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Spotlight on Mieczysław Weinberg in Hamburg

Composer Mieczysław Weinberg would have celebrated his 100th birthday in 2019. A good reason to pay tribute to him with a spotlight focusing on his chamber music in particular. Thus the Brussels-based Quatuor Danel plays all Weinberg's string quartets on a single weekend, in chronological order. Where? Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg/Germany! [read more]


Gediminas Gelgotas at the Reeperbahn Festival!

Save the date: On 19 September, the Reeperbahn Festival 2019 will be presenting a showcase of contemporary classical music in the Resonanzraum of the Hamburg Feldbunker. Under the headline “The State of Modern Classical Music”, four contemporary composers will be playing a selection of their works. Part of the line-up is our Lithuanian composer Gediminas Gelgotas and his ensemble NICO, who will be opening the event at 8 pm with a medley of their works published by Peermusic Classical.   [read more]


Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla on tour with the CBSO

On Thurstday 22 August the City of Birmingham Orchestra and Music Director Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla celebrate the centenary of Mieczysław Weinberg with a rare performance of his Symphony No. 3, a work that combines folk melodies and dances with confessional urgency. [read more]


Proms 2019: London Premiere for Weinberg's Cello Concerto

© Julia Wesely

Proms 2019: Cellist Sol Gabetta joins the BBC Symphony Orchestra to celebrate the centenary of Mieczysław Weinberg, whose Cello Concerto – premiered by Rostropovich in 1957, a decade after it was written – deserves a place alongside those of his great friend and colleague Shostakovich. [read more]


World Premiere for Weinberg in Gohrisch

Save the date: From 20 June 2019, the charming village of Gohrisch in Saxony will be celebrating the 10th Shostakovich Days. Dmitri Shostakovich (1906 - 1975) was a long-term friend and musical confidant of Mieczyslaw Weinberg, which is why we are delighted to see that while the focus in this anniversary year is on the three Russian composers Shostakovich, Prokofiev and Stravinsky, there will also be a premiere of Weinberg’s “Zwei Lieder ohne Worte” for violin and piano, written by the composer in 1947. The concert will feature Linus Roth on the violin and Rosé Gallardo on the piano.   [read more]


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Mieczyslaw Weinberg
Kammersymphonie Nr. 3
12.11.2019 Berlin, Philharmonie Kammermusiksaal
Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin
Gabriel Adorján

Paul Ben-Haim
Three Songs Without Words
12.11.2019 Berlin, Philharmonie Kammermusiksaal
Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin
Gabriel Adorján

Paul Ben-Haim
Concerto for Strings
12.11.2019 Berlin, Philharmonie Kammermusiksaal
Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin
Gabriel Adorján

Agustin Lara
05.11.2019 Bremen, Glocke
11.11.2019 München, Philharmonie
14.11.2019 Wien, Konzerthaus
18.11.2019 Paris, Cite de la musique
Deutsche Staatsphilharmonie Rheinland-Pfalz
Jader Bignamini