By: Helmut Schwaiger

19 Mar30 years music publisher Bernaerts Music BVBA


Frank Bernaerts has been distributing his compositions and arrangements since 1989. Frank Bernaerts was born on 28 February 1967 in Willebroek…

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15 MarWind Band Music in Austrian Tradition with a Breeze of Bohemia


Music for wind bands from the mountains with the Hans Koller wind orchestra The CD “Blasmusik aus den Bergen” presents 18…

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13 Marprima la musica – Successful since 1995


In Austria so far 100,000 children and young people have taken part in the competitions! Prima la Musica’s Austrian youth music…

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12 MarIt’s been a very long road, a hard fight. (M. Gielen)


Conductor Michael Gielen 91-year-old deceased Born in Dresden (Germany), conductor and composer Michael Gielen died at the age of 91 at…

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11 MarNew star in the publishing sky?


Gabriel Nicolás Mendieta Correa – sounds Spanish, but is German. Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany) is the seat of a new publishing…

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10 MarLetter from Japan, or – how a conductor becomes a tamer


Interesting works – rarely heard Under the motto “listened – played” we want to present extraordinary works from case to case,…

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07 MarThe highly decorated musician, composer and conductor André Previn is dead.


The German-American musician André Previn died at the age of 89. André Previn was one of the most important conductors of…

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27 FebWhy is Billy Bluemoon afraid of cacti?


What do cacti and a stolen gramophone have in common? Of course: the needle. And Billy Bluemoon is terrified of these…

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27 FebCorpus Christi – a high festival in the Catholic church year


Celebration of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ In the liturgy the feast is called “High Feast of the…

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27 FebA concert without applause?


The whole orchestra is excited. The concert begins. First title – well played. But there is no applause. After the second title: no applause. The conductor and the musicians are nervous. What’s the matter, everyone asks themselves?

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