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Dame Evelyn Glennie to Premiere New Concerto by Vincent Ho

Dame Evelyn Glennie will be performing the world premiere of Vincent Ho’s new percussion concerto From Darkness to Light: A Spiritual Journey with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra at their New Music Festival in 2013. The new work will feature in a programme with The Desert Music by Steve Reich, the festival’s Distinguished Guest Composer. Also featuring in the festival [...]

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From the Song of Songs Features in New Jersey

Christos Hatzis’ From the Song of Songs for alto, tenor, baroque orchestra and choir features this week in a concert presented by the Arcadian Chorale, led by Musical and Artistic Director, Marina Alexander. The title of their programme is ‘Voice of the Turtle Dove’ and features Hatzis’ work alongside Bach’s Cantata #140, “Wachet auf” and renaissance works [...]

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Violinist Lara St. John Commissions Psathas

Star violinist Lara St John has commissioned John Psathas to transcribe and arrange two works for violin and piano. Lara St. John will first perform the new arrangements, both based on Greek folk songs, at a recital with pianist-composer Martin Kennedy at The Lyric Theatre, Stuart, Florida, USA on 27 March 2013. This recital will [...]

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Competition Winner Tours with Work by Vincent Ho

Cellist Brian Yoon of Victoria, Canada is performing a 10-concert Canadian tour from November 4-25 as first-prize winner of the 35th Eckhardt-Gramatté National Music Competition. Yoon is featuring Stigmata for solo cello by Vincent Ho as part of his programme, alongside newly commissioned work, String Theory by John Burge, and others by Elizabeth Raum, Francis Poulenc and Gary Kulesha. Twenty-five [...]

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Pyrrichean Dances by Christos Hatzis in Vienna with Wiener Concert Verein

Pyrrichean Dances by Christos Hatzis featured in two performances this week presented by the Wiener Concert-Verein (Vienna Concert Society) on 12 & 13 November in Vienna, Austria. The work is a double concerto for viola, percussion and string orchestra. Soloists Werner Frank (viola) and Thomas Schindl (percussion) performed the work with the chamber orchestra under the direction of [...]

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Melbourne Festival Premieres New Dance Work with Music by Farr

Fault Lines, a new collaborative dance work with music by Gareth Farr, premiered at Melbourne Festival on 11 October. It is a special international project that brings together performers and creative professionals from Australia, China and New Zealand. Fault Lines is an intimate and personal response to the earthquakes in the Sichuan Province of China in 2008 [...]

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Windsor Symphony Presents Their Debut of City Suite by Vincent Ho

This week Windsor Symphony presents their debut of Vincent Ho’s cello concerto City Suite with soloist Shauna Rolston on Saturday 13 October and Sunday 14 October at Capitol Theatre. Windsor Symphony co-commissioned the new work with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra with funding support from the Winnipeg Arts Council. Conductor Kevin Rhodes leads the orchestra for this programme, which [...]

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Telluric Dances for Oboe & Piano Now Available

We are pleased to announce an arrangement of Telluric Dances is now available for purchase. This concerto has been wowing orchestral audiences with its blend of exotic and virtuosic oboe writing. Now recital performance is possible with this arrangement for oboe and piano. Order your copy of Telluric Dances today. Telluric Dances is among Hatzis’ finest works. It was written for [...]

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Tributes to Larry Pruden, Marking the 30th Anniversary of His Death

Today marks the 30th anniversary of composer Larry Pruden’s death. In tribute to the composer, Radio New Zealand Concert (RNZC) will be featuring a special interview with his widow Penny on the music news and current affairs programme, Upbeat (12:00pm - 1:30pm). The music of Larry Pruden will also feature in the Made in New Zealand programme with recordings [...]

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East Asian Premiere for Farr's Piano Trio, Mondo Rondo

Gareth Farr’s Mondo Rondo for piano trio makes an East Asian debut this week with a performance by NZTrio on 25 September at National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan. The ensemble has included Farr’s work as part of their tour to Taiwan with two two other performances of the final movement in Taipei and Hualien. Mondo Rondo has [...]

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