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New addition US Premieres of van der Aa’s Sunken Garden and Violin Concerto in March  
New addition John Adams to Serve on Inaugural Sun-Law Villaume Fellowship Jury  
New addition Dallas Symphony Performs US Premiere of MacMillan’s Trombone Concerto  
New addition Mark-Anthony Turnage: interview introducing Coraline  
New addition Music by John Adams opens Call Me By Your Name  
New addition World Premiere of Meredith Monk’s Cellular Songs at BAM  
New addition David T. Little’s Provocative JFK Opera Dazzles in Montreal  
New addition Christopher Rouse: reviews of Berceuse Infinie in Baltimore  
New addition Sean Shepherd’s Art-Inspired Express Abstractionism Premieres with Boston Symphony  
New addition Thom Willems: music for Forsythe's The Second Detail  
New addition Sebastian Currier: reviews of RE-FORMATION in Minneapolis  
New addition Iris ter Schiphorst: Lacan's Imaginary crosses boundaries  
New addition Brett Dean: Hamlet on UK tour and at Adelaide Festival  
New addition Unsuk Chin travels to Metropolis festival in Melbourne  
New addition John Adams: reviews of Girls of the Golden West premiere staging in San Francisco  
New addition Rautavaara's last completed work: In the Beginning  
New addition HK Gruber: 75th celebrations in Stockholm, Vienna and Frankfurt  
New addition James MacMillan: The Sun Danced premiere in Portugal  
New addition Magnus Lindberg: reviews of TEMPUS FUGIT in Helsinki  
New addition Daniel Barenboim premieres Borowski's Stretta in Berlin  
New addition Claude Vivier: Reviews of Music of the End in Toronto  
New addition Universal and Sony Release Commemorative Bernstein Box Sets  
New addition WGBH Launches with “The Bernstein Experience”  
HK Gruber: 75th birthday celebrations for his music  
World Premiere Recording of Steve Reich’s Pulse / Quartet Releases February 2  
Currier’s RE-FORMATION Listed in New York Times’ Best Classical Music Performances of 2017  
Vivier: Reviews for Musik für das Ende  
Clyne Explores Arts Collaboration with Berkeley Symphony Residency  
Girls of the Golden West Premieres at San Francisco Opera  
Boosey Works Nominated for GRAMMY Awards  
New Jenkins World Premiere Celebrates 10th Anniversary of DCINY  
Little’s JFK Travels to Opéra de Montréal  
Stravinsky's Funeral Song: Decca announces first recording  
Bernstein 100: Rattle concerts and Total Immersion in London  
Six classic Britten films by Tony Palmer in a new box set  
Lindberg’s TEMPUS FUGIT celebrates Finnish centenary  
Gottfried von Einem's centenary takes the stage in 2018  
Ensemble Signal Announces Multi-Year Steve Reich Project  
London salutes Leonard Bernstein for his centennial  
Anna Clyne's Beltane for orchestra premiered in Glasgow  
Daniel Barenboim premieres new works by Borowski  
Rouse and Alsop Celebrate Longtime Partnership with Premiere of Berceuse Infinie  
David T. Little's tribute to Lou Harrison in Cabrillo  
Stravinsky: rediscovered Funeral Song reaches 100  
Elena Kats-Chernin: premieres in Melbourne residency  
Detlev Glanert: new version of Leyla and Medjnun in Hannover  
Xenakis: Bieito stages classic Oresteia in Basel  
Elliott Carter's late works on acclaimed Ondine disc  
Unsuk Chin: Chorós Chordón for Simon Rattle tour  
Steven Mackey: Mnemosyne's Pool travels to Sydney  
Ensemble Signal Performs All-Reich Concerts in NY and Washington, DC  
Unsuk Chin awarded the 2017 Wihuri Sibelius Prize  
Oregon Symphony Gives World Premiere of Turnage’s Symphonic Movements  
World Premiere Staged Production of Vivier’s Musik für das Ende  
Critical Acclaim for Van der Aa’s Blank Out  
San Francisco Opera Hosts Girls of the Golden West Ancillary Events  
