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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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20 NovLeopold Mozart: strict father or brilliant pedagogue?


On November 14th, Leopold Mozart’s 300th birthday was celebrated. For a long time, the father of Nannerl and Wolfgang was portrayed…

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22 SepThe first circumnavigation of the world started 500 years ago with Christ and cannons.


With Magellan as General Captain, five ships set sail from Sanlúcar de Barrameda on 20 September 1519. He and his crew…

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20 SepAlexander von Humboldt – World Citizen and Universal Genius


The most dangerous of all worldviews is the worldview of people who have not looked at the world This year marks…

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