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Composer: Glass, Philip (b. 1937)

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Year of birth1937
NationalityUnited States
April 2019
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LondonPhilip Glass - the Bowie symphonies

© Johansen Krause
London Contemporary Orchestra; Robert Ames; Hugh Brunt; James McVinnie

BarcelonaIveta Apkalna: Organ works by Bach and Glass

Bach, Glass
Iveta Apkalna, Organ

Los AngelesIveta Apkalna

Widor, Gubaidulina, Glass, Kalējs, Vasks, Bach, Liszt
Iveta Apkalna, Organ

BarcelonaPhilip Glass: Works for piano

Simon Halsey; Philip Glass; Maki Namekawa; Anton Batagov; Orféo Català

BarcelonaSuzanne Vega & Collegium Vocale Gent: Einstein on the Beach

Glass: Einstein on the Beach
Georges-Elie Octors; Suzanne Vega; Collegium Vocale Gent; Ensemble Ictus
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Persistent: outstanding triple bill celebrates female choreographers

Irek Mukhamedov and Katja Khaniukova in Annabelle Lopez Ochoa's Broken Wings © Laurent Liotardo
She Persisted is the sequel to English National Ballet's She Said, a triple bill featuring work by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, Stina Quagebeur and Pina Bausch. 
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Kansas City Ballet's contemporary showcase

James Kirby Rogers in Men in Red © Brett Pruitt & East Market Studios
The seven world premieres all bore a certain unity, lacking and joy or wit, although Gary Abbott's Parallel Lives stands out.  
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Mesmerising Akhnaten returns to ENO

Anthony Roth Costanzo (Akhnaten) © Jane Hobson
Philip Glass' hypnotic opera returns in Phelim McDermott's outstanding production that respects the solemn, statuesque grandeur and epic ritual of the score. 
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Starman dimmed? Glass’ latest Bowie/Eno opus proves no Life on Mars

John Adams © Vern Evans
A rare misfire showcasing the music of minimalism’s all-stars. 
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Divine Geometry measures up under Kristjan Järvi

Kristjan Järvi and the London Symphony Orchestra © Mark Allan | Barbican
The LSO served up a lively programme of genre-defying UK premières at the Barbican. 
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