the programme are Orient & Occident, Magnificat, Adam's Lament, Fratres and Te Deum.
Under the baton of Tõnu Kaljuste, the choir will perform Arvo Pärt's sacred master piece Kanon Pokajanen at Wroclaw's University Church on September 7. Further concerts on September 6 and 8 in Lower Silesia. In 1998
ECM released a recording of the Canon of Repentance sung by the EPCC under Tõnu Kaljuste, the choir's chief conductor at that time, one of the most highly valued CD recordings of the choir.Read more
Anna-Maria Helsing gives her debut with the Gävle Symphony Orchestra. The programme of the special concert for subsribers and invited guests on September 3 includes a dance suite from Hilding Rosenberg's Ballet op. 75, Mozart's Violin Concerto No 3 and Shostakovich's Ballet Suite No 1.
The five-member ensemble presents on August 1 at the Kurfürstliche Palais Trier his latest programme Bach, Rhythm and more. A walk on the border between old and new, classical music and jazz, melody and rhythm. Concert review