HK Gruber in spotlight at Stockholm Composer Festival  
Kim André Arnesen signs with Boosey & Hawkes  
Turnage Shadow Walker in Istanbul and on tour  
James MacMillan: The Sun Danced celebrates Fátima centenary  
Birtwistle's Deep Time: reviews from Berlin and London  
Mackey's Through Your Fingers Premieres at Carnegie Hall with Alisa Weilerstein and Inon Barnatan  
Karl Jenkins signs Decca contract with Symphonic Adiemus  
Contemporary Choral Series: new 2CD sampler  
Anna Clyne describes her route to symphonic music  
Qigang Chen: performances from Beijing to the West  
Nonesuch Releases Live Recording of Andriessen's 'Theatre of the World'  
New Del Tredici Recordings and Orchestra Residency in 17–18  
Michel van der Aa: Four Major U.S. Premieres in 17–18 Season  
Dominick Argento at 90 Celebration at Carnegie Hall  
2017/18 Highlights from Boosey & Hawkes London  
2017/18 Highlights from Boosey & Hawkes New York  
Karl Jenkins introduces Symphonic Adiemus on tour  
John Adams introduces Girls of the Golden West  
Mark-Anthony Turnage: Hibiki European premiere at the Proms  
New Recording of Elliott Carter’s Late Works: Interview with Virgil Blackwell  
Beethoven 2020 anniversary: works inspired across the centuries  
B&H Publications Win Multiple Paul Revere Awards  
World-Premiere Recording of Ned Rorem’s Our Town Released  
David T. Little’s The Conjured Life Premieres at Cabrillo Festival  
James MacMillan: A European Requiem at the BBC Proms  
Brett Dean: successful Hamlet premiere at Glyndebourne  
Birtwistle’s Deep Time: from Berlin to the BBC Proms  
US Premiere of Valtinoni’s The Snow Queen for Children  
US Summer Festival Highlights in 2017  
Critical Acclaim for Worldwide Premieres of Stravinsky’s Funeral Song  
Sebastian Currier: Composer-in-Residence at Chelsea Music Festival  
Billy Budd: World Premiere of New Reduced Orchestration Version  
John Adams 70th feature at the BBC Proms in London  
Michel van der Aa residency at Lucerne Festival  
Meredith Monk: Preview of Cellular Songs  
MacMillan Trombone Concerto reviews from Amsterdam  
Mark-Anthony Turnage: new opera Coraline announced  
Elena Kats-Chernin's new album: Unsent Love Letters  
Unsuk Chin: Cello Concerto Premieres in Brazil  
Leonard Bernstein at 100: centennial events announced  
Minimalist dance classics by Reich and Adams visit UK  
Ginastera's Bomarzo: reviews of new Madrid production  
Mark Simpson: The Immortal returns at the BBC Proms  
HK Gruber: reviews of Piano Concerto for Emanuel Ax  
Stravinsky's Petrushka is animated at the Komische Oper  
Thom Willems: Impressing the Czar restored to the stage  
Offenbach's Fantasio returns to the Opéra-Comique  
Mark-Anthony Turnage: reviews of Remembering  
World Premiere Recording Released of Sebastian Currier’s Deep-Sky Objects  
James MacMillan: new Hawkes Pocket Scores published  
Score of Stravinsky's Funeral Song now published  
Frode Fjellheim: new Cantus disc on Decca celebrates Northern Lights  
Oscar Bettison Named 2017 Guggenheim Fellow  
World Premiere of Bettison’s Lights in Ashes with New World Symphony  
The Run Up to Adams’s Girls of the Golden West  
Christopher Rouse: Reviews of Symphony No. 5  
Yo-Yo Ma and The Knights Release World Premiere Recording of Golijov’s Azul  
New B&H Publications at the 2017 Frankfurt Music Fair  
Stravinsky's Funeral Song Comes to New York City  
Ginastera: new Bomarzo staging at Teatro Real in Madrid  
MacMillan Trombone Concerto premiere in Amsterdam  
Turnage's Martland Memorial: a percussive tribute  
Elena Kats-Chernin: from the Silk Road to rhapsodic Liszt  
Nashville Symphony Premieres New Edgar Meyer Orchestral Work  
Brett Dean: interview about Hamlet opera at Glyndebourne  
