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All Four Operas by David T. Little Performed in 2015–16 Season
John Adams conducts Scheherazade.2 in Europe
Upcoming World Premiere: Sebastian Currier's FLEX
Anna Clyne’s 2015–16 Season Brings Multiple Premieres
Steven Mackey’s New Trumpet Concerto, Triceros
Karl Jenkins book and CDs: Still with the Music
Ginastera centenary highlights announced for 2016
Magnus Lindberg introduces his new violin concerto
James MacMillan: Symphony No.4 premiere at BBC Proms
Harrison Birtwistle: The Cure staged in Aldeburgh
Gottfried von Einem Centenary celebrated in 2018
2015/16 Highlights from Boosey & Hawkes London
2015/16 Highlights from Boosey & Hawkes New York
Double Turnage UK premieres in Manchester
James MacMillan: second Cumnock Tryst festival
Alberto Ginastera: a survey of the suites and cantatas
Robin Holloway: premiere of Europa & the Bull in Liverpool
Unsuk Chin feature at Festival d'Automne in Paris
Brett Dean: Debussy orchestrations and four new discs
Steven Mackey: Mnemosyne's Pool premiered by Dudamel
Will Todd: premiere of Jazz Missa Brevis in Portsmouth
Golijov and Bettison premieres in Tanglewood 75th season
Isang Yun Centenary celebrated in 2017
Mark Simpson: The Immortal reaches to the beyond
Steve Reich’s Early Works Now Represented by B&H in the US
Górecki: Total Immersion day at the Barbican
New Versions of Appalachian Spring on the Horizon
Louis Andriessen in America: Mysteriën and Theatre of the World
Sing Motets: Argentinian choir wins new piece by Karl Jenkins as part of international choral competition
Life and Works of Andrzej Panufnik published by Ashgate
Tod Machover: composer residency at Lucerne Festival
In Conversation with John Link, Elliott Carter Scholar
On the Waterfront Film with Live Orchestra Hits the Stage
Boosey & Hawkes acquires major ballet scores
Boosey & Hawkes at the 2015 BBC Proms
Michel van der Aa receives Johannes Vermeer Award
Turnage premieres see violin partnering cello
Queen's Birthday Honours for Jenkins, MacMillan and Turnage
Karl Jenkins receives Knighthood
James MacMillan awarded Knighthood
Mark-Anthony Turnage receives CBE
Holloway and Lloyd selected for ENCORE Choral
Dean travels: trumpet concerto and chamber concerts
Boosey & Hawkes US Summer Festival Preview
Tanglewood Music Center celebrates its 75th
Martinu 125th feature at Oregon Music Festival
MacMillan summer festivals in Chicago, London & Cabrillo
Unsuk Chin: orchestral Mannequin premiered on UK tour
On the Horizon: Tod Machover's City Symphonies
New Edition: Aaron Copland's Symphony No.3
HK Gruber: interview looking into the open…
Glanert: premieres of three American Preludes
Simpson's Israfel in Glasgow, The Immortal in Manchester
Sean Shepherd: Concerto for Ensemble premiere in Paris
New Deutsch CD includes Mad Dog and Dr Futurity
Qigang Chen: orchestral variations on Chinese folk drama
Andrzej Panufnik: BBC weekend in Glasgow
Elliott Carter: James Levine conducts final premiere
Offenbach's Fantasio returns to the operatic stage
Prokofieff Archive moves to Columbia in New York
Vaughan Williams, Howells and Finzi scores restored
Andriessen's new opera Theatre of the World announced
Performance Reviews: Meredith Monk at Carnegie Hall
Karl Jenkins's Motets competition: deadline 30 April
New B&H Publications at the 2015 Frankfurt Music Fair
James MacMillan's Inés de Castro returns
Louis Andriessen: May festival feature in Cologne
David T. Little’s Dog Days in Fort Worth and Los Angeles
London College of Music online shop launched
Christopher Rouse: Gothic colour in Prospero's Rooms
Preview: Sebastian Currier’s Divisions
Glanert orchestrates Mahler: Wunderhorn European tour
The Miller Theatre Delves into Anna Clyne’s Music
2015 Grammy Wins from Boosey & Hawkes
Hans Gál: Music Behind Barbed Wire
James MacMillan: Little Mass and St Luke Passion
Unsuk Chin's Mannequin: an orchestral choreography
Harrison Birtwistle: opera double in Aldeburgh and London
Magnus Lindberg: Concerto focus in Scotland
Karl Jenkins: The Healer travels to New York
John Adams’s Scheherazade.2 Lands at New York Philharmonic
