In: Recommendations

26 MarA quick tongue…


We are constantly updating, supplementing and adding new works. Sometimes you come across works where you think “Man, that’s been around…

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11 MarWASBE-Conference 2021


The “World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles (WASBE)” is the world’s only organization of wind music conductors, composers, performers, publishers,…

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03 MarMusic on the run


When people flee, culture flees with them. So does music. I experienced it myself when Syrian singers who I had invited to one of my concerts performed. They sang “Kobane, Kobane”, a song about their destroyed hometown. Every country, every city has its songs. And now they’re on the run again. I guess it’s up to the politicians to find a solution to the refugee problem. But there has to be an underlying insight: Refugees are people. If you want to address this topic at a concert, we have set up a link for you:

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19 FebMiMuFa – an abbreviation for new publisher.


Michael Nover began his musical career at the Jugendmusikschule Neuss and then studied saxophone as his main subject at the Hochschule…

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27 Jan75 years liberation of Auschwitz


Can one bring the horror to the stage? On 27 January 1945, the Russian army liberated the Auschwitz concentration camp –…

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28 DecAnnual regents 2020


Nearly 100 composers have a round birthday in 2020 (100/200/300 etc.) and about 30 are celebrating the anniversary of their death….

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25 NovYou don’t tell the age of a lady….


The Grande Dame des Rhythm and Blues celebrates a round birthday. Of course we won’t tell you what she’s like. We…

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22 NovViennese Ronacher Theater: CATS – A legend returns!


The German-language premiere took place directly after London and New York in Vienna and ran for seven years without interruption. And…

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22 NovPatron saint of musicians: Saint Cecilia of Rome


According to ecclesiastical tradition, Saint Cecilia (Ceacilia) was a virgin and martyr who lived in Rome in the 3rd century and…

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20 NovVienna was celebrating, while a drama ended in Stalingrad.


On November 19, 1942, the Russians began a pincer-shaped large-scale offensive in Stalingrad in the northwest and south of the city….

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