Birtwistle interview about new orchestral work Deep Time  
Shostakovich: Latest publications in the New Collected Works  
B&H Composers Championed at 2017 GRAMMY Awards  
John Adams at 70: Spring Highlights and beyond  
James MacMillan: Stabat Mater reviews, CD and tour  
Leonard Bernstein: a survey of the choral and vocal works  
MacMillan in Glasgow: city-wide focus in March  
Elena Kats-Chernin: The Witching Hour in Sydney  
Detlev Glanert: reviews of Requiem for Hieronymus Bosch  
Glanert's Megaris brings siren's last lament to London  
Unsuk Chin: composer feature at Eight Bridges in Cologne  
Mark-Anthony Turnage: new Hibiki at Tokyo's Suntory Hall  
Reich 80th birthday: new works Pulse and Runner travel  
Isang Yun: 2017 centenary performance highlights  
Ginastera Centenary: new book explores his Swiss years  
Górecki: Tristan Postludes in Warsaw and Liverpool  
HK Gruber: interview about new Piano Concerto  
Anna Clyne Selected for Music Alive Residency with Berkeley Symphony  
Stravinsky's 107-year-old Funeral Song to travel the globe  
Offenbach's opera Fantasio returns to Paris stage  
John Adams conducts LSO in London and Paris  
HK Gruber: new Piano Concerto for Emanuel Ax  
Twin Turnage memorials premiered in London  
Harrison Birtwistle's The Last Supper served in Glasgow  
Michel van der Aa in Helsinki for Musica Nova festival  
Stravinsky’s rediscovered Funeral Song restored to life in St Petersburg  
Karl Jenkins: Cantata Memoria released on disc  
Brett Dean works towards an operatic Hamlet  
Turnage season premieres include Hibiki and Shroud  
HK Gruber: Tales from the Vienna Woods staged in Berlin  
Strauss's Die Liebe der Danae: reviews from Salzburg  
Thom Willems and William Forsythe in Paris  
Enrico Chapela: from wartime Mexico to the cosmos  
Mark Simpson premieres Darkness Moves online  
Unsuk Chin's latest work inaugurates Seoul concert hall  
Reich 80th in New York, London, Paris and beyond  
John Adams at 70 across the season, leading up to new opera  
Leonard Bernstein: a survey of the orchestral works  
Detlev Glanert: interview about new Bosch Requiem  
Karl Jenkins commemorates Aberfan in Cantata Memoria  
Mark Simpson's music surveyed on new NMC disc  
Einojuhani Rautavaara dies, aged 87  
Steve Reich's Different Trains in Liverpool with new film  
Biggi Hilmars signs with Boosey & Hawkes  
2000 performances of The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins celebrated with London concert and special CD  
John Adams’s New Opera Girls of the Golden West Announced  
Anna Clyne: Hindemith Prize and latest premieres  
Strauss's Die Liebe der Danae returns to Salzburg  
David T.Little: JFK's last operatic night in Fort Worth  
Mark Simpson wins South Bank Sky Arts Award  
James MacMillan: A European Requiem and Stabat Mater  
Leonard Bernstein: a survey of the stageworks  
Magnus Lindberg: new work anticipates Beethoven's 9th  
Unsuk Chin premiere opens Lotte Concert Hall in Seoul  
Elena Kats-Chernin: interview about Piano Village  
Robin Holloway: heavens sing in new organ concertante  
Johannes Kalitzke: Pym premiere in Heidelberg  
Steve Reich at 80: performances around the globe  
Ginastera's Beatrix Cenci staged in Buenos Aires  
Michel van der Aa: reviews of Blank Out premiere  
Carlisle Floyd: reviews of Prince of Players in Houston  
Mark-Anthony Turnage: reviews of new Strapless ballet  
Reich at 80: celebratory premieres of Pulse and Runner  
Qigang Chen: UK premiere of Luan Tan and new CD  
New Publications Now Available from American Composers  
Thom Willems: Forsythe ballets at Paris Opéra  
Offenbach scores of Tales of Hoffmann rediscovered  
Anna Clyne: Two World Premieres in May  
