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Sarah Willis presents our annual ChristmasConcert, this time featuring the world famous12 Cellists of the Berlin Philharmonic.
After a successful opening at the Sydney Opera House in November 2010 this is the second OnTOUR-project reflecting the music of Gustav Mahler.
Lang Lang in rehearsal with 100 piano students.
In this project young students will be introduced to the compositional preoccupations of Ligeti in San Francisco Polyphony.
This creative dance and music project stems from the Alla turca chamber music series of the orchestra.
Glorious Percussion by Sofia Gubaidulina is the basis for this first project of the season.
Just as Brahms sought a new form and message with his Ein deutsches Requiem, so students will continue this search and investigate various rituals of mourning and closure in different societies.
Each of the five movements of "Death of Light / Light of Death" by Jonathan Harvey depicts a figure in Grünewald’s famous Isenheim Altarpiece. The altarpiece itself will be the basis for discussion by students...
Carl Orff's Carmina Burana is based on medieval texts dealing with happiness, intoxication, gluttony, hedonism, love and the inescapable wheel of fortune.
Education Project for high schools for "Ringed by the Flat Horizon" by George Benjamin.
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