Yulianna Avdeeva, sensational first-prize-winner of the famous International Fryderyk Chopin Competition 2010 in Warsaw, is celebrated for her performances that combine intense musicality and emotional depth with a formidable technique and intellectual rigour.
Barcelona is one of the most fascinating cities of the Iberian Peninsula and enchants its visitors with a vivid, multi-faceted cultural life. The leading classical music institutions of the city have joined forces under the name of “Barcelona Obertura – Classic and Lyric”:
The Bavarian Radio Chorus enjoys the highest international esteem for its unique homogenous sound and stylistic versatility. Its repertoire encompasses all periods and genres of choral music: from Medieval motets to contemporary works, from oratorios to opera.
The name Concerto Köln stands for 30 years of exploratory spirit, many highly praised CD recordings and reams of the most important classical music prices like “Midem Classical Award”, “Grammy” or “Diapason d’Or”.
In 2019 the Queen Sonja International Music Competition will take place in Oslo 13–23 August. The next round of applications will begin 15 February 2019, with a deadline of 1 April 2019. The competition is open for young singers (upper age limit is 32 years) from all over the world.
Sir George Benjamin is not only one of the most renowned composers of our times, but also a widely esteemed conductor. In March he conducts Ensemble Modern and the full-size Ensemble Modern Orchestra in seven performances.
The 2019 international Ernst von Siemens Music Prize will be awarded to the British composer Rebecca Saunders. The award, given for lifelong service to music, is accompanied by a prize of €250,000. The presentation ceremony will be held on 7 June 2019 at the Prinzregententheater in Munich.
Be a part of the collective experience Lullaby, imagined by the composer Pascal Dusapin: share your childhood melodies online. It’s the memory of a nursery rhyme, even changed with the passing of time, that we invite you to sing, to whisper...
The French composer and pianist Thierry Pécou and the Ensemble Variances, which he founded, will be guests at the Gaudeamus Music week in Utrecht (NL) on the 7thof September performing "Transcendent or Immanent".