Schwertsik’s Nachtmusiken Gets US Premiere  
Leonard Bernstein’s Serenade at American Ballet Theatre  
Debussy orchestrations point towards 2018 centenary  
New Stagework by Steven Mackey Features Music and Movement  
Del Tredici’s Child Alice Triumphs in Boston  
Peter Maxwell Davies (1934-2016): a tribute by Paul Griffiths  
New Versions of Appalachian Spring on the Horizon  
Choral Bulk Discounts from The Shop at  
John Adams' Roll Over Beethoven Premieres in March  
Andriessen discusses his new Theatre of the World  
Bartók Definitive Edition launched with new publications  
Mark Simpson: Pleasure premiere and new CD  
Offenbach Edition Keck: King Carrot returns in Lyon  
David T. Little: JFK opera to be premiered in Fort Worth  
Carlisle Floyd: Prince of Players for his 90th birthday  
Magnus Lindberg: reviews of Violin Concerto No.2  
Michel van der Aa: Blank Out premiere in Amsterdam  
Michel van der Aa: UK premiere of The Book of Disquiet  
Mark Simpson: reviews of Pleasure on tour  
Ginastera centenary highlights announced for 2016  
Magnus Lindberg introduces his new violin concerto  
Gottfried von Einem Centenary celebrated in 2018  
Isang Yun Centenary celebrated in 2017  
Brett Dean's Hamlet diffraction: From Melodious Lay  
Turnage premieres see violin partnering cello  
Hans Gál: Music Behind Barbed Wire  
Leonard Bernstein at 100: Looking Ahead to 2018  
Reviews of Reich's new Quartet in London and New York  
The Shop at launches new Musicals Finder  
Colin Currie on Steve Reich and New Music  
Peter Maxwell Davies: 80th celebrations across the border  
Alberto Ginastera: a survey of the orchestral music  
James Galway premieres Bill Whelan's Linen and Lace  
Górecki Symphony No.4: reviews from premiere in London  
Ginastera centenary: new guide with CD sampler  
Steve Reich wins 2013 BBVA Foundation Award  
James MacMillan: interview about St Luke Passion  
New edition of Offenbach's Fantasio unveiled in London  
Peter Maxwell Davies: reviews of Ebb of Winter  
All-Reich Event Includes New York Premiere of Radio Rewrite  
Britten birthday celebrated by 100,000 young voices  
Peter Maxwell Davies: Freedom of London  
Bernstein in Berlin: new version of A Quiet Place revealed  
Turnage Piano Concerto premiere in Rotterdam  
Riverdance composer Bill Whelan signs B&H agreement  
Michel van der Aa: Sunken Garden in England and Holland  
Tod Machover crowdsources Festival City in Edinburgh  
Steve Reich: Radio Rewrite unveiled in UK and USA  
Peter Maxwell Davies: Sea Orpheus tours USA  
Elena Kats-Chernin: The Rage of Life in Antwerp  
Clyne: New Double Concerto Prince of Clouds  
Carter: Commander of the French Legion of Honor  
Reich: Complete Quartets Played Live in New York  
Currier: World Premiere of new song cycle Deep-Sky Objects  
Sean Shepherd named New York Philharmonic's inaugural Kravis Emerging Composer  
John Adams: reviews of The Gospel According to the Other Mary  
Boosey & Hawkes, New World Symphony, and the San Francisco Symphony launch New Voices, a collaborative composer project  
Elliott Carter: World Premiere of Two Controversies and a Conversation  
John Adams: World Premiere of The Gospel According to the Other Mary  
Reich: Daniel Variations premiere and tour  
Sean Shepherd: Premiere of New Concert Opener Blue Blazes  
John Adams: reviews of Absolute Jest on US tour  
Peter Maxwell Davies: Symphony discs reissued by Naxos  
Schwertsik: BBC Philharmonic premieres Nachtmusiken  
Boosey & Hawkes Partners with Realtime Music Solutions to Provide New Digital Software to Perform Electronic Elements to Works  
Zizi Mueller Promoted to President of Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.  