Mark Simpson: new orchestral works by young composer
Anna Clyne on BBC Composer of the Week
Concerto update: latest new works for leading soloists
Unsuk Chin: reviews of Alice in Los Angeles and London
Marvin David Levy Dies at 82
Elliott Carter’s Final Premiere: The American Sublime
Leonard Bernstein at 100: Looking Ahead to 2018
James MacMillan: reviews of Percussion Concerto No.2
Reviews of Reich's new Quartet in London and New York
David T. Little interview introduces his music
Lindberg's Second Concertos for Piano, Cello and Violin
Janis Susskind receives OBE at Buckingham Palace
Unsuk Chin's Alice in Wonderland celebrates book's 150th
Rachmaninoff: original 4th piano concerto rediscovered
Stravinsky: new Rite CDs return to 1913 premiere
Birtwistle: reviews of piano concerto Responses in London
Oscar Bettison: music for Krazy Kat cartoon tribute
Turnage: Passchendaele and Contusion premieres
Prokofieff: new symphonic cycles from Karabits and Alsop
New Claude Vivier book: A Composer's Life
Anna Clyne: Prince of Clouds and The Seamstress
Adams, Carter & Shepherd: French premieres at Présences
Argento's Postcard from Morocco staged in Cape Town
A New String Quartet by John Adams
Cherubini's Médée: tragédie lyrique version reclaimed
The Shop at launches new Musicals Finder
John Adams: reviews of the Other Mary on stage in London
Brett Dean: reviews of trumpet concerto Dramatis personae
Krása's children's opera Brundibár on tour and film
DCINY Gives Annual Concert for Karl Jenkins
Magnus Lindberg: Revolution, Cold War and WikiLeaks
James MacMillan premieres: from Passion to Percussion
Unsuk Chin: Clarinet Concerto reviews from New York
John Adams: Gospel According to the Other Mary on stage
Michel van der Aa: reviews of new Violin Concerto
Birtwistle 80th in London: Southbank Centre celebrates
Osvaldo Golijov’s Rose of the Winds in Baltimore and New York
Boosey & Hawkes Welcomes David T. Little
Bernd Richard Deutsch: Concertos for Brass and for Organ
Colin Currie on Steve Reich and New Music
Martinu's What Men Live By performed in Prague
Brett Dean: three year residency with BBC Symphony
Rouse’s Symphony No. 3 Receives Canadian Premiere
An Irving Fine Centennial Celebration
Unsuk Chin's Sirens revealed at Lucerne Festival
Anna Clyne’s Rest These Hands Travels with Orpheus
Carlisle Floyd: Recent and Upcoming
Christopher Rouse Across the Atlantic
Alberto Ginastera: a survey of the operas
Rautavaara: reviews of Rubáiyát for Gerald Finley
Will Todd on USA Tour
The Death of Klinghoffer at the Metropolitan Opera
Karl Jenkins: Premiere of The Healer and UK birthday tour
James MacMillan interview on Percussion Concerto No.2
Panufnik Centenary events in Poland, UK and beyond
Louis Andriessen: Tapdance and Hoketus in London
Turnage's Anna Nicole returns to Covent Garden
Michel van der Aa: new Violin Concerto for Janine Jansen
Sean Shepherd: review of new orchestral Songs
Goldschmidt's Magnificent Cuckold returns to the stage
15 years of Offenbach Edition Keck
Birtwistle's Responses in Munich, Porto, London and Boston
Statement on The Death of Klinghoffer
Peter Maxwell Davies: 80th celebrations across the border
Meredith Monk’s 50th Anniversary Season
2014/15 Highlights from Boosey & Hawkes New York
Boosey & Hawkes Composers Highlighted in GRAMMY Nominations
Alberto Ginastera: a survey of the orchestral music
Rouse's NY Phil residency: Symphony No.4 premiere
Louis Andriessen: De Materie in the Ruhr and Los Angeles
HK Gruber's Vienna Woods opera: reviews from Bregenz
Margaret F. Heskin to Lead Boosey & Hawkes, Inc. Editorial Department
John Adams: his seven stageworks travel internationally
Boosey & Hawkes at the 2014 BBC Proms
US Summer Festival Preview: Tanglewood, Cabrillo, La Jolla, Aspen, and More
Turnage interview: commemorating Passchendaele
Chin Concertos on DG and Lucerne Festival feature
Percussive premieres from Reich, Andriessen, MacMillan & Clyne
Brett Dean: preludes to BBC Symphony residency
Sean Shepherd's New Work for the New York Philharmonic
Britten 100: awards and new books
What’s New with Louis Andriessen?
