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    Christian Benning Percussion Group in Munich

    The Christian Benning Percussion Group performs an Open Air concert at Munich Brunnenhof on 26 June with music by J.S. Bach, Beethoven, Ravel, John Cage, Iannis Xenakis, Casey Cangelosi, Thierry de Mey, Chick Corea etc.

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    Vox Clamantis: OPUS KLASSIK nomination

    Vox Clamantis is nominated for OPUS KLASSIK with the album Cyrillus Kreek: The Suspended Harp of Babel for ECM Records in the category choir music. On 10 October the award celebration will take place at Berlin Konzerthaus.

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    Les Vents Francais: nomination for OPUS KLASSIK

    Les Vents Francais are nominated for OPUS KLASSIK in category Chamber Music 19th century for their album Romantique with music by George Onslow, Louis Spohr and August Klughardt. The award presentation will take place at Konzerthaus Berlin on 10 October.

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    Florian Helgath: 2 nominations for OPUS KLASSIK

    For the two albums Mozart: Requiem with Chorwerk Ruhr, Concerto Köln and soloists for Coviello Records as well as Praetorius & Italy with RIAS Kammerchor and Capella de la Torre for deutsche harmonia mundi  Florian Helgath has been nominated for OPUS KLASSIK in the category choir music. The award presentation will take place at Konzerthaus Berlin on 10 October.

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    Anna-Maria Helsing conducts Eirikdottir's Lisbeta

    Anna-Maria Helsing conducts the new production of Karolina Eiriksdottir's opera Lisbeta at Aland Island Opera (direction: Ida Kronholm) in Mariehamn on 15, 16 and 17 July with soloists and Estonian Sinfonietta.

Anna-Maria Helsing: Principal Guest Conductor of BBC Concert Orchestra until 2024

The BBC Concert Orchestra has extended the tenure of Anna-Maria Helsing as its Principal Guest Conductor until 2024. She conducts four programmes per season. On 6 September 2021 Helsing gives her debut with this orchestra at BBC Proms.

Florian Helgath & Zürcher Sing-Akademie: Concert stream on 11 June

Florian Helgath conducts the Zürcher Sing-Akademie with music by Alfred Schnittke, Josef Rheinberger, Charles Hubert Parry, Knut Nystedt, Giuseppe di Bianco and Burkhard Kinzler on 11 June, 19:30 at Rheinau Klosterkirche. The video is available afterwards yet. Here the link: https://www.sing-akademie.ch/concerts.php

Dorothee Oberlinger & Edin Karamazov: Bach Album

Sony Classical | deutsche harmonia mundi releases the first album of Dorothee Oberlinger and Edin Karamazov with their highly acclaimed programme for recorder and lute by J.S. Bach on 11 June.

https://open.spotify.com/album/3eZhk76QXrZxElox5OY4CW

 

 

Spellermann Prize for Grete Pedersen & The Norwegian Soloists' Choir

Grete Pedersen and The Norwegian Soloists' Choir lately received the renowned Spellermann Prize for their album Lament (compositions by Lars Petter Hagen, Nils Henrik Asheim and Arne Nordheim) on BIS Records.

Peter Sadlo performs "Rhythm is it!" in Ludwigshafen

Peter Sadlo will perform with the percussion group of the Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz in Ludwigshafen two concerts on 4 and 5 June with the programme "Rhythm is it!".

Stockhausen's "Stimmung" with Theatre of Voices

Danish vocal ensemble Theatre of Voices and Paul Hillier perform Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Stimmung at the Bergen International Festival on 3 June.

 

 

Stefan Parkman conducts "Late Night Serenade" in Cologne

Stefan Parkman conducts the WDR Radio Choir Cologne on 30 May in Cologne with Swedish and Scandinavian Choral serenades and folk song arrangements, including

works by Hugo Alfvén, Wilhelm Stenhammar, David Wikander, Edvard Grieg, Peter Erasmus Lange-Müller, Toivo Kuula, Nils Lindberg and spirituals with soprano Barbara Hendricks.

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Peter Sadlo and friends in Homburg/Saar

Peter Sadlo and friends present in Homburg/Saar on 28 May the programme "Percussion Pure" with four percussionists featuring works by Famadi Sako, Iannis Xenakis, Mark Glentworth, John Cage, Thierry de Mey, Steve Reich, Minoru Miki and Claudio Estay.

World premiere in Tallinn: “Adam’s Passion”

Kaljuste performs the premiere of the music theatre production “Adam’s Passion” (direction: Robert Wilson) with the Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, Tallinn

Chamber Orchestra, soloists, actors and dancers in Tallinn on 12 May. Further performances take place on 13, 14 and 16 May.

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Tõnu Kaljuste conducts Swedish Radio Symphony & Choir

Tõnu Kaljuste conducts the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and Swedish Radio Choir in an entire Arvo Pärt programme in Stockholm on 9 May with following pieces: Dopo la Vittoria, Salve Regina and Adam’s Lament.

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