Adams and Mackey: GRAMMY Award Winners  
Brett Dean's new Fire Music at Australian Ballet and Total Immersion day in London  
Andriessen: Two American Debuts at Los Angeles Philharmonic Portrait Concert  
Steven Mackey: World Premiere of Tonic for Chamber Orchestra  
World Premiere and Album Release of Karl Jenkins's The Peacemakers  
Clyne: World Premiere of Night Ferry for Orchestra  
Boosey & Hawkes Announces Acquisition of Osvaldo Golijov Copyrights  
MAGNETAR: Chapela's New Electric Cello Concerto  
World Premiere of Sean Shepherd's Desert Garden  
Elliott Carter Premieres Abound this Fall  
Orion String Quartet Debuts David Del Tredici's String Quartet No. 2  
Steven Mackey: World Premiere of Stumble to Grace by St. Louis Symphony  
A "Global Sing for Peace" Will Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 with Performances Around the World  
Boosey & Hawkes Online Scores: free to view  
Grant Park Music Festival features Del Tredici, Rorem, Copland, and more  
Anna Clyne Guest Composer at Mizzou New Music Summer Festival  
Elliott Carter's Concertino for Bass Clarinet and Chamber Orchestra to Receive U.S. Premiere  
Adams: The Death of Klinghoffer, A Flowering Tree and Lincoln Center Festival Performances Highlight Busy Summer 2011  
Premieres of Three New Sebastian Currier Works  
Two West Coast Premieres of Steven Mackey Works at the Los Angeles Philharmonic  
Steve Reich: Kronos Quartet tours WTC 9/11 in Europe  
Christian Tetzlaff to Perform the World Premiere of Harrison Birtwistle's Violin Concerto  
Steve Reich at 75: World Premiere of WTC 9/11  
John Adams: Reviews of Nixon in China at the Met  
James MacMillan's Violin Concerto Receives its U.S. Premiere  
53rd Annual GRAMMY Winners Announced: Daugherty wins three  
Karl Jenkins's Gloria receives its U.S. Premiere  
Turnage interview about Cello Concerto and Speranza  
Celebration of Britten Centenary in the Americas  
Unsuk Chin's Cello Concerto Receives U.S. Premiere  
Henryk Mikolaj Górecki dies in Katowice, aged 76  
Magnus Lindberg: Brazilian premieres during São Paulo residency  
Christopher Rouse: Trumpet concerto premiere in Chicago  
Osvaldo Golijov on Sidereus, Henry Fogel Commissioning Consortium  
Osvaldo Golijov Highlighted at Toronto's New Creations Festival  
Miller Theater Presents a Composer Portrait of Sebastian Currier's Music March 5  
Oscar Bettison's The Afflicted Girl to be premiered by Bang on a Can February 24 at Merkin Hall  
Bettison & Bang: Interview on The Afflicted Girl  
Michael Daugherty’s Trail of Tears Flute Concerto Premieres  
Leonard Bernstein Centennial 2018 Logo Contest  
Elena Kats-Chernin rescores Monteverdi opera trilogy  
Chapela's Private Alleles Receives World Premiere Performance by Berkeley Symphony  
Metropolis Ensemble Performs Premieres by Enrico Chapela and Du Yun  
Anna Clyne and Enrico Chapela featured in Chicago as Riccardo Muti takes the helm  
New Carlisle Floyd Biography  
Boosey & Hawkes signs Anna Clyne to exclusive agreement  
Birtwistle: US Premiere of Gigue Machine at Zankel Hall  
Chicago Symphony Orchestra to Perform Two Works by Anna Clyne in Chicago and New York  
Glanert's "Monstrous" Symphony Darkens Chicago  
MacMillan: US premiere of Clemency  
Reich: Winnipeg Symphony Residency  
Jenkins: Songs of the Earth Reaches American Shores  
Harrison Birtwistle's The Corridor receives U.S. Premiere in New York City  
Carter: Instances in Seattle  
CMA Conference Wrap-up  
Britten centenary: Noye's Fludde travels to China  
Christopher Rouse’s Odna Zhizn World Premiere with the New York Philharmonic  
Karl Jenkins: Armed Man commemorates war and peace  
Unsuk Chin: World Premiere of Graffiti in LA  
Mackey: One Red Rose to Receive World Premiere at Carnegie Hall  
