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  • Schwemmer: Die Schatzinsel
    Source: Opernhaus Zürich
    Trailer for Frank Schwemmers Die Schatzinsel (Treasure Island) in the production by Zurich Opera House (2012)
    Views: 5047
  • Kurt Schwertsik: Marimba Concerto
    Source: Scottish Ensemble
    Video podcast of Colin Currie rehearsing Kurt Schwertsik's marimba concerto Now you hear me, now you don't , premiered with the Scottish Ensemble in February 2009.
    Views: 20175
  • Schwertsik on Schwertsik
    Source: Boosey & Hawkes
    This interview with Kurt Schwertsik, filmed in Vienna, explores his musical development, his shift from Darmstadt back to tonality and his music's unique blend of melancholy and humour.
    Views: 30127
  • Seidler: Kater Moshe Trailer (dt.)
    Source: Chris Seidler
    Trailer zur Märchenoper "Kater Moshe und der Zauberbogen" (2011/16) von Chris Seidler
    Views: 3833
  • Seidler: Moshe Trailer (E)
    Source: Chris Seidler
    Trailer for Chris Seidler's fairytale oper "Moshe and the Magic Bow" (2011/16)
    Views: 3998
  • Shostakovich and Football: Escape to Freedom
    The Boosey & Hawkes staff football team celebrate the release of new book Shostakovich and Football: Escape to Freedom.
    Views: 274
  • Shostakovich Symphony No.10
    Source: London Symphony Orchestra
    Video interview with choreographer Royston Maldoom about Overture 2012, a major dance community project setting Shostakovich's Symphony No.10.
    Views: 6843
  • Die Frau Ohne Schatten at Netherlands Opera
    Source: The Netherlands Opera
    A sneak peek into the Netherlands Opera production of the Richard Strauss classic, Die Frau Ohne Schatten .
    Views: 6309
  • Richard Strauss: Salome
    Source: Opus Arte
    David McVicar’s powerful 2008 production of Oscar Wilde’s bible-based drama takes the controversially disturbing film Salò as its visual reference, setting it in a debauched palace in Nazi Germany. Strauss’s ravishing and voluptuous score adds to the sexual alchemy conjured by an international cast led by Nadja Michael in the title role.
    Views: 9859
  • Agon at the New York City Ballet
    NYC Ballet corps dancer Megan LeCrone talks about her special relationship with George Balanchine's Agon and why it's as radical today as when it premiered in 1957.
    Views: 8186
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