Karl Jenkins Motets released by Deutsche Grammophon
HK Gruber: featured composer at Bregenz Festival
Janis Susskind awarded OBE in Queen's Birthday Honours
MacMillan's St Luke Passion: reviews from Amsterdam
Birtwistle and Maxwell Davies at 80: summer events
HK Gruber: interview about Tales from the Vienna Woods
Online Scores: over 1000 now on website
David Horne: BBC Proms focus with Daedalus in Flight
Qigang Chen: new trumpet concerto for Alison Balsom
Britten 100: Beyond the centenary
Michel van der Aa: reviews of new clarinet concerto
Panufnik Centenary: summer festivals and autumn season
Britten's lost Les Sylphides ballet arrangement returns
James Galway premieres Bill Whelan's Linen and Lace
Górecki Symphony No.4: reviews from premiere in London
John Adams at Carta Blanca festival in Madrid
Richard Strauss: opera boxes released for anniversary
John Adams: Gospel According to the Other Mary on new DG recording
Brett Dean: Hardenberger plays UK premiere of Dramatis personae in Birmingham
Rautavaara's Rubáiyát songs premiered by Gerald Finley
Birtwistle at 80: conversations, festivals and premieres
James MacMillan: reviews of new Viola Concerto
Michel van der Aa: interview about new clarinet concerto
Ginastera centenary: new guide with CD sampler
Mark-Anthony Turnage: Speranza travels internationally
Steve Reich Focus at Big Ears Festival
Claude Vivier Around the World
Detlev Glanert’s Caligula at the Teatro Colón
Steve Reich wins 2013 BBVA Foundation Award
James MacMillan: interview about St Luke Passion
2014 brings 70th birthday celebrations for Karl Jenkins
Louis Andriessen: Tapdance for 75th birthday year
John Adams: Absolute Jest travels, operas in France
Meredith Monk Announced as Carnegie Hall’s Debs Composer’s Chair for 2014–15 Season
MacMillan's St Luke Passion premiere in Amsterdam
BAM Presents Britten’s Billy Budd
The Death of Klinghoffer at Long Beach Opera
Elliott Carter: 103rd birthday concert on DVD
Mobile App Enhances ‘Robot Opera’
Focus on John Adams in TSO’s New Creations Festival
Magnus Lindberg: new residency announced with London Philharmonic Orchestra
York Höller: premieres and new Master and Margarita
Alan Curtis's Complesso Barocco edition restores Vivaldi
Peter Maxwell Davies appointed a Companion of Honour
Osvaldo Golijov: Two Groundbreaking Works Performed in Early 2014
Finzi's Requiem da Camera now available from B&H
Offenbach's Fantasio: reviews from London
Boosey & Hawkes signs Borowski, Deutsch and Svoboda
James MacMillan’s new Viola Concerto and early works
Richard Strauss: 150th anniversary events worldwide
Panufnik centenary celebrated in 2014
Birtwistle and Maxwell Davies 80th birthdays
Andriessen 75th birthday events in 2014
Happy Birthday Britten! 250 global events across weekend
Nonesuch Records at 50
Reviews of Louis Andriessen’s Mysteriën from Amsterdam
New Works by Oscar Bettison: from Sea Shaped to Krazy Kat
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
Alberto Ginastera: An interview with his daughter, Georgina
Glanert in Amsterdam: Caligula and Frenesia
Bernstein in Berlin: new version of A Quiet Place revealed
The First Performances of Rautavaara’s Variations for five
Górecki's Symphony No.4 first performances announced
John Adams: Saxophone Concerto reviews from Sydney
Rachmaninoff: new orchestral arrangements
Britten dances in Aldeburgh, London and Birmingham
Peter Maxwell Davies: new concert overture premiere
James MacMillan: The Death of Oscar premiered
Britten centenary celebrated by Royal Mint with 50p coin
Louis Andriessen: Interview about his new Mysteries
David Horne: Daedalus in Flight premiere in Manchester
Robin Holloway 70th birthday: Uk premiere of In China
York Höller: new cello concerto and opera in Hamburg
Brett Dean: Håkan Hardenberger tours Dramatis personae
Turnage Piano Concerto premiere in Rotterdam
Adams in Australia: new Saxophone Concerto premiere
Riverdance composer Bill Whelan signs B&H agreement
James MacMillan: Piano Concerto No.3 UK premiere
Michel van der Aa: Sunken Garden in England and Holland
