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Tamara Stefanovich - new album "Influences"

Tamara Stefanovich dedicates her first solo album with Pentatone to works by Ives, Bartók, Messiaen and Bach - composers who have long accompanied and influenced her career.

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"Wagner Readings" with Sophie Harmsen transform Romantic music listening habits

In the second “Wagner Readings” concert, Kent Nagano and Concerto Köln continued to delve even deeper into Richard Wagner's soundscapes.

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Carola Reul to be new managing director of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie

On 15 May 2019, Carola Reul will become Managing Director of the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie, after being unanimously appointed by the general assembly of the membership.

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Junge Deutsche Philharmonie on spring tour with Jörg Widmann

On its spring tour, the Junge Deutsche Philharmonie once again demonstrated that it summons together the orchestra professionals of tomorrow. In March, the young musicians and Jörg Widmann embarked on a collaborative tour and made guest appearances in Germany's major concert halls.

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"Too much of a good thing is wonderful" – "Serse" with Franco Fagioli

The 42nd Karlsruhe International Handel Festival was a resounding success with Franco Fagioli in the title role of "Serse", staged by Max Emanuel Cenčić – who also took on the role of Arsamene. In summary: five sold out performances, jubilant audiences and superb reviews.

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Record-high number of applicants for The Queen Sonja International Music Competition

A sparkling bouquet of 304 singers from 49 nations have applied to take part in this year's Competition in Oslo, 13 – 23 August. The Scandinavian screening jury will evaluate all applications during April. In early May, QSIMC will invite around 40 singers to take part in the Competition in August.

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