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Composer: Eisler, Hanns (1898-1962)

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Year of birth1898
Year of death1962
Period20th century
June 2019
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LondonWeimar Berlin: Cabaret

© Autumn de Wilde
Weill, Eisler, Krenek, Hindemith
Philharmonia Orchestra; Esa-Pekka Salonen; Audra McDonald

AmsterdamOlivia Vermeulen: 'Dirty Minds'

© Felix Broede
Mozart, Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Eisler, Wolf, Weill, Debussy, Berg, Schoenberg, Bolcom, Heggie
Olivia Vermeulen; Jan Philip Schulze

MontrealOSM Chorus Concert: Exile according to Brahms, Stravinsky and Britten

Eisler, Britten, Stravinsky, Hindemith, Brahms, Devaux, Tippett
Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal; Andrew Megill; OSM Chorus; Mária Budáčová

ViennaLiederabend: Von der Freundlichkeit der Welt

Eisler, Bruinier, Schoenberg
Anna Clare Hauf; Oskar Aichinger; Katharina Trost

LudwigsburgHanns Eisler: Ein deutsche Leben in Liedern

Holger Falk; Steffen Schleiermacher
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Keenlyside and Johnson: Liederabend in Vienna

Simon Keenlyside and Graham Johnson's concert at the Vienna Konzerthaus featured songs by Schoenberg and his pupil Hanns Eisler, as well as Britten, Wolf, Schubert and Brahms. These consummate artists made a difficult program seem easy to perform and even easier to listen to.
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Jazzy thrills: ACO Weimar cabaret evening with Barry Humphries and Meow Meow a delight

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Serially fascinating: Karim Said plays Schoenberg at The Rest is Noise

An International Piano Series event, Karim Said’s recital this Sunday was also part of the Southbank Centre’s Berlin in the ’20s and ’30s weekend, a mini-series within the larger series (super-series, perhaps) which is the year-long Rest is Noise festival. He presented a short series of works by Arnold Schoenberg and his composition students Anton von Webern and Hanns Eisler.
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A marvellous and disturbing Pierrot Lunaire from Stroma New Music Ensemble

The year 2012 marks the 100th birthday of Arnold Schoenberg’s seminal Dreimal sieben Gedichte aus Albert Girauds “Pierrot lunaire”, more commonly known as Pierrot lunaire. To celebrate this, Stroma New Music Ensemble engaged one of New Zealand’s foremost young singers for Pierrot, and prefaced it with two works by Schoenberg’s pupils.
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