Tod Machover crowdsources Festival City in Edinburgh
Brett Dean: new trumpet concerto at Grafenegg Festival
Cynthia Lee Wong Selected as Second Annual New Voices Composer
John Adams in Washington, DC
Britten: Young Person's Guide App launched
Karl Jenkins: new Adiemus Colores recording on DG
New Britten-Pears Archive and Studio open in Aldeburgh
Stravinsky: Rite of Spring centenary edition published
Cherubini: X-ray sleuthing rediscovers missing Médée aria
Karl Jenkins: signs new recording contract with DG
Steve Reich: Radio Rewrite unveiled in UK and USA
Complete guide to Claude Vivier's music
Sean Shepherd: interview about Tuolumne and Magiya
Mark-Anthony Turnage: Anna Nicole in Germany and USA
Magnus Lindberg: new Era in Amsterdam and London
Birtwistle premieres at European summer festivals
Prokofieff operas in Berlin, London and Vienna
Ginastera: new CDs from string quartets to Popul Vuh
Michel van der Aa: opera and 3D film in Sunken Garden
Machover: Death and the Powers premiere in Monte Carlo
Detlev Glanert: reviews of Solaris premiere in Bregenz
Clyne: New Double Concerto Prince of Clouds
Janis Susskind promoted to MD of Boosey & Hawkes (PDF)
Carter: Commander of the French Legion of Honor
Edgar Meyer joins Joshua Bell in Double Concerto
Weinberger's Schwanda the Bagpiper in Dresden
Unsuk Chin: Alice in Wonderland in St Louis
Boosey & Hawkes Takes on Champion
Reich: Complete Quartets Played Live in New York
DCINY Celebrates Karl Jenkins at 70
Currier: World Premiere of new song cycle Deep-Sky Objects
Bernstein’s A Quiet Place a Success in Berlin
New vocal score of Cherubini's Médée published
Kurt Schwertsik: Flute concerto premiere in Liverpool
Ned Rorem: reviews of Our Town's European premiere
Auber's Bronze Horse returns in new edition
Elena Kats-Chernin revisits Monteverdi operas in Berlin
Turnage: new quartet rocks with Led Zeppelin
Four Britten films by Tony Palmer in new box set
Time Release: Mackey's new percussion concerto
Sean Shepherd named New York Philharmonic's inaugural Kravis Emerging Composer
HK Gruber: into the open... for percussion and orchestra
Sean Shepherd at Tanglewood, Lucerne and Musica Strasbourg festivals
James MacMillan: Credo at the BBC Proms and Grafenegg
Britten's music plays central role in Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom
John Adams: reviews of The Gospel According to the Other Mary
Unsuk Chin: US Premiere of Alice in Wonderland
Currier: Sleepers and Dreamers world premiere
Boosey & Hawkes, New World Symphony, and the San Francisco Symphony launch New Voices, a collaborative composer project
MacMillan World Premiere at 2012 Cabrillo Festival
Birtwistle, Carter, Del Tredici and Shepherd Performed at Tanglewood Festival of Contemporary Music
Elliott Carter: World Premiere of Two Controversies and a Conversation
John Adams: World Premiere of The Gospel According to the Other Mary
Andrzej Panufnik: new website explores life and works
Detlev Glanert: interview about new opera Solaris
Steven Mackey: UK premiere of Four Iconoclastic Episodes
Floyd's Wuthering Heights receives European premiere
Reich: Daniel Variations premiere and tour
Britten's coronation opera Gloriana returns to the stage
Lindberg's Piano Concerto No.2: reviews from premiere
Elliott Carter: UK premiere of Interventions at Aldeburgh Festival
MacMillan's Gloria premiere for Coventry Cathedral's 50th
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
Complete guide to Britten's Choral Music launched
Karl Jenkins: The Peacemakers CD release and UK tour
Schwertsik: BBC Philharmonic premieres Nachtmusiken
Boosey & Hawkes Partners with Realtime Music Solutions to Provide New Digital Software to Perform Electronic Elements to Works
Britten's War Requiem: 50th anniversary in Coventry
Birtwistle: London Sinfonietta explores In Broken Images
British Library saves Britten's Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra from export
Ned Rorem: Our Town's European premiere in London
Zizi Mueller Promoted to President of Boosey & Hawkes, Inc.
