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Composer: Cerha, Friedrich (b. 1926)

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Year of birth1926
April 2018
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GrazHundert Jahre Österreich

© Werner Kmetitsch
Stolz, Korngold, Ullmann, Cerha, Haas

LinzMeister, Baráti / Cerha, Bartók, Zemlinsky

Cerha, Bartók, Zemlinsky
Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra; Cornelius Meister; Kristóf Baráti

PotsdamLetzte Worte: Sieben und andere

Lang, Bernhard, Cerha
Members of the Kammerakademie Potsdam; Agnes Heginger

OssiachSebastian Bru & Stefan Stroissnig

Schumann, Cerha, Glazunov, Paganini, Rachmaninov
Sebastian Bru; Stefan Stroissnig
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Shock of the new: Vienna RSO

Cornelius Meister © Marco Borggreve
Fingers and bows fluttered through dance-like figures and virtuosic passages packed with trills with astonishing clarity and brilliance.
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A Joyous Ninth from Alan Gilbert and the Gewandhaus

Alan Gilbert © BBC | Chris Christodoulou
Not everything worked in Gilbert's Beethoven Nine, but the stunning finale redeemed all.
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Liszt under inspection from Marino Formenti at the New York Phil Biennial

Marino Formenti © Gyula Fodor
Marino Formenti only briefly introduced his eclectic whirlwind recital, “Liszt Inspections”, before calling out “Good luck!” and diving into one of the most attention-grabbing sequences of music that I’ve ever witnessed.
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Salzburg Festival: Interstellar travels with Martin Grubinger and the Percussive Planet Ensemble

Martin Grubinger  ©  Felix Broede
The Percussive Planet Ensemble was founded seven years ago, when the then 22-year-old Martin Grubinger first performed his Percussive Planet (twelve percussion pieces from around the world) at the Beethoven Festival in Bonn.
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The Klangforum Wien bring depth to Cerha and Neuwirth

Klangforum Wien,  ©  Lukas Beck
The Klangforum Wien is such a disciplined ensemble that for them ever to be remotely fazed or challenged by a piece, even those works with Ferneyhough-like unfulfillable demands, is scarcely imaginable.
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