Boosey & Hawkes: On the Inside  
Wynton Marsalis's Swing Symphony (Symphony No. 3) jumpstarts New York Philharmonic's 2010-11 Season  
Steven Lankenau and Eric M. Gewirtz to Lead Boosey & Hawkes Promotion Department  
GRAMMY Audio Intervention: Play Me Something Good  
Steven Mackey's It Is Time receives World Premiere with So Percussion  
Rautavaara's new cello concerto Towards the Horizon launches Minnesota Orchestra season  
Jenkins: US Euphonium Concerto Premiere  
Machover: The Toronto Symphony Premieres A Toronto Symphony  
Sebastian Currier’s Quanta Receives World Premiere in China  
Clyne: Prince of Clouds Tours the East Coast  
Golijov: La Pasión según San Marcos Arrives in New York  
Steve Reich: Radio Rewrite premieres in UK and US  
John Adams's Music Stars with Tilda Swinton in I Am Love  
Reich: Daniel Variations released on Nonesuch CD  
Christopher Rouse's Prospero's Rooms to Receive World Premiere  
Reich: "warm late period" continues with Double Sextet  
World Premiere of Inaugural New Voices Work  
Steve Reich: Nonesuch disc of Double Sextet and 2x5  
Steve Reich: new Mallet Quartet reviews and travel plans  
Carter & Daugherty: Two Flute Concertos Premiered  
Boosey & Hawkes signs composer Mark Simpson  
Adams: International Tour of The Gospel According to the Other Mary  
Dominick Argento's The Aspern Papers at the Dallas Opera  
Composer Jack Gottlieb celebrates his 80th Birthday  
The Rite of Spring Autograph Score  
Elliott Carter Remembered  
John Adams: Other Mary tours Europe on stage  
Mark Anthony Turnage: premiere of orchestral Speranza  
The Rite of Spring’s 100th Birthday  
Honoring Benjamin Britten at 100 across America  
James MacMillan’s Piano Concerto No. 3 Travels Across the US  
Boosey & Hawkes Composers Recognized for Artistic Accomplishments  
Steve Reich: WTC 9/11 and Mallet Quartet released by Nonesuch Records  
Steve Reich: reviews of WTC 9/11 toured by Kronos Quartet  
James MacMillan: interview about his St John Passion  
Argento, Brewbaker, Brunner at ACDA  
Heiner Goebbels [Ricordi Berlin]: Songs of Wars I Have Seen  
U.S. Premieres from Dusapin and Goebbels  
Dusapin and Goebbels: Two Orchestral Premieres from European  
Peter Eötvös and György Kurtág  
Monk: "glorious" new Songs of Ascension  
Elena Kats-Chernin: interview with a cosmopolitan composer  
Reich: Daniel Variations reviews from London and New York  
Introducing Hans Gál: man and music  
Glowing reviews for Reich's You Are (Variations)  
Reich's You Are from LA to Frankfurt and London  
Steve Reich: You Are (Variations) premiere in LA  
Reich & Korot's Three Tales: on CD/DVD  
Reich/Korot interview: Three Tales  
Bernstein's A Quiet Place Receives First Performance in 22 Years  
Jack Beeson Has Died, Age 88  
American Composer Benjamin Lees Dies at Age 86  
Lindberg's Al largo Closes Gilbert's First New York Philharmonic Season  
Glanert's "Darkly Exuberant" Theatrum Bestiarum Delivers Discord  
David Schotzko Appointed Director, Promotion and Steven Lankenau Associate Director, Promotion  
Michael Daugherty’s Mount Rushmore Premieres with the Pacific Symphony and Chorale  
Elliott Carter's Flute Concerto Premieres with the Boston Symphony Orchestra  
Sir Peter Maxwell Davies Sea Orpheus World Premiere Tour: VA, NC, NY, GA, PA  
Conversations with Currier & D'Rivera  
James MacMillan's St John Passion Receives American Premiere in Boston under Sir Colin Davis  
52nd Annual GRAMMY Nominations Announced  
John Adams's City Noir a "Knockout" in Los Angeles  
Qigang Chen's Er Huang Beautifies New York  
Reich's "Rockin" 2x5 Ready for America  
Anna Clyne named CSO Mead Composer-in-Residence  
John Adams's City Noir and Unsuk Chin's Šu sound Dudamel's LA welcome  