Rouse: New York Philharmonic's Composer-in-Residence 2012-2014
Golijov: Carnegie Hall Composer-in-Residence 2012–2013
Oscar Bettison: World Premiere of Livre des Sauvages at Los Angeles Philharmonic
Steven Mackey: Stumble to Grace reviews
Adams and Mackey: GRAMMY Award Winners
Magnus Lindberg interview about Piano Concerto No.2
Golijov Showcases in Buenos Aires and Bogotá
Brett Dean's new Fire Music at Australian Ballet and Total Immersion day in London
Adams and Monk World Premieres at San Francisco Symphony's American Mavericks Festival
Del Tredici: 75th Birthday Celebrations in US with World and NY Premieres
Britten Centenary commissions announced by RPS
Andriessen: Two American Debuts at Los Angeles Philharmonic Portrait Concert
Steven Mackey: World Premiere of Tonic for Chamber Orchestra
Prokofieff explored in festival by London Philharmonic
Mark Anthony Turnage: reviews of new ballet Undance
World Premiere and Album Release of Karl Jenkins's The Peacemakers
Enrico Chapela: electric cello concerto premiered in LA
Clyne: World Premiere of Night Ferry for Orchestra
Currier's Time Machines on DG and European tour
Boosey & Hawkes Announces Acquisition of Osvaldo Golijov Copyrights
Brett Dean: interview about new orchestral work Fire Music
Meredith Monk Named Musical America 2012 Composer of the Year
Brett Dean Wins 2010-2011 Stoeger Prize for Chamber Music
Elliott Carter: Three World Premieres, Three U.S. Premieres to Celebrate 103rd Birthday
Turnage's new dancework for Wayne McGregor at Sadler's Wells
Alberto Ginastera: Premiere of Concierto Argentino
Carlisle Floyd: Of Mice and Men's Australian premiere
Kurt Schwertsik: new orchestral disc on Chandos
MAGNETAR: Chapela's New Electric Cello Concerto
Harrison Birtwistle: Gramophone Award for Night's Black Bird on NMC
Richard Strauss: US revival for Die Liebe der Danae
Karl Jenkins: 9/11 commemoration in New York
World Premiere of Sean Shepherd's Desert Garden
Elliott Carter Premieres Abound this Fall
James MacMillan: reviews of Clemency at Royal Opera
Sebastian Currier: Recording of New Violin Concerto Time Machines
Orion String Quartet Debuts David Del Tredici's String Quartet No. 2
John Adams: Death of Klinghoffer reviews from Saint Louis
Boston Pops premiere Machover's Jeux Deux
Robin Holloway: reviews of Fifth Concerto at BBC Proms
Steven Mackey: World Premiere of Stumble to Grace by St. Louis Symphony
Steven Mackey: Beautiful Passing reviewed in Los Angeles
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
Andriessen & Birtwistle: premieres in Milan and Turin
Robin Holloway: interview on Fifth Concerto for Orchestra
Anna Clyne Guest Composer at Mizzou New Music Summer Festival
Christopher Rouse: reviews of Symphony No.3 in St Louis
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
Harrison Birtwistle: reviews of new violin concerto
Pierangelo Valtinoni: Snow Queen at Komische Oper in Berlin
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
Boosey & Hawkes remembers Malcolm Smith
Turnage's Anna Nicole: reviews from The Royal Opera
James MacMillan's Violin Concerto Receives its U.S. Premiere
Mark-Anthony Turnage interview: Anna Nicole at the opera
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
Stravinsky: Rite of Spring centenary celebrations
Henryk Mikolaj Górecki dies in Katowice, aged 76
Robin Holloway: premieres in San Francisco and Beijing
Magnus Lindberg: Brazilian premieres during São Paulo residency
MacMillan's Woman of the Apocalypse premiered at Cabrillo
Christopher Rouse: Trumpet concerto premiere in Chicago
Neuwirth: New York portrait concert featuring US Premiere
Chapela: US premiere of new octet Acoussence
Osvaldo Golijov on Sidereus, Henry Fogel Commissioning Consortium
Michel van der Aa wins 2013 Grawemeyer Award
Osvaldo Golijov Highlighted at Toronto's New Creations Festival
Michel van der Aa wins 2013 Grawemeyer Award (PDF)
Magnus Lindberg's Era celebrates Concertgebouw 125th
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
Rautavaara: Into the heart of light in Finland and Scotland
Bettison & Bang: Interview on The Afflicted Girl
Michael Daugherty’s Trail of Tears Flute Concerto Premieres
Britten 100 launched: centenary events worldwide
Leonard Bernstein Centennial 2018 Logo Contest
Elena Kats-Chernin rescores Monteverdi opera trilogy
Chapela's Private Alleles Receives World Premiere Performance by Berkeley Symphony
Birtwistle: The Moth Requiem premiere in Amsterdam
Metropolis Ensemble Performs Premieres by Enrico Chapela and Du Yun
Turnage: Cello Concerto travels and London Symphony Orchestra premieres Speranza
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
John Adams: Absolute Jest European premiere in London
Glanert's "Monstrous" Symphony Darkens Chicago
MacMillan: US premiere of Clemency
Reich: Winnipeg Symphony Residency
Frank Schwemmer's Treasure Island youth opera in Zürich
Jenkins: Songs of the Earth Reaches American Shores
Anna Clyne: double concerto Prince of Clouds crosses US
Michel van der Aa: interview about Sunken Garden
Harrison Birtwistle's The Corridor receives U.S. Premiere in New York City
Carter: Instances in Seattle
Harrison Birtwistle: new violin concerto for Christian Tetzlaff
CMA Conference Wrap-up
Birtwistle: The Minotaur reviews and telecast
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
Andriessen: reviews of US premiere of La Commedia
Unsuk Chin: World Premiere of Graffiti in LA
Andriessen: interview about new monodrama Anaïs Nin
Mackey: One Red Rose to Receive World Premiere at Carnegie Hall
Andriessen: reviews of monodrama Anaïs Nin on tour
Mahler's Symphony No.7: full score published in the New Critical Edition
Prokofieff: new reduced version of The Fiery Angel
Boosey & Hawkes: On the Inside
Wynton Marsalis's Swing Symphony (Symphony No. 3) jumpstarts New York Philharmonic's 2010-11 Season
Drama Queens: Joyce DiDonato's regal arias from Baroque to Classical
Steven Lankenau and Eric M. Gewirtz to Lead Boosey & Hawkes Promotion Department
GRAMMY Audio Intervention: Play Me Something Good
Unsuk Chin: Dudamel tours new work Graffiti to London
Steven Mackey's It Is Time receives World Premiere with So Percussion
Exploring Claude Vivier: performances in London
Rautavaara's new cello concerto Towards the Horizon launches Minnesota Orchestra season
Christopher Rouse: Heimdall's Trumpet heralds Armageddon in Chicago
B&H Contemporary Archive series: scores now on sale
Jenkins: US Euphonium Concerto Premiere
Brett Dean: new choral works from birth to death
Benjamin Britten: a survey of the orchestral music
Enrico Chapela: electric cello concerto in Birmingham
Benjamin Britten: a survey of the vocal music
Machover: The Toronto Symphony Premieres A Toronto Symphony
Benjamin Britten: a survey of the concertos
Herbert Howells in the B&H Choral Treasury
Michel van der Aa wins Kagel Prize for multimedia works
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
Shostakovich's Orango restored to life in London
Britten 100: Friday Afternoons encourages young people to sing
John Adams's Music Stars with Tilda Swinton in I Am Love
Médée in award-winning Cherubini edition
Cleveland Orchestra to Give World Premiere of Sean Shepherd's Tuolumne
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
Louis Andriessen: Rosa's Horses gallop into Amsterdam
Carter & Daugherty: Two Flute Concertos Premiered
Mark Simpson wins Sky Arts bursary for new commission
Sebastian Currier at Vale of Glamorgan Festival
MacMillan choral music toured by The Sixteen
Brett Dean on The Last Days of Socrates
Benjamin Britten: new books published for the centenary
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
Mark-Anthony Turnage: interview about Hammered Out
Tod Machover: reviews of Death and the Powers in Monaco
Composer Jack Gottlieb celebrates his 80th Birthday
Britten's Gloriana in Hamburg and London
Alberto Ginastera: a survey of the concertos
Panufnik Centenary: Celebrating Around the World
John Adams and Anna Clyne Premieres in South America
In Conversation with Béla Fleck
B&H remembers Malcolm MacDonald (1948-2014)
Birtwistle and Maxwell Davies at 80: summer events
NY PHIL BIENNIAL Brings Contemporary Music to the Fore
Elena Kats-Chernin Puts the Saxophone on Display
Steve Reich at Miller Theatre
Ted Hearne Selected as Third Annual New Voices Composer
A New Concert Opener by Christopher Rouse
Unsuk Chin Highlighted at Miller Theatre
Sebastian Currier: 2014 Springs Ahead With Premieres and Performances
Boosey & Hawkes at the Movies
Fine and Panufnik Celebrate Centenaries in 2014
A Festival Honoring Louis Andriessen at 75
Dominick Argento's Edgar Allan Poe Arrives in Germany
The Rite of Spring Autograph Score
Elliott Carter Remembered
John Adams: Other Mary tours Europe on stage
Mark Anthony Turnage: premiere of orchestral Speranza
Elliott Carter's final works premiered in international tribute