Boosey & Hawkes Lands Global Synch Deal with Savoy Label Group  
Osvaldo Golijov Signs with Boosey & Hawkes  
Mackey's Slide comes into focus at Ojai Music Festival  
Brett Dean: From Australia to the American West  
Oscar Bettison Wins Faculty Position at Peabody Conservatory  
As the Season Cools Down, Jazz Heats Up  
New publications: Benoit, Carter, Daugherty, Marsalis  
Tanglewood Festival: Carter, Chin, Chapela  
Chapela, Dean, MacMillan, Turnage at Cabrillo and Santa Fe  
John Adams Artist-in-Residence at Mostly Mozart Festival  
Head Start on Britten's Centenary: Aspen and Castleton  
Reich's 'Rock' Debut: 2x5 in Manchester  
Spring recordings: Chin, Daugherty, Marsalis, Rorem, Rouse  
Louis Andriessen's 70th Birthday: Music on Main, Vancouver  
Exit Salonen, Enter Clyne and Chapela  
John Adams Receives 2009 NEA Opera Honor  
Steve Reich Wins 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Double Sextet  
Anna Clyne and Enrico Chapela Premiere on Green Umbrella  
Composers in Love: From Strauss to Rouse  
Detlev Glanert's "Monstrous" Symphony Darkens Chicago  
Enrico Chapela's intricate Noctambulos: US premiere  
Adams Appointed Creative Chair of the Los Angeles Philharmonic  
Daugherty and Hampson Salute Lincoln with His Own Words  
Andriessen: The Hague Hacking plays "cat and mouse"  
Enrico Chapela Debuts in New York City  
Boosey & Hawkes Lands Blue Note for Global Synch  
Christopher Rouse: World Premiere of Oboe Concerto  
John Adams: World Premiere of String Quartet  
Lindberg: New York Philharmonic's Composer-in-Residence  
Presidential Inaugural Soundtrack: Copland, Marsalis, D'Rivera, Papoulis  
Elliott Carter's Second Century: New Works from the Modern D  
GRAMMY-nominated Albums and New Recordings  
Karl Jenkins in New York  
Andriessen: The Hague Hacking premiere in Los Angeles  
Carter celebrates 100th with new Interventions  
Paul Sacher Foundation Acquires Steve Reich Collection  
Prokofieff's "Russian Dreams" reviews from New York  
Rouse Named Musical America's Composer of the Year  
John Adams First Composer to Receive OPERA NEWS Award  
Adams: Doctor Atomic at the Met Opera and on DVD  
New Vocal Albums: Finzi, Rorem, Britten, Bernstein  
Michel van der Aa: interview about The Book of Disquiet  
Carlisle Floyd Receives Inaugural NEA Opera Award  
Bernstein's Monumental Mass  
Iannis Xenakis: Oresteia definitive edition reviews  
Boosey & Hawkes Launches 'Emerging Composers'  
Miller Theatre brings perspective to Stravinsky  
Argento's Evensong: Of Love and Angels a stirring oratorio  
Argento’s Evensong: Of Love and Angels  
Bartók Connections: new guide explores his works  
ICE Plays Manoury at NYC's Spiegeltent  
Rodney Friend Offers Advice to the Young Orchestral Violinist  
New website spotlights the success of Christopher Norton  
Michel van der Aa: Interview about After Life  
Choral Music Experience Institute 2005  
Hugely successful Classic FM Pocket Book series continues  
Doreen Rao's Choral Training Course comes to Wales  
Chris Morgan talks abou making good musicians  
"Pure" chart success for Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man!  
Sibelius Scores Found  
Birtwistle and Dürer: Melancholy and The Shadow of Night  
European prize for tenor Domingo  
Karl Jenkins's Adiemus - new for brass and strings  
Chris Morgan talks about new Boosey Brass Method ...  
Cricketer turns classical singer  
Simon Rattle brings Rite of Spring to Berlin's children  
Boosey Woodwind & Brass Method: new teacher's website  
New Boosey Woodwind and Brass Method  
Birtwistle: The Last Supper's libretto explored  
The Wind & Brass Method for a New Generation of Teachers  
Birtwistle in interview on The Last Supper  
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