Ginastera's opera Bomarzo returns to Buenos Aires
The Rite of Spring’s 100th Birthday
Boosey & Hawkes Composers Recognized for Artistic Accomplishments
Honoring Benjamin Britten at 100 across America
James MacMillan’s Piano Concerto No. 3 Travels Across the US
Steve Reich: WTC 9/11 and Mallet Quartet released by Nonesuch Records
Steve Reich: reviews of WTC 9/11 toured by Kronos Quartet
Harrison Birtwistle: Angel Fighter reviews from Leipzig
HK Gruber: Hardenberger gives UK premiere of Busking
Weinberger's Wallenstein returns to the opera stage
Turnage's Texan Tenebrae launches 50th birthday year
Mark-Anthony Turnage: inspired by Led Zeppelin
Unsuk Chin: reviews of new Cello Concerto at BBC Proms
Rautavaara: interview about new percussion concerto
Birtwistle: The Corridor reviews from premiere tour
Magnus Lindberg: interview about choral/orchestral GRAFFITI
Unsuk Chin: premiere recordings of Violin Concerto
Unsuk Chin: interview about Cello and Sheng Concertos
Prokofieff's Queen of Spades is heard again
Turnage meets Beckett: Five Views of a Mouth premiere
Harrison Birtwistle: recent stageworks travel in Europe
Argento, Brewbaker, Brunner at ACDA
Turnage: new song cycle on love at Wigmore Hall
Heiner Goebbels [Ricordi Berlin]: Songs of Wars I Have Seen
Mark-Anthony Turnage: reviews of Mambo, Blues & Tarantella
U.S. Premieres from Dusapin and Goebbels
Dusapin and Goebbels: Two Orchestral Premieres from European
Peter Eötvös and György Kurtág
Brett Dean wins 2009 Grawemeyer Award
Monk: "glorious" new Songs of Ascension
Mark-Anthony Turnage: Premieres in Toronto & St. Louis
Tod Machover: Skellig opera to premiere at The Sage
Harrison Birtwistle: Tree of Strings reviewed
Steven Mackey: new violin concerto for Leila Josefowicz
HK Gruber: reviews of Busking with Hardenberger
Rautavaara: Tapestry of Life premiere in New Zealand
Mark-Anthony Turnage's Three Asteroids Hits San Francisco
Louis Andriessen interview: creating La Commedia
Unsuk Chin's Rocaná a knockout premier
Birtwistle: interview explores new opera The Minotaur
Turnage: Bernard Haitink premieres Chicago Remains
Magnus Lindberg: Seht die Sonne reviews from Berlin
Unsuk Chin: Alice in Wonderland reviews from Munich
Turnage: Bernard Haitink to premiere Chicago Remains
Holloway: reviews of Fourth Concerto in San Francisco
Dean's violin concerto on Lost Art of Letter Writing
Turnage dance success in Chicago with From All Sides
Unsuk Chin interview about Alice in Wonderland opera
Midori premieres Rautavaara's Lost Landscapes
Brett Dean: Violin Concerto and Wolf-Lieder premieres
Jazz on Classical: Classical on Jazz
Andriessen's Vermeer Pictures: new orchestral suite
Reich: Daniel Variations reviews from London and New York
Lindberg's Violin Concerto: reviews from New York
Lindberg's Sculpture explores Gehry's architecture
Turnage: From the Wreckage travels with Hardenberger
Gruber's Nordwind: resounding success in Zürich
Birtwistle's Neruda Madrigales premiered at Aldeburgh
Rautavaara's Book of Visions premiered in Brussels
Brett Dean premieres Viola Concerto in London
Gruber interview: his new opera der herr nordwind
Rautavaara: first orchestral works under new B&H contract
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
Louis Andriessen interview on his new 'infernal tale'
Turnage interview: A Man Descending - A Relic of Memory - Scherzoid
Holloway orchestrates Debussy for San Francisco
Birtwistle's The Io Passion opens Aldeburgh Festival
Magnus Lindberg's Concerto for Orchestra reviewed
Birtwistle's Theseus Game: premieres reviewed
Turnage interview about new ensemble works
Turnage new works: first fruits of B&H agreement
Reich & Korot's Three Tales: on CD/DVD
Magnus Lindberg wins Wihuri Sibelius Prize
Steven Mackey featured composer at Holland Festival
Rattle premieres Gruber's Dancing in the Dark
Holloway gilds Bach: new Hyperion disc wins acclaim
Rautavaara signs new Boosey & Hawkes contract
Mark-Anthony Turnage signs with Boosey & Hawkes
Andriessen's La Passione premiered at South Bank Centre festival
Magnus Lindberg's new Clarinet Concerto sings around Europe
Andriessen interview on La Passione
Dean's Dispersal proves a powerful concert-opener
Machover's Toy Symphony: children meet technology
Lindberg premiere of Parada by Salonen
Birtwistle: Shadow of Night reviews
Tilson Thomas premieres Mackey's Pedal Tones (PDF)
Reich/Korot interview: Three Tales
B&H Welcomes Tod Machover - Toy Symphony premiere in 2002
Gruber interview about his new chamber concerto Timescapes
Brett Dean: a Pastoral Symphony for our time
Ginastera's Beatrix Cenci receives European premiere at Geneva Opera
Holloway's first Symphony premiered at BBC Proms
Brett Dean: Beggars and Angels premiered
Magnus Lindberg: Gran Duo premiered by Rattle
Brett Dean: new contract with B & H
Steven Mackey: new concertos premiered
HK Gruber: Aerial lift-off
Magnus Lindberg: performances of new Cello Concerto
Magnus Lindberg: Cantigas premiere in Cleveland
Birtwistle's The Woman and the Hare premiered
Birtwistle's Exody in Chicago and London
Magnus Lindberg: Fresco premiere in Los Angeles
Magnus Lindberg: Feria at BBC Proms and on disc
Bernstein's A Quiet Place Receives First Performance in 22 Years
Robin Holloway: new Reliquary revisits Schumann songs
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
Brett Dean: interview about new operatic Bliss
Kurt Schwertsik: Kafka Amerika ballet success in Linz
Michael Daugherty’s Mount Rushmore Premieres with the Pacific Symphony and Chorale
David Schotzko Appointed Director, Promotion and Steven Lankenau Associate Director, Promotion
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
York Höller wins 2010 Grawemeyer Award for Sphären
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
Offenbach Edition Keck celebrates ten years
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
MacMillan Choral Guide: performance tips and audio clips
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
Kurt Schwertsik: Fanferlizzy staged in Wuppertal
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
Schwertsik interview: new marimba and trumpet concertos
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
Lindberg: New York Philharmonic's Composer-in-Residence
John Adams: World Premiere of String Quartet
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 Signs Sebastian Currier
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
Hardenberger premieres Schwertsik's new Divertimento
Boosey & Hawkes signs composer Paquito D'Rivera
Bartók Connections and Panufnik Sampler Now Available!
Leonard Bernstein 90th Anniversary Celebration Begins
New Recordings in Fall 2007
Revitalized Boosey Website and Online Shop
B&H News Wire - Honors and Awards
Adams Doctor Atomic and A Flowering Tree
Kurt Schwertsik: new Divertimento for Hardenberger
Two New Symphonies from John Adams
Bartók Connections: new guide explores his works
ICE Plays Manoury at NYC's Spiegeltent
ICE Plays Manoury at NYC's Spiegeltent
Over 30 Premieres in the U.S. this Season (2007-08)
James MacMillan interview about new opera, The Sacrifice
Hill Honored by the Jazz Journalists Association
Boosey & Hawkes Signs Jazz Master Andrew Hill
Daugherty Receives duPont Award
Daugherty's Deus Ex Machina: musical world of trains
Andriessen archive acquired by Sacher Foundation
Steve Reich to Receive 2007 Polar Music Prize
Premieres of Rouse's Requiem and Wolf Rounds
B&H Contemporary Classical Composers on Jazz
B&H Announces Nominations for 49th Annual Grammy Award
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
Michael Daugherty signs with B&H (pdf)
Les Fées du Rhin: new Offenbach stage productions
Choral Music Experience Institute 2005
New book explores Andriessen's De Staat
Offenbach Edition Keck: 5 years on
OEK edition of La Vie parisienne wins top publishing prize
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
Schwertsik's opera on Fassbinder's Katzelmacher
MacMillan interview on Symphony No.3: 'Silence'
Karl Jenkins's Adiemus - new for brass and strings
Kurt Schwertsik bids Satie adieu
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
Offenbach: Les Fées du Rhin rediscovered
Andriessen CD-ROM now available
Olga Neuwirth: composer interview
Schwertsik: new trombone concerto in Minneapolis
New Boosey Woodwind and Brass Method
Birtwistle: The Last Supper's libretto explored
The Wind & Brass Method for a New Generation of Teachers
Andriessen: Rosa rides again, on new CD
Schwertsik's pocket cosmogeny in Vienna and on tour
James MacMillan: Interview about Parthenogenesis
Offenbach critical edition announced
Louis Andriessen: Writing to Vermeer reviews
Birtwistle in interview on The Last Supper
Schwertsik's Shrunken Symphony launches new millennium
Louis Andriessen: Interview on Writing